On this day a year ago
Yes. The attack on white Britain and its way of life is relentless.
I have been saying that for years, indeed for decades.
Thin end of the wedge.
Not sure I agree with the second sentence of tweeter “Jim Smith”. Even 22 years ago, Oxford seemed to have a bad traffic (and parking) problem. I picked up an American lady at the railway station (where there was effectively no parking beyond extremely short-term), in order to take her to Herefordshire. Very fraught and congested, and the traffic in and around the central part of the town was pretty bad, certainly compared to what it was like in the 1980s.
The UK healthcare system is getting to the point of no return, when it will have to be completely remodelled (and changed attitudinally).
America, “land of freedom”…
This is the MP in question: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Holden_(British_politician).
Holden graduated from the LSE in 2007, at age 22, with a degree in Government and History. Unlike most Conservative (and Labour) MPs, he had spent some time in “the real world”, having worked part-time during his LSE years as a waiter and barman.
After graduation, Holden worked in a number of Conservative Party and SpAd jobs, before being elected at North West Durham in 2019.
North West Durham was a Labour seat from 1950, when the seat was reconstituted, to 2019.
North West Durham was represented from 2017 to 2019 by Laura Pidcock, a Corbyn supporter married to an African, himself a politico and President of the National Education Union, a trade union for schoolteachers (he wants to “decolonise” the curriculum…wouldn’t you know it…): see https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/now-pidcock-s-partner-is-purged-by-labour; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Pidcock.
The pair have apparently produced a child.
Despite the above, and bearing in mind the cost of living crisis, and the economic catastrophe left after the “panicdemic” etc, it will take a Herculean effort for Holden to retain the seat, despite Labour’s general slide in the area in the past several years, especially if labour select someone other than Laura Pidcock.
In fact, only brainwashed “morons” (meaning here, “stupid people”), and/or equally mindless fans of the Jew-Zionist regime in Kiev, use “Kyiv” or, indeed, “Keev” (the BBC’s absurd new version).
As far as I am concerned, “Peking” and “Bombay” are also still places, as are “Calcutta” and “Florence”.
I am content to stick with the version used for a thousand years— Kiev.
I thought that the Ukrainian (Kiev-regime) online propagandists were more subtle than that. Maybe “AndreyGurulyov” is just a stray crank.