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No point, politicians always lie. Treason May is on record promising dozens of times that we would leave the EU on March 29th. At least with Boris there's a chance he will actually be true to his word and we do leave on Halloween.
Boris Johnson is a politician. If politicians always lie then it follows that the last thing he will be is true to his word. (and he does have form).
Treason May campaigned for Remain, she had no intention of delivering Brexit, her withdrawal treaty written in Brussels and Berlin would have tied us to the EU in perpetuity. At least Boris Johnson is a Brexiteer, and is our best chance of actually leaving in October.
Boris Johnson has form as a liar.
And that's the truth.
Boris is by far the best candidate to by our next PM. He received 114 well deserved votes in the latest leadership selection vote.
So now we can look forward to a 'no deal' clean exit from the eu as instructed by the British public 3 years ago.
@Paul You have not been listening to what that buffoon has said, you have to listen to all he has said, not just the bits that you think will suit his cause.
BoJo presently not showing any wish to attend any of the leadership candidate tv debates.
You'd have thought he'd jump at the chance given as he's supposed to be so bloody marvellous.
What's the point of the TV debates, only members of the Conservative party will be able to vote for the leader, and I imagine the result is already a foregone conclusion.
Whether or not we have votes we should still have the opportunity to see what is on offer.
What's the matter with Johnson? Is he frit? (to use a Thatcherite phrase).
and the nearest to being a 'man of the people' of the lot still left in the running I'd say was Sajid Javid.
Boris Johnson, Eton, Oxford
Michael Gove, Robert Gordon's College, Oxford
Jeremy Hunt, Charterhouse, Oxford
Rory Stewart, Eton, Oxford
Dominic Raab, Dr Challoner's Grammar School (state), Oxford
Matt Hancock, King's School, Oxford
Sajid Javid, Downend School (state), University of Exeter
If Johnson is selected to be the next Tory leader then you can express an opinion of him at the ballot box, until then it's an internal Conservative party matter, unless you fancy joining in order to have a say.
It may be the case that only Conservative members have a vote but to say it is an internal Conservative Party matter is for the birds.
I'll feel free, along with many others, to express my opinion of him and any other politician whatever party they are in whether or not I am a member of that particular party.
Freedom of speech and all that.
Child sex abuse victims have criticised Boris Johnson for claiming police funding was being "spaffed up the wall" investigating historical allegations. And if anybody does not know what "spaffed" means, I am told by Victoria Derbyshire, that it means ejaculating against a wall.
If he gets the top earners Tax cuts as he is claiming, who will be paying for that.
@Lynne, I have asked a question about the comments he made about child sex abuse to the BBC. If theydecide to use my question, they will get back to me.
@majorp - did you phrase the question so that it could be posed to, and answered by, all the candidates? I believe that was a requirement.
BoJo now agreeing to attend the BBC question and answer hustings on Tuesday but still not the live audience one with Channel 4 on Sunday.
Good Grief! This is the man that supposedly will show 'Brussels' what for. Yet he's not prepared to face a live audience.
Live: Britain’s Next PM - The C4 Debate, which will take place on Sunday, June 16th at 6:30pm
I don't remember all these televised debates happening previously when the Prime Minister changed during the life of a government, for example Blair just handed power to Gordon Brown and that was the end of the matter.
That was some 12 years ago and if a week is a longtime in politics then 12 years is an eternity.
And anyway it's totally out of character for the normally media loving Boris not to want to be on the telly.
Let's face it, you're never going to vote for Boris so I don't see why you are getting your knickers in a twist about this.
It's not only me raising concerns.