Boris is a lying, cynical, political opportunist – according to his mate

Boris Johnson and David Cameron before Brexit divided them

Boris Johnson did not lie to the Queen. We know so because he told us he didn’t. Oh, hang on, that might be a lie. After all, he has lied to us many times and doesn’t seem to care about it. So why should we believe him when he says that he told Her Majesty the truth about the need to prorogue Parliament? Add to that, the revelations from his mate David Cameron this weekend where he says in his new 752-page book, “For the Record”, that Boris is a great big fibber. He accuses the Bonker of only siding with Brexit because it would help his career ambitions. “Boris rode the bus round the country, he left the truth at home,” says Mr Cameron. None of this is any …

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Could Theresa May ditch Brexit in a bid for dancing superstardom?

Could Mrs May replace Brexit with Strictly?

Another Monday, another week gone by, another seven days of no progress. Yesterday saw the publication of a study which showed that 75% of the population reckon that politics is “broken”. Less than 5% of the people in the survey had any confidence in our current political system. And it’s all the fault of Brexit, according to this research. I remember when David Cameron announced the referendum that there was much discussion about its impact. Several commentators said it would be divisive, that it would lead to the destruction of the Tory party and that it could even lead to the break up of the United Kingdom. Those commentators were told they were “scaremongering”. Last night saw the first debate amongst the Tory leader hopefuls – minus Boris the Bonker. …

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Will the elections change the direction of Brexit? Some hope…!

Downing Street Sign

It’s two weeks since my last “Monday Morning Brexit Update”. That’s because last Monday was a Bank Holiday, so I had a day off from Brexit. I expect you enjoyed the rest too. They say that a week is a long time in politics, so two weeks must be massive. Except it isn’t. Here we are, two weeks on, and nothing has changed. Mrs May is still sticking to her “my deal is the only way forward” mantra. Mr Corbyn is still having pained expressions on his face from the splinters up his bum as he continues to sit on the fence pretending that his party is not a “remain” party. The talks between the two “leading” parties continue to get nowhere as Mrs May says “my way or the …

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