Have the fruitcakes taken over the Tory asylum? Frank McKenna reflects on two Conservative conferences that took place this week.
Jim is not convinced by Boris Johnson’s Partygate evidence, but doesn’t rule out Tory MPs saving his career. He also asks if Republicans could undermine Ukraine’s war effort.
Frank McKenna reflects on Rishi Sunak’s ‘Windsor Agreement’ – and the potential impact it has on the wider UKs future relationship with the EU.
In his latest blog, Frank McKenna explains why it would be good for the Tory Party if they lost the next General Election.
Matt Hancock is off to eat Kangaroos testicles. Frank McKenna explains why he doesn’t care…
What is Boris Johnson’s legacy? Frank McKenna offers a scathing assessment of BJs time in office.
This week, Frank McKenna blogs about Boris Johnson’s non-resignation resignation!
Jim doesn’t pull his punches in calling the departing Prime Minister, the worst in our history. He reviews his controversial career and ends with a warning that the political drama may not be over as we wait for the Durham police’s decision on Sir Keir Starmer and his deputy.
With the Governor of the Bank of England predicting a recession, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine smashing the ‘peace dividend’ and the prime minister indulging in economic Cake-ism, does the government have a plan to grow the economy? Frank McKenna suggests tax -cutting may be the way to go.
If the PM has any chance of survival, he’ll have to become a Conservative. Frank McKenna’s latest blog focusses on the trials and tribulations of Boris Johnson.
Jim thinks the Prime Minister is showing European leadership on Ukraine but pettiness on Brexit. He also includes a comprehensive reflection on the local election results in the North West.
The lack of an obvious successor is a poor reason for the Prime Minister to hang on, argues Jim in his latest blog. He suggests it is all a part of a lowering of standards in public and private life.