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1 hour ago, Clown Job said:

Of course he does 

 

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I always wonder about this 'fastest growing economy in the G7' line that Johnson takes? Is that because we performed so badly at the start of the pandemic that simply returning to where we were towards the end produces such high growth rates?

https://fullfact.org/economy/january-2022-gdp-growth-g7/

https://commonslibrary.parliament.uk/research-briefings/sn02784/

 

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"Sometimes less is more. When the Metropolitan police finally got round to investigating the parties at No 10, after being presented with the evidence by Sue Gray, and then insisted she doctor her final report, it was generally assumed to be a win for The Suspect. The Greased Piglet escapes again after an establishment cover-up. Only Gray had other ideas.

Rather than punting out a whitewash, she just said: “f**k you” and downed tools.

Gray wasn’t going to play ball. She was going to make clear there was no way she could submit a meaningful report when 12 of the 16 parties were subject to a criminal investigation."

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/jan/31/faced-with-the-gray-report-johnson-was-left-without-honesty-and-without-honour

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...And there we are. 5 Live reporting that at an open meeting of all Tory MP's tonight, not a single one called for him to go. The mood was 'very positive', and some felt 'pumped up' after hearing the man himself announce his grand plans going forward.

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11 minutes ago, Florentine_Pogen said:

"Sometimes less is more. When the Metropolitan police finally got round to investigating the parties at No 10, after being presented with the evidence by Sue Gray, and then insisted she doctor her final report, it was generally assumed to be a win for The Suspect. The Greased Piglet escapes again after an establishment cover-up. Only Gray had other ideas.

Rather than punting out a whitewash, she just said: “f**k you” and downed tools.

Gray wasn’t going to play ball. She was going to make clear there was no way she could submit a meaningful report when 12 of the 16 parties were subject to a criminal investigation."

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/jan/31/faced-with-the-gray-report-johnson-was-left-without-honesty-and-without-honour

Lot of shite.

Sue Gray did nothing and allowed herself to be sidelined exactly as Johnson wanted. And probably what she also wanted. The Guardian are rubbing themselves like it is a Marina Hyde column. No one gives a f**k.

Boris was in parliament calling Starmer a pedo protector and the labour front bench junkies. If he wasn't done tonight then it doesn't look like he will be toppled for this. Maybe closer to an election they might get him.

 

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2 minutes ago, Jim McLean's Ghost said:

 

Boris was in parliament calling Starmer a pedo protector and the labour front bench junkies. If he wasn't done tonight then it doesn't look like he will be toppled for this. Maybe closer to an election they might get him.

 

Or die trying not to.

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Just now, Antlion said:

Or die trying not to.

Possibly. In a years or two this will all have blown over and the polls with move back in his favour as the Tory voters who shifted to Don't Know file back in. And then there will be no reason to bin him and have all the internal strife to end up with someone less electable. Boris is more appealing than almost every other c**t on the list of top tories.

And Starmer is convincing no one to vote to Labour. The whole opposition front bench is effette arseholes. They couldn't even form a policy to oppose the incoming tax rises. 

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9 hours ago, Detournement said:

I would imagine there are a lot of people wondering if they are in one of the 300 photos. Laura K has to be in one of them.

Johnson made a strange reference to the Labour front bench being into drugs today that I suspect was a wee warning to his own front benchers.

yes, he is will known for his strategic and subtle posturing. Perhaps a better explanation would be the absolute mess deploying Trump tactics of projection and peppering. 

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BBC Radio Scotland's David Porter assessment this morning was that Johnson's performance in the Commons and afterwards in a private Tory meeting last night has won support back from his party and although he not yet "out of the woods" his position is stronger. There are a few "bumps to be negotiated a little further down the road" but blah blah blah. 

 

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