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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson 20:04 - Dec 5 with 2063 viewsgordon

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 20:12 - Dec 5 with 1442 viewsBent_double

Oooh, that's gotta hurt.....over to you, BJ.

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 20:21 - Dec 5 with 1425 viewsRyorry

Beautiful

Our current PM is a frit dodger!

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Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:31 - Dec 5 with 1405 viewsunstableblue

.. trust and importance of truth

Whether you are leave or remain.. Tory or Labour... a vote for Boris is a vote for someone with very questionable standards and for someone who is untrustworthy

Do we want to follow the mess that is US politics, by legitimising untruths from our leaders

The Tory party has jettisoned so many candidates who had some moral compass, those that are left seem more obsessed by achieving Brexit than maintaining their own dignity!!

Don't get me wrong I don't dislike Boris he's a bumbling buffoon... but leader of our country?

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Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:36 - Dec 5 with 1385 viewsRyorry

Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:31 - Dec 5 by unstableblue

.. trust and importance of truth

Whether you are leave or remain.. Tory or Labour... a vote for Boris is a vote for someone with very questionable standards and for someone who is untrustworthy

Do we want to follow the mess that is US politics, by legitimising untruths from our leaders

The Tory party has jettisoned so many candidates who had some moral compass, those that are left seem more obsessed by achieving Brexit than maintaining their own dignity!!

Don't get me wrong I don't dislike Boris he's a bumbling buffoon... but leader of our country?


He's all that yet you "don't dislike" him?

That is exactly the problem, right there.

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 20:38 - Dec 5 with 1375 viewsHARRY10

err, that;s been posted twice already

do keep up
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Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:39 - Dec 5 with 1375 viewspointofblue

Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:36 - Dec 5 by Ryorry

He's all that yet you "don't dislike" him?

That is exactly the problem, right there.


To be fair he's completely hilarious; great figure of fun to have a go at every so often. But he nowhere near Prime Minister material and shouldn't be allowed to lead a race, let alone a country.

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 20:40 - Dec 5 with 1368 viewsgordon

Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 20:38 - Dec 5 by HARRY10

err, that;s been posted twice already

do keep up


Keep up with things that hadn't happened yet?
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Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:46 - Dec 5 with 1348 viewsRyorry

Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:39 - Dec 5 by pointofblue

To be fair he's completely hilarious; great figure of fun to have a go at every so often. But he nowhere near Prime Minister material and shouldn't be allowed to lead a race, let alone a country.


I've seen numerous vox pops round the country with people saying "he's a liar, I dont trust him, but I kinda like him so I'll vote for him". Makes you weep.

I honestly think if he were ugly, bald & wore glasses, he wouldn't even have been elected as leader of the Con party. It's extremely worrying that he gets away with stuff because of personal charisma.

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Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:57 - Dec 5 with 1325 viewsOxford_Blue

Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:31 - Dec 5 by unstableblue

.. trust and importance of truth

Whether you are leave or remain.. Tory or Labour... a vote for Boris is a vote for someone with very questionable standards and for someone who is untrustworthy

Do we want to follow the mess that is US politics, by legitimising untruths from our leaders

The Tory party has jettisoned so many candidates who had some moral compass, those that are left seem more obsessed by achieving Brexit than maintaining their own dignity!!

Don't get me wrong I don't dislike Boris he's a bumbling buffoon... but leader of our country?


And Corbyn is?????

You’re not voting for personalities you’re voting for their policy on Brexit.
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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:07 - Dec 5 with 1295 viewsvapour_trail

Interesting to see what the response to that is.

Currently 650 or so parliamentary candidates waiting for Dominic to tell them what they can publish on Twitter. W@nkers.

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:19 - Dec 5 with 1255 viewsNthsuffolkblue

As I put in the other thread:

This is the last line:

"But the Prime Minister of our nation will at times have to stand up to President Trump, President Putin, President Xi of China. So we're surely not expecting too much that he spend half an hour standing up to me."

The idea he will do more damage to his vote share by answering questions than he can by avoiding them should ring alarm bells, surely?

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Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 21:20 - Dec 5 with 1249 viewsDarth_Koont

Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:57 - Dec 5 by Oxford_Blue

And Corbyn is?????

You’re not voting for personalities you’re voting for their policy on Brexit.


And Corbyn is a far better option.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/nov/20/labour-conservative-party

Unless we want the economy to shrink by 6%, want even more children living in poverty, even more homeless, even more people not getting the medical and mental health treatment they need, the financial support they need, (insert further example of hateful shyte x50) ....
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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:28 - Dec 5 with 1215 viewsSwansea_Blue

Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 20:38 - Dec 5 by HARRY10

err, that;s been posted twice already

do keep up


3 times now. Some muppet just posted it up again - must be a complete tit

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:29 - Dec 5 with 1210 viewsvapour_trail

Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:19 - Dec 5 by Nthsuffolkblue

As I put in the other thread:

This is the last line:

"But the Prime Minister of our nation will at times have to stand up to President Trump, President Putin, President Xi of China. So we're surely not expecting too much that he spend half an hour standing up to me."

The idea he will do more damage to his vote share by answering questions than he can by avoiding them should ring alarm bells, surely?


Should but won’t I’m afraid.

This might resonate with a few but most of the media won’t report it and will continue the attack elsewhere.

That is where we are currently.

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:30 - Dec 5 with 1201 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:28 - Dec 5 by Swansea_Blue

3 times now. Some muppet just posted it up again - must be a complete tit


So good it was posted twice.

Still won't change any Tory voter's mind unfortunately.

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:31 - Dec 5 with 1195 viewsSwansea_Blue

Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:29 - Dec 5 by vapour_trail

Should but won’t I’m afraid.

This might resonate with a few but most of the media won’t report it and will continue the attack elsewhere.

That is where we are currently.


"Well they woud say that wouldn't they. Just becasue he wants to get brexit done and the elite are trying to stop him and silence democracy. They'd put a terrorist who's going to wreck the economy into power if they could...." etc., blah, blah, blah, will off the people, take back control....

Which reminds me, I need to go and phone my old man and gt an update of the Mail and Telegraph coverage today. Laters all.

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:32 - Dec 5 with 1196 viewsgordon

This video of Andrew Neill could be one of those moments which define an election - the clip has already been watched by more than a million people online, plus however many people were watching live.

With bad weather possible + tactical voting, I'm not convinced that Labour are as far away as the polls are making out, and this could move a few more votes in the marginals, taking us right into hung parliament territory.
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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:33 - Dec 5 with 1186 viewsgordon

Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:29 - Dec 5 by vapour_trail

Should but won’t I’m afraid.

This might resonate with a few but most of the media won’t report it and will continue the attack elsewhere.

That is where we are currently.


It doesn't matter how it gets reported in the Times or whatever, it's social media wot matters these days.
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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:36 - Dec 5 with 1174 viewsvapour_trail

Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:33 - Dec 5 by gordon

It doesn't matter how it gets reported in the Times or whatever, it's social media wot matters these days.


most of us live in echo chambers on social.

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Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 21:59 - Dec 5 with 1091 viewsm14_blue

Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:57 - Dec 5 by Oxford_Blue

And Corbyn is?????

You’re not voting for personalities you’re voting for their policy on Brexit.


I’ll decide for myself what I’m voting on thanks.
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Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 22:22 - Dec 5 with 1052 viewsfactual_blue

Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:57 - Dec 5 by Oxford_Blue

And Corbyn is?????

You’re not voting for personalities you’re voting for their policy on Brexit.


Really?????

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Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 22:28 - Dec 5 with 1032 viewsfactual_blue

Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 20:39 - Dec 5 by pointofblue

To be fair he's completely hilarious; great figure of fun to have a go at every so often. But he nowhere near Prime Minister material and shouldn't be allowed to lead a race, let alone a country.


'boris johnson is unfit to hold any public office'

Ian Hislop - a man who knows what he's talking about, and knows where all the bodies are buried (disaffected journalists give him the stories they can demonstrate to be true, but which have been spiked).

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Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 22:33 - Dec 5 with 1018 viewspointofblue

Brilliant piece of journalism..... in some ways this election is a referendum on on 22:28 - Dec 5 by factual_blue

'boris johnson is unfit to hold any public office'

Ian Hislop - a man who knows what he's talking about, and knows where all the bodies are buried (disaffected journalists give him the stories they can demonstrate to be true, but which have been spiked).


He doesn't need to know what he's talking about or know where all the bodies are buried... he was sitting to the right of Johnson when he attempted to host Have I Got News For You. That's enough of an example.

The Conservatives voted for someone who appealed most to the party base without considering the importance of the floating voter. Not that I want to drag the thread elsewhere but they're not the only ones and have left us with a mess to get through.

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 22:56 - Dec 5 with 965 viewsRyorry

Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 21:32 - Dec 5 by gordon

This video of Andrew Neill could be one of those moments which define an election - the clip has already been watched by more than a million people online, plus however many people were watching live.

With bad weather possible + tactical voting, I'm not convinced that Labour are as far away as the polls are making out, and this could move a few more votes in the marginals, taking us right into hung parliament territory.


Was also on BBC1 10pm news just now. Unfortunately only his opening general comments - cut off before he got to the much more damaging list of specifics.

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Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 10:15 - Dec 6 with 795 viewsWeWereZombies

Here's the Andrew Neill challenge to Boris Johnson on 22:56 - Dec 5 by Ryorry

Was also on BBC1 10pm news just now. Unfortunately only his opening general comments - cut off before he got to the much more damaging list of specifics.


You mean the ones about Andrew Neil reckoning Boris Johnson is not up to the job when it comes to standing up to Trump, Putin and Xi?

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