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Accusation of lies and dishonesty

By B. Roach

Remain supporter - London Mayor Sadiq Khan -Getty

London Mayor Sadiq Khan -Getty

In the Editorial for June 17 issue of The Montserrat Reporter we wrote that there are self-interests and personal agendas guiding the utterances by in particular the Brexit proposers in the EU referendum due to take place on Thursday.

Former Prime Minister John Major stepped out to support the Remain campaign and angrily referred to Boris Johnson as dishonest.

Today, the evening standard reports what looks like a flip flop in an article when it quotes Boris Johnson saying, “This is the most dynamic economy in the world,”  after he accused the Remain campaign of “talking Britain down” by saying the country would be damaged by a Brexit. Then he said later, “Our country will flourish when we vote leave.”

Hot under the collar Boris on LBC today (LBC)

Labour leader Jeremy Corbin

But it is Labour leader Jeremy Corbin who says that a Brexit would hurt living standards and squeeze public finances.

Meanwhile to our point in the Editorial, David Beckham England’s heroic soccer star, says it well: “We live in a vibrant and connected world where together as a people we are strong,” said the former England captain.

“For our children and their children we should be facing the problems of the world together and not alone.”

And to our Editorial caption: “If we as a country decide to quit the EU that’s final, that’s it, there’s no going back,” said Mr. Khan. With just 48 hours until Thursday’s historic vote.

See the story: http://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/sadiq-khan-theres-no-going-back-if-britain-quits-eu-a3277021.html

 

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A Moment with the Registrar of Lands

By B. Roach

Remain supporter - London Mayor Sadiq Khan -Getty

London Mayor Sadiq Khan -Getty

In the Editorial for June 17 issue of The Montserrat Reporter we wrote that there are self-interests and personal agendas guiding the utterances by in particular the Brexit proposers in the EU referendum due to take place on Thursday.

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Former Prime Minister John Major stepped out to support the Remain campaign and angrily referred to Boris Johnson as dishonest.

Today, the evening standard reports what looks like a flip flop in an article when it quotes Boris Johnson saying, “This is the most dynamic economy in the world,”  after he accused the Remain campaign of “talking Britain down” by saying the country would be damaged by a Brexit. Then he said later, “Our country will flourish when we vote leave.”

Hot under the collar Boris on LBC today (LBC)

Labour leader Jeremy Corbin

But it is Labour leader Jeremy Corbin who says that a Brexit would hurt living standards and squeeze public finances.

Meanwhile to our point in the Editorial, David Beckham England’s heroic soccer star, says it well: “We live in a vibrant and connected world where together as a people we are strong,” said the former England captain.

“For our children and their children we should be facing the problems of the world together and not alone.”

And to our Editorial caption: “If we as a country decide to quit the EU that’s final, that’s it, there’s no going back,” said Mr. Khan. With just 48 hours until Thursday’s historic vote.

See the story: http://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/sadiq-khan-theres-no-going-back-if-britain-quits-eu-a3277021.html