The lies, falshoods and misrepresentations of Boris Johnson and his Government.

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    joss
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    https://boris-johnson-lies.com/  

    Click on link for the list and links to each one.

    1 December 2019“We’re upgrading 20 hospitals and building 40 new ones. And you are going to say, oh, well, it’s only six. Actually, that’s not true.”
    Boris Johnson interview, The Andrew Marr Show

    1 December 2019“One of the reasons we’re having this election is because we have a Queen’s speech that was blocked by parliament”
    Boris Johnson interview, The Andrew Marr Show

    1 December 2019“Jeremy Corbyn wants to scrap MI5”
    Boris Johnson interview, The Andrew Marr Show

    1 December 2019“There will be no tariffs and no checks.”
    Boris Johnson interview, Andrew Marr Show

    29 November 2019“40 new hospitals will be built as a result of decisions we’re taking”
    Boris Johnson interview, Nick Ferrari on LBC

    29 November 2019“The NHS, as you know, it’s the biggest increase in living memory, a £34bn increase”

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    fwippers
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    A nice hot coffee courtesy of a well known chain rhyming with tack ronaldz.

    #99307 Reply
    Wigwam
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    Starbucks?

    #99308 Reply
    Wigwam
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    Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.

    #99322 Reply
    wmcforum
    Which Mobility Car

    This one made me laugh:

    #99476 Reply
    fwippers
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    Final days campaigning, nice to see Johnathon Ashworth has Corbyns back!

    #99478 Reply
    Wigwam
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    No, no. You don’t understand. It was just banter.

    #99482 Reply
    Brydo
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    Only two more sleeps to go, excited? ……………….no.

    The only person who got all his work done by Friday was Robinson Crusoe.
    Anything i post over three lines long please assume it is an article lol.

    #99493 Reply
    Mike 700
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    YouGov MRP update. 2200 .

    Most likely outcome – Seats

    Tory  339                         Overall majority potentially of 27 ?

    Labour 231

    Liberal Democrats 15

    SNP 41

    Plaid Cymru 4

    Green Party 1

    Others 1

    Plus Northern Ireland. 18 seats.
    Speaker 1 seat uncontested!

     

    no comment – just info!

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    #99529 Reply
    fwippers
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    As the canvassing draws to a close we wait, again, for the result of the election. Who will “win” and who will “lose”? Sometimes parties win seats and lose others, some feel like losers when they are winners and some like winners when in fact they are losers. If we look at 2017, in reality there were no winners, Tories lost a majority, labour well behind and up 20 odd seats, libs putting on only a few seats and the SNP doon’ in Scotland. The has been most boring campaign I can remember with lies and falsehoods on all sides. We shall see what the public makes ot matters soont.

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by fwippers.
    #99544 Reply
    POPS
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    It’s been a campaign with no winners.

    Honesty has lost.

    Decency has lost.

    Common sense has lost.

    Tribalism has reared it’s ugly head yet again.

    When will we ever learn?

     

    #99563 Reply
    fwippers
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    It’s been a campaign with no winners. Honesty has lost. Decency has lost. Common sense has lost. Tribalism has reared it’s ugly head yet again. When will we ever learn?

    I agree with every word. Still not sure:-

    1. If I will vote tomorrow

    2. If I do, for who?

    #99568 Reply
    Menorca Mike
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    Vote who you feel will do best for you and don’t tell anyone

    BBC Breakfast expert, VW Golf driver.

    #99571 Reply
    POPS
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    I have never voted Labour, but I think that resuscitating our dying NHS is vitally important to all of us, and I also believe that massively reversing the standstill on the building of social housing should be an absolute nationwide priority. Our young people and struggling young families can no longer afford to buy or even rent basic housing in this dog each dog society that we’ve evolved into.

    I can’t trust Boris and his crew with either of these fundamental priorities, so I’m going to have to vote Labour.

    Reading back what I’ve just written worries the hell out of me, but doing nothing and allowing the status quo to remain unchanged is no longer an option.

    #99574 Reply
    brydo

    I’m in a similar boat Pops.

    #99582 Reply
    mitch
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    sorry pops but theres no way i am voting for corbyn.

    what did labour do the last time they were in power did they increase housing, no. did they help the poor no.

    they wasted so much money that acheived very little and left the country bankrupt.

    corbyns promises of money for waspis money for nationalisation etc etc

    same old same old.

    in addition he supports terrorists and regimes that commit war crimes.

    if i could afford it if he gets in i would get out.

    #99583 Reply
    fwippers
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    A poor election campaign overall, nevertheless, will we need another one next year? With the NHS, many if its problems relate to massive PFI payments as a result of the last Labour government. Worth remembering.

    #99589 Reply
    mitch
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    fwippers, i had forgotten that they went  big on pfi, i shouldnt have done as a fairly local hospital was built on pfi by them and whilst its a beutiful building loveley inside and out its a nightmare for them financially.

    it costs over £100 to get a light bulb changed i kid you not.

    they have been in dire straits finacially every year since it opened, continually trying to renegotiate the contract.

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