Henry Forth writes from Westminster about Michael Heseltine and the advice recently given to Prime Minister David Cameron and the tips within his words about the referendum. You will also find out more about Boris Johnson, the European Union, how Heseltine roars, some interesting references to Kenneth Clarke and the big beasts of politics, Theresa Villiers and a Tory leader.
|Have you heard a lion roar before?|
|English: George Lee, Conservative Parliamentary candidate for Holborn & St Pancras, discussing issues with David Cameron (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
Tory Party has few beasts left and Boris Johnson, Cameron, David Cameron, European Union, know Heseltine, Kenneth Clarke the big beasts have always had something interesting to say.
|Kenneth Clarke (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
He counter balances this by referencing some interesting people who had interesting ideas and that is what we remember them for today. Its actually a really clever read and he uses many satirical examples to push you away from the important message actually being taught. I will get to that lesson in a minute first I recommend you read the article.
|Northern Ireland inventor (Photo credit: Burns Library, Boston College)|
|Sir Michael Lyons, Lord Heseltine and Darran Lawless (Photo credit: EG Focus)|
I am sure you agree any effigies of flags has never worried you in the past so what is so worrisome about what is happening in Northern Ireland, perhaps it is the memories of the past that keep Boris Johnson, Cameron, David Cameron, European Union, Heseltine roars, Kenneth Clarke, Michael Heseltine, the big beasts, Theresa Villiers, Tory up all night.
Henry imagines these nightmares that Theresa Villiers must be having and without spoiling too much for you hear since it is public knowledge Theresa is the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland she must be needing all the advice she can get right now and what better advocate to help her than Lord Heseltine himself.
|Have you ever lost your voice before?|
I think he is more a fan of the Boris/ Trump hairstyle.
|Boris Johnson (Photo credit: nofrills)|
Heseltine also has a similar haircut so perhaps all these new statesmen in Parliament are all just copying him and perhaps William Hague is more like Ken Clarke a great Chancellor but perhaps not much can be done with the hair.
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|English: Mayor of London, Boris Johnson poses for a photo prior to ringing the opening bell at NASDAQ on September 14, 2009. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
North of Watford Boris is perhaps not so popular for recent decisions made this again is something you can find all out about over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
He extends the demographics as Henry makes his point that Westminster to Cardiff, Belfast and Edinburgh the unity of Britain is being effected by all these terrible things happening.
If you want to find out more well you will just have to read the full article it's very good reading too.
Source ' Cameron Would Do Well To... ' Stirring Trouble Internationally
- Heseltine warns PM against EU vote (standard.co.uk)
- Heseltine warns Cameron against referendum on EU membership (independent.co.uk)
- Heseltine warns Cameron against EU referendum (itv.com)
- Lord Heseltine attacks David Cameron over EU strategy (standard.co.uk)
- Lord Heseltine criticises David Cameron over position on Europe (telegraph.co.uk)
- Cameron facing battle over Europe (express.co.uk)