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Two-faced Sadiq Khan should sort London out and stop trying to mess up the country with second Brexit referendum

SADIQ Khan’s call for a second Brexit referendum shows what a hypocrite he is.

In July 2016, the London mayor claimed “the establishment needs to respect the result” — and that a second referendum would lead to more cynicism among voters.

 Sadiq Khan should sort London out and stop trying to mess up the country

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Sadiq Khan should sort London out and stop trying to mess up the country
Andrew Marr challenges London Mayor Sadiq Khan over his call for another Brexit referendum

How strange, then, that he has changed his mind now.

It is the latest abysmal decision Khan has made. He was one of the 36 Labour MPs who nominated Jeremy Corbyn for the leadership ballot.

He also led the virtue-signalling attacks on Donald Trump.

Meanwhile, what has he done about the soaring murder rate in our capital? Nothing, other than to blame the bloodshed on everyone else.

 Sadiq Khan led the virtue-signalling attacks on Donald Trump

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Sadiq Khan led the virtue-signalling attacks on Donald Trump
Huge balloon of bikini clad Sadiq Khan flown over Parliament Square

For all his Remainer whining, does Khan think voters will meekly accept the forcing of a second referendum?

And even leaving the likelihood of civil unrest aside, if Leave win again — as seems probable — will he want to make it “Best out of five”?

He should sort London out and stop trying to mess up the country.

 Only 13 per cent of voters believe our politicians tell the truth about immigration

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Only 13 per cent of voters believe our politicians tell the truth about immigration

IMMIGRATION has been a burning issue for years.

We have a proud tradition of welcoming migrants of every creed and colour. The majority, of course, have been a boon for Britain.

But successive governments have ignored concerns about the population explosion and its resulting social costs, relying on high immigration to keep the Treasury’s coffers pumped up.

That’s why only 13 per cent of voters believe our politicians tell the truth about immigration.

About time MPs start to listen.

 Ruth Davidson's words will strike a chord with anyone who has ever suffered mental illness

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Ruth Davidson's words will strike a chord with anyone who has ever suffered mental illness

ONE in four Brits suffer from mental health problems yet for many it isn’t an easy subject to discuss.

So we welcome Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson speaking up.

With every intervention from high-profile figures, such as Ms Davidson and Prince Harry, the stigma around mental health further ebbs away.

Her words will strike a chord with anyone who has ever suffered mental illness, or known someone who has.

We salute you, Ruth.

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Those who see it will be so lucky, lucky, lucky...

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