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Posted 07 July 2022 - 05:40

This is the man who has scored more own goals than richard dunne.

Getting that huge majority by the people of britain in 2019 to get on with brexit and take back control of our borders - the people were behind him 100% and he blew the lot.

Hated by the eu = they tied his negotiator up in knots and shackled northern ireland to their will.

Hated by the bbc = every mistake johnson made was hugely reported by them while anything good he achieved they scarcely mentioned.

Appointing priti patel to deal with the migrant problem - shouldnt you be shackling the lawyers who rob the country blind representing migrants and immediately leave the echr when some clown in strasbourg overrules british judges decisions ?

Worst of all those parties that allowed starmer & co so much ammunition to throw at him every wednesday in parliament and appointing a person called the equivalent of G.Roper - johnson is a walking disaster.

Is he naive or what ? he doesnt sound all there when he speaks - talk about public school boy affectation whaffle.

Tory voters must be cringing - he has completely and single handedly placed the next election in the hands of starmer - who is pretty well a dullard and a yawner but seems to have more common sense than boris.

When you are pm you are squeaky clean and you make sure that those you appoint are too.

He had that huge majority and blew the lot.
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Posted 07 July 2022 - 09:05

Boris only got elected because,of his dedication to get Brexit done and all the false Ďpie in the skyí promises He made. Heís a complete, incompetent and immoral bumbling buffoon as are many other ministers like Schapp and the ridiculous Liz Truss. In a way Imfeel,sorry for them. There is nothing wrong with being ambitious but as Clint Eastwood would say Ď man has to know his limitationsí, too many of them are simply not up,to the job.
As for Starmer...well, he has pushed for Boris to resign, he wants to be PM. If Boris stays Starmer wins the next election. If Boris goes themToriesmappoint a new PM. That new PM does a great job somat the next election he or she is voted in. Well done Starmer, you should have waited.
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Posted 07 July 2022 - 13:33

 griff, on 07 July 2022 - 09:05, said:

Boris only got elected because,of his dedication to get Brexit done and all the false ‘pie in the sky’ promises He made. He’s a complete, incompetent and immoral bumbling buffoon as are many other ministers like Schapp and the ridiculous Liz Truss. In a way Imfeel,sorry for them. There is nothing wrong with being ambitious but as Clint Eastwood would say ‘ man has to know his limitations’, too many of them are simply not up,to the job.
As for Starmer...well, he has pushed for Boris to resign, he wants to be PM. If Boris stays Starmer wins the next election. If Boris goes themToriesmappoint a new PM. That new PM does a great job somat the next election he or she is voted in. Well done Starmer, you should have waited.


Well - the dirt digging from johnsons enemies has been incessant.

In my view a lot of it comes from brexit - they basically blamed him for the 2016 referendum result - which actually demeans the intelligence of the british public.

We knew the eu were in charge of everything in the uk - from metric measurements - fishing rights - border control etc etc.

However the alternatives.

Hopefully its dom raab.

Starmer is a very grey dull man and as boring as watching paint dry.

If thats what the british public want then so be it.

..........at least boris had personality - but no common sense which caught up with him in the end.
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Posted 07 July 2022 - 14:31

Had high hopes for him with his 80 seat majority, but he has done absolutely nothing with it.

Still Hundreds of male economic migrants every day just rocking up on our shores. No idea who they are , where their from, criminal history , political and religious ideologies. He has done nothing .

Still in the ECJ

Allowed unelected SAGE to literally run the country for 18 months. Sanctioned ludicrous nonsensical covid restrictions. Giving millions to Ukraine .

He has been a weak PMÖ.and letís be honest he isnít really a conservative. He is a populist.

But problem is who will we get ? A remoaner who will try and get us back in the eu through the back door ? A covid fanatic , who when Chris whitty and our b@**ard msm start wetting themselves because more people than average have a cold , is going to cave in and lock the country down for the winter ?

Or someone who will be so unpopular and labour get in in the next election.

Instead of having a general election might aswell just let sky and the bbc decide who our pm is. Theyíve tried to get Johnson out from the beginning. Our media really is a sewer just like both main political parties

Without Boris we could still be living in some socialist utopia under Corbyn
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Posted 07 July 2022 - 15:31

 Ossie B, on 07 July 2022 - 13:33, said:

Well - the dirt digging from johnsons enemies has been incessant.

