Sunday 31 March 2019


The pro-Brexit no deal petition launched on Parliament's website has now breached the 100,000 threshold required for it to be considered for a debate.  We need to get this petition up to a million very quickly.  Why?  Because when the famous "Revoke Article 50" petition reached a million signatures the media circus swung into action.  In fact some news outlets started pushing it as a story before it reached a million.  If there is a blanket media silence on a pro-Brexit petition at the same stage, then the bias will be clear for all to see.

Please sign, share and make aware!


They not only attended the Loser's March, they posed for photos, tweeted updates and - in the case of Tom Watson and Jess Phillips - addressed the crowd.  They are all truly shameless individuals.  A BTLP original, this has been shared 881 times via the Facebook page.

For the full list of the MPs that attended the march please click here.


In Brexit betrayal week there were a number of votes in the Commons, each one returning a result that mocked the Leave mandate and opened our nation up to even more ridicule.  Labour MPs, along with a handful of Tory collaborators, have turned Great Britain into the laughing stock of the world.  Never forget that, especially come the next election.

The first key vote was largely overlooked by what followed, but it was eminently more crucial than the pathetic 'indicative votes'.  It was the vote to cancel Brexit Day - the 29th of March - and extend Article 50 to April 12th (if May's deal rejected) or May 22nd if her deal passed.  Disgracefully, the motion was passed by a huge majority of 334.  Only 105 opposed it - 93 Tories, all 10 DUP and 2 Labour.

OK, so let's see which Labour MPs supported Brexit this week.  Please note, it's a lot quicker than doing it the other way around!

Extend the withdrawal date to April 12th or May 22nd

Ronnie Campbell
Kate Hoey

230 Labour MPs supported the extension

Indicative vote:  Leave the EU with no deal on April 12th

Ronnie Campbell
Kate Hoey
Dennis Skinner

237 Labour MPs opposed leaving with no deal

Indicative vote:  Revoke Article 50 in the event of no deal

Kevin Barron
Ronnie Campbell
Sarah Champion
Rosie Cooper
Jon Cruddas
Jim Cunningham
Caroline Flint
Stephen Hepburn
Kate Hoey
Helen Jones
Ian Lucas
John Mann
Gordon Marsden
Grahame Morris
Toby Perkins
Geoffrey Robinson
Dennis Skinner
Ruth Smeeth
Gareth Snell
John Spellar
Graham Stringer
Derek Twigg

111 Labour MPs supported revocation

Indicative vote:  A public vote to be held on any deal passed by Parliament

Kevin Barron
Ronnie Campbell
Sarah Champion
Rosie Cooper
Jon Cruddas
Jim Fitzpatrick
Caroline Flint
Yvonne Fovargue
Stephen Hepburn
Mike Hill
Kate Hoey
Dan Jarvis
Helen Jones
Kevan Jones
Emma Lewell-Buck
Justin Madders
John Mann
Grahame Morris
Melanie Onn
Stephanie Peacock
Dennis Skinner
Ruth Smeeth
Laura Smith
Gareth Snell
John Spellar
Graham Stringer
Derek Twigg

198 Labour MPs supported a second referendum

Note that Stephen Hepburn, who had previously supported Brexit in all of this month's votes, opposed leaving with no deal.  This left Kate Hoey as the only Labour MP that has consistently supported Brexit throughout the process.

In the Labour party, Brexit is for the few - not the many.

Saturday 30 March 2019


Chuka's Independent Group are well aware of what's going to happen next with the Brexit process.  That's why they've announced they're finally registering as a political party with the Electoral Commission - in preparation to contest the European Elections in May.  The party name will be 'Change UK', even though there is nothing to 'change' at the moment as Britain appears to be remaining in the EU for the foreseeable future.  However, there will be a significant changes ahead if and when the quitters contest a general election - zero MPs for Change UK.

A very cosy looking announcement was made by Chuka and newly announced 'interim party leader' Heidi Allen...


A third defeat must surely have killed off May's deal, but no.  There are already reports she is preparing to submit it to Parliament a FOURTH vote in a desperate attempt to stave off a long extension that she knows will almost certainly signal the end of Brexit.  This is beyond embarrassing and she, aided by MPs, has made this country a laughing stock.  So what hope is there for the Leave mandate to be fulfilled?  With May as Prime Minister it appears to be precisely zero.

