FOR a man under frenzied pressure, Boris Johnson took to the field yesterday and with some style.
Of course, there’s nothing short of a nuclear explosion that would wipe it out Keir Starmer’s perma-smiling or suppressing his smug, scornful laugh.
But PM almost manage it. . . when the leader of Labour began to realize the futility of asking Partygate the same tedious questions as it was at the Old Bailey instead of the Commons.
Why hope to be able to knock down a skilled political executive like Boris yesterday, with the definitive and potentially harmful Gray report about to be released?
He really has nothing to say about anything else, such as rising inflation or war in Ukraine?
Starmer banging Tories for being distracted by Partygate – but he obviously couldn’t think of anything else on his own.
Boris is in a pathetic quagmire of his own making.
Who knows if he will be able to survive, let alone regain his popularity?
But that’s obviously Labor’s biggest fear.
Starmer desperately wants to overthrow him and face the others who are showing.
Point of concern
The public may have more time for Prince Harry’s sacred sermons if he puts his money in his mouth.
Not much time, no. Maybe more time.
His remarks about anti-vax liars are fair enough even as he mindlessly tries to smear the news media that have devoted much of their news to promoting liars.
However, it is strange that the former Royal Family has kept the story of Spotify Payment Manager hosts a popular anti-vaxxer show on the world’s largest podcast.
Rock icon Neil Young spoke up and acted.
Will Harry join the protest by making his own £18m deal?
Or, when all is said and done, does maintaining that California way of life outweigh all the principles he loudly advertises?
Lure of England
“BREXIT has failed, Brexit is a disaster, Brexit is a lie,” said those who remained as resilient as the Japanese soldiers still fighting in World War II in 1974.
Their contraction must have been sickening to hear it.
Eyes will also roll elsewhere in the real world.
Even at the top financial firms on the planet, almost 90% of them are now looking to set up shop in the UK or expand there.
That is the highest number in years. What’s attractive?
UK economy resilience despite the inevitable uncertainties of our early years outside the EU, they said.
And, more importantly, Covid success.
Cue scoffed from the left.
But what investors do know is that we launched first and are taking back our freedom before almost anyone else.
As of today, even masks are no longer mandatory.
It’s unfashionable to say that, but both achievements are the work of Boris Johnson.
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