In my view a lot of it comes from brexit - they basically blamed him for the 2016 referendum result - which actually demeans the intelligence of the british public.

We knew the eu were in charge of everything in the uk - from metric measurements - fishing rights - border control etc etc.

However the alternatives.

Hopefully its dom raab.

Starmer is a very grey dull man and as boring as watching paint dry.

If thats what the british public want then so be it.

..........at least boris had personality - but no common sense which caught up with him in the end.

Starmer May be boring but so what as long as he does a good job. Look at Boris, you say personality, true the personality of a bumbling idiot who does not know what he is talking about,cannot answers a questuion without pluck some fantasy out of the air.
Perhaps having the EU in charge of everything wasn’t a bad idea, look at the:lot we have in charge
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Posted 07 July 2022 - 15:37

I would love everybody to go on YouTube and dig out the video of Boris being questioned by the Parliamentary Liason Committee yesterday afternoon. A cross section of party MPs questioning Boris. They were so professional, so forthright.Tney had him bumbling for answers which he just could not provide. Have a watch, the Committee members made Boris’ front bench look like a bunch of idiotic amateurs. They also questioned Liz Truss a few days ago and Chris Bryant made a complete fool out of her by exposing her lack of ability,lack of knowledge and blatant lies
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Posted 07 July 2022 - 21:18

 stokesie, on 07 July 2022 - 14:31, said:

Had high hopes for him with his 80 seat majority, but he has done absolutely nothing with it.

Still Hundreds of male economic migrants every day just rocking up on our shores. No idea who they are , where their from, criminal history , political and religious ideologies. He has done nothing .

Still in the ECJ

Allowed unelected SAGE to literally run the country for 18 months. Sanctioned ludicrous nonsensical covid restrictions. Giving millions to Ukraine .

He has been a weak PMÖ.and letís be honest he isnít really a conservative. He is a populist.

But problem is who will we get ? A remoaner who will try and get us back in the eu through the back door ? A covid fanatic , who when Chris whitty and our b@**ard msm start wetting themselves because more people than average have a cold , is going to cave in and lock the country down for the winter ?

Or someone who will be so unpopular and labour get in in the next election.

Instead of having a general election might as well just let sky and the bbc decide who our pm is. Theyíve tried to get Johnson out from the beginning. Our media really is a sewer just like both main political parties

Without Boris we could still be living in some socialist utopia under Corbyn


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Posted 07 July 2022 - 21:28

 griff, on 07 July 2022 - 15:31, said:

Starmer May be boring but so what as long as he does a good job. Look at Boris, you say personality, true the personality of a bumbling idiot who does not know what he is talking about,cannot answers a questuion without pluck some fantasy out of the air.
Perhaps having the EU in charge of everything wasn’t a bad idea, look at the:lot we have in charge



No doubt the next election will see labour back in but its the best of a bad bunch scenario - i wont be voting thats for sure.

The past year i have never heard so much whinging about a pm from such a pathetic bunch of labour nobodies, lib dem flossies and a scottish tart with a chip on her shoulder about the english.

( oh look miss - johnson had a glass of wine while we were in lockdown ) ( oh look miss you didnt see us meeting up with pizza and beer did you )
( oh look miss i cant remember knowing about alex salmond touching up women ) = wee jimmy krankie accent.

Starmer and rayner in charge of the country ? wow - i would rather laurel and hardy.

Johnson has been the subject of a witch hunt since cummings was sacked and was too stupid to cope with all the worms coming out from the woodwork.

But starmer and rayner - god help us.

Griff - when corbyn was labour leader he sat on the fence about brexit while the lib dems motto was stop brexit.

It was a democratic vote at the end of the day and the people showed both labour and the lib dems what they thought of them in the 2019 election.
They were routed.

Both labour and lib dems are so detached from reality its unbelievable.

Had either one of them had the guts to say they would carry out the will of the people over brexit johnson would never have got such an overwhelming majority.
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Posted 07 July 2022 - 22:19

 Ossie B, on 07 July 2022 - 21:28, said:

No doubt the next election will see labour back in but its the best of a bad bunch scenario - i wont be voting thats for sure.

The past year i have never heard so much whinging about a pm from such a pathetic bunch of labour nobodies, lib dem flossies and a scottish tart with a chip on her shoulder about the english.