In responding to her latest defeat May pretty much committed us to the dreaded 'long extension' and once again ruled out no deal.  The EU, rubbing its hands with glee at the prospect, immediately scheduled a summit for April 10th, two days before the next scheduled departure.  This is where the 'long extension' will pass and Brexit will be effectively kicked into the dirt for good.  Democracy died on 'Brexit Day' - killed by hundreds of contemptuous MPs on all sides, killed by cowardly two-faced Corbyn and his party of Remainers and killed by Remain facilitators such as May and Bercow.

May could have easily got us out of the EU, on time with no deal.  She's not interested in that option and quite simply it is her deal or no Brexit.  We know that now, she's staked her leadership on it and effectively killed Brexit.  The mandate given to Parliament can no longer be achieved with her in Number Ten.  She has to go, otherwise there is just no hope.

Friday 29 March 2019


On #BrexitBetrayalDay some of the left-leaning rags have barely mentioned it on their front pages (the Mirror and the Metro for example), while others have used their front pages to desperately urge MPs to back May's deal (the Daily Mail and the Sun).

The Daily Express is the pick...

Thursday 28 March 2019


Drunk Steve confronted Tory Brexiteer Mark Francois this morning and followed him down the street.  Francois gave as good as he got.


MPs had spent months hammering the government over failing to forge a decision on Brexit.  Last week MPs voted to 'take control' of proceedings and last night they reached a decision themselves - on absolutely nothing.  Eight times they voted and eight times they failed to reach a majority.

Today's Guardian front page headline summed up the latest farce perfectly...


Melanie Onn has resigned from Labour's front bench in order to defy a three line whip on voting for a second EU referendum.  The (now) former Shadow Minister for Housing represents Great Grimsby, one of the most pro-Leave constituencies in 2016 with a whopping 71%.  Melanie's majority in Grimsby was almost halved between 2015 and 2017, so in voting against the second referendum she clearly has an eye on safeguarding her seat.

Melanie Onn refused to back a second referendum

Three other front benchers abstained from the vote - Andrew Gwynne, Ian Lavery and Jon Trickett.  A number of backbench Labour MPs also rebelled or abstained.  It seems that the so-called 'People's Vote' is going to cause some grief for the party in the weeks ahead.

Wednesday 27 March 2019


Remoaner Alastair Campbell has tweeted a list of Labour MPs who either voted against or abstained on the second referendum option tonight.  Presumably this is a call to action for Remainers to lobby (and harass) these MPs...


The Provisional IRA killed a young British Army officer in a landmine attack.  A two-vehicle army patrol was travelling along the A5 towards their base in Omagh, Co Tyrone, when the 500lb device was detonated.  Second Lieutenant Andrew Somerville was in the turret of the lead vehicle, a Ferret armoured car.  He was killed almost immediately, while the driver escaped with minor injuries.

The huge device had been concealed in a concrete pipe that ran underneath the road.  The driver in the second vehicle said the crater left by the explosion stretched across the road.

Lt Somerville was 20-years-old and serving with the 16/5 Lancers.  He came from Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire.

A Ferret armoured car like the one Lt Somerville was travelling in

Tuesday 26 March 2019


Barmy Ben Bradshaw is a remoaner MP who has literally been driven mad by Brexit.  He first raised his Russian conspiracy theory in Parliament two years ago and has been bleating about it ever since.  Crucially he got one simple fact horribly wrong from the beginning - none of it was proven.  Now that Robert Mueller has finally issued his report on alleged Russian interference Ben Bradshaw has gone deafeningly quiet.  Some of Ben's crazed ramblings from the last two years can be seen in the compilation video below...

Unfortunately no-one has ever heard of Ben Bradshaw in the United States, so there was no room for him in the following video, but we'd like to dedicate this one to you Ben...


Brexiteer Kate Hoey managed to draw out a cracking soundbite from Remain facilitator John Bercow yesterday.  The Labour MP's coy question got an admission from the Speaker than EU law "trumps" UK law, nothing particularly newsworthy there, but coming straight from the horse's mouth she knew it would be replayed a thousand times.  Enjoy...


