Sack Sleazy Lord Sewel
In an excellent expose by the Sun, debauched drug taker and prostitute fancier Lord Sewel is under pressure to resign or be sacked from the House of Lords. Sewel has already resigned from his role of Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords and has been referred to the police.
Now there is a growing attempt to have sleazy Sewel resign his position or sack him from the Lords using the House of Lords (Suspension and Expulsion) Act 2015. This law ironically gained passage with the help of Lord Sewel. Under both scenarios this would end Lord Sewel’s otherwise successful political career. As the late Enoch Powell said “all political careers end in failure”…
Leading the charge is the Labour MP John Mann who said "He is a disgrace. He should retire and resign immediately … A lifetime ban would be the [standards] committee's only option. He needs to save them and himself further embarrassment and go now." The Daily Mail is also launching a campaign to ‘kick out the cocaine peer’.
Lord Sewel is no friend of the Conservatives describing David Cameron as "the most facile, superficial prime minister there's ever been", and Boris Johnson as "a joke". Get him out …
TODAY AT CWF
Why we need to keep an eye on the Liberal Democrats - When the Liberal Democrats elected Tim Farron, the party’s former president and MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale, the story pretty much died out the next day.
Sadiq Khan fails to condemn Anjem Choudary rally in constituency - Labour Mayoral hopeful and MP for Tooting, Sadiq Khan, has repeatedly failed over the weekend to condemn a rally by Islamic hate preacher Anjem Choudary outside Tooting Broadway station. Khan has remained oddly silent while terrorist apologist Choudary declared 'Islam is Superior' to all religions and that all Muslims should not vote.
Watch – The BBC conducted a panel discussion about PM Ted Heath with Ken Clarke, Lord Donoughue, and Prof. Time Bale. This is certainly worth a watch.
3) In defence of Boris Johnson’s water cannon – The Spectator
5) Britain’s challenges on the global stage – The Telegraph
FROM THE ARCHIVES
On this day, 27th July, in 1663 the Second Navigation Act was passed by the English Parliament. You may think of England’s early empire was a bastion of free trade but you would be wrong. The Navigation Act required all traded goods from English colonies to pass through England so merchants paid more tariffs. This ‘mercantilist’ economy was believed to increase wealth, but it obviously didn’t. It wasn’t till the Dutch beat England in 1667 that these repressive laws started to come to an end. God bless those freedom loving Hollanders …
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