Boris - The Prime Minister

First thoughts on PMBoris, will he make a difference?


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Well it makes a change from Thatcher
Do arrse posters blame the blessed Margaret? I think not....

Verily it is known, everything under the sun is the fault of Corbyn and no other man, woman or person of indeterminate sex until you know how they self identify.

Feck knows why because magic grandpa was unelectable and Russia has bigger and more influential mates inthe Conservative party.
 

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Do arrse posters blame the blessed Margaret? I think not....

Verily it is known, everything under the sun is the fault of Corbyn and no other man, woman or person of indeterminate sex until you know how they self identify.

Feck knows why because magic grandpa was unelectable and Russia has bigger and more influential mates inthe Conservative party.
Hush Gracs, go polish a bomb till the blood pressure calms down....
 
The Conservative Party MP must be furious, that Sunak has ignored the will of a sovereign and independent Parliament to impose a Labour suggested Windfall tax on big business after every single one of them voted against it just last week.

#opsavefatdog
 
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That £400 will come in handy.
It'll go towards paying for the 34 sq mtr raised patio we're having installed the week after the Jubilee weekend.
Cheers Rishi, best Chancellor ever :)
 
In your view which is more important, assisting families with energy costs or birthday cake?


Oh and if you would not mind I asked you a question last evening in relation to the law or laws broken by our PM.

If you could answer the second question (although chronologically the first question) first that would be great, before moving on to give us your cake and heat it question that would be terrific.

Otherwise we might begin to think that you are just full of p*ss and wind.

And that would never do

OK:

(1) Birthday cake vs: Energy costs. BOTH is the answer, it's not a binery question - they are both important. And its not 'birthday cake' but a fat clown of a P.M. breaking the very laws he devised. He has already personally apologised to the Queen. ((there's a clue.... you dont apologise to HRH for something trivial ))

(2) Laws broken by the P.M. : Jeeze.... what do YOU think he got the fixed penalty notice for. (a) blowing out the candles on a cake in an unguarded manner? or was it (b) breaking laws designed to protect the nations health? at a time when hundreds were dying horribly ever day ?
 
OK:

(1) Birthday cake vs: Energy costs. BOTH is the answer, it's not a binery question - they are both important. And its not 'birthday cake' but a fat clown of a P.M. breaking the very laws he devised. He has already personally apologised to the Queen. ((there's a clue.... you dont apologise to HRH for something trivial ))

(2) Laws broken by the P.M. : Jeeze.... what do YOU think he got the fixed penalty notice for. (a) blowing out the candles on a cake in an unguarded manner? or was it (b) breaking laws designed to protect the nations health? at a time when hundreds were dying horribly ever day ?
It is not HRH, it is HM.
 
A fixed penalty notice is not a fine or criminal conviction because of the distinction that the recipient can opt for the matter to be dealt with in court instead of paying.

But he did receive and accept totally unchallenged, a FPN for breaking the law.

The law that he imposed and pontificated about.
 
That £400 will come in handy.
It'll go towards paying for the 34 sq mtr raised patio we're having installed the week after the Jubilee weekend.
Cheers Rishi, best Chancellor ever :)

Whose going under the patio, got a divorce on the go?
 
A fixed penalty notice is not a fine or criminal conviction because of the distinction that the recipient can opt for the matter to be dealt with in court instead of paying.


Except the recipient DIDN'T opt for the matter to be dealt with etc. He's guilty. He did it, he was there, the fat lying cheating deceitful pathetic excuse for a P.M.

I think you get my drift.
 

Truxx

LE
OK:

(1) Birthday cake vs: Energy costs. BOTH is the answer, it's not a binery question - they are both important. And its not 'birthday cake' but a fat clown of a P.M. breaking the very laws he devised. He has already personally apologised to the Queen. ((there's a clue.... you dont apologise to HRH for something trivial ))

(2) Laws broken by the P.M. : Jeeze.... what do YOU think he got the fixed penalty notice for. (a) blowing out the candles on a cake in an unguarded manner? or was it (b) breaking laws designed to protect the nations health? at a time when hundreds were dying horribly ever day ?
1. Bullshit. You do not have a clue what was said to HM. And to afford cake nearly 18 months ago equal status in the concerns of the nation with energy and other costs in the here and now is patently cobblers.

2. I asked you which laws. Specifically the part of the law that suspended the provisions of the 1984 act, which otherwise exempts crown property (and those therein) from pandemic provisions. As I have pointed out a FPN is neither an admission of guilt nor an acknowledgement that a law has been broken (Crown vs Hamer 2010) but I guarantee that we're anyone to tell the Met to shove their FPN up their bum any proper legal action would not get past the CPS let alone get to court.
 

Truxx

LE
OK:

(1) Birthday cake vs: Energy costs. BOTH is the answer, it's not a binery question - they are both important. And its not 'birthday cake' but a fat clown of a P.M. breaking the very laws he devised. He has already personally apologised to the Queen. ((there's a clue.... you dont apologise to HRH for something trivial ))

(2) Laws broken by the P.M. : Jeeze.... what do YOU think he got the fixed penalty notice for. (a) blowing out the candles on a cake in an unguarded manner? or was it (b) breaking laws designed to protect the nations health? at a time when hundreds were dying horribly ever day ?
Oh and you answered the questions in the wrong order.
 

Andrew Marr's devastating takedown of Boris Johnson | LBC​




Formerly a Maoist,and a member of the Socialist Campaign for a Labour Victory

At Cambridge, Marr says he was a "raving leftie" who handed out copies of Mao Zedong's Little Red Book and he acquired the nickname "Red Andy"

No bias there to be Boris Grrring at all
 
Formerly a Maoist,and a member of the Socialist Campaign for a Labour Victory

At Cambridge, Marr says he was a "raving leftie" who handed out copies of Mao Zedong's Little Red Book and he acquired the nickname "Red Andy"

No bias there to be Boris Grrring at all


Yes... But Rishi's cash handout !!!! focus on the free money !!!
 

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