MPs have voted to 'take control' of Brexit, a worrying development indeed when considering most of them want to stop it.  Only eight Labour MPs voted with the government on the latest amendment.  It was largely a case of the usual suspects;

Kevin Barron
Ronnie Campbell
Rosie Cooper
Caroline Flint
Stephen Hepburn
Kate Hoey
John Mann
Graham Stringer

Rosie Cooper hasn't been particularly supportive of Brexit in the past, but she did reject the second referendum amendment earlier this month.  It's highly unlikely we'll see many more Labour MPs suddenly find a conscience, but we live in hope.  The independents that voted with the government included former Labour MPs Frank Field and Ian Austin.

If you want an indication of how bad this vote was for Brexit, look no further than the reaction from leading EU federalist nutcase Guy Verhoftwat...


The final proof that Diane Abbott was lying about her version of the egging incident has been revealed.  CCTV footage from inside the mosque shows the moment John Murphy got up from his chair and slapped the egg on Corbyn's head.  It directly contradicts Diane's assertion that he "punched Jeremy very hard".  Look closely...

If you watch Murphy's hand as he pulls back you can see that it is open.  We knew this all along, because to plant an egg on someone's head requires a palm, not a fist.  In fact the only person that gets punched during this incident appears to be Murphy himself, by the small Muslim lady in the hi-vis jacket!

Monday 25 March 2019


The Remain media bias exposed itself today in two ways.  Firstly, there was the revelation that - shock, horror, wait for it - there weren't actually a million remoaners on the march on Saturday.  The 'one million' figure has featured in headlines across the media since Saturday, but a more honest estimate has now been independently reached and it's more like 350,000.  Not surprisingly this revelation has been carried by approximately zero news outlets, therefore leaving the public not only misinformed, but cynically disinformed.

The second case of Remain bias relates to the conviction of John Murphy, the man who squished an egg on Corbyn's head.  Just look at the headlines below, can you see a pattern?

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It's almost as if the press wants everyone to know it was a "Brexiteer" what did it!  Imagine if a Remainer had done it?  Such is the biased narrative at the moment one wonders if it would even merit a headline.


Geraint Davies is the Labour MP for Swansea West.  He's a hardcore remoaner who promotes Project Fear scare stories and recently defied party whips to back the second referendum amendment.  On Saturday he was a surprise absence from the Loser's March, but his Twitter account was busy and shortly after 3pm he issued this beauty...

It's an astonishing tweet.  Firstly, the march was anything but democratic.  It's sole purpose was to instigate the reversal of a democratic vote - the Leave vote of June 2016.  Secondly, his reference to a "fascist state" was something that you'd expect to find on the pages of some obscure Marxist publication, not attributed to a Member of Parliament.  In any case, surely the only people that could be described as 'fascists' were those marching to overturn a democratic decision!


John Murphy, the man who squashed an egg on Corbyn's head earlier this month, has received a 28 day prison sentence for assault.  The 31-year-old from Barnet pleaded guilty at Westminster Magistrate's Court today and was told that an example would be made of him as "attacks on MPs must stop".  It was an egg, not a grenade for goodness sake!

Mr Murphy was frustrated at Labour's recent Brexit policy u-turn and shouted "Respect the vote" as he egged the Great Leader.  Corbyn appeared at the hearing and laid it on thick saying: "The assault was completely unprovoked and threatening".  Apparently poor Jezza was left with a 'red mark'.

Diane Abbott was not at the hearing, despite being a witness and her previous assertion that Corbyn was 'punched'.  The word 'punch' was not mentioned during today's hearing, as we all know you cannot egg someone and punch them simultaneously with the same hand!

If sentencing and punishment is consistent then Murphy will be out in two weeks.  We'll leave the final word up to Diane...

Sunday 24 March 2019


George Galloway nails it.


As the fallout from yesterday's big Loser's March continues, this BTLP original is still live and has been shared 3,228 times at the time of writing.  The 'revoke Article 50' petition is approaching 5 million signatures, but this will drop off as soon as the media stops pushing it down everyone's throats.  Pretty meaningless anyway, unless we are expected to accept the opinions of signatories from Afghanistan to Zanzibar over eligible British voters.

PS. Looking at old Vince Cable loitering behind Sadiq Khan makes you wonder if he got any abuse from the spiteful remoaners.  He's about as 'gammon' as they come (and no-one knows who he is).


Apparently some sections of the Loser's March today were singing "Where's Jeremy Corbyn" as opposed to "Oh Jeremy Corbyn".  This was in response to the notable absence of said Great Leader (and lifelong Eurosceptic).  He was in Lancashire.  His deputy Tom Watson was at the march, but there weren't many other frontbenchers in attendance - if any, in fact.  Nope, not even Keir Starmer.  There were plenty of backbench MPs present though and here's our list of the traitors on show...

