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On 29/05/2019 at 19:04, Piethagoram said:

 

Blimey what a joke what the nhs could do with that money how many more people they could help

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I don't do politics very often, it seems to anger people when opinions are expressed and everyone just becomes grumpy. For this reason I generally don't get involved with it publicly, yet I do wonder what people think of Boris Johnson becoming the Prime Minister?

Personally, I think he would do well and I find it quite a coincidence that just before he's put into the limelight that he would be tagged into some sort of scandal.

I think he'd do a good job, much better than any of the other leaders.

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5 minutes ago, Chris said:

I don't do politics very often, it seems to anger people when opinions are expressed and everyone just becomes grumpy. For this reason I generally don't get involved with it publicly, yet I do wonder what people think of Boris Johnson becoming the Prime Minister?

Personally, I think he would do well and I find it quite a coincidence that just before he's put into the limelight that he would be tagged into some sort of scandal.

I think he'd do a good job, much better than any of the other leaders.

He's a power-hungry opportunist who is so scared of Nigel Farage he has pledged to refuse to pay the divorce bill with the EU and take the UK out of the EU without a deal. This bill is made up of financial commitments made as an EU member and British officials' pensions, which we would be forcing other countries to pay for us. In doing so he would torpedo relations with the biggest trade bloc in the world, from which the UK imports 50% of its food and 100% of its insulin.

No deal would inevitably result in a hard border in Ireland and risk a return to civil war.

Plus he has pledged a tax cut amounting to 9.6 billion pounds, which would ONLY benefit high earners. Sod all for the rest of us. Where would that 9.6 billion be saved? Cuts in public services of course.

Funny hair though.

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On 13/06/2019 at 20:41, Chris said:

I don't do politics very often, it seems to anger people when opinions are expressed and everyone just becomes grumpy. For this reason I generally don't get involved with it publicly, yet I do wonder what people think of Boris Johnson becoming the Prime Minister?

Personally, I think he would do well and I find it quite a coincidence that just before he's put into the limelight that he would be tagged into some sort of scandal.

I think he'd do a good job, much better than any of the other leaders.

 

 

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