A WEEK today we can elect a Government that in its first 100 days will finally get Brexit done and start improving lives in a way Theresa May’s never did.
A Boris Johnson majority will pass his ready-made exit deal. Then it will unveil a tax-cutting Budget containing major new funding for the NHS and schools alongside tough new laws to tackle crime and terrorism, protect our Forces and control immigration.
A sound plan that secures our standing on the world stage and protects our economy while offering radical improvements for “left-behind” communities.
Consider the alternative: A Marxist-run coalition with Corbyn in No10, an anti-capitalist Chancellor in No11 and a homeless family at Chequers, as per Corbyn’s virtue-signalling instructions.
Instant economic woe as investment flees, taking jobs and taxes with it. Then years of hideous division, with second referendums on Brexit and Scotland.
Tory Remainers voting Lib Dem will have helped install a hard-left PM who considers Nato a wicked instrument for the “military reoccupation of Europe”.
Alongside him a Communist adviser who believes the Berlin Wall’s fall was a “historic setback for human progress” and a chief aide who thinks Stalin’s millions of victims died in a good cause.
Without even passing laws they would make enemies of our global allies — and friends of the Kremlin and Hamas.
They would be led by a PM unable even to tell the truth about watching the Queen’s Speech. A man even leftie bible the New Statesman refuses to endorse.
Anything but a Tory majority will see the SNP and Lib Dems, to their eternal shame, handing power to these extremist madmen.
LABOUR’S campaign of “lies, damned lies and statistics” is in tatters.
The idea anyone will be £6,700 a year better off under them is the mirror image of the truth. It’s not just that every costing is so fatally flawed we wonder if Diane Abbott did the sums.
It’s that a Marxist-led Government inevitably means industrial carnage and mass unemployment far beyond the experience of Corbyn’s millennial fans.
Meanwhile Labour still pretends “austerity killed 120,000” long after it was debunked. It falsely claims violent crime doubled due to Tory cuts.
It knows the NHS won’t be “sold” but Corbyn says it anyway, using documents possibly obtained by Russian hackers.
Labour has plumbed dark depths of deceit in this campaign. And it’s not over.
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THE “climate catastrophe” is deadly serious, say Extinction Rebellion. So let’s all dress as bees and glue ourselves to a bus.
An electric bus, that is, holding fellow eco-maniacs from the Lib Dems.
Seriously. Real bees have bigger brains
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