Bodicoteblue

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Hmm.
He got Brexit done. Even you admit 'sort of'. He agreed to a deal that the EU had themselves proposed two years earler. As Foreign Secretary he had said such a deal was unthinkable as it threatened the sovereignty of the UK and yet he still agreed it. Now we're seeing the consequences and it is perfectly possible the whole deal could unravel back to a no deal Brexit. If you claim that as a success 'sort of' then fair enough.
On the vaccine rollout we were quick off the mark and yet our death rate per capita is in the worst fifth of 155 countries (statista website) and of course there is the care home issue. All of which suggests he got a hell of a lot more wrong than right.
As for the Ukraine, supplying a lot of weapons yes, refugees no. Plus remember we're not being invaded and it's easy to showboat on a bit of reflected glory.
What did you think of the Owen Paterson affair?
Yep, 12 years of Tory government, 3 years of Johnson’s premiership, a successful brexit campaign, and yet that is the best they can come up with.
Pretty thin stuff.
 

Vic

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Hahahahaha
“He’s shit but not as shit as the other party”

Tory logic all over. Hate politics. It’s cult like. Even the biggest Tory can see what an absolute shit show the last few years have been, the state of the country after their period of power. Saying it’s better than any other party who hasn’t had a chance to lead is just bollocks. If you can tell me what’s better since they’ve been in charge I’d love to hear it. Similar to when there’s an election, ask any Tory why they are voting and it’s not because of all the plans and promises they make. Not because of the big bright future, it’s any insults to the opposition. If after this period you don’t want change then you’re not only stupid but you’re easily pleased.
He's just wumming. Must be.
 

Vic

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126 FPNs issued out of a total of 16,796 FPNs issued by the Met which means that 1 in every 133 FPNs issued in the whole of the Metropolitan Police area covering a population of 9 million were at just one address.
Looks bad... but the correct comparison would be with 3.6m addresses.
 

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