Sunday 25th of September 2022

we know: the UK is a pigsty...



UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been in the hot seat amid a backlash from the Owen Paterson lobbying scandal and row over MPs' second jobs, the continuing Channel migrant crisis, as well as controversial social care proposals and perceived “rail betrayal”.


Some UK Tory Party members are concerned that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is “losing his grip over key policies”, ranging from social care issues to scaled-back rail plans for the north of the country, reported The Guardian. 


Conservative MPs are purportedly beginning to question Johnson’s competence in the wake of the events of the past two weeks, marred by the fallout from the Owen Paterson sleaze scandal, among other problems.


It was suggested there has been “a lot of concern” inside Downing Street “about the PM”, with a source quoted by the BBC adding that “it’s just not working”. It was essential for the cabinet to “wake up and demand serious changes otherwise it’ll keep getting worse”, underscored the report.


Boris Johnson has faced mounting anger over his proposed changes to the health and care bill, which were debated in the Commons on Monday amid fears they will hit poorer pensioners, a decision to "scale back" rail improvements for the north of the country and failure to come up with a viable way to stop the flow of illegal migrants crossing the English Channel.


Coupled with his handling of the sleaze row, which prompted the PM to admit he had “crashed the car into a ditch” in his handling of the Paterson lobbying case, backbenchers are said to be increasingly rebellious. 


The Prime Minister’s rambling speech at the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) conference, in Port of Tyne, northern England, on Monday, purportedly did little to assuage these concerns. At the event, Boris Johnson had seemed lost for words as he rummaged through his notes, muttering "forgive me" before launching into a bizarre discourse about Peppa Pig World, a park based on the children’s TV show, which is situated 330 miles away from South Shields, where the Confederation of British Industry took place.


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dementia: regression into childhood...

Stumbling over your notes and reminiscing about a visit to Peppa Pig World isn't how most speeches go but the prime minister's latest one did.

Boris Johnson delivered an unusual speech at a conference for business leaders on Monday, causing a reporter to ask if everything was OK with him.

He's defended the speech saying it "went over well".


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