#7176708 at 2019-07-25 06:30:36 (UTC+1) Q Research General #9182: Q drops! Lots of them! Decode them while they're hot! Edition
Resignations in the news today - part 1
Gateway School Board appoints new member to fill vacancy created by resignation
Elgin's First Congregational Church to celebrate retiring minister July 28
At Hopkins, 1 Professor Is Fired and Another Resigns
Rajya Sabha bids farewell to five retiring members from Tamil Nadu
Two Animal Shelter of Sullivan County board members resign; acting manager named
Caledonia Deputy In Off-Duty Speeding Case Fired
1 Town Council member remains after another resignation in Stevensville
New Lisbon Police Chief Brent Granger retires
Trumbull County 911 dispatcher resigns
City Librarian To Retire
Philip Hammond, DavidGauke And Rory Stewart Resign As Boris Johnson Prepares To Appoint His New Cabinet
Just 6 Months After Appointment, New Mexico Education Secretary Fired
LOCAL NEWS Jean Ackerman resigns from Sheffield council
Georgia teacher, baseball coach fired after child pornography arrest
Minister resigns before Boris Johnson becomes Prime Minister
Colvin retiring after 40 years in law enforcement, 15 as chief deputy
UK de facto deputy PM Lidington resigns ahead of new government
30 employees from Schools Development Authority fired
Developer of 1st US offshore wind farm resigns from Orsted
Lakewood Fire Marshal Dunphy to replace retiring Fire Chief Gilman
#7083924 at 2019-07-18 20:38:31 (UTC+1) Q Research General #9064: Salute last remains from WW2 being returned! WWG1WWA! Edition
Unelected Lords Pass Amendment to Stop No Deal Brexit
Unelected peers in the House of Lords have passed an amendment which could theoretically block Boris Johnson from suspending Parliament so that Britain can leave the EU on October 31st without a deal.
2pm Update: MPs vote in favour of preventing the full suspension of parliament, minister resigns, two members of Cabinet abstain
Members of Parliament voted on Thursday afternoon in support of an amendment to the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill which would prevent the full suspension of parliament if parliament is prorogued.
The Benn-Burt amendment, which outlines that if parliament is suspended, it must be recalled for five days of debate on Northern Ireland, passed 315 to 274 against (majority of 41).
The tally means that 17 Conservative MPs defied the whip and voted for the amendment.
Margot James, Minister for Digital and the Creative Industries, voted against the government and reportedly has resigned. Sky News's Beth Rigby reports that 30 Tory MPs abstained, including Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond and Secretary of State for Justice DavidGauke abstained, and that Prime Minister Theresa May will be calling for those ministers' resignations.
Wow big victory
- govt defeated 274 to 315
- govt loses by 41 votes
- Margot James has resigned as DCMS minister
- Cabinet abstentions including Clark Hammond Stewart Gauke. Will May ask them to resign
- Beth Rigby (@BethRigby) July 18, 2019
A vote on the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill will take place later on Thursday.
The original story continues below...
A bill put forward by Remainer Tory MP Dominic Grieve forcing MPs to produce fortnightly reports on the progress of restoring power sharing in Northern Ireland passed by one vote in the House of Commons on June 10th.
The Lords passed a motion on Wednesday by a majority of 103 which would strengthen that legislation, forcing MPs to not only produce the report, but present it fortnightly, as well, resulting in parliamentarians having to sit in the weeks leading up to the Halloween Brexit deadline.
The Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill is returning to the Commons for a further vote on Thursday.
The Guardian reports that 13 Tory Remainers are set to back the bill that includes the anti-Brexit amendment, with support from the pro-EU Liberal Democrats and the Labour Party, the latter having recently hardened its official position against a clean exit.
BBC Newsnight's Nicholas Watt said on Wednesday that a number of ministers could resign to back the bill, saying: "Tonight I've learnt there are big discussions amongst big ministers about whether they should resign tomorrow. It is to support a possible vote in Parliament which would effectively block the next prime minister from suspending Parliament."
Rudd, Hammond, Miller, the Lords: a Week of Remainer Plots to Stop Brexit https://t.co/FbqMeUe9HF
- Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) July 15, 2019
#7038665 at 2019-07-14 20:23:07 (UTC+1) Q Research General #9006: Status of Limits == Broken, Edition
Night of the Long Knives: Boris May Purge Remainers from Cabinet
Reports suggest that Tory leadership favourite Boris Johnson may purge Remainers opposed to delivering Brexit, deal or no deal, from his Cabinet.