Stella Creasy (Lab, Walthamstow) - gave an interview in which she defended her presence and outrageously claimed that she "absolutely respected how people voted in 2016".  The balls on that woman!
Alison McGovern (Lab, Wirral South)
Rachael Maskell (Lab, York Central)
Chi Onwurah (Lab, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Central)
Kevin Brennan (Lab, Cardiff West)
Stephen Doughty (Lab, Cardiff South & Penarth)
Anna McMorrin (Lab, Cardiff North)
Jo Stevens (Lab, Cardiff Central)

All four Cardiff MPs - Brennan, Doughty, McMorrin & Stevens (plus Owen Smith photobombing)

Phil Wilson (Lab, Sedgefield) - Tony Blair's successor, ironically his constituency returned a 59% Leave vote.
Ian Murray (Lab, Edinburgh South)
Stephen Morgan (Lab, Portsmouth South) - his constituency returned a 52% Leave vote.
Owen Smith (Lab, Pontypridd)
Chris Bryant (Lab, Rhondda) - Captain Underpants was there, despite his recent cancer diagnosis.  Rhondda returned a 60% Leave vote.
Peter Kyle (Lab, Hove)

Chris Bryant, Peter Kyle and Owen Smith

Meg Hillier (Lab, Hackney South & Shoreditch)
Siobhain McDonagh (Lab, Mitcham & Morden)
Catherine West (Lab, Hornsey & Wood Green)
Clive Lewis (Lab, Norwich South)
Kate Osamor (Lab, Edmonton)
Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Lab, Brighton Kemptown) - attended despite his 'ordeal' on Thursday!

Kate Osamor (second from left), Clive Lewis & Lloyd Russell-Wotsit

Neil Coyle (Lab, Bermondsey & Old Southwark)
Janet Daby (Lab, Lewisham East)
Alex Sobel (Lab, Leeds North West)
Daniel Zeichner (Lab, Cambridge)
Susan Elan Jones (Lab, Clwyd South) - her constituency returned a 60% Leave vote.
Chris Elmore (Lab, Ogmore) - his constituency returned a 59% Leave vote.
Mary Creagh (Lab, Wakefield) - her constituency returned a whopping 63% Leave vote.

Mary Creagh managed to find someone even more odious than herself - James O'Brien

Liz Kendall (Lab, Leicester West) - her constituency returned a 51% Leave vote.
Wes Streeting (Lab, Ilford North) - his constituency returned a 53% Leave vote.
Barry Sheerman (Lab, Huddersfield) - his constituency returned a 52% Leave vote.
Steve Reed (Lab, Croydon North)
Rosie Duffield (Lab, Canterbury)
Dave Lammy (Lab, Tottenham)

Two politicians who despise our country - Nicola Sturgeon & Dave Lammy

Rosena Allin-Khan (Lab, Tooting)
Gareth Thomas (Lab, Harrow West)
Marsha de Cordova (Lab, Battersea) - a pleasant surprise while we were compiling this list, she follows us on Twitter!
Catherine McKinnell (Lab, Newcastle-upon-Tyne North) - her constituency returned a 57% Leave vote.
Tom Watson (Lab, West Bromwich East) - one of the main speakers, Tom's constituency returned a huge 68% Leave vote.
Jess Phillips (Lab, Birmingham Yardley) - fake feminist Jess took the stage with Tory MP Dominic Grieve.  Her constituency returned a 60% Leave vote.

Jess Phillips didn't look very comfortable sharing the stage with Tory MP Dominic Grieve

Dominic Grieve (Con, Beaconsfield) - shared the stage with Labour's Jess Phillips.

Ian Blackford (SNP, Ross, Skye & Lochaber) - the only SNP MP at the march?  Seriously?  Nicola Sturgeon clearly isn't the big draw she once was.

Caroline Lucas (Green, Brighton Pavilion)

Vince Cable (Lib-Dem, Twickenham)
Jo Swinson (Lib-Dem, East Dunbartonshire)

Heidi Allen (TIG, South Cambridgeshire)
Mike Gapes (TIG, Ilford South)
Chris Leslie (TIG, Nottingham East)
Gavin Shuker (TIG, Luton North) - his constituency returned a 59% Leave vote.
Angela Smith (TIG, Peniston & Stocksbridge) - her constituency returned a 61% Leave vote.
Anna Soubry (TIG, Broxtowe) - her constituency returned a 53% Leave vote.
Chuka Umunna (TIG, Streatham)
Sarah Wollaston (TIG, Totnes) - her constituency returned a 54% Leave vote.

