September 10th, 2012

Video: Boris Speech to Olympic Victory Parade

Guido can imagine Dave waking up in a cold sweat with cheers of “Boris, Boris, Boris” going through his head…

UPDATE: Now that’s what you call a pained expression:


52 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Good one. but never forget he is after all a politician

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  2. 2
    Fcuk me, can it get any worse says:

    Cameron’s spending £238million on promoting his policies this year from the public purse while food banks are needed to help feed hundreds of thousands of people in Britain. We’re all in the same boat my arse. Shame on you Cameron.

    Boris would never have done that, he’s got far too much integrity. Neither, I suspect, would David Davis. Plus Boris is a much better communicator.

    Shame the bloke asked to stand as a stalking horse against Cameron, according to the weekend papers, wasn’t interested.

    Miliband seems very able. With Boris or Davis against him it’s a fair fight, with Cameron missing with every swing it’s a calamity waiting to happen.

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    • 5
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      You were right until the last para.. Milliband, very able? I don’t think so