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I had bbc news on earlier and they were talking to two young Boris fans. I've never wanted to punch someone in the face so much.
 

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I don't understand all this crap about "only 0.2%" of the country voting for him. Do they think he wasn't a member of the conservative party when they voted for them in 2017?
 

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I'd a feeling about BJ yesterday that i couldn't quite pin down, this seems to sum it up though.

Johnson cannot disillusion anyone, for no one is under any illusion that he is truthful or trustworthy, honourable or earnest.
 

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I was watching PM Question Time and BJ didn't answer any of Corbyn's questions, just shouted and waved his arms like a child. This is going to get pretty boring really quickly.
 

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Yeah Boris kind of went berserk after a long qeustion from Corbyn who was very calm and measured by comparison. Labour have now rolled back and decided to wait to hold a no confidence vote which the Lib Dems certainly want and the SNP most likely to. Whether it is the best strategy or not they will need to be able to work with those two parties.
 

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Yeah Boris kind of went berserk after a long qeustion from Corbyn who was very calm and measured by comparison. Labour have now rolled back and decided to wait to hold a no confidence vote which the Lib Dems certainly want and the SNP most likely to. Whether it is the best strategy or not they will need to be able to work with those two parties.
 

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