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Whose In Charge Of The Uk Government. ??

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HansUrbancka | 09:37 Mon 16th Nov 2020 | News
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From all the news items I've read in the press, it appears that Boris Johnson's fiancee Carrie Symonds is in a strong position of power.

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Just as Clementine was
first i have heard. she is not an elected official, so assume it's still Boris and the Tory party
It demonstrates the power contained in a pair of knickers.
so you are all experts now.
lol are you an expert in knickers BHG?
i was wondering that.....
unless there is a coup within the party Boris is still in charge.
Well as dominic cummins as gone the press would after to find someone else to claim was in power. Some on here tho claim the nonsense that its Vallance &Witty really pulling all the strings.
no Clementine wasn't, she was a helpmate, but didn't run his government.
bednobs - I'm very aware that the contents of knickers can have a great influence on gullible men.
so you think he is gullible as well as stupid.
Yes; it sounds very much from the reports in the papers that it was a case of "Cummins and Cain go or I keep my legs crossed".
she couldn't have done that, haven't they had a baby recently....
Actually, emmie, it proves my point; she is getting her own way and he's getting the reward.
what reward?
The contents of her knickers.
what a mind you must have, if you think that's all he's concerned about right now.
Just a practical mind, emmie. When his fiancee falls out with two people who are suddenly sacked it's bound to lead to speculation.
perhaps Boris decided they had to go.
for the sake of the party, and the country, time will tell

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