We predicted Remoaners would rubbish historic CPTPP breakthrough — they have
Bloc head BBC
ANY fair-minded person would welcome or even celebrate Britain joining a massive free-trade bloc with a GDP of £11trillion. It is, objectively, good for our country.
But we predicted Remoaners would rubbish the historic CPTPP breakthrough and they have.
At Remoaner Central, the BBC, they spent today sneering on all platforms.
Again and again they trotted out an out-of-date Government estimate for what it might add to our wealth, implying it was a paltry substitute for their beloved EU. This is bone-headedly dim.
This Pacific bloc already rivals the EU for size and is predicted in the end to dwarf it.
Its potential is truly vast and Brexit Britain is now a major player in it.
Remoanerism, though, is a religion in which believers who once barely gave the EU a moment’s thought now worship it.
They misrepresent or ignore disagreeable facts. They blindly attack, like infected zombies, any Brexit wins or threats to their dream of rejoining.
It is outrageous our state broadcaster is part of this blinkered cult — and every TV owner forced by law to fund it.
No go, Nato
IMAGINE the uncontrollable mirth in Beijing and Moscow if the defence of the West and the freedoms we cherish is handed to Ursula von der Leyen.
Could there be a worse person to run Nato than the EU chief who embodies the phrase “failing upwards”?
Consider her disastrous years in charge of Germany’s defence. At one point her skint forces, lacking guns, were sent on exercise with painted sticks.
Inept and wildly unpopular, she was the natural choice to replace the sozzled clown Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels.
There, she secured Covid jabs months too late, prioritising EU solidarity over saving lives.
Then she picked fights with Britain out of Brexit derangement and a naked envy of our successful rollout.
What has she ever succeeded at, beyond career advancement?
How can she possibly run the planet’s most vital military alliance?
Tax folly day
HOW apt that on April Fool’s Day we should be clobbered by the biggest tax burden in living memory.
We know Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is desperate to balance the books post-Covid.
But it is certainly foolish to expect our economy to revive with the suffocating grip of tax rises round its throat.
Millions of us will be battered from all sides today — with stealth taxes on income and higher council tax on top of rampant inflation.
And big firms are bound to hike prices further to make up for the ill-judged corporation tax rise.
Mr Hunt must decide that today marks the peak. That taxes must now fall.
He will truly be a fool not to.
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