Tuesday 23 July 2019


#NotMyPM is currently trending all over social media as leftists and liberal snowflakes suffer a catastrophic meltdown.  Tories, Brexiteers and Boris sympathisers have responded with the hashtag #BorisDay.  The PM-elect took to the stage following his victory and declared that he would "Deliver Brexit, unite the country and defeat Corbyn".  It's a bold message, but one that will surely resonate with millions.  If there is a chance he could actually deliver on it, rather than just provide the same old failure and disappointment we are sadly accustomed to, then we should back him all the way.

That is not to say that BTLP aligns itself with his party, our strict non-partisan approach will remain in place.  We are a broad church here and we share one goal - keeping Labour out of power.  If Boris is the man to do that so be it.  However, if the Leave mandate is not implemented, for whatever reason, then Boris will have failed and the Brexit Party comes back into play like never before.  In this scenario the Labour party can be dealt a fatal blow in the north of England, parts of the Midlands and south Wales.  Working class Labour voters in these heartlands won't vote Tory, but they'll back Brexit.  We all have our part to play.  Let's make sure we keep Corbyn and his communist ideals out of Number Ten!