TIG MPs Umunna, Soubry, Shuker, Gapes, Leslie and Wollaston (Heidi Allen & Angela Smith not in photo)

We tried to make this list as comprehensive as possible, but if we've missed anyone out please put in the comments below.


As the limp-wristed left marched in their thousands in London, the Great Leader was nowhere to be seen.  Perhaps it was no surprise for a lifelong EU critic, but Jezza had got himself as far away as possible.  Despite being a London MP, he made a 250-mile-plus trip to canvass in Leave-voting Morecambe, Lancashire, on the day of the march.  Here's the tweet to prove it...

Canvassing traditional Labour voters eh, Jez?

Saturday 23 March 2019


This week we've seen the MP for Brighton Kemptown all over the news after a Leave voter harassed him in the street.  We've also seen a pro-Brexit activist in court for harassing Anna Soubry (again, all over the news).  No such news splashes for Stephanie Peacock, Labour MP for Barnsley.

You may recall she resigned from the front bench a couple of weeks ago in order to vote against a second referendum.  Yesterday she found herself on the receiving end of harassment - Remain style - and a media blackout despite her tweet...

We've never heard of "Our Future, Our Choice", but they're clearly well funded and they don't like Labour MPs who stray from the Remain narrative, regardless of the whopping 71% Leave vote in Steph's Barnsley East constituency.


Diane's local party appeared to be out in force at the Loser's March today, but no sign of the Abbott...

Her own Twitter account has been unusually quiet today and not a hint of support for the Losers.  Hope she is alright.


We put YouTube on the back burner for a while, but now Richey has left his job we'll put some more effort into it.  For the time being we'll be doing mainly compilation videos as we don't have tech for much else.  Subscribers welcome here.  A major remoan compilation will be uploaded in the next day or two, meanwhile here's our latest offering below...


What a lovely photo.  A young lady, her baby and a big dog (for man points), you just couldn't ask for more in a photo opportunity.  It's got it all.

Except it wasn't quite as simple as that (is it ever for comrade Corbyn?)

Now a German Shepherd can be a handful, especially if you're not used to handling them...

Except in these photos the dog is just sitting there.  What a muppet (the twat with the lead, not the dog).

Corbyn was speaking to local people after attending the funeral of his colleague Paul Flynn.  One witness told The Sun:  "He was in a dreadful muddle".  That is a sentence that could easily sum up his flip-flopping Brexit position!

Friday 22 March 2019


The bitterness and hate spewed forth by Remainers online barely gets noticed in the mainstream media.  To publicise it would detract from the narrative that only Brexiteers are capable of such bile.  This week various celebs, most notably Hugh Grant, used their lofty positions to try and overturn the referendum result, labeling Leave voters 'insane'.  Of course there were no howls from the establishment about it, with the exception of populist Piers Morgan...

No-one is exempt from the spite, not even the dead.  Wonder if they'll actually be selling these tea towels at tomorrow's 'Stop Brexit' march in London...

Remoaners have hit out at dead people before, they even set up a website called 'Deatherendum' in celebration of elderly Leave voters dying off.  Type this into Google and you'll only get one news report about this site, courtesy of the Evening Standard.  And even this report spun the story in such a way that the website had to be taken down because of 'horrific abuse' (at the hands of Brexiteers, naturally).

The bias is shocking.


Earlier this week an important hearing took place in the High Court.  A legal challenge had been mounted against the government's plans to make ID a requirement at the ballot box.  Fortunately the challenge was defeated and trials will go ahead as planned in May's local elections.

This is long overdue.  For too long elections and referenda in this country have been woefully exposed to electoral fraud.  This is particularly true in areas with high concentrations of south Asian people, such as Tower Hamlets (a prime example).  In places like Birmingham and the northern mill towns it is a common assertion that 'even dead Muslims vote'.

When the government announced the ID scheme there were howls from the opposition.  With Labour being the chief beneficiary of such fraud it's not difficult to see why they disapproved.  Of course they couldn't argue on this basis, so they made tenuous accusations of 'discrimination'.  They've even said voter ID would be 'undemocratic' and prevent people voting.  The idea is that it will prevent people voting - twice or more!

