Saoirse

Moderator
Boris's fibs
Watched Raab on Itv this morning

Extremely un convincing when he was pressed to say was johnson a liar

He used the reply of he believed what he had said in Commons which of course doesn't mean he does not regard johnson as a liar
 

mollag

Kipper restorer
Boris's fibs
Well i'm convinced, Boris is as honest as the day is long :rolleyes:

Johnson says no one told him No 10 party was against the rules - but ducks invitation to call Cummings liar​

Beth Rigby, the Sky News political editor, is interviewing Boris Johnson.
Q: Have you lied about the No 10 party?
Johnson says he wants to start by repeating his apology.
No one told him this was against the rules, or not a work event, he says.
He says we should wait to see what Sue Gray says. He will return to the Commons as soon as that report is out to say more.
Q: So you are saying Dominic Cummings is lying?
Johnson says he is sorry mistakes were made.
Q: He is saying you are lying?
Johnson says he can say categorically nobody told him this was against the rules, or not a work event.
His memory of this was going out into the garden for about 25 minutes, for what he thought was a work event. He says he humbly apologises for the misjudgments made.
 

Tenpin

The Yorkshireman
Boris's fibs
This interaction cannot be true as Beth Rigby never lets anyone answer in full sentences without jumping in.
 

IbrahimAbi

Grey wisdom
Boris's fibs
Well i'm convinced, Boris is as honest as the day is long :rolleyes:

Johnson says no one told him No 10 party was against the rules - but ducks invitation to call Cummings liar​

Beth Rigby, the Sky News political editor, is interviewing Boris Johnson.
Q: Have you lied about the No 10 party?
Johnson says he wants to start by repeating his apology.
No one told him this was against the rules, or not a work event, he says.
He says we should wait to see what Sue Gray says. He will return to the Commons as soon as that report is out to say more.
Q: So you are saying Dominic Cummings is lying?
Johnson says he is sorry mistakes were made.
Q: He is saying you are lying?
Johnson says he can say categorically nobody told him this was against the rules, or not a work event.
His memory of this was going out into the garden for about 25 minutes, for what he thought was a work event. He says he humbly apologises for the misjudgments made.
pants on fire
 

Saoirse

Moderator
Boris's fibs
Why does anyone questioning this compulsive liar not immediately jump on him when he says he thought it was work

If it was work why did he have booze AND his wife with him!!

Quite simply this bastard is no longer funny. Hes a corrupt lying waster
 

Saoirse

Moderator
Boris's fibs
Just watched johnsons latest car crash interview

In gods name his LATEST explanation of attending the party accompanied by his wife and some booze- is that no one told him not to do it

Do his supporters even realize how dim this sounds
 

mollag

Kipper restorer
Boris's fibs
Boris to announce a plan to build an Atlantic bridge from Barnstaple to New York.
A great idea, wont somebody put it the side of a Bus please ? and also say it's will be the easiest thing in the World. (y)
[ please ignore the previous idea of building a bridge across the huge munitions dump]
 

Saoirse

Moderator
Boris's fibs
Extraordinary

I.posted only this morning re johnson latest inane lame excuse and I thought we had reached credibility meltdown

How wrong I was as one of his ministers has now put forward the theory that he was " forced" to party

What a government- what a country


Thanks but no thanks

If there was ever a time for Edinburgh/ Belfast to say count us out of your mind numbing laughing stock sinking ship
 
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Saoirse

Moderator
Boris's fibs
Now a tory MP has jumped ship crossing to Labour

Not a fan of any Mp being elected on the basis of representing one party then cheating their comstituents by moving to another

However movement between Tory and labour is understandable given the parties are almost identical.....

Certain Labour Youth are not welcoming him

The whole shoddy business underlines for many of us that each of the 2 parties Mps could easily swap and change such is the negligible differences between them in the tweedledee tweedledum cosy arrangement of centre right window dressing

"Christian Wakeford MP should not be admitted to the Labour Party. He has consistently voted against the interests of working-class people; for the £20 universal credit cut, for the Nationality and Borders Bill and for the Police and Crime Bill. Young Labour does not welcome him."
 
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