Fix this now
RISHI Sunak’s government will not be judged by its personalities but by its results. The Prime Minister had better pray that his new team can deliver.
His two big decisions yesterday were highly controversial.
We understand that sacked Home Secretary Suella Braverman has become a loose cannon for No 10.
But her bluntness, particularly towards small boat people and the weak monitoring of hate marches, spoke for millions. . . although perhaps she was better at highlighting problems than solving them.
David Cameron, on the other hand, could be a decent foreign secretary.
His stunning return may even remind some swing voters why they gave his Tories a majority in 2015.
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It is likely to remind others, particularly in Red Wall seats, why they supported Brexit as opposed to his Remain campaign.
However, we doubt that many people care very much who holds which cabinet position. They are fed up with the Tory soap opera. They just want our biggest problems solved.
They want the cost of living and the highest tax burden in 70 years to be reduced. NHS waiting lists reduced. Illegal immigration was stopped under all circumstances.
They want the government to restore law and order, fight back against a wave of uncertainty and put an end to the vile anti-Semitism rife in the Palestine marches.
We wish the new team good luck. You have a mountain to climb and you only have a short amount of time.
Collapse of the EU
WHAT is it about the EU Remain project that die-hards still admire?
It cannot be due to dwindling economic power. His growth is as feeble as ours. His former powerhouse Germany is a hopeless case.
Now “freedom of movement”, the utopian dream of the left-wing liberals, is also failing.
Eleven countries have set up borders to combat out-of-control immigration and the increasing threat of terrorism. And voters are increasingly leaning to the right.
What’s left for the Remainiacs who still claim, without substance, that Brexit is “a catastrophe”?
It’s all just sad, misty-eyed nostalgia – and a petulant desire to make up for the defeat they’ll never get over.
Legend at rest
A HUGE turnout of football royalty, real life royalty and thousands of fans tells its own story.
We can argue about whether Sir Bobby Charlton was the greatest English player of all time, although he probably was. There is no doubt that he was the most loved.
Sir Bobby was a World Cup and European Cup winner – and England’s third highest goalscorer. But he was also a perfect role model. . . humble, thoughtful and decent. An icon and inspiration for generations of Man Utd players.
His moving funeral made him proud.
RIP Sir Bobby. You were a legend as a player – and as a man.