Voter ID laws in the United States met with similar opposition from the Democratic party.  Why?  Because like our own Labour party, the Democrats are the main beneficiary of electoral fraud within certain communities.

The British government has said that local authorities would provide ID to those who do not have the required documentation - free of charge.  This has not allayed Labour's resistance, but it was not Labour that brought the legal challenge this week.  Not directly anyway.

Neil Coughlan crowdfunded the challenge and raised over £30,000 to do so.  His campaign has won direct praise from the Labour party and his Twitter account is followed by several Labour MPs including Jeremy Corbyn himself.  Neil also follows the Facebook page of his local Labour party (see below).  Then there is Neil's promo video, a professional job that is hard to imagine he produced himself.

The Facebook pages followed by Neil Coughlan

It's highly unlikely we've heard the last of this story, but one thing is for sure - it's not democracy that Labour are looking to defend.  Far from it.


The Corbyn 'surge' was nowhere to be seen in Newcastle-under-Lyme last night.  A council by-election in the Staffordshire town threw up an intriguing result.

Holditch & Chesterton ward by-election

Kenneth Owen (Ind) 40.3% (+23.2)
Peter Radford (Lab) 38.3% (-13.9)
Mark Barlow (UKIP) 12.3% (+2.6)
Lawrence Whitworth (Con) 7.0% (-8.3)
Carol Lovatt (SDP) 2.0% (did not stand previously)

Of course council elections can have a lot of local factors tied in, so perhaps best not to make too much of the fall in support for both Labour and the Tories, but it is interesting to note that the UKIP vote saw a small increase.  The real indicator will come on the 4th of April in the Newport West by-election.  Will the Brexit betraying parties bomb in that too?

Thursday 21 March 2019


The March to Leave crossed into South Yorkshire today, ending up in Leave-voting Doncaster.  This time tomorrow they will have reached the East Midlands.  It does appear as if the march is building a bit of momentum going into the weekend and Remainer MP Anna Soubry will surely have helped to boost numbers by mocking the march in a TV bust-up with Nigel Farage today.

Tomorrow:  Wadworth to Worksop


Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle has leapt on the victimhood bandwagon today with claims that someone "tried" to assault him.

The remoaner MP was in his Brighton Kemptown constituency at the time of the "assault".  Russell-Moyle immediately linked the incident with Theresa May's statement last night in which she pointed the finger of blame at MPs for the Brexit stalemate.  Remain MPs have expressed fury at her words, including the likes of Liz Kendall, Wes Streeting, Lisa Nandy and Caroline Lucas.  Speaker Bercow added his weight to their cause in the Commons today when he kindly and smugly exonerated them of any wrongdoing.

Trying to paint themselves as the 'victims' in all of this is going to do them no favours.  After all it's not May who has pit them against the country, they have done that themselves by their own shameful actions.  If this country doesn't leave the European Union a week tomorrow - yes May has to take a big chunk of the blame - but we must never forget the role in which Brexit blocking MPs have played with their endless amendments and stalling votes.


Dominic Frisby's awesome Brexit song is currently outselling the likes of George Ezra, Pink, Dido and Jack Savoretti on Amazon!  There's still no sign of it in the music charts, although curiously it's listed as an "album" on Amazon, so perhaps this isn't helping to push it into the singles chart.  It would be great to see it chart on Sunday, the final chart before we are due to Leave...

You can see the music video below.

You can purchase the song via iTunes here and Amazon here.  It's less than a pound!


Labour's Wes Streeting wins the award for most over-the-top tweet of the week.

It's no wonder Labour MPs are so scathing of May's statement.  The truth is that MPs are largely to blame for the current impasse, and those MPs are predominantly Labour.  Labour MPs overwhelmingly blocked May's deal.  Twice.  Labour MPs overwhelmingly rejected no deal and overwhelmingly voted for the dreaded extension.  Now they are moaning that the extension is not long enough!

Streeting is a prominent supporter of the so-called 'People's Vote' campaign.  Given the contempt with which Labour MPs regard the 52%, perhaps it should come as no surprise that the constituency he claims to represent voted LEAVE by 53%.

