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Starmer Taking A Bashing From Boris At Pmqs

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saintpeter48 | 13:22 Wed 26th Jan 2022 | News
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I hope Gulliver is watching, its uncomfortable viewing watching Captain Hindsight taking a right old tanking from Boris!

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I think - "the Gray report is an absolute indictment of a corrup and irresolute leader......."
answered by - "we gave them brexit, we gave them covid, we gave them gob stoppers....." the fair haired wonder fwobbles his hair again

IS a tanking....
Really?! Bit of wishful thinking on your part , Saintpeter....... :-)
As I wrote on t'other thread......
After today's performance, if Starmer is the future of the Labour party, the Labour party has no future.

p.s. I don't think it has anyway, but.....)
PMQs did turn out to be something of a damp squib
Be far better if Starmer would claim a migraine on Wednesdays and let his rentagob rottweiler do the savaging because he is not up to the mark

Moot point anyway because the feeling is that Boris will never have to face PMQs again anyway
With an open goal and the PM on the ground after the latest kicking, Rodders still gets the carp kicked out of him! PMSL! if this is Labour's finest they they ain't getting the keys to no 10 for while yet!
You must have been watching a repeat from several years ago.
Boris was floundering. He looked desperate. A man drowning in the mire of his own making.
If you watched that and thought Boris won, then you are just an indoctrinated fanboy.
TBF SB the GOAS is normally a Maulee rather than a Mauler. Here she is in action:
You used that video last time we had a similar discussion

Matters have moved on apace since and as I said then Mordant could not stand there today and deliver the same

We need to stay topical
//Boris was floundering. He looked desperate. A man drowning in the mire of his own making. //

Come off it, Gromit. Even Laura Kuenssberg - not Boris's greatest fan - said he came out fighting.
pp, "the Gray report is an absolute indictment of a corrup and irresolute leader......."

It hasn't been published yet.
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Starmer was the one who was floundering, Boris gave it back in bucketloads, Labour 'don't like it up em'!
May I suggest Starmer enters the Dorset Knob-Throwing contest, he'd have more chance of victory there!
naomi24
//Boris was floundering. He looked desperate. A man drowning in the mire of his own making. //

Come off it, Gromit. Even Laura Kuenssberg - not Boris's greatest fan - said he came out fighting.
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World of difference between coming out fighting and looking like a champion

The chumpion will be gone shortly
Boris, back to his shouty, childish huffing/puffing self. If anything he appeared to have had some * good news* ?prior to PMG.
Starmer has to go if the Labour Party wish to be taken seriously .
Hope not, sticky. I think the country would regret it ... but we shall see.
naomi24
pp, "the Gray report is an absolute indictment of a corrup and irresolute leader......."

It hasn't been published yet.
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No need for it to be
The lies and performance of Boris since the 1st of December have cemented his reputation to the British public
Shame Sue Gray didn't ask you, sticky. You seem to know more about it than anyone. You're not Gulliver's little brother by any chance? You sound very much like him.
naomi24
Shame Sue Gray didn't ask you, sticky. You seem to know more about it than anyone. You're not Gulliver's little brother by any chance? You sound very much like him.
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Lol !
That is funny coming from someone who could easily pass herself off as Bride of Boris !
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SB 12:44, just evidence of the lack of ability of the GOAS.
Boris isn’t going to resign because he has an uncomfortable PMQs.
As far as Labour are concerned, the session is about giving Boris enough rope to hang himself. Kicking the PM while he is down and giving him a mauling would be counter productive and may even make the public a bit sympathetic.
Better to ask him a straight question about breaking lockdown, let him not attempt to answer, and let the viewers/electorate decide.

Labour were never going to inflict any killer blows at PMQs. They just needed to keep the heat on, and they did.
Labour could have been a lot stronger all along though Gromit. They (an opposition) will never remove a PM with a massive majority but they can hold the ruling party to account (even if jno doesn't think they should).

Unfortunately they haven't and Johnson has got away with loads of faux pars - and is still getting away with it.

But what you say about sitting back now and letting him hang himself and so not alienating some of the population could be the tactic. Sir Kier is a brief and thats a common tactic, besides Cummings always advocated kicking a man when he is down and I am sure he will continue to do so.

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