Watch Boris Johnson’s ill-humoured resignation statement

Boris Johnson has accepted the inevitable and resigned as Conservative Party leader, although he intends to remain UK Prime Minister until October.

His speech indicated a huge amount of ill-feeling toward the “herd” of Tory MPs, and the “Darwinian” system, that forced his departure:

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2 thoughts on “Watch Boris Johnson’s ill-humoured resignation statement

  1. dsbacon2017

    Johnson’s resignation was all of a piece from the man delivering it. I’m sorry for any inelegance, but it was nothing more than words served up as self-serving muck. Boastful, intemperate and (surprise, surprise!) frequently untrue it was all of a piece of the man delivering it.

  2. dsbacon2017

    Johnson’s resignation speech: boastful and full of lies and false claims was little better than an incompetent student being given leave to mark his own homework.

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