When I Met John Major: Brexit Traitor Or Admirable Brit?

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4 Responses

  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Joe. It is totally understandable how it is possible to hold someone in high regard, whilst being against their personal belief and actions. I have two personalities that I would have loved to have had a conversation with. One is Tony Benn and the other, Enoch Powel, and if I had such conversations, I am sure that opinions that I hold would not be changed, but could be better expressed from that moment on. Tony excelled in total belief of his views, with fascinating argument to uphold such views. Enoch was a brain of brains, and I would have mostly just listened in fascination and learning. Time passes so quickly unfortunately !

  2. Anthony Woodcock says:

    Can’t stand the man. He’s what would have been termed at my school as a cmplete pr**k.

  3. paul rawlings says:

    another traitor

  4. forthurst says:

    It was Major-Ball’s treachery over the Maastrich Treaty that caused Nigel Farage to leave the Tory Party and join UKIP: the rest is history. Academically a total failure, Major-Balls demonstrated early in his career the one talent that would propel him to the pinnacle of the Tory Party, a Party where competence and integrity are deprecated, namely an ability for climbing the greasy pole: he oiled and creeped his way to the very top whilst never demonstrating any competence in anything he did.

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