That'll neither be confirmed or denied.
Not exactly surprising. Most of the modern day Tory front bench & it's wannabees salivate at the idea of power without taking responsibility. Heh, Cameron decided that he wanted to be the party leader simply because he thought he could make a decent go at being PM. Spoiler alert: the ending wasn't a happy one.Kreuzberger wrote: ↑Tue Nov 27, 2018 8:41 pmJohn Simpson, one of the few at the BBC who will come out of this decade with a scintilla of credibility intact, is currently quoting an ambassadorial source who is outing Johnson as, '...far & away the worst foreign secretary I’ve served under. Not stupid - I could have put up with that - but unashamedly lazy.’
Not unrelated to cute-hoorism, I'd imagine.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... rexit.htmlBoris Johnson says he feels a deep sense of 'personal responsibility' for Brexit and Britain can do 'much better' than the PM's deal as he predicts May will suffer a big defeat on crunch vote
Ooof. That's pretty big.
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