Wednesday 20 March 2019


Yvette Cooper's constituency office

A nice touch from the marchers today as they arrived in Pontefract, West Yorkshire.  This is the seat of one of the most cynical remoaners in Parliament - Yvette Cooper.  Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford returned one of the strongest Leave votes in the country - 69% - but that didn't stop the odious Cooper from trying to sabotage Brexit at every turn!  Good work March to Leave!!

Tomorrow:  Pontefract to... Doncaster?  The original route, as planned, is pictured below.  However, the route has now disappeared from the March to Leave website, so either major shortcuts are planned or they are just trying to throw off the remoaners...


With nine days to go, Parliament in disarray and Theresa May providing open goals to all comers - only a compete moron of an opposition 'leader' would opt to throw his rattle out of the pram now...

Fellow Parliamentarians (and Twitter in general) were brutal.


Piers Morgan is an opportunist populist and changes his tune whichever way public opinion is flowing.  This afternoon he perfectly summed up how most people are feeling right now.

We live in hope.  But won't hold our breath.

Tuesday 19 March 2019


At 07:00 this morning the polls opened in Peterborough.  No-one was being elected, but the hope is that someone is being kicked out six weeks from now.  The Peterborough Telegraph published some photos to highlight the opening day of the Fiona Onasanya recall petition...

The signing locations are as follows, but only registered electors in the Peterborough constituency are eligible to sign.

Bedford Hall, Station Road, Thorney, Peterborough, PE6 0QE
Bretton Library, The Cresset, Rightwell, Bretton, Peterborough, PE3 8DS
Dogsthorpe Library, Central Avenue, Dogsthorpe, Peterborough, PE1 4LH
East Community Centre, Padholme Road, Peterborough, PE1 5EN
Eye Youth & Community Centre, Crowland Road, Eye, Peterborough, PE6 7TN
Honeyhill Childrens Centre, Chadburn, Paston, Peterborough, PE4 7DH
St Luke’s Church, Mayors Walk, West Town, Peterborough, PE3 6EZ
The Bull, Guntons Road, Newborough, Peterborough, PE6 7QW
Town Hall, Bridge Street, Peterborough, PE1 1HQ
Werrington Library, Staniland Way, Werrington, Peterborough, PE4 6JT


Brussels megalomaniac Guy Verhofstadt came under fire yesterday from an unexpected quarter.  BBC snowflake Jeremy Vine happened upon a video of Verhoftwat ranting and raving about his hopes for a centralised single European state - similar to what Hitler aspired to.  These people are seriously dangerous.  Vine was not impressed either.


The intrepid marchers were supposed to cross into West Yorkshire today, their target the small town of Wetherby.  For some unknown reason they stopped eight miles short at Knaresborough.  Presumably they were bussed the rest of the way (cheating again!)  Still no sign of Farage, perhaps he will turn up on Saturday in Mansfield to rally the troops?  If today is anything to go by, they may be tiring.

Tomorrow:  Wetherby to Pontefract


Bullshit and bluster from Blair this morning as Morgan and Reid teamed up against him.  Both supported Remain in the referendum, but unlike remoaner Blair they have some respect for the result!  Morgan scored some good hits on the Euro (supported by Blair, opposed by Brown) and, of course, Iraq.  Wrong then, wrong now Tony...


John Bercow must have been busy swotting up in the last week to uncover a 400-year-old rule that states a motion cannot be represented in the same form twice.  You've got to hand it to him.  He's determined to get what he wants - Britain to Remain a member of the EU.

Brexiteer MPs have been increasingly frustrated by the Speaker's clear bias over the course of the Brexit debate.  However, bully Bercow's a shrewd operator and generally has an answer for everything.  He swans around in a car displaying anti-Brexit stickers, has extra curricular meetings with Remain MPs like Ken Clarke and there's nowt anyone can do about it.

The Speaker's smug face dominates the front pages today.

Monday 18 March 2019


The March to Leave continued to trudge across North Yorkshire today as the clock ticks down and Speaker Bercow threw a spanner in the works (again).  The march was today joined by Taz, putting 17.4 million to shame by flying all the way in from Thailand to participate!  See what he had to say below...

Tomorrow: Aldfield to Wetherby

The next leg of the march is the first to skip a section, in other words the March to Leave is cheating.  For whatever reason the organisers have arranged to bus participants along some parts of the route and tomorrow they will miss out a whopping 30 miles.  They'll still be in North Yorkshire at the off, but they'll end up in West Yorkshire.