The former Foreign Secretary and two-time Mayor of London is concerned that staunch anti-Brexiteers such as Amber Rudd, who now say they would serve under a Prime Minister Johnson, are only doing so in hopes they will be able to dissuade him from leaving the EU on No Deal terms if the bloc will not agree to a less onerous withdrawal agreement than the one offered to Theresa May.
"[Johnson] knows his top priority is to deliver Brexit by October 31st - or the wheels will come off the bus," a soource described as a "senior ally" told The Sun.
"Over the next few days he needs to pick ministers who are united in their desire to get us over the line come what may. Fail and we're stuck in the road - and Boris is finished."
Johnson is said to be considering sacking Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip 'Remainer Phil' Hammond, who is now openly lobbying against No Deal, as well as business secretary Greg Clark, justice secretary DavidGauke, and - perhaps unsupringly - foreign aid secretary Rory Stewart.
These reports come as committed Brexiteers within the party are expressing concerns about Remain voters who now claim they back Brexit being rumoured to be in line for senior Cabinet jobs.
"There needs to a Praetorian Guard - a ring of steel - around Boris so he doesn't fold when faced with Whitehall," a source told The Sun.
"People are worried. There's all this talk of Sajid [Javid] being made Chancellor, Liz [Truss] going into business. They're born again Brexiteers - remember they both voted Remain," they warned.
"Boris needs to remember who's got him here in the first place."
The Brexiteers are said to want key positions for European Research Group (ERG) mainstays such as Steve Baker, the former Brexit minister - but Johnson's difficulty is that a majority of Tory MPs voted Remain, the party already runs a minority administration, and if a significant number of Tory Remainers began voting with anti-Brexit opposition parties on a regular basis his premiership could become untenable.
Farage Vows to 'Replace the British Conservative Party' If Boris Betrays Brexit
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has vowed his Brexit Party will "replace the British Conservative Party" if Boris Johnson betrays Brexit.
Speaking to Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow on his SiriusXM Patriot radio show, Mr Farage traced much of Britain's current problems to the fact that many Brexit campaigners took Theresa May - a Remain voter - at her word when she took over from David Cameron and promised the Leave vote would be respected, even if it meant leaving the European Union without a bilateral agreement, or "deal".
As it turned out, Mrs May broke her promise - issued at least 108 times from the Prime Minister's despatch box in the House of Commons - to take Britain out of the bloc on March 29th 2019, and has delayed Brexit twice, because she could not get a "deal" denounced as a "surrender document" through Parliament and would not, after all, countenance leaving the bloc without one.
Farage warned that the Brexit Party will not make the same mistake if Johnson becomes Prime Minister, as is expected, and will remain active to ensure Brexit voters have someone to turn to if the Tory MP betrays them.
"We know we can't trust the Conservatives, because they're not really conservative... we will not be going home, we will not be going away - but there are circumstances in which some form of electoral pact, some form of accommodation, could be possible," he suggested.
#5863039 at 2019-03-24 16:31:39 (UTC+1) Q Research General #7500: Good Morning, Have A Great Day! Edition
UK Coup Erupts: Theresa May Cabinet In Revolt, Plotting Her Imminent Overthrow
Theresa May may have days, if not hours, left as prime minister of the UK following a full-blown cabinet coup on Saturday night as senior ministers moved to oust the UK prime minister and replace her with her deputy, David Lidington. According to the Sunday Times, following a "frantic series of private telephone calls", senior ministers agreed the prime minister must announce she is standing down, warning that she has become a toxic and "erratic" figure whose judgment has "gone haywire." The plotters reportedly plan to confront May at a cabinet meeting on Sunday and demand that she announces she is quitting. If she refuses, they will threaten mass resignations or publicly demand her head. The "conspirators" were locked in talks late on Saturday to try reach a consensus deal on a new prime minister so there does not have to be a protracted leadership contest.
The Sunday Times, which reported that up to 11 cabinet minister confirmed they wanted the prime minister to make way for someone else, said that at six senior ministers want her deputy, David Lidington, to deliver Brexit and then make way for a full leadership contest in the autumn. Lidington's supporters include cabinet remainers Greg Clark, Amber Rudd and DavidGauke. The chancellor, Philip Hammond, also believes Lidington should take over if May refuses this week to seek a new consensus deal on Brexit. Sajid Javid, has agreed to put his own leadership ambitions on hold until the autumn to clear the way for Lidington - as long as his main rivals do the same. The relatively unfamiliar - especially outside the UK - Lidington "is understood not to be pressing for the top job but is prepared to take over if that is the will of cabinet. He would agree not to stand in the contest to find a permanent leader." A cabinet source said: "David's job would be to secure an extension with the EU, find a consensus for a new Brexit policy and then arrange an orderly transition to a new leader." Lidington's friends want him to pledge to allow the cabinet to decide Brexit policy in order to get Hunt and Gove on board, urging the three cabinet heavyweights to work together to take control of the government.
