• Saving the Tory bacon and pulling the Fat Cats from the fire!

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    A report in yesterday’s Guardian makes it clear why Labour’s tails are up and the Tories are despondent. The result of the next election will be decided by what are known as BAEMs.

    “BAEM” for those ignorant of the latest PC terminology stands for “Black and ethnic minority”.

    The Guardian’s report (https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/sep/28/ethnic-minority-voting-gap-cost-theresa-may-28-seats-report-says) is in fact a commentary on what is already known: that the bulk of the BAEM vote is solidly Labour. The solidity is a tradition and a cultural thing and not related to cast, class, education, income levels or occupation/profession.

    The plain simple FACT for the Tories is this: Unless they improve their results amongst BAEM voters, they have NO CHANCE of getting a majority at the next election.

    This is of course working on the assumption that getting a majority will be politically possible. It will not be if they cause the country to crash out of the Single Market!

    The ONLY way the Tories can do this is by changing their leader from Madame Mayhem and appointing one of the twelve men or four women from the list below:

    - Bim Afolami the Member for Hitchin and Harpenden.

    - Adam Afriyie the Member for Windsor.

    - Olukemi Olufunto Badenoch the Member for Saffron Walden.

    - Atta-Ur-Rehman Chishti the Member for Gillingham and Rainham.

    - James Cleverly TD the Member for Braintree.

    - Suella Fernandes the Member for Fareham, Parliamentary Private Secretary to HM Treasury Ministers.

    - Helen Grant the Member for Maidstone and The Weald since 2010, Minister for Sport and Tourism.

    - Samuel Gyimah the Member for East Surrey, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Prisons, Probation, Rehabilitation and Sentencing.

    - Sajid Javid PC the Member for Bromsgrove in Worcestershire, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.

    - Ranil Jayawardena the Member for North East Hampshire.

    - Seema Kennedy the Member for South Ribble, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Prime Minister.

    - Kwasi Kwarteng the Member Spelthorne, Parliamentary Private Secretary to Chancellor of the Exchequer.

    - Alan Mak the Member for Havant.

    - Priti Patel PC the Member for Witham, Secretary of State for International Development.

    - Alok Sharma the Member for Reading West, Minister for Housing and Planning.

    - Rishi Sunak the Member for Richmond (Yorkshire).

    - Shailesh Vara the Member for North West Cambridgeshire, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.

    - Nusrat Ul-Ghani the Member for Wealden.

    - Nadhim Zahawi the Member for Stratford-on-Avon.
    Of the other fifteen up to seven should be brought into the cabinet.
    This of course will show to the politically correct elite that runs this formerly sovereign nation that the Tories do not practise racial discrimination! It will of course prove precisely the opposite! But IF the Tories want to remain in government this is their ONLY hope!

    You see, the FACT is this: the VAST majority of voters are NOT political anoraks. They pay relatively little attention to political discourse. If however they see that there are seven cabinet ministers who are BAEM and the Prime Minister is such then many BAME voters who are not happy with Comrade Corbyn’s programme of tax the rich until the pips squeak, re-nationalise the commanding heights of the economy and restore the immunities granted to the TUC in the 1970s may well feel justified to vote Tory.
    Declaration of Interest: The Editor owns shares in SSE PLC.
    NB:
    Out of consideration for ALL the Tories mentioned above, your Editor WILL NOT suggest which should be Prime Minister as this would be the kiss of death for the poor benighted soul!

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