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NADINE DORRIES: I understand your anger against the conservatives. But voting for reform could result in a Starmer dictatorship that lasts forever.

NADINE DORRIES: I understand your anger against the conservatives.  But voting for reform could result in a Starmer dictatorship that lasts forever.
NADINE DORRIES: I understand your anger against the conservatives.  But voting for reform could result in a Starmer dictatorship that lasts forever.

 


Already tired of elections? Half of me just wants this all to be over and done with; the other fears the prospect of an elected Labor dictatorship which we will face when we wake up on Friday 5 July.

Whatever happens, the Conservative Party faces annihilation.

If you have read my book, The Plot, you will know that I hold Rishi Sunak and those around him responsible for the fate of the Party. This is because of their decision to bring down Boris Johnson.

There are of course others involved: Michael Gove, a large number of Remainers and MPs like Mark Harper, who pompously denounced Boris, saying: “I no longer think he is worthy of the great office that he keeps busy.”

They have been aided and abetted by left-wing broadcasters and journalists, as well as a group of unelected manipulators and tricksters who have been practicing black magic within the Conservative Party for many years.

It is absolutely true that a vote for the Reformers is a vote for a Keir Starmer government (pictured), writes Nadine Dorries.

This unholy alliance still insists that “it was not Rishi who caused this disaster, but Boris and then Liz Truss”. It's a phrase that was thrown at me only a few days ago, while I was on a panel on the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg politics show.

So let's demolish it for its absurdity first, shall we?

As I wrote in my book, shortly before Boris was impeached by MPs, we were only 4 points behind in the polls. And given that we had been in power for 12 years at that point, it was a remarkable place for the government to be.

This small deficit makes a mockery of another claim made to excuse Rishi Sunak of any responsibility: that he did not have time to turn things around.

What, a four point difference in the polls? Pathetic. Boris Johnson inherited a 17 per cent deficit from Theresa May and turned it around in six months. Rishi Sunak turned 20 months old.

But, preferring to stick pins in their eyes rather than admit that they were wrong to get rid of Boris, these Party saboteurs will continue to utter their idiotic lies until their last breath.

It’s enough to distract any true conservative. It's no wonder so many of you are angry about the situation and tempted to vote Reform.

I hear the same complaint everywhere. “What’s the point of voting Conservative if MPs decide to dismiss the Prime Minister I voted for? This is not democracy. Why should I care? I voted for Boris. They can “go away.”

Every word is sincere, full of exasperation and true and I understand.

But here's the problem. On the morning of July 5, Rishi Sunak will no longer be Prime Minister. He finished. He may not even be an MP.

If he retains his seat, he will remain leader in name only until a new one is chosen by Conservative Party members.

I doubt he will immediately flee to America, as many predict. He will have the decency to remain a backbencher for the five year period he has announced, but I suspect there will be a by-election in his constituency of Richmond and Northallerton within two years.

So my plea is this. When you vote on July 4, forget Rishi. Also forget the MPs who behaved so disgustingly by ousting Boris in exchange for a place at the cabinet table. Most of them will lose their seats.

And just accept that it is a foregone conclusion that Sir Keir Starmer will be Prime Minister in just a few weeks.

But what we must do is think about the future in the cold light of day, far from the heat of the electoral campaign. Think about the real consequences of voting for Reform UK and what it could mean by the time Rishi is long gone and sunbathing on a beach in Malibu.

Nigel Farage is a man who loves the limelight and enjoys spending time in the US with his friend Donald Trump, writes Ms Dorries.

Nigel Farage is a man who loves the limelight and enjoys spending time in the US with his friend Donald Trump, writes Ms Dorries.

Think of Starmer being prime minister of a conservative opposition party that has so few seats that its power is unbridled and the country is run by an elected dictatorship.

The fact is that voting Reform does not mean that there will be many Reform MPs. At most, there will only be a handful among 650 others. And Nigel Farage, as nice as he is, could be one of them, having been elected in Clacton where he is standing.

Perhaps Farage will be a good local MP, spending his winter Fridays in village halls listening to the woes of his constituents.

But he is a man who loves being in the spotlight and enjoys spending time in the United States with his friend Donald Trump.

Electoral reform is not a harmless protest vote. Because it could significantly reduce the number of Conservative MPs who strengthen the strength of the opposition and can hold back the Labor movement.

It is absolutely true that a vote for Reform is a vote for Labor and could lead to this elected dictatorship. Think about what the consequences would be. Regardless of what the Party claims today, I would say it is almost certain that the capital gains tax will be applied to sales of primary residence homes.

The Labor Party has never been the party of homeownership, despite what Angela Rayner would have you believe. If you think you might want to move at some point, be prepared to pay a hefty tax bill on any profit you make.

Today's literary gem

“We must accept limited disappointment, but never lose infinite hope”

Martin Luther King

Nigel Farage can't stop this from happening, but by voting Reform and reducing the Tory opposition to a mere rump, you will ensure that a Labor government can pass anything without opposition. Vote for reform and make it even easier for Labor.

It will be too late to repent once you vote. With an elected dictatorship, you can only wait with bated breath for Labor to tax state pensions or increase tax rates on private pensions while looking at our history and heritage, embodied in our cultural statues and sculptures, revealed on News at Ten.

Wealth creators are already fleeing Britain in anticipation of Starmer. And as the tax revenue they bring into the Treasury coffers decreases, your taxes will increase to fill the deficit needed to pay the social bill.

They said they wouldn't raise the income tax now, but in two years they'll say, “But that was back then.”

Votes for 16-year-olds, who overwhelmingly support the left, and so many other measures to ensure Labor stays in power forever will simply pass.

A reform vote will lock us in the grip of socialism for years to come. But by then, Nigel will be hot on Rishi's heels, heading for whatever high-paying job Trump has lined up for him. And, dear reader, the fact is that we both know it's true.

Eamonn Holmes, if you're reading this, I for one want to see you in the Big Brother house. If you watch Eamonn presenting the breakfast show on GB News, with Isabel Webster, you quickly learn that he has a wicked sense of humor and is simply a very nice man. BB needs candidates with a little worldly wisdom to make it interesting. I think Eamonn would shine.

Divorce? Ben is still Jen's hero

Rumors surrounding Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez's possible divorce are gathering pace, despite the fact that she posted a Father's Day message to Ben on her Instagram account, with the words “Our Hero.” There's obviously still a lot of love there.

Hopefully, if the rumors are true, Ben will be able to maintain as harmonious a relationship with J-Lo as he did with his first wife, Pearl Harbor co-star and mother of his three children, Jennifer Garner.

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