Angry about Boris Johnson’s lies? Just share this song to get the point across

Last Updated: July 31, 2021By Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Mitch Benn is a great satirical composer.

I’ve enjoyed his work ever since discovering him on Radio 4’s The Now Show a few years ago.

He has produced another hit that is perfect for getting the message across that Boris Johnson is a liar.

Here it is:

If you have friends, neighbours or colleagues of the hard-of-thinking or Tory persuasion, who still think the prime minister of the UK has an integrity at all, play this to them.

It may be especially effective if linked with evidence of these lies like Peter Stefanovic’s now-infamous video.

Repeat if necessary, at intervals, until they understand.

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