Wednesday 6 July 2022
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Is Mr Johnson an admirer of former US President Trump and his petulant attempts to hang onto that role despite a clear election defeat? It wouldn’t surprise me. He certainly seems to be someone who shares that greater interest in … Continue reading
Monday 6 June 2022
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We didn’t have local elections in my area in May so I didn’t have the opportunity to express my views on the Prime Minister which many pundits touted them as. Mind you, I think that is a very flawed view … Continue reading
Wednesday 25 May 2022
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Sue Gray’s “partygate” report is out and the BBC website reports: Boris Johnson told MPs he took “full responsibility for everything that took place on my watch”, had been “humbled by the whole experience” and had learned lessons. BBC News, … Continue reading
Wednesday 12 January 2022
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At time of writing, Boris Johnson is still Prime Minister after finally apologising for attending a drinks party with other senior Government figures at the height of lockdown. It has stirred up both grief and anger from those who followed … Continue reading
Monday 20 December 2021
Comments Off on Photos lie…
There used to be a saying that the camera never lies. Even back in the day, photos could be staged and it is now widely known (though often forgotten) how much they can be digitally manipulated or even entirely spoofed … Continue reading
Thursday 9 December 2021
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I think this week’s headline failure of Boris Johnson’s government, the parties that people employed by the Conservatives held during last year’s lockdown, is the kind of situation in which a decent leader would be expected to step down. Did … Continue reading
Thursday 28 January 2021
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I don’t think Boris Johnson is going to making many friends up north by proceeding with his visit to Scotland today. Downing Street apparently insists that it is important that the Prime Minister is “visible and accessible” across the UK, … Continue reading