THE sheer cheek of France’s preening president defies belief.
Sneering Emmanuel Macron claims Britain’s credibility is on the line over the Brexit fishing row.
Macron’s hissy-fit over fishing rights is a desperate attempt to shore up his flagging presidential election campaignCredit: AFP
“When you spend years negotiating a treaty then a few months later do the opposite . . . it’s not a big sign of your credibility,’’ he whines.
Has the pound shop Napoleon forgotten that is precisely what his EU pals did when they tried to block our vaccine supplies going through Northern Ireland weeks after Brexit?
And why should we be lectured on credibility by a man who first bad-mouthed the British AstraZeneca jab then tried to steal millions of doses from our supplies?
Macron’s hissy-fit over fishing rights is a desperate attempt to shore up his flagging presidential election campaign.
With his lead in the polls wafer-thin, the tin-pot autocrat is terrified of facing his own Waterloo next year.
Even Macron’s former boss and mentor, ex-President Francois Hollande, has turned on him and branded his policies spineless.
But, true to form, the BBC wasted no time trumpeting his two-faced comments.
A day after pledging to crack down on bias the Corporation led its news bulletin with the French leader’s attack.
In any battle with the EU, the BBC rarely seems to take Britain’s side.
THE little boy injured in the Kabul airport bomb became the human face of the West’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The two-year-old, dubbed the Angel of Kabul, has now been flown to London to be reunited with his mum.
Thanks to Priti Patel and Liz Truss brave Mohammad Raza has been able to join his family in the UK
The image of Mohammad Raza lying on a hospital bed moved the nation after The Sun on Sunday revealed his plight.
His life-threatening injuries were treated in a neighbouring country.
We must do all we can to welcome brave Afghans who aided our troops.
No one deserves a safe home here more.
NOW is the moment that talking about climate change has to turn into united action.
Now is the moment that talking about climate change has to turn into united actionCredit: Alamy
But it still represents the best chance we have for the future of our planet.
For that to happen, all world leaders must agree on the massive efforts needed.