Zelensky will be a brave knight
BRAVE Volodymyr Zelensky unified his country in the face of overwhelming odds.
President of Ukraine unwavering stance against Vladimir Putin has shaken Western leaders.
His defiant speeches, including last week’s inspirational speech to the Commons, caught the attention of Russia’s brutal war machine.
By refusing to back down from tyrants or flee from the front lines, he embodies the values the British hold dear.
So why not send a clear message of support to him and his countrymen by making him an honorary knight?
Of course, such an award in honor of the Queen’s birthday will not stop President Putin from pursuing his path.
But it would be another slap in the face to the corrupt autocrats of the Kremlin.
As Congressman Bob Seely said: “President Zelensky has been a real leader.
“He gave a voice and an example to his people in their hour of bravery. Make him Sir Volodymyr. ”
We couldn’t agree more.
He is a complete Berc
MISSED John Bercow’s treatment of his staff is appalling.
The former Commons Speaker has been exposed as a monstrous bully whose behavior has embarrassed Parliament.
He even edited a taxpayer-funded portrait to show his former private secretary after she quit because of his aggressive behavior.
It’s a disgrace that this hated man can still claim a lavish public pension after all the damage he’s done.
State employees can have their pensions stripped if they are convicted of a crime.
The lovely Bercow deserves the same fate.
TV Takeaway’s Saturday night was without a bright star for weeks.
Stephen Mulhern is a key figure in Ant & Dec’s comedy machine.
So we wish him a speedy recovery from his recent hospital visit.
Back to TV soon, Stephen.
The show wouldn’t be the same without you.
Support the cause
Your heartfelt messages of support for the Ukrainian people are truly amazing.
They brought tears to the brave, fighting victims on Putin’s autocracy.
Thank you, but keep them coming.
Ukrainians need every comfort they can get.
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