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Boris Johnson: Who does he think “misspoke”, again?

Once again a Tory prime minister turns out to have resorted to lies because it was the only way to get what he wanted, it seems.

In a filmed interview, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has said Boris Johnson did not have a grand legislative plan to unveil; he had Parliament prorogued because he doesn’t have a majority in Parliament and this was the only way he could push his Brexit through.

It means Dictator Boris Johnson misled the Queen in order to get her to sign the prorogation order – and that’s not acceptable behaviour for a UK prime minister.

We should have expected him to lie to our Head of State, though – he lied to Donald Trump when he was trying to get Melton Mowbray pork pies exported to the United States, remember.

10 Downing Street has claimed Mr Wallace “misspoke” – but where’s the proof?

If BoJob has a big legislative programme, let’s see evidence of it!

Otherwise, the facts seem clear and the prorogation should be rescinded – along with Mr Johnson’s employment as prime minister.

See the video evidence here: Video (enhanced audio): Def Sec Wallace’s accidental admission Johnson prorogued out of weakness means PM misled Queen | The SKWAWKBOX

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