WHEN Angela Merkel gave Boris Johnson 30 days to solve the Irish border issue, it looked like mission impossible.
“You’ll fail!” squealed the Brexit doom-mongers, as always.
Except Boris then produced a credible and workable solution.
But, guess what? The EU still won’t resume serious talks. Michel Barnier says we must “fundamentally amend” our position — and that WE will be to blame for a No Deal.
Nonsense. Blame will lie with the Remainer elite plotting to thwart Brexit — and the EU which has put its faith in them. As long as they scheme to keep us in, Brussels has no need to compromise.
Remainers are now so desperate they are reportedly even considering Ed Miliband, of all people, as PM of their bogus “Government” of Remainer unity.
What the voters want seems utterly irrelevant to this cabal threatening our democracy.
Barnier will only budge when he grasps that Britain is serious about Boris’s deal. That could yet come if it passes a Commons vote, as it now might.
The PM has more support in the Commons than Remainers think — and, as polls show, vastly more among the public.
When Remainers say “no one voted for No Deal”, they are in denial about the millions now wanting just to get Brexit done whatever it takes.
FOR years he’s lectured us all about having too little money to fight knife crime.
But could it be that London Mayor Sadiq Khan spent it all on meaningless initiatives?
Take the results from his Online Hate Crime Hub. His so-called “Twitter squad” was given £1.7million of public funds to tackle social media abuse.
The result? Six internet trolls brought to justice — none jailed.
City Hall dealt with two cases a day — with a team of five Scotland Yard officers, one a detective.
What a fiasco.
A thin idea
OUR obesity crisis has reached shocking levels.
A Sun investigation has uncovered that record numbers of kids need critical NHS treatment for fat-related conditions such as Type 2 diabetes.
Medical busybodies have jumped on it — any excuse to promote the regressive sugar tax. Ex-Government advisor Dame Sally Davies wants it expanded.
But the sugar tax does only one thing - makes shopping more expensive, particularly for the poor. There is no evidence it’s making anyone less obese.
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The answer to that is far simpler and lies in the hands of parents and schools:
Children should eat less, exercise more — and be taught early on how essential a healthy diet is.
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