Michael Gove, a leading Brexiteer in the 2016 referendum, and Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt also have some support. Hunt, the foreign secretary, does not support Lidington because he believes he would do a deal with Labour to take Britain into a permanent customs union with the EU, although he has lost confidence in May's ability to take advice or deliver the deal. Meanwhile environment secretary Gove has a leadership team in place and a raft of supporters who have been recruited in a series of secret dinners hosted by Mel Stride, the Treasury minister. Gove is said to be ready to support Lidington if others do but is sceptical that agreement will be reached.
#5377925 at 2019-02-25 19:32:52 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6874: Next to Fall Edition
Govt Plans to End Short Prison Sentences Could 'Unleash Crime Wave'
UK government plans to do away with short prison sentences could result in tens of thousands of convicts on Britain's streets, "unleashing a crime wave" on citizens, a think tank report has warned.
Civitas's report published Monday predicts that the government's proposal to abandon custodial sentences of fewer than six months for certain crimes in favour of community service orders and curfews would mean approximately 34,000 criminals would be let loose, 30,000 of whom would be repeat offenders.
Earlier this month Justice Minister DavidGauke said there was "a very strong case to abolish sentences of 6 months or less altogether," marking the Conservative Party's departure from its traditional stance on incarcerating criminals in favour of so-called "smart" justice.
While the changes would not affect those convicted of violent or sex crimes, it would mean a substantial number of burglars, thieves, fraudsters, drink-drivers, and those caught in the possession of drugs and knives not receiving time in jail.
The Civitas report, "Ending Short Prison Sentences: An amnesty for prolific thieves and burglars?", used Ministry of Justice data from 2017 to estimate that the changes in sentencing would result in the "effective decriminalisation of shoplifting" where custodial sentences for thefts from shops would fall from an already-low 21 percent of convictions to 0.4 percent and 58 percent of burglars avoiding prison - up from 44 percent.
The report warns that it would be the "effective end" of prison for drug possession, an "even more lax approach" to drink driving, and would result in even fewer custodial sentences for those carrying knives, with the proportion of those avoiding prison rising from 70 percent to 83 percent - while the UK has seen the highest level of knife crime on record.
A London magistrate also said the proposed changes would be a "get-out-of-jail-free card" for serious offenders tried at magistrates' courts, which can give a maximum sentence of six months.
"They [criminals] all know that the maximum that Magistrates can give is six months. So as long as they plead guilty at the last minute, even the minimum 10% discount will always mean a non-custodial sentence," the magistrate explained.
*DavidGauke MP, Secretary of State for Justice – Gauked@parliament.uk
#453143 at 2018-02-21 20:28:29 (UTC+1) Q Research General #557: #TwitterLockout Edition
UKfags - Here's a list of all MPs who voted against protecting Child Abuse Whistleblowers. Why?
Sir David Amess
Sir Tony Baldry
Sir Paul Beresford
Simon Burns David Burrowes
Sir William Cash
Tracey Crouch David T. C. Davies
Nick de Bois
Sir Alan Duncan
Iain Duncan Smith
Nigel Evans David Evennett
Mr Mark Francois
Sir Roger Gale
Sir Edward Garnier
Mr Nick Gibb
Sir Alan Haselhurst
Sir Oliver Heald
Sir Gerald Howarth
Andrew Jones David Jones
Sir Greg Knight
Ian Liddell-Grainger David Lidington
Sir Peter Luff
Anne Marie Morris David Morris
Stephen Mosley David Mowat David Mundell
Jesse Norman David Nuttall
Sir Richard Ottaway
Sir James Paice
Sir John Randall
Sir Hugh Robertson
Amber Rudd David Ruffley David Rutley
Sir Nicholas Soames
Justin Tomlinson David Tredinnick
Dame Angela Watkinson
Bill Wiggin David Willetts
Sir George Young
Liberal Democrats: 40
Sir Alan Beith
Sir Malcolm Bruce
Mr Edward Davey
Sir Nick Harvey
Charles Kennedy David Laws
Sir Bob Russell
Sir Robert Smith
Sir Andrew Stunell
John Thurso David Ward
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#25622 at 2019-07-23 16:12:52 (UTC+1) QRB General #33: Bread CheKKed, D.C. Rekt Edition
Boris Johnson's Brexit 2.0: Can the New PM Deliver?
