My Interview last night with Dan Wooton on GB News

Please go to 1:23:38 – 1:30:10 to see my interview on YouTube with the link below


  1. Bryan Harris
    February 1, 2023


    Well said – No wonder you don’t have a lot of time to approve comments on this blog with all the interviews you give and articles you write.

    1. Nottingham Lad Himself
      February 2, 2023

      Fortunately, Heebie-GB News gets the limited viewership that it warrants.

      1. Bryan Harris
        February 2, 2023

        @Nottingham Lad Himself

        You’ll be happy to hear then, that GBNews viewers are increasing as they prefer a large element of truth compared to what they get on other media.

  2. Cuibono
    February 1, 2023

    Just watched!
    Oooooooh what a WONDERFUL interview.
    So uplifting and inspiring.
    I feel quite hopeful for once.
    JR reduced The Blob….

  3. glen cullen
    February 1, 2023

    SirJ you are truely wasted in ‘this’ Tory party

  4. Berkshire Alan
    February 1, 2023

    A last a person asking the right questions, and then letting you answer uninterrupted.

    Sadly the complete opposite happened on BBC Radio Berkshire, where they wanted to change the Topic from NHS Beds, that was agreed with you before hand, to try and talk about the ex Chancellor.

  5. a-tracy
    February 1, 2023

    Just watched it, good to see you enthusiastic and cheerful. Now go kick some backsides (metaphorically).

    Are you are aware there are big problems with French vehicles right now. We have been waiting four months on a new vans warranty repair (off the road the entire time), orders for new vehicles made early last year due for delivery September, then put off until December, just getting cancelled they won’t honour the order, and want to charge a lot more for the same vehicles with an extended waiting time.

    Your government need to free up import volumes from RoW vehicles and quickly or things will start to grind down to a halt. There is a problem getting Kia orders honoured to and the rental companies keep trying to force German replacements instead. Bizarre, we’ll wait.

  6. formula57
    February 1, 2023

    Another refreshing blast of fresh air from you. Why cannot those of your colleagues in the Cabinet give us such reassuring, clear-sighted, positive views? Too busy levelling up perhaps?

  7. Bloke
    February 1, 2023

    An interview of splendid substance. Many high quality points of improvement needing Govt action were raised with full supporting rationale clearly expressed. Numerous MPs are however inert and resist the will of the people whose needs and expectations their roles exist to deliver. The PM and Chancellor recklessly attempt ignorance, proceeding ineffectively without any useful or valid acts to enable overdue Brexit traction. They do not lead, but block, and should be removed from office completely out of the way.

  8. glen cullen
    February 1, 2023

    BoE to increase interest rate to 4% tomorrow ….does anyone in government know about this or even care

  9. Believeme
    February 1, 2023

    SirJohn has a way to make the best of things – to be seen always to talk things up – unlike the BBC programme the other night devoted to brexit where a lot of the audience, some of them business people, gave such a gloomy downbeat forecast for our prospects – it’s hard to know what to believe anymore. Question is – If things were to have been so good by now then why are we in so much difficulty even the protocol business has been handled badly- can’t all be the fault of the dreaded Covid or the Ukraine war – seems to me that govrrnment and politicians have to take their share for telling porkies and leading us astray.

    1. rose
      February 2, 2023

      We are in a bad way because:
      1 We have gold plated Net Zero. This means our energy bills, plus unnecessary tax on them, are twice other people’s. Prosperity in the modern world is founded on cheap and reliable energy.
      2 We gold plated EU directives and still haven’t thrown them off. This means we haven’t benefited from our Brexit freedom.
      3 Unlimited immigration has driven down wages and conditions, investment and productivity. Our GDP per capita is below Southern Ireland.
      3 We shut down the country for two and half years with many ramifications. Small business went bust. Big business cleaned up, often based abroad. Many people never came back to work. Supply lines were disrupted.
      4 The Bank of England, with Chancellor Sunak’s written permission, printed money [and held down interest rates], thus creating inflation. It is now sharply reversing, thus creating a recession. Chancellor Sunak ran a deficit for two years of a quarter of a trillion.
      5 The Treasury has put up taxes when it should have cut them.

      Others can no doubt add to the list which is just to be going on with.

  10. SimonR
    February 1, 2023

    Great interview Sir John.

  11. Donna
    February 2, 2023

    Goodness, we’ve been allowed a glimpse of that very rare beast – a genuine patriotic Conservative.

    Best keep a record of it because they’re almost extinct now.

  12. pd
    February 2, 2023

    good interview, stating the obvious. why aren’t there more like JC?

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