My Interview with Talk TV’s Richard Tice

Please find below my Interview with Talk TV’s Richard Tice where we discussed the Coronation, the local election results and net migration.

You can find my interview below between 26:18-36:48.



  1. rose
    May 10, 2023

    Not much has changed since 1968 when Enoch referred in his Birmingham speech to:

    “… archbishops who live in palaces, faring delicately with the bedclothes pulled right up over their heads. They have got it exactly and diametrically wrong.”

    1. Peter
      May 10, 2023

      A question for Tice would be –

      When, if ever, will the Reform Party begin serious campaigning for the next General Election?

      With the Conservatives at a low ebb after local elections I thought they might have started by now.

  2. a-tracy
    May 10, 2023

    Very good, but why on earth can’t the Conservative party attract more people like Richard Tice and less like several lib dem MPs we have like Tobias Ellwood and older candidates like Rory Stewart and Antoinette Sandbach, who stood under her true colours at the last election as does her daughter now a Lib Dem?

    Recently her retweets suggested that the Tories have stopped processing asylum applications on purpose, and she was in your party, so should know. Apparently, 2014 under May 90% were processed within 6 months, by 2017 under Rudd, dropped to 55%, by 2019 under Javid dropped to 25% , 2022 only 10% were processed under Patel.

  3. rose
    May 10, 2023

    It was obvious the EU Retained Law Bill would go as soon as Boris and Miss Truss were toppled. We’ve already lost the NIP Bill which would have liberated N Ireland from the EU, and the Mainland as well; and now we lose this EU Retained Law Bill. Next we will lose toppled Brexiteer Raab’s Bill of Rights which was to have replaced Blair’s Human Rights Act.

    The EU Retained Law Bill was essential and it is as dishonest as a remainiac can be to say it is undemocratic to get rid of these thousands of EU laws without scrutinising them one by one in Parliament. Who scrutinised and debated them on the way in? No-one. No-one in the EU Parliament and no-one in our Parliament. They came in like confetti, having been drawn up in secret behind closed doors. Now they all have to be reviewed one by one in a long drawn out Parliamentary process, to say nothing of the Civil Service one. And all because the Civil Service said it was too much work to do what JRM planned, just get rid of them.

    1. Jeffers
      May 10, 2023

      Rose these bills are being frustrated because wiser older people in this country know only too well the dreadful mistake we have made with brexit and the aftermath – they also know the tremendous effort that is going to be needed to get us back on track – all sensible people know that our future lies with Europe so no point in throwing everything out when a lot of the legalities etc are going to be needed again sometime – probably in another say ten twenty years

    2. Lemming
      May 11, 2023

      Badly wrong, Rose. The NIP Bill would not have changed one comma of the Protocol, it would simply have put the UK in breach of its agreed international obligations. The other “plans” have been scrapped because they were Brexit fantasies which cannot stand collision with reality. Brexit is falling apart before your eyes, as you were told would happen once reality kicked in

      1. rose
        May 11, 2023

        No, seven years after the referendum, the powerful people sitll won’t accept it. Not because they are older and wiser, not because Brexit was wrong, but because they suffer from a crippling group think. They are blind to what the EU did to us and to what we could become without it.

        They should imagine to themselves the Japanese suddenly announcing they were going into political and economic union with most of the Asian mainland, big countries and small, rich and poor. Would they urge them on, saying it is a brilliant way to run a country, you will do so much better that way?

  4. British Patriot
    May 10, 2023

    Patriotic, conservative and common-sense voters stayed at home as they couldn’t see any party worth voting for. They will NOT return to the Conservative fold at the general election. Many will continue to abstain, while others will vote Reform UK (which will then be standing candidates in every constituency). The Tories wil be obliterated, and that’s a GOOD thing, as only then can a decent party sprout from their ashes. The current Conservative party is NOT conservative at all, but a FAR-LEFT internationalist party that is destroying Britain.

  5. The Prangwizard
    May 10, 2023

    We should not waste our time listening to all this. Sir John has no demonstative respect for critical views of Tories expressed here.

    It has no respect for us and Sir John will urge us to vote for him and his party generally no matter how much he states opposition and no matter how disasterous it is, because he will always believe the party should come first. That is an unacceptable position to take but they all hold arrogant views they consider superior to ours.

    We are of no importance.

  6. Rhoddas
    May 10, 2023

    UK migration bill ‘morally unacceptable’, says archbishop…. Nonsense, the criminal traffickers are exploiting a desire by mostly economic migrants to leave France (by premise – a 1st world country) to seek asylum in UK (also supposedly 1st world). How do we effectively deter and deal with folk who wish to enter illegally….?
    Personally I would push them back to France, like the aussies did, rather than Rwanda, lower cost and great baiting material vs les Francais..

    In any event it’s the legal migration which is ACTUALLY the main ISSUE ~500k net immigration coming in on cheap salaries £26.5k (far too low), other visa’s etc and then they can bring in their extended family after ~5 years.

    This is your Party’s responsibility Sir J, why not CHANGE these rules?…. Where are we to house all these people year on year on year…. knock on to all our infrastructure, which is NOT keeping pace.
    Maybe there are jobs for mostly everyone, in which case be HONEST, if it’s good for jobs & TAX receipts then say as much, BUT you still need all the knock on accommodation and infrastructure.
    And it certainly WASN’T in your winning manifesto.

    Expect to lose the GE and thus we get a coalition to continue this left wing agenda and worse, so so sad… and wholly avoidable. Where is the shotgun…..

  7. Cuibono
    May 10, 2023

    Oh what a lovely, sensible, normal interview.
    An absolute joy to watch.

  8. Bloke
    May 10, 2023

    Splendid communication.

  9. Cuibono
    May 10, 2023

    Looks like Mr Bridgen has gone over to Reform.
    Good for him!
    Will more follow when they see the Brexit betrayal that is said to be going on?

    Reply Do not lie. He has gone to Reclaim.

    1. Cuibono
      May 11, 2023

      Not an intentional lie… a genuine mistake. (I’m not actually a liar. Really)
      And a very silly mistake at that I now see.
      But I do often get words and numbers muddled up.
      Not really fit to try to take part in this.

  10. Iain gill
    May 11, 2023

    Well said John. Although by now I think it’s obvious you are wasting your time. All the main parties are talking nonsense. The government are a disgrace. Completely the wrong kinds of people are being selected as political candidates, so the voters are not really getting a choice. And it doesn’t matter who wins elections, the public sector does whatever fashion it comes up with regardless. It’s madness. It’s destroying the country.

  11. XY
    May 11, 2023

    Did you ask Mr Tice why Andrew Bridgen joined Reclaim instead of his Reform party?

    1. rose
      May 11, 2023

      Reclaim is dedicated to Free Speech in an absolute way within the law that the others aren’t.

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