Boris Johnson, the public face of the Brexit campaign, won the contest to succeed Theresa May as British prime minister, taking over a country in crisis and a government on the brink of breaking apart.
After a six-week leadership race, which he led from the start, 55-year-old Johnson defeated his rival Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt by a landslide in a ballot of the Conservative Party's roughly 160,000 members.
"I say to all the doubters ... we are going to energize the country, we are going to get Brexit done on Oct. 31, we are going to take advantage of all the opportunities that it will bring in a new spirit of can do," Johnson said in acceptance speech. "Like some slumbering giant we are going to rise and ping off the guy ropes of self-doubt and negativity."
The pound erased the day's losses against the dollar, and was up against all major peers after the announcement.
The result marks the end of a bruising battle for the biggest job in British politics and the start of what threatens to be a brutal new phase in the civil war inside the government over Brexit.
The incoming prime minister has just 100 days to negotiate a new divorce deal with the European Union before the U.K. is due to leave the bloc at the end of October.
He must do so despite opposition from the EU and a growing rebellion from his own colleagues, including a group of ministers quitting the government because they can't work for him. Within minutes of Johnson's victory, Justice Secretary DavidGauke confirmed he was resigning from the government.
An hour later, International Development Secretary Rory Stewart also announced he would quit. On Sunday, Philip Hammond said he would stand down as finance minister. Hammond has declined to rule out voting to topple Johnson's government if it's the only way to stop a no-deal Brexit.
The rebels inside the party Johnson now leads are vowing to fight his policy of exiting the EU with or without an agreement -- "do or die" -- by the hard deadline of Oct. 31. Adding to his problems is the Tories' lack of an automatic majority in Parliament -- and Democratic Unionist Party, the small Northern Irish grouping that props up the Conservatives, wants to renegotiate the terms of its continuing support.
Even with the DUP on board, Johnson's majority is perilously small, after a number of defections and defeats. Some Conservative believe a general election is inevitable and Johnson's team have been war-gaming their options for a snap poll in the fall.
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#6186173 at 2019-04-15 18:39:50 (UTC+1) Q Research UK #5: Brexit Fkry edition Ebake
DavidGauke facing vote of no confidence
Covered by my local rag
#5862373 at 2019-03-24 15:30:26 (UTC+1) Q Research UK #2: The UNITED STATES is WITH YOU
Q & Q+ Please help us Leave the EU.
Since before the Referendum to Leave, Project Fear has been in full effect. Project Fear was used in reverse to take us into the Common Market and then keep us in when a Referendum was held whether to leave the EEC in 1975.
Common Market and EEC (European Economic Community) were a couple of the names used by the EU to fool people that it was just a loose co-operation of Nations to enable seamless trade. Only when they felt their position was strong enough did they then change the name to EU after treatise such as Marsstrict, Dublin & Lisbon.
Since Leave won the Referendum the Remain campaign against us Leavers has been relentless on all levels from all sides. Almost the entire MSM, with the BBC leading the way. Political shows such as Question Time consistently have panels made up of 1 Leaver and 3 or 4 remainers with a remain chairman and predominately remain audience.
Censorship, lies and misinformation we have had it all, but we stand strong against it.
Q, Q+ and Anons please dig dig dig on the following names. They are all in different positions and levels in society but one thing connects them is their love of the EU
DavidGauke (MP), Amber Rudd (MP), Brendan Barber (Union man), Lucy Thomas (pundit), Lord Rose (Remain donor), Anna Sourbry (MP), Ken Clarke (MP) Kier Starmmer (MP), David Lammy (MP),Lord Sainsbury (Businessman),.
The following names need deep digging -
Olly Robbins (High level Civil Servant, the real power behind the Govt negotiating team)
Gina Miller (Business Woman)
Owen Jones (Journalist)
Roland Rudd (PR consultant and Brother of Amber Rudd)
I know the following are all deep in the whole DS corruption, but any information will help.
Samantha Cameron (Wife of PM David, Member of Astor Family)
Miriam Gonzalez Durantez (Wife of Joint PM Nick Clegg)
Tony Blair (Former PM)
I have been against the EU for a long long time, and now the UK is on the verge of leaving I fear it might be scuppered at the last minute.
Please help us with Brexit we are despite being the Majority struggling.
Q+ If we don't leave the EU please take us in because the UK will not be a place for Leavers anymore