Bye, bye BoJo - Breaking

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He who wields the dagger will never wear the crown. Teresa May may enjoy the rest of the world cup on telly. Soon to be unemployed.
 

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Sometimes you have to treat a politician with the respect they deserve. In this case, none at all.
 

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He is desperately trying to get some credibility after sitting tight until Davis jumped.

 

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BoBoBoris - gone - about time - should have been sacked a long time ago - bumbling idiot - no backbone - David Davis has stolen a march on hime.
Tessie in big trouble now - others will surely follow
 

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Boris resigns to spend more time with his family.

 

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So if England wins the World Cup or even gets to the final, BoJo wont be able to rock up at Heathrow to make a gobshyte of himself on their return.

Thank goodness.
 

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I didn't think he would resign. I don't see what benefit him resigning brings (other than the UK not having a total fanny as a Foreign Secretary), but I am not sad he's gone.
 

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Bye bye, Boris. Missing you already. Not.

 

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Wait until theres a leadership vote. He'll be back.
 

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Wait until theres a leadership vote. He'll be back.
He was elected twice mayor of London an overwhelmingly Labour city. He has name recognition to die for. A lot of people keep underestimating him.
 

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Suggested earlier today, May should try some L.S.D and run around a field of corn....now, double the dose and hopefully get a good trip in before Trumps visit on Friday....:rolleyes:
 

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It was always worrying that an obvious 100% buffoon like Johnson should have been given responsibility above that of cleaning toilets.
 

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Breaking: The UK.
And with a bit of luck, the Tory Party. In fact if I had to choose I might pick them to break first.

It was always worrying that an obvious 100% buffoon like Johnson should have been given responsibility above that of cleaning toilets.
I really didn't think there was anyone left who still fell for that carefully constructed version of Boris.
 


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