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gulliver1 | 21:26 Wed 06th Jul 2022 | News
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Boris sacks Gove ,,, thats the first decent move Boris has ever made.

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good god really/ ?
gove been and gone ?
Goving, Goving, Gone ...
Shooting the messenger?
Johnson is single-handedly destroying the Tory party but also the integrity and statesmanship of the office of PM at the same time.
I guess the little boy in Johnson wanted to use what power he has left to sack someone when there was still someone left to sack.
Gove may be content with that: if ever a position was set up for failure...
it is a bit like the fuhrer bunker
if they dont fall on their sword,
he shoots them
Sacked his most competent minister

Genius
Gove - the ultimate little schitt who didn't get beaten enough at Robert Gordon's school - minor and weak institution that this is...great for producing wussies though.
Since Gove was sacked for telling him to resign, will he sack the others who telt him to go?
Priti unlikely ...
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Gove and Johnson just like a pair of kids in the school playground. Boris thinks,. I will sack Gove now while I have the power,
Tomorrow I might not have the power.
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Wonder if Gove wanted Boris's job ???.
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Think Boris was desperate to sack Gove, before he had time to resign, just to keep the numbers down.
Does the forty-three include Gove?
Wrong thread...
Oh no! What’s going to happen to that wonderful Levelling Up now :(
A strange move me thinks.
Gove has been Boris’ most loyal servant.
Now he has been sacked.

This farce can’t go on much longer. [hopefully]
//Gove has been Boris’ most loyal servant.//
Bovine excrement !
Gove has always been a rat. He’s no loss to any government.

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