More Anarchy in the UK


In December last year I wrote a post called Anarchy in the UK about how Boris Johnson suffered as a result of the Christmas Party held at 10 Downing Street last year. Since then, things have gotten worse.

Boris Johnson’s tenure as UK Prime Minister could be a last resort. Not because of the turmoil in Brexit, or because of the Covid disaster but because of the repeated cover-up of a party that took place at 10 Downing Street at a time when everyone had to isolate themselves.

Someone at the top invited a party invitation email. Johnson has been on the back foot ever since.

John Grace in the Guardian has this interesting story when he says that the secret of the security offered by Johnson is that he is very stupid. From story:

As a result, he and his girlfriend at the time – Carrie regularly attend work meetings – accidentally came to a party that was not a party, though he did not see the invitation, and stayed for 25 minutes because it seemed rude. not to. He discussed a number of tasks before returning to his home and remembered that it was ideal for many people to stay up late to work outside in a few beds.

And he never thought that the party would be a party when he saw the workers clearing the garbage from the flower bed the next morning. In fact, that’s when Dominic Cummings said last week that the party could really be a party that happened to him if the party were a party. Now he regretted everything – most of all, getting caught – and all he asked was that people give him a lot of room. Sue Gray shared her findings. Hopefully he would be as stupid as he thinks everyone else would be.

Nothing cut with ice Keir Starmer. These PMQs may seem like very open goals for the Labor leader, but they still need to stick the ball in the net in front of a room full of Commons. What he did six times. Johnson was sad: after refusing for a few months, was this the best thing he could have come up with? A dog eating my homework excuse would not be insulting. The Prime Minister had gone to the party. He violated the lockdown rules. He misled Parliament when he claimed that he was ill with the No 10 parties. The country thought he was a liar. He had to quit his job.

Boris looks crooked. Unlike Prince Andrew, he knew what it was like to sweat. Back in No. 10 he was able to convince himself that his weak explanation would be enough to get him off the hook. Other than that, he had a long history of coming out of strong dental conditions. But now she realized that her hopes were dashed. He was not fooling anyone. Even himself.

History is important. The Guardian he said about the arrangements for the time:

On the same day Matt Hancock, a former health secretary, offered 5pm press conference urging people to adhere to the rules and not to take advantage of the good weather on the weekend of May to socialize in groups.

At that time the schools were still closed and pubs and restaurants were closed, strongly influencing the mixing. More and more people were allowed to return to their workplaces, but the guideline stated that a 2-meter distance should be followed at all times and “the only important participants should be attending meetings and should be at least 2 meters apart at all times”.

In Parliament Labor leader Keir Starmer broke Johnson’s loyalty.

It is not a lie or deception that will remove him from office even if there is false evidence in Parliament then the district convention is telling him to go. With good language skills they can avoid this issue.

The solution lies in the lack of electoral support and the fear among Tory councilors who hope to lose their right to parliament and all the money they bring. And after a long hiatus, the Tories are now well on their way with a recent YouGov survey of Labor at 38%, 10 points ahead of the audience and with Starmer at 35% support as a favorite Prime Minister compared to Johnson 23.%.

It seems Johnson could not cure this. And for every prospective lender, this would be a good time to bring out the best in others, based on what has happened so far, and I hope they did.

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