David Cameron’s autobiography

I will first off write an admission that I voted for David Cameron as I have always been a conservative and looked at the bigger picture of keeping labour out. I felt that he looked and spoke like a statesman, like a prime minister of Great Britain and I was delighted when he finally gave us the Brexit Referendum.

How wrong I was to view him as a statesman or even as a prime minister of Great Britain. First he ran as soon as the result came in and lets face it he was absolutely convinced that we as a nation would vote to remain. Which in my view showed that he had absolutely no idea of what made the electorate tick. He assumed that we as voters would listen to our “betters” and that was why he sent out the brochures costing US £9 million pounds just before the start date came in banning the excessive spending of both sides.

Now I read that he is not only calling Boris Johnson for trying to give the people want they democratically voted for, but he is going to have a “civil battle” on the side of the remainer MPs who voted with Labour against their own party. Now forgive me if I am wrong but treachery to the party does not just stop with a slap on the wrist but it needs a swift, firm answer to those who think they can thwart the will of the people.

It is a pity that Cameron could not fight this hard for the people, and who refused to stay and implement the will of the people despite saying he would. It smacks of a man who is bitter, twisted and having some bizarre idea that his intervention is needed…especially as he is now spouting about a 2nd referendum. The 1st one has not been implemented thanks to the continual back stabbing and lies of MPs in Westminster.

I find it offensive that a man who lied to the electorate, who left us with a mess and who is as responsible for May for it now being 39 months since the vote is even thinking of coming back. Leave it Boris as he will fix your mess Cameron and you need to go back to being off your head as you so aptly put in your book.

You had your chance and failed miserably and that is where you need to stay…in history.

Judges making political decisions

I find it wrong that a judge can decide to interfere in political decisions especially when the judges in turn sit in Scotland. Scotland has its own parliament and there has been no inference from England, yet they deem to interfere in Parliament, whilst howling for independence.

Does that mean that as an English person I have no rights and no representation with respect to the decisions taken by my government? Scotland has theirs as well as Ireland and Wales, yet England has none.

The PM has taken the decision to prorogue parliament and it is not for judges to sit in judgement of a government decision as they interpret the law and do not make it. That is for parliament and if parliament do not like it….then they need to change it.

Otherwise what is the point of having a parliament? Just give it to the judges and a dictatorship.

We in England need an English parliament as I for am sick of the likes of the SNP, Plaid Cymru and NI making decisions that are not in their remit…….

Irton Hall, nr Ravensglass Cumbria. Irtonhall.co.uk

I have just spent a wonderful couple of days at Irton Hall…..It is located in the most beautiful of areas and as soon as hubby and I arrived we felt relaxed. The outside is stunningly gorgeous and it feels and looks like a 5 star hotelWe had an executive king size room at the cost of £140 a night and the room was big, clean, amazingly comfortable bed and a massive bathroom with a jacuzzi bath and showerThe Hall has been visited by Henry V, Oliver Cromwell and dates back to the crusades.It has peacocks, geese and hens wondering around the grounds, and welcomes dogs and it was lovely to see so many dogs…will be taking mine next time.The Hall has self catering holidaylets and the staff were friendly, helpful and spoilt the guests with making sure everything was perfect.The food was unbelievably wonderful and our Chef Jamie made the most amazing foods, and nothing was too much trouble. You could eat in the bar or the restaurant and it was a pleasant evening everytime we went down to eat. The meals are reasonably priced as is the well stocked bar.Breakfast was included and in our rooms was a very large TV, tea and coffee facilities and plenty of them. Complimentary sparkling and still water in the fridges, extra pillows, a

fan and toiletries.The bedrooms were clean, and the whole place was tidy and there were no issues ….I only wish we could have stayed longer.It is great for walkers, dog owners or those who just want to breathe fresh air as it is in a stunning area…but whatever your reason for going, you won’t be disappointed.