Pick up the phone John Redwood. Robin Tilbrook is waiting for your call.

John Redwood could always give Robin Tilbrook a call.

There is a phone number on the ED website. Clearly there might be risks in doing that in person, but JR could get someone to do it on his behalf and arrange a meeting. Pushing the court case through to fruition could save Boris Johnson an awful lot of trouble (Mind you – is he really going to no deal Brexit?  Would the media and the Westminster slime system really be backing him if he really intends to?  The Brexit Party is a threat which needs sorting and that could concentrate a few Conservative minds).

There is no conflict between the EDs and the Conservatives. The St George’s flag is part of the Union Flag and Tilbrook wishes it to stay there. In fact a joining of the two parties, ED and Conservative, would be a most convenient alliance to bypass the Brexit Party which is not going to deliver Brexit, having no ability to get a Commons majority, and no doubt MI5 steering the show from behind the scenes to destroy any Conservative majority.

Tories should be running to grab Robin Tilbrook’s hand right now, and take on his agenda as regards an English Parliament, celebrating the 12th July and seeking to moderate the problems associated with out of control immigration. Then deliver Brexit and they could possibly win an election.

I’m sure Robin Tilbrook is available to take a call this weekend. John Redwood having no obvious role to play in the Tory leadership campaign would be a suitable link man. Go on John. Pick up the phone.

May is over.  June is here, wet but still full of potential for those who are capable of a little imagination.



One Response to “Pick up the phone John Redwood. Robin Tilbrook is waiting for your call.”

  1. Protestant says:

    That’s a good idea, Tapestry! Wetherspoon’s Tim Martin had some interesting things to say about Boris, wondering what he has privately agreed to do in order to win over the Tories:
    “The real danger is that Boris signs an agreement to leave and 90 percent of the current withdrawal agreement gets chucked in there with a couple of minor tweaks to the backstop.
    In order to win over sceptical Brexiteers, current frontrunner Mr Johnson would need to be able to offer cast-iron guarantees about securing British fishing rights and control of import tariffs after Brexit,” Mr Martin said.
    He added: “The other thing is this October 31 deadline. We don’t want yet more dreadful prolonging of the agony, yet more transition.”
    “I don’t know what Nigel Farage’s intentions are, but there’s a great song by the Who (and Roger Daltrey is a Brexiteer of course): ‘We Won’t Get Fooled Again’.
    “That’s the big danger – everyone gets behind him and then we don’t get what we want.”
    “Don’t go back and try to negotiate with Brussels yet again – I’ve been in business long enough to know you have to know when to walk away.
    “I’ve met Boris a couple of times and he seems a nice enough bloke. But if he even dreams of going to Brussels to renegotiate this deal he better wake up and apologise.”

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