View Poll Results: Who should be the next Prime Minister?

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    I realise most of that, but Boris has the backing of the Torygraph and other influences, and it will all be spun to make it seem like a Johnson led government would trounce Labour. With the influence Johnson has on his side, grass root Tories will vote him in.

    It will be almost as if endangering British citizens in Iranian jails, referring to black people as "piccaninnies", aggravating scousers by accusing them of "wallowing in grief" over the killing of Ken Bigley, accusing football fans of making the police scapegoats for Hillsborough, talking about muslim women as "letterboxes", never happened. And that ignores the LONG list of minor gaffes - like saying "f*ck business" in response to business leaders concerns over Brexit, flattening 10 year old kids playing rugby, talking about whisky in a Sikh(or was it Buddist?) temple, "hilariously" rugby tackling an opponent during a charity football match, saying women go to university to find a husband and several other embarrassing moments.

    And in an amazing piece of revisionism, he took to twitter recently to take credit for facing down the London riots in 2011 - you know, the time when the city was in the grip of feral rats and he was on the other side of the world on holiday and didn't bother returning to sort it out for over a week. Even reasonable people on his own side accuse him of waiting to see which direction the public point, running to the front of that queue and shouting "follow me"

    The man is unfit for office. He's a total twunt, but he'll get in because powerful people want him running the country.
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      BJ’s claims of success as mayor under the spotlight..

      https://www.theguardian.com/politics...r-as-he-claims
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      I realise most of that, but Boris has the backing of the Torygraph and other influences, and it will all be spun to make it seem like a Johnson led government would trounce Labour. With the influence Johnson has on his side, grass root Tories will vote him in.

      It will be almost as if endangering British citizens in Iranian jails, referring to black people as "piccaninnies", aggravating scousers by accusing them of "wallowing in grief" over the killing of Ken Bigley, accusing football fans of making the police scapegoats for Hillsborough, talking about muslim women as "letterboxes", never happened. And that ignores the LONG list of minor gaffes - like saying "f*ck business" in response to business leaders concerns over Brexit, flattening 10 year old kids playing rugby, talking about whisky in a Sikh(or was it Buddist?) temple, "hilariously" rugby tackling an opponent during a charity football match, saying women go to university to find a husband and several other embarrassing moments.

      And in an amazing piece of revisionism, he took to twitter recently to take credit for facing down the London riots in 2011 - you know, the time when the city was in the grip of feral rats and he was on the other side of the world on holiday and didn't bother returning to sort it out for over a week. Even reasonable people on his own side accuse him of waiting to see which direction the public point, running to the front of that queue and shouting "follow me"

      The man is unfit for office. He's a total twunt, but he'll get in because powerful people want him running the country.
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      Johnson v Corbyn fighting for the leadership of the UK.

      Why am I beginning to think this still isn't the bottom of the (very big) barrel?
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      Boris Johnson writing in the Telegraph in 2007 when Gordon Brown succeeded Tony Blair.

      It's the arrogance. It's the contempt. That's what gets me. It's Gordon Brown's apparent belief that he can just trample on the democratic will of the British people. It's at moments like this that I think the political world has gone mad, and I am alone in detecting the gigantic fraud.

      Everybody seems to have forgotten that the last general election was only two years ago, in 2005. A man called Tony Blair presented himself for re-election, and his face was to be seen - even if less prominently than in the past - on manifestos, leaflets, television screens and billboards. We rather gathered from the Labour prospectus that said Blair was going to be Prime Minister. Indeed, Tony sought a new mandate from the British electorate with the explicit promise that he would serve a full term.

      The British public sucked its teeth, squinted at him closely, sighed and, with extreme reluctance, decided to elect him Prime Minister for another five years. Let me repeat that.

      They voted for Anthony Charles Lynton Blair to serve as their leader. They were at no stage invited to vote on whether Gordon Brown should be PM.
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      Ahh but that's different when BJ stands!
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      Bloody hell the votes for BJ is worrying
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      I realise most of that, but Boris has the backing of the Torygraph and other influences, and it will all be spun to make it seem like a Johnson led government would trounce Labour. With the influence Johnson has on his side, grass root Tories will vote him in.

      It will be almost as if endangering British citizens in Iranian jails, referring to black people as "piccaninnies", aggravating scousers by accusing them of "wallowing in grief" over the killing of Ken Bigley, accusing football fans of making the police scapegoats for Hillsborough, talking about muslim women as "letterboxes", never happened. And that ignores the LONG list of minor gaffes - like saying "f*ck business" in response to business leaders concerns over Brexit, flattening 10 year old kids playing rugby, talking about whisky in a Sikh(or was it Buddist?) temple, "hilariously" rugby tackling an opponent during a charity football match, saying women go to university to find a husband and several other embarrassing moments.

      And in an amazing piece of revisionism, he took to twitter recently to take credit for facing down the London riots in 2011 - you know, the time when the city was in the grip of feral rats and he was on the other side of the world on holiday and didn't bother returning to sort it out for over a week. Even reasonable people on his own side accuse him of waiting to see which direction the public point, running to the front of that queue and shouting "follow me"

      The man is unfit for office. He's a total twunt, but he'll get in because powerful people want him running the country.
      And he lied, lied and lied again....

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