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TOPIC: Boris at Breakfast
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Boris at Breakfast 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Back to his charming bumbling self, let's see what he achieves. He's got there; he beat the opposition; he did this as Mayor of London (and wasn't bad at that); now let's see how he handles the bigger job. Plus, of course, stupid Brexit.
 
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#194994
md

Re:Boris at Breakfast 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
What will success in becoming PM mean in the long run if those who inhabit the role are not well-integrated human beings and whose support is reliant on a media who don't value integrity? He has got there thanks in no small measure to the huge press lies about Jeremy Corbyn. I think that had Mr Corbyn become PM, it would have forced President Trump and the American top brass to think twice about their actions in the Middle East. Having said this, I'm glad he didn't get the role as he would be the one now having to deal with the Brexit mess, most likely under the shadow of serious threats to his life. Most politicians who lose elections soon forget the issues upon which they fought their campaigns but not Jeremy Corbyn. He has his faults (who hasn't?) but are there any other prominent politicians around at the moment who have developed his high level of integrity?
 
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#195027
hedda

Re:Boris at Breakfast 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
wasn't bad as Mayor????

that ridiculous dangling thing that travels over the Thames that no-one uses?

a ludicrous idea for a silly garden bridge that cost tens of millions without a brick being laid?

1000s of cops off the street ?..fire stations closed?

1000 buses that no-one else wants, completely wrong for London and which roasted passengers to death in Summer?

# and that's just for starters.

Now he's got the top job he can really do some damage.
 
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#195032
md

Re:Boris at Breakfast 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
It's always good to come across articles that look at things from different angles:

renegadeinc.com/goal-propaganda-population-polices
 
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#195043
Bookworm

Re:Boris at Breakfast 8 Months, 1 Week ago  
The real reason they go after Corbyn?
Because he won't take crap from the press.

You only have to look at how the media are currently frothing at the mouth to see their thoughts.
It isn't just news sites. TV is just as bad.

The best thing they can do is get Piers Morgan off of our screens.

As for Israel and Jews, isn't the big hoo-ha about Zionism?
 
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