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By Pete Moore On September 11th, 2019

International students will be allowed to stay in the UK for two years after graduation to find a job, under new proposals announced by the Home Office.

The move reverses a decision made in 2012 by then-Home Secretary Theresa May that forced overseas students to leave four months after finishing a degree.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the change would see students “unlock their potential” and begin careers in the UK.

Note to the colonies: much of the British left, from wet Tories onward, have spent the last six weeks shrieking that Boris Johnson is far-right and a fascist. I know, if only. The truth is that Boris a very socially liberal and strongly in favour of high levels of immigration. The commies don’t know this because they are permanently set to “broadcast” and never to “receive”. Watching and listening long ago went out of vogue on the Left, so they never learn.

The Prime Ministers announcement today, allowing foreign students to hang around and stink up the place, would completely befuddle the commies if they ever learned of it. In fact it’s entirely in-keeping with the man’s outlook.

6 Responses to “WORST FASCIST EVER”

  1. Yes Pete, as London mayor Johnson was undoubtedly on the liberal wing of the Tory party, although his record on creating affordable housing was abysmal.

    But there is is no getting away from the fact that he has chosen the most right-wing cabinet since Thatcher in her poll tax phase. The selection of the pro-hanging Priti Patel sends all the wrong signals, as did his promise to make it a priority to cut tax for higher earners. Those are not the actions of a one-nation Tory.

  2. Peter –

    Philip Hammond campaigned for Parliament on the basis of bring back hanging. He’s the very picture of the a so-called moderate Tory (i.e. wants foreigners ruling us.)

  3. Can you provide evidence for that Pete? Hammond has been an MP for 20 years but Patel can be seen on TV arguing for hanging just a few years ago. And now she’s Home Secretary:

    “She told an episode of BBC Question Time in 2011 that it would “act as a deterrent,” even if innocent people were killed.”


  4. https://ig.ft.com/documents/philip-hammond/

    Campaign leaflet from 1994

    In 1994, Mr Hammond unsuccessfully contested the safe Labour seat of Newham on a platform of lower taxes, improved healthcare and the reintroduction of capital punishment. (Source: Newham Archives & Local Studies Library)

  5. Campaign leaflet from 1994

    Indeed. Capital punishment was just about still an issue then. But Priti Patel’s TV outburst was in 2011, and of course she has other right-wing form. And let’s not forget that she was dismissed in disgrace in November 2017 for acting as Bibi’s little helper in Her Majesty’s Government:

    “The minister quit after being summoned back from a trip to Uganda and Ethiopia by Downing Street after it emerged she failed to be candid with May about 14 unofficial meetings with Israeli ministers, businesspeople and a senior lobbyist…

    May and Patel met for just six minutes in the early evening. In her resignation letter, released moments after she left No 10, Patel admitted her actions “fell below the high standards that are expected of a secretary of state”.


  6. Boris Johnson will not make an election pact with Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage, Downing Street has said.

    LOL, just as there were “no plans” to progue Parliament. There are official pacts and nudge-nudge pacts. This one will be the nudge-nudge variety, as Tory Boy Toby sets out. I’ll be astonished if Johnson has to face a Brexit candidate in November:

    “If there is to be an election before we leave the European Union, some kind of non-aggression pact between the Tories and the Brexit party is essential. Without it, the risk is all too obvious: that pro-Brexit voters will be divided, allowing pro-Remain candidates to win, even in some constituencies where a clear majority are in favour of leaving.

    A case in point is Boris Johnson’s constituency. Uxbridge and South Ruislip is in the London borough of Hillingdon, where 56.37 per cent of votes cast in the 2016 referendum were for Leave. But his majority in 2017 was only 5,034, and if the Brexit party fields a candidate against him — particularly if some of the pro-Remain parties decide to stand down in favour of Labour — there’s a chance he’ll lose…”