Serial liar Boris Johnson can have no complaints when voters don’t believe the NHS is safe in his Tory hands quite simply because it isn’t.
A Tory Prime Minister without values or morals, an untrustworthy egotist who does whatever he calculates is best for himself at any given moment, would gift-wrap the NHS for Donald Trump if it secured a Brexit trade deal.
Britain will be in a weak negotiating position as a relative minnow outside Europe up against the US shark, Trump’s “America First” mantra relegating Britain’s interests to a poor second at best.
The NHS is our precious public service, not Johnson’s or Trump’s, and we’ll fight to the end to keep it owned and run by Great Britain.
We trade now with the US.
There’s no need to surrender the NHS for what would be a worse deal.
Leader dead but challenges still exists
The world’s a safer place without mass murdering terrorist leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, killed by US special forces in a raid on his Syrian supposedly safe house.
Detonating a suicide vest to take his own life and those of three of his own children, according to US reports, was al-Baghdadi callously showing no mercy to the very end.
Islamic State and its medieval violent ideology isn’t vanquished, Donald Trump blindly giving the jihadists a boost by giving Turkey the green light to ethnically cleanse Kurds when he withdrew US forces.
But it’s leader dead, like al Qaeda’s Osama bin Laden before him, is a significant blow.
The challenge is to end the bloodshed, establish a peace and stop the Middle East, or anywhere else for that matter, being a breeding ground for hate-filled extremists.
Good luck to the Royal British Legion in its campaign to persuade the public, particularly the young, to put down smartphones during the two-minute silence on Remembrance Sunday.
If it works, perhaps the organisation could let mums and dads into the secret so they can do the same trick for the other 364 days of the year.
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