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1 hour ago, Anna B said:

You'd think so, but blustering Boris beat even him. Ususally in this sort of contest when both are talking over each other one has to back down. Boris will just keep on going until the other (in this case Andrew Marr) backs down. I feel Boris would have the chutzpah to keep on talking continuously even when the interviewer is trying to get a word in/ interupt him/talk over him, till the end of the programme rather than answer a question he doesn't like. That takes a certain kind of personality quirk which Boris has and a massive vocabulary which he certainly has to pull off, and probably accounts for his success in avoiding accountability.  

 

Pity his supporters don't have the word obfuscation in their vocabulary.

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Boris quote: "The food industry does involve killing a lot of animals," in response to culling thousands of pigs.

 

What an absolute tool.

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I wonder how many photographers at the Tory conference are trying to get a picture of Johnson with his head blocking the "with" in the slogan "Getting on with the job".

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On 04/10/2021 at 10:10, Longcol said:

I wonder how many photographers at the Tory conference are trying to get a picture of Johnson with his head blocking the "with" in the slogan "Getting on with the job".

Zero I would have thought.

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-58800329

The written version of Johnson’s views read better than his ramblings on the radio this morning but for me he is devoid of any substance when it comes to addressing the problems facing the poorest in society.

When does the levelling up process begin?

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11 minutes ago, RJRB said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-58800329

The written version of Johnson’s views read better than his ramblings on the radio this morning but for me he is devoid of any substance when it comes to addressing the problems facing the poorest in society.

When does the levelling up process begin?

By far and away the most "er's" per minute of any PM I've ever heard.

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32 minutes ago, Longcol said:

By far and away the most "er's" per minute of any PM I've ever heard.

The interview by Andrew Marr was much worse.

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On 03/10/2021 at 19:36, steved32 said:

Boris quote: "The food industry does involve killing a lot of animals," in response to culling thousands of pigs.

 

What an absolute tool.

That cull started today, according to the news.

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1 hour ago, L00b said:

That cull started today, according to the news.

*Checks news hopefully *
 

*plunges into disappointed gloom*

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10 hours ago, RJRB said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-58800329

The written version of Johnson’s views read better than his ramblings on the radio this morning but for me he is devoid of any substance when it comes to addressing the problems facing the poorest in society.

When does the levelling up process begin?

It's started. By forcing people in lower paid jobs to think about how they can get a better income to keep up with the rise in costs. Ditching the Human Rights Act and Working Time Directive and other 'obsolete' EU rules the Tories will have this country be mini-USA in no-time, where those not fortunate enough to have a big enough income will have to work two or three jobs to keep up. 

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4 hours ago, tzijlstra said:

It's started. By forcing people in lower paid jobs to think about how they can get a better income to keep up with the rise in costs. Ditching the Human Rights Act and Working Time Directive and other 'obsolete' EU rules the Tories will have this country be mini-USA in no-time, where those not fortunate enough to have a big enough income will have to work two or three jobs to keep up. 

The USA is one of the most unequal countries. They're sold 'the American Dream' but millions fail to achieve anything like it,  hence its enormous underclass.  So much for levelling up... 

Why do our governments always look to America as an example ? There are better role models.

 

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56 minutes ago, Anna B said:

Why do our governments always look to America as an example ? There are better role models.

 

Because they are scum and only interested in whats in it for them?

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