Those trying to find fault with Boris for events which mostly complied within the restrictions twelve months ago, are still seething because the PM ‘Got Brexit done’.
Do those plotting his downfall honestly believe they can shoehorn the useless Keir Starmer or some other stooge, into No 10, expecting the public are prepared to be driven over the cliff, back into the toxic grip of Brussels?
The British public are far too sensible, and more concerned by the escalating cases of Covid, the Russian army building its forces on the borders of Ukraine, rising interest rates, fuel and food prices, and other global matters.
We really do not consider what happened in an office twelve months ago, or how Boris paid for the wallpaper in the No 11 apartment, he calls home, of national importance.
Why should he pay for the wallpaper? His take home pay is significantly less than that of ‘civil servants’ who may or may not have opened a bottle of wine. Surely most landlords, in this case the taxpayer, should pay for the PMs refurbishments.
I really do not understand what all the fuss is about. Well, I do – it’s about Brexit and their hatred for the man who is popular amongst the discerning electorate and who ‘got it done’.
Few Prime Ministers have had to cope with or have achieved as much as Boris since he stepped into No 10 Downing Street. He won an 80-seat majority, ‘got Brexit done’, faced COVID and very nearly died from it. Set in motion the very first national vaccination programme, led by Margaret Keenan, aged 90, the first person in the world to be jabbed, with the vaccine, who celebrated the fact only last week.
Boris also ensured millions of businesses and individuals survived economically during lock down by ensuring the Chancellor made available £billions through furlough, tax breaks and business loans.
Since Brexit investment has flooding back to the UK, including Shell, and is outperforming Germany and France in construction and new car registrations. London has been declared the best European city for investment.
Boris is probably the most transparent PM in history. He is not, as those who seek to de-throne him wish us to believe, dishonest. He consistently says it as it is, Supports his MPs, and as we have witnessed during the past eighteen months, been prepared to change the direction of travel, when he is persuaded by experts, scientists, and data.
Those who think others could do better, should be very careful about what they wish for. History shows those who dumped both Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher, soon came to regret their actions. Anthony Eden was judged to be the worst Prime Minister ever, and John Major was a close second.
It would be wise to reflect upon Billy Connolly’s wise words before dumping the person who saved us from Corbyn, and will pull our country through the pandemic, financial uncertainties, Russia’s increasing aggression, China threatening to invade Taiwan, and aiming at world domination whilst building up an arsenal of lethal weapons, and much else besides.
Fortes Fortuna adjuvat - Boris maybe unconventional, but he is certainly brave. The intellect of his enemies and those winging, and whining is pathetic. As Charles Moore points out, the BBC, enthusiastically fronted by Nick Robinson and Laura Kuenssberg, consistently wheel out those eager to knife Boris in back, such as Gavin Barwell, bitter Theresa May’s henchman, Nusrat Ghani MP, and others. Anyone with a good word to say about Boris and the Government are immediately cut off in their prime.