Pounds, ounces, pints! Johnson is offering a whole bushel worth of phoned-in gibberish | Marina Hyde | The Guardian


As No 10 goes ‘bananas’ with announcements, the British public can only sit and wait until the banter king is finally deposed, says Guardian columnist Marina Hyde

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Oh Boris, what shall we do with you, as you are limping from one idea to another to bring the public on your side, but, there is no return from ‘Partygate‘.

What little trust you had Boris, certainly evaporated with ‘Partygate’.

So, again, ‘what shall we do with you’, well the answer is so simple, for you, go and the sooner the better, for the country no longer needs you, if it ever did.

Your mess didn’t start with ‘Partygate, as you have created many messes and you are no longer at ‘Eton‘.

So, Boris, do us all a favour and, Go.

Source: Pounds, ounces, pints! Johnson is offering a whole bushel worth of phoned-in gibberish | Marina Hyde | The Guardian

Boris Johnson faces THREE more Covid fines as PM is warned ‘worst is to come’ – Mirror Online


Sources have claimed Boris Johnson as bracing himself for up to three more fixed penalty notices over Partygate. He was alleged to have been at six of the dozen gatherings being probed by police

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You either believe Boris or you do not and by his actions over the years I don’t trust him, but should he resign, I feel he should.

You could claim attending one party was a mistake, but it is said he attended 6, which is 5 too many.

Then he is on record as saying there were no parties, which clearly there were many parties, so does he not really understand what a party is or not is, which implies a lack of judgement and understanding.

Yes, he has apologised, in fact many times and in his latest, apologised over 30 times, but what is he apologising for, is it for going to parties he didn’t know were parties, for his lack of judgement or could it be he is only apologising as he has been found out.

Now they are saying with all that is happening now is not the time to change the Prime Minister, but is there ever a right time.

Boris has lost the little bit of trust that he had with the UK population and the Tories could well be annihilated in the coming Council elections.

But it should not be down to how the Council elections go, but is Boris fit to be a Prime Minister, some will say he was never fit to be, many were undecided and some thought he was, but there are now many more who say he needs to go.

When you consider the facts, if he was or is failing to understand, then should he still be Prime Minister, for he was in charge or should have been and whatever he was advised, he should know the difference between right and wrong and in many past instances he has not been and did wrong but was forgiven, but now it is past forgiveness and he needs to resign and if he will not then the Tory MPs need to vote for him to go.

 

Source: Boris Johnson faces THREE more Covid fines as PM is warned ‘worst is to come’ – Mirror Online

Boris Johnson wants you to forget Partygate. Don’t let him get away with it | Stephen Reicher | The Guardian


The PM’s actions are a resigning matter: democracy is in peril when our leaders no longer care about being seen to lie, says psychologist Stephen Reicher

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There is much debate whether Partygate is a resigning matter or not, for Johnson is still apparently, sticking with his comment that he was not aware that the law was being broken and previously no parties took place.

This for many of us is very hard to understand for we believe he is out and outright lying or that he didn’t understand the rules he brought in.

To me either way is a reason to resign, yes, he is a politician and we have come to accept that they lie or are convenient with the degree of truth they state, but to then believe he didn’t understand the rules, well, if he didn’t why should anyone and they were at least fined much more than £50.

The Tory MPs are now saying with the Russia/Ukraine War it is not the time to resign, but, if so when will the right time be, for there will always be circumstances to state ‘it is not right time’.

Whether he is fined or not he needs to go and if fined definitely.

For him to stay is making a ‘mockery of the position of ‘Prime Minister’ and likens to being a dictator.

 

Source: Boris Johnson wants you to forget Partygate. Don’t let him get away with it | Stephen Reicher | The Guardian

Boris Johnson’s ‘partygate’ shake-up is already unravelling as top civil servant rejects new No 10 job


Antonia Romeo spurns advances over permanent secretary job in Downing Street, as PM comes under fire over ‘reset’

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It is looking like no one wishes to work for the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, well, what a surprise, as we don’t want him running the country either.

Why does he not just resign as currently he is not welcome and allow someone more capable to be Prime Minister.

 

Source: Boris Johnson’s ‘partygate’ shake-up is already unravelling as top civil servant rejects new No 10 job