( oh look miss - johnson had a glass of wine while we were in lockdown ) ( oh look miss you didnt see us meeting up with pizza and beer did you )
( oh look miss i cant remember knowing about alex salmond touching up women ) = wee jimmy krankie accent.

Starmer and rayner in charge of the country ? wow - i would rather laurel and hardy.

Johnson has been the subject of a witch hunt since cummings was sacked and was too stupid to cope with all the worms coming out from the woodwork.

But starmer and rayner - god help us.

Griff - when corbyn was labour leader he sat on the fence about brexit while the lib dems motto was stop brexit.

It was a democratic vote at the end of the day and the people showed both labour and the lib dems what they thought of them in the 2019 election.
They were routed.

Both labour and lib dems are so detached from reality its unbelievable.

Had either one of them had the guts to say they would carry out the will of the people over brexit johnson would never have got such an overwhelming majority.

and Boris is attached, Jesus he is so detached from ordinary people. He made so many bloody false promises to get voted in and except for Brexit has not kept one . All the promises and the fact so many people wanted to leave Europe made people,e vote for him. He never even wanted Brexit really just used the leave Europe idea as a carrot to dangle in front of people. He is a complete bulls*** merchant.
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Posted 08 July 2022 - 04:12

 griff, on 07 July 2022 - 22:19, said:

and Boris is attached, Jesus he is so detached from ordinary people. He made so many bloody false promises to get voted in and except for Brexit has not kept one . All the promises and the fact so many people wanted to leave Europe made people,e vote for him. He never even wanted Brexit really just used the leave Europe idea as a carrot to dangle in front of people. He is a complete bulls*** merchant.


Griff - I,m not sticking up for him and i have already said he is stupid and naive.....! especially not to delve into the background of pincher which apparently was the last straw for a lot of tory mp,s.

But he has been the victim of a witch hunt from so many sources from day one of being in office.

I watch a few political debates now and again when i can be bothered and just last night some woman gave her opinion about johnson resigning and went straight on about partygate - when fiona bruce asked who she voted for - guess who - labour ! yes same old same old from a bunch of losers who cant think of anything else to hit johnson with - its so boring to go on and on and on and on about it - its done and we know it was wrong and they were fined for breaking lockdown rules - my neighbours broke lockdown rules when their son visited them. - so did the woman down the road who had her best friend stay over.
If that happened in my small road then what was happening all over britain - the police turned a blind eye to it and never enforced anything in my area.

Memories are short - tony blair - taking britain into war for nothing - he should have resigned immediately when no one found the so called weapons of mass destruction.

......anyway johnson is gone - thats what remainiacs wanted - thats what labourites wanted - thats what cummings wanted - thats what the eu wanted.

Its just a tory implosion .

But i hope he sticks around until autumn if only to fck off all those useless prcks saying he should go immediately.

You know - that lot that the nation rejected at the last election. :lmao:

BTW - i,m a floating voter - i leave it to others to decide which idiot to inflict upon the nation.
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Posted 08 July 2022 - 06:25

I agree with a lot on here. I always used to vote in what I honestly thought was best for the country, but now b******s, Im watching out for whats best for my wife and self. Ossie you say boris has been witch hunted since he came to power, thats the only thing I really disagree with, But only in my opinion I dont think he has. He has been the arcitect of his own down fall, and the biggest issue is his BLATENT LIES.

Sorry you can not realistically be a leader of a country and be a liar. He said there was no parties, during lock down, lies, he was fined as were otheres. He said he knew nothing about this groper Pincher, but he knew about him in 2019, more lies, said he had forgotten. David Cameron had him wei a;ghed up when he called him "The Greased Piglet" always wriggling out of things, well not this time. what about the 40 new hospitals he promised? not one even started yet in 3 years. Glad he,s gone.

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Posted 08 July 2022 - 07:14

 journeyman, on 08 July 2022 - 06:25, said:

I agree with a lot on here. I always used to vote in what I honestly thought was best for the country, but now b******s, Im watching out for whats best for my wife and self. Ossie you say boris has been witch hunted since he came to power, thats the only thing I really disagree with, But only in my opinion I dont think he has. He has been the arcitect of his own down fall, and the biggest issue is his BLATENT LIES.

