Discussion of the UK Government
:sunglasses: 49.8 % ❤ 3.8 % :thumbsup: 8.8 % 😯 3.6 % :grinning: 24.9 % 🧥 1.1 % 🙏 1.1 % 😟 3.6 % :cry: 3 % :shit: 0.2 %
By Oblomov
crabcakes_windermere wrote:
Thu Aug 06, 2020 8:34 am
True, but for some people who watch it as it's taking the piss, it'll probably be the first time they find out about some of the shit going on. Plus Cummings - who lets not forget paid to have a 'cool' photoshoot of himself done - will *hate* being caricatured in an unflattering light.

Also, stuff like this seeps into the national consciousness and starts to define people - e.g. Major as a grey man who just likes peas.
So much material for them to use yet I just want an update of the Essex Is Crap song :lol:
By Boiler
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... -get-going
Instead, Britain has Boris Johnson. Mr Johnson’s record through the pandemic remains consistent only in its slovenliness. This week has been no exception. As it became pressingly clear that new social restrictions will be needed to ensure schools can reopen, and ever more urgent that the furlough is extended, the prime minister preferred to coast through stupid photocalls at a gym and a building site. This is not good enough. What is more, the public senses it. It is no surprise that Keir Starmer has now overtaken him in the polls. If Mr Johnson is to avoid leading Britain into an autumn of discontent, he needs to show, right now, that he is capable of getting a grip. If he does not, even his own party will start to look around for someone who is more up to the job.
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