If #BorisJohnson was ‘ambushed with a cake’, he won’t be much use against Russia

The latest excuse for Boris Johnson being involved in Downing Street parties – relating to his birthday party on June 20, 2020 – is that he was “ambushed with a cake”.

We’ve all had a bit of fun with it:

This is especially amusing:

But this is a prime minister who wants us to think he can deter Russian president Vladimir Putin from invading Ukraine.

In Prime Minister’s Questions today (January 26), he said: “The UK government is bringing the West together… to have the toughest possible package of sanctions to deter President Putin from a reckless and catastrophic invasion.”

How can he expect us to believe he can deter one of the most powerful countries in the world from military action when he can’t even deter his own officials from holding an illegal party and handing him cake?

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