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Mister M

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  1. I'm sure it will help his cause no end with the lunatic fringe of his own party that Javid resembles some screen weirdos: My precious....
  2. Hatey Katie's true value is zero. She's a trashy moron who has been reduced to trolling others to make money. Anyway her track record suggests that it won't be long before any money she does make will be spent in libel damages paying the next victim of her venom.
  3. What with the catalogue of errors and misjudgements which have proven fatal for tens of thousands of the public, I'm amazed that the figure of 25% of the public believing Johnson's done a good job in his two years as PM is as high as it is. The press and Tories mocked Labour for the 'cult of Jeremy Corbyn', it's clear to me that the 25% of people poled, and their cheerleaders in the press are definitely part of a Johnson cult. This weekend, LBC had a retrospective of Johnson's time in No 10 and the people ringing in to praise him all sounded like they'd had an empathy bypass, and completely oblivious or unaffected to the damage he and his government have inflicted.
  4. MPs expenses and not being able to call out Johnson for lying are 2 separate things. If Butler had told an untruth in the HoC that the link between serious disease and Covid had been separated, and then gone onto accuse Johnson of lying then yes that would be double standards. But she didn't. Not sure what difference that would've made.
  5. Judging by the rated 'best' comments in the Daily Mail, its readers are in a tailspin about this: JLTEssex2013, Essex, 3 hours ago She is on a par with Diane Abbot if-I-was-a-rich-man, Londonistan, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago Ban her entirely, she's a clone of Diane Abbott with the same mental capacity Sangerbanger, Maidstone, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago She should have been sacked for that race baiting last year So because she claimed for a jacuzzi in 2009/2010 she cannot point out the discrepancies in what Johnson is saying during a pandemic?
  6. So no MP can hold the PM to account for fear that someone will throw something from the expenses scandal back in their faces? Well if that's the case were all screwed. And I come back to the point that he is the Prime Minister, it is an infectious pandemic, and public trust in their leader is important in pandemic. He's repeatedly lied during a pandemic and as a consequence in her words "people have paid with their lives", that needs pointing out. Did I say it was?
  7. So Dawn Butler is as bad as Boris Johnson. I don't know what lies Butler has told either in the HoC or otherwise, but I would've thought the fact that he's the Prime Minister who has repeatedly lied and eroded public trust during an infectious pandemic, might have helped you order whose official statements are important.
  8. Really proud of Dawn Butler MP for calling Johnson a "liar" in Parliament today. Yes she got ejected from the Commons for the day, but at least she wasn't found to have tried to influence a judge presiding over the trial of a former colleague for sexual assault. That would be Sir Roger Gale, Theresa Villiers and Natalie Elphicke – the then partner of Charlie Elphicke, who was given two years in prison after being found guilty of three counts of sexual assault. Gale, Villiers and Elphicke were also suspended from the Commons for day. UK Covid: Labour MP ordered to leave Commons for saying Boris Johnson has lied ‘over and over again’ – as it happened | Politics | The Guardian
  9. They were using Parliamentary privilege to exert pressure on a judge regarding one of their own. For very good reasons there is a separation of powers between the judiciary and the legislature. The very fact that you judge their behaviour as 'minor breaches of standards' by reference to the measly punishment they receive shows what little you understand. Probably why you have no problem with Johnson dismissing the lives of people over 80, and stupid statements he makes like 'get covid and live longer' - his fawning morons in the yellow press forgive him for what they would never forgive any other politician for, and his hard of thinking followers in the country think his behaviour is perfectly fine.
  10. There are a few links here that may be of help: Adults - Search Results | Sheffield Directory
  11. Boris is giving a statement to the nation at 5:00 this evening from Chequers, where he is isolating. I'm sure all will become clearer
  12. I know, take a man with with all the privileges he had, and he still ends up 'a nasty piece of work'. Yet in full knowledge of this, many so called 'ordinary people' delight in his disgraceful behaviour, and his errors of judgement which have seen the UK have one of the worst death rates in the world. It just makes you wonder what Johnson has to do for the penny to drop.....Call people who voted for him servile fools probably
  13. I'm amazed that Johnson and Sunak actually thought that the public would wear the pair of them wriggling out of 10 days isolation, while everyone else has to isolate. Especially after the Matt Hancock fiasco. It does remind me of what an Eton housemaster wrote of Johnson: Boris really has adopted a disgracefully cavalier attitude to his classical studies . . . Boris sometimes seems affronted when criticised for what amounts to a gross failure of responsibility (and surprised at the same time that he was not appointed Captain of the School for next half): I think he honestly believes that it is churlish of us not to regard him as an exception, one who should be free of the network of obligation which binds everyone else.”
  14. If it wasn't Boris Johnson, people would say he looks like a tramp.
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