ANDREW PIERCE: Corbyn Junior flops again as cannabis king

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Many Labor MPs are passionate supporters of cannabis legalization. None but Jeremy Corbyn, the former Labor leader who has long campaigned for drug law reform.

But for the second time in two years, his son Tommy’s cannabis business has gone up in smoke.

Filing with Companies House shows that The Hemp Cafe Ltd has been removed from the company register.

Tommy started the company immediately after his National Hemp Service Ltd (NHS) failed in 2019.

He runs a store in north London and a mail order business that sells products that contain a legal cannabis-derived substance called CBD, such as oil capsules and CBD-infused candy.

But The Hemp Cafe Ltd was removed from the company register on October 19th and formally dissolved last week on October 26th. Such action is often taken when directors fail to submit the filing in a timely manner.

Tommy (left) started the company immediately after the failure of his National Hemp Service Ltd (NHS) in 2019

Closing a second company linked to his cannabis business will embarrass his father Jeremy even more.

The first company went down in 2019, with £ 100,000 in debt, not long after the Labor leader at the time said his most trusted advisor on business policy was his son, Tommy.

Witchell wasn’t wise to whine

The outburst from the BBC’s veteran Royal Correspondent Nicholas Witchell that Buckingham Palace is not transparent about the Queen’s recent hospitalization continues to divide opinion.

On a podcast, TV comedian Frank Skinner said: “Witchell railed about the palace on TV, failing to inform him about the Queen’s health.

Witchell has friends in high positions.  Or he thought he did.  It turned out to be a little lower places than he thought

Witchell has friends in high positions. Or he thought he did. It turned out to be a little lower places than he thought

I thought, ‘Mind your own business, Witchell!’ The whole subtext read: ‘Without me she would be nothing. . . I discovered her, and now she’s turned against me! ‘

No, it’s the queen. Witchell has friends in high positions. Or he thought he did.

It turned out to be a little lower places than he thought.

Rev. Theresa May’s daughter has joined the board of directors of the Westminster Abbey Institute, which helps “revive moral and spiritual values ​​in public life”.

It’s unpaid work. Not that she needs extra money.

May has coined £ 1.5m in speaking fees since her overthrow as Prime Minister in July 2019.

After Blairite’s ex-minister Lord Adonis blamed Brexit for pumping raw sewage into rivers, Environment Minister Lord Goldsmith branded him “fundamentally dishonest” and added: “Sewage has been pumped into watercourses for decades – even under his supervision.”

Tory MP Sir Desmond Swayne did his part to save fuel – and it didn’t end well.

Despite the wind and rain, he decided to ride his bike to an evening event in his constituency, New Forest West.

After dragging himself up a long hill, he was enjoying the descent on the other side when he was blinded by the headlights of an oncoming car.

He recalls: “I slipped on the rough road, fell head over heels, cut my leg through rain pants and trousers and got so badly bruised that I’ve been hobbling ever since.”

Comfortable, safe gas guzzlers from now on, Sir Des.

Nobody will be Keir’s friend

Opinion polls continue to show that Boris Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer is well ahead on personal approval.

Now I hear that when Starmer invited Labor MPs to chat and take pictures in his office, as part of his attempts to improve his relations with the Parliamentary Party, only 20 showed up.

If he can’t convince his backbenchers, what does the public hope for?

If he can't convince his backbenchers, what does the public hope for?  He's also fighting in his own back yard

If he can’t convince his backbenchers, what does the public hope for? He’s also fighting in his own back yard

He’s also fighting in his own back yard.

Lorna Russell, the deputy mayor of his local Camden ward, has defected to the Green Party.

She said, “At the national level, I am concerned that the [Labour] The party lacks a coherent vision for the future. ‘ In other words, she blames Starmer.