Tag Archives: Boris Johnson

Chanukah Same’ach! Happy Chanukah!

I’m a couple of days late with my Chanukah post but the reason is all good – on Sunday we celebrated the brit of our new grandson and we were still in recovery mode so to speak. 🙂  The baby … Continue reading

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Very Good News Friday – The Tories win the UK General Election by a landslide

Today’s Good News Friday post will more or less write itself with the glorious news that Labour was thoroughly trounced by the Conservatives in the British General Election yesterday.  Boris Johnson led the Conservatives to their best result since Margaret … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

We’ve had another difficult week in the family (someone in hospital, but hopefully coming home in a couple of days), but davka because of that I feel the need to post a Good News Friday installment. This week’s installment is … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson is Britain’s new PM

Theresa May officially stepped down yesterday as Britain’s Prime Minister and Boris Johnson took over. Theresa May’s final PMQ’s session in Parliament included this great dig at Jeremy Corbyn, which was supported by Ian Austin, a former Labour MP! 2. … Continue reading

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The state of Britain today – good for the Jews?

For months now Britain has been roiling in its Brexit woes. Theresa May resigned (or was she pushed?) and the race is now on to choose a new Prime Minister. The internal voting amongst Tory MPs is now over and … Continue reading

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The West’s shameful response to the Iran protests

In my earlier post about the Iran protests I mentioned the limp response from both Western governments and Western media.  Melanie Phillips picks up on the weak institutional response from the West, saying: … utterly risible the gloss initially put … Continue reading

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