Sorry you can not realistically be a leader of a country and be a liar. He said there was no parties, during lock down, lies, he was fined as were otheres. He said he knew nothing about this groper Pincher, but he knew about him in 2019, more lies, said he had forgotten. David Cameron had him wei a;ghed up when he called him "The Greased Piglet" always wriggling out of things, well not this time. what about the 40 new hospitals he promised? not one even started yet in 3 years. Glad he,s gone.

As to who we get next or what party!! But I will vote on whats best for me.


Journey - the lies thing was first mentioned in parliament long before johnson was elected - cant remember who it was now (it will come back to me ) lol - but it was picked up and played upon by blackford and sturgeon at the time and by many oppo politicians.

Rayner was just on good morning britain and said the people of britain have lost their trust in johnson and want him out ? thats actually a lie - his own mps made it untenable for him to cling onto power.....! nothing to do with what the people of britain want - did we have a vote on it them angela ? because if we did i missed it.

I cant tell you how many times she repeated over and over again that he was a liar - if its said enough times people will start to believe it.

He may be a liar but i think he is an eccentric - the kind of eccentric that isnt aware of what is going on around them half the time.

It also seems to me that if he appoints someone for a specific job then someone else must have the job of researching that persons history - no one in their right mind would appoint someone like pincher for an important political job.

Anyway - he's gone.

Hope steve baker goes for it - talks a lot of sense.
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Posted 08 July 2022 - 07:43

Ossie, go onto YouTube......Look at Boris questioned by the Parliamentary Liason Committee the other day. An eye opener on his incompetence.
Every PMQs when Starmer asks a question he never answers, just plucks some fact about something he has done well out of the air.
He was voted in by a lo5 of voters who wanted the U.K. to leave Europe, Boris was never a true leaver ,he just used it as a vote spinner. People fell for his promises of 40 new hospitals, huge decreases in taxes etc etc. They have never happened. When Covid came he didnít take it seriously, even missed the first 5 Cobra meetings. Many thousands could have lived if he had taken it seriously.wThe awarding of contracts for PPE by Hancock, itís on Borisíwatch. He appointed a bunch of incompetents to major ministerial roles because they were his supporters not because they were able. The prorogueing of Parliament , the failure to deal with Tory ministers for breaking the ministerial code. Itís not just the partying at number 10. He is a liar, an incompetent, has no idea what running a country means. I will give him one thing, getting the vaccinations out very quickly. As regards Ukraine he has acted honourably but the visa programme for Refugees has been pathetic. Itís ok to say thatís down to Patel but he has the final say. Bit like Paratici and Levy I suppose.
Rayner saying about people wanting him gone is a generalisation thatís true but if a vote was held it would become clear that the majority of people would want him gone.
The best thing that should have happened was when he hid in that fridge, someone should have parked a lorry in front of the door
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Posted 08 July 2022 - 08:36

Honestly griff it doesnt bother me and i am not sticking up for him - from my point of view he hasnt actually done what i expected or wanted him to do so he's a huge disappointment for me.
But the lies thing came about because of that bus.

After that i think Mcdonnell started off the lies stuff along with lisa nandy who was constantly saying "we cant crash out from the eu " then swinson used the term and blackford and sturgeon jumped on the bandwagon in blackening johnsons character because they dont want to govern scotland while under a tory uk government.
They have their own axe to grind.

No doubt he is a liar - so was blair ( he's even got liar in his name) - so was rayner this morning - who knows if the british public approves his resigning - thats her view and its not official.

To be honest if it was a choice between blair and johnson and i had to vote it wouldnt be for that smarmy war criminal blair.

Talk about greased piglet - he was as slippery as a snake.

Plus that muppet brown sold off all our gold reserves - gold has gone up 1000 % since he did that.
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Posted 08 July 2022 - 09:03

 Ossie B, on 08 July 2022 - 08:36, said:

Honestly griff it doesnt bother me and i am not sticking up for him - from my point of view he hasnt actually done what i expected or wanted him to do so he's a huge disappointment for me.
But the lies thing came about because of that bus.

After that i think Mcdonnell started off the lies stuff along with lisa nandy who was constantly saying "we cant crash out from the eu " then swinson used the term and blackford and sturgeon jumped on the bandwagon in blackening johnsons character because they dont want to govern scotland while under a tory uk government.
They have their own axe to grind.

No doubt he is a liar - so was blair ( he's even got liar in his name) - so was rayner this morning - who knows if the british public approves his resigning - thats her view and its not official.

To be honest if it was a choice between blair and johnson and i had to vote it wouldnt be for that smarmy war criminal blair.

Talk about greased piglet - he was as slippery as a snake.

Plus that muppet brown sold off all our gold reserves - gold has gone up 1000 % since he did that.

I donít trust politicians they all have their own agendas. PMQs is always the same, Starmer and Boris going at it hammer and tongs, always the same, same questions, no reply just an attack back, next question the same. 650 MPs shouting out silly noises in support of one side or another. Although Boris, Truss, Rishi, Patel etc are useless, Starmer seems rather weak.As for his main people well we donít know. I would love to see Andy Burnham back in the HoC, talks so much sense.p, fires from the hip.
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Posted 08 July 2022 - 09:40

 griff, on 08 July 2022 - 09:03, said:

I donít trust politicians they all have their own agendas. PMQs is always the same, Starmer and Boris going at it hammer and tongs, always the same, same questions, no reply just an attack back, next question the same. 650 MPs shouting out silly noises in support of one side or another. Although Boris, Truss, Rishi, Patel etc are useless, Starmer seems rather weak.As for his main people well we donít know. I would love to see Andy Burnham back in the HoC, talks so much sense.p, fires from the hip.


Agree with you.

I have often said to my wife during pmq time - and this lot are in charge of the country or have aspirations to do so .

I dont mind who gets in as long as they carry out the will of the people on certain issues.

When politicians come out with statements like " we want to reverse brexit " it turns me right off - thats how the country voted regardless of claims that lies contributed to the vote - i really do think thats insulting peoples intelligence.

Right now any government should be dealing with the energy crisis and raging inflation because its affecting peoples lives.
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Posted 08 July 2022 - 11:06

 Ossie B, on 08 July 2022 - 09:40, said:

Agree with you.

I have often said to my wife during pmq time - and this lot are in charge of the country or have aspirations to do so .

I dont mind who gets in as long as they carry out the will of the people on certain issues.

When politicians come out with statements like " we want to reverse brexit " it turns me right off - thats how the country voted regardless of claims that lies contributed to the vote - i really do think thats insulting peoples intelligence.

Right now any government should be dealing with the energy crisis and raging inflation because its affecting peoples lives.

What Government? ������ .Resignations of SJ amd RS from the cabinet are not because of their disagreements with the way Boris had done things , they would have resigned a long time ago if that wa s the case. No, they smell the opportunity of leadership themselves and are putting the foundations in place. Would not want either of them unless it was one of them up against the incredibly annoying and incompetent Liz Truss.
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Posted 08 July 2022 - 11:44

 griff, on 08 July 2022 - 11:06, said:

What Government? ������ .Resignations of SJ amd RS from the cabinet are not because of their disagreements with the way Boris had done things , they would have resigned a long time ago if that wa s the case. No, they smell the opportunity of leadership themselves and are putting the foundations in place. Would not want either of them unless it was one of them up against the incredibly annoying and incompetent Liz Truss.



Ok i should have rephrased that - before johnsons demise the government should have been dealing more effectively with the issues i mentioned.

Yes i thought that about sunak but not so much with savid javid although it looks like they have ganged up for maximum effect.

What about lord snooty ? :grinny:
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Posted 08 July 2022 - 13:43

Just watched sir keir inviting newspaper journalists questions.

Someone asked where does he stand on the migrant rwnada thing and northern ireland protocol.

What does he say - he slips into contesting johnsons integrity ( as labour mps usually do ) ( because its so easy to cop out of the real question )

Says all the right things but avoids the main issues.

Sheesh = i wouldnt vote for this lot after blair & brown.

Just as bad as johnson if not more so.

If someone comes up and says all migrants will be processed off shore to avoid lawyers getting involved then i will listen to them.
If someone comes up and says we will stop the eu interfering in northern ireland then i will listen to them.

This lot are as clueless as the tories.
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Posted 08 July 2022 - 14:35

 Ossie B, on 08 July 2022 - 11:44, said:

Ok i should have rephrased that - before johnsons demise the government should have been dealing more effectively with the issues i mentioned.

Yes i thought that about sunak but not so much with savid javid although it looks like they have ganged up for maximum effect.

What about lord snooty ? :grinny:

Or even Son of Snooty, he could be PM in 30 years.
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