Keep her out
SHAMIMA Begum’s hatred of this country is clear for all to see.
And Home Secretary Sajid Javid is right to ensure that it’s not her country any more, after he stripped her of her citizenship.
Shamima Begum’s hatred of Britain is clear for all to see — keep her out[/caption]
The bleating lefties who complained about his move at the time have gone very quiet as it appears she wasn’t the harmless stay-at-home wife she portrayed herself to be, but an accessory to suicide bombings and brutal repression.
It is no surprise, then, that her bid for legal aid has repulsed and revolted so many law-abiding Brits.
Of course every defendant should be able to bid for funds to fight their legal corner.
But this is an absurd decision.
Dishing out cash to this hate-filled extremist sticks in the throat when victims of IRA bombings and military veterans have not been given the same treatment.
The Legal Aid Agency’s priorities are, clearly, completely out of whack.
Begum’s immigration case is expected to last years — and if this decision isn’t reversed, the bill will go up day by day.
The Government owes it to taxpayers to do everything it can to bring this case to a speedy conclusion, and a conclusion that keeps us safe.
She can never be allowed to set foot on these shores again.
Take a hike, PM
IN THE coming months, Westminster’s power struggles could make Game of Thrones look like child’s play.
One thing, however, is abundantly clear. This zombie PM cannot simply hang on until Christmas.
As she enjoys her walking holiday — not as if there’s anything to do in Westminster, after all — she must reflect on the fact that her promises no longer count for anything, with the public or her party.
Backbenchers on all sides are in open revolt, and with every day she stays in Downing Street morale in
the grassroots of the Tory party slides further.
We admire her toughness but the country needs more.
Only a new face can hope to drive a deal through Parliament. Failing to do so could lead to a Corbyn Government.
The PM’s race has run. She must name a date for her departure.
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Sorrow of Paris
THE sight of Notre Dame on fire is truly shattering.
It has stood at the centre of Paris for centuries and, whether you are religious or not, it is devastating to see such a stunning place of worship aflame.
We hope the cathedral can be rebuilt to its former glory and that Paris — a city Brits have been in love with for centuries — recovers, too.
Our hearts go out to France.