For Boris Johnson and his cronies, blame always lies elsewhere

Blaming others is always the Tory way.

If a Tory is laying blame, you can bet that they are responsible.

The foreign secretary and his cohorts have left this country in an imperilled and intolerable situation

Source: For Boris Johnson and his cronies, blame always lies elsewhere | Nick Cohen | Opinion | The Guardian

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6 thoughts on “For Boris Johnson and his cronies, blame always lies elsewhere

  1. Justin

    They all rode around on there shiny red bus of false promises, the whole lot of them, Ids, gove, patel, boris etc and they have to deliver,one of there big promises was 350 million into the nhs, something that they are trying to back-pedal on, fact you had it painted on your big shiny bus, so deliver after all if this was one of your manifest and now you cannot, then you lied and for that you should face the same charges that hopefully will stick to ids and grayling and that is misconduct in public office, so that politicians that want to come up with false promises and lies can also find out that they can be held accountable and kicked out of public office and if the lies lead to deaths let us hope that there is justice in this world and the perpetrators are slung in a nice cosy prison cell to reflect on there error of judgement that has caused such bad hardship for a lot of people, the whole lot of them are evil and normally i am a forgiving person but in this case don’t bother asking, just sling them away and make sure they can’t get near public office again, i am sure there be plenty of voluntary work for them or minimum wage checkout staff!!

  2. casalealex

    “The foreign secretary and his cohorts have left this country in an imperilled and intolerable situation”

    The worrying thing is that they haven’t actually left the country….

  3. NMac

    Stripped of his wafer thin veneer of totally false buffoonery Johnson is an empty vessel that makes of lot of blustering noise. He has been described as a very poor fourth-rate newspaper columnist. Personally, I believe that over-rates him, but it is probably close to reality.

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