Fast Forward! : Reprehensible Sewel Resigns

Reprehensible Sewel Resigns

Sleazy Sewel has finally caved into public pressure and resigned from being a member of the House of Lords. Sewell said in a statement ‘I hope my decision will limit and help repair the damage I have done to an institution I hold dear. Finally, I want to apologise for the pain and embarrassment I have caused.’ The Sun is practically frothing at the mouth this morning …


After having a go at the David Cameron before this whole ghastly affair began, I’m sure the PM took some pleasure in condemning Lord Sewel’s disgraceful actions. Yesterday Cameron said “these are very serious allegations … I'm sure further questions will be asked about whether it is appropriate to have someone legislating and acting in the House of Lords if they have genuinely behaved in this way." Don’t mess with the Prime Minister …

As Guido Fawkes reported yesterday evening the police are investigating the criminality of the member of disrepute’s actions. But it is up to the Palace now of whether to remove Sewel’s title from him. What does her Majesty think about all these cocaine parties, hookers, and bras?



I’m a member of #‎ToriesAgainstCorbyn – and you should be too - With each passing day, the likelihood of Jeremy Corbyn being elected Labour leader becomes yet greater.  And with the chance of the unreconstructed Marxist dinosaur becoming Leader of the Opposition rising, the spirits of Conservatives everywhere have risen too.

Victory: Sadiq caves under pressure - CWF has scored a big victory today in getting Labour MP Sadiq Khan, after three days of pressure, to finally condemn Anjem Choudary's Islamist rally outside of Tooting Broadway station.



Survey - Take the Conservative Home Survey. This month they are asking about Syria as well as the usual views on the Cabinet etc. .



1)      Aspiring politicians should defy the new puritanism and keep their online history – Conservative Home

2)      George Osborne becomes favourite for Conservative leadership, knocking Boris Johnson into second place – City A.M.

3)      They can’t be serious: PM says Labour don’t seem interested in changing – Sun Nation

4)      What Texas revealed about predicting voter behaviour – Campaigns and Elections

5)      Will George Osborne’s deal with the EU amount to much? - CapX



On this day, 28th July, 1794 the architect of the Terror in Revolutionary France, Robespierre himself, is guillotined. So ended the most deadly, destructive, and left-wing art of the French Revolution. Just imagine what will happen if Jeremy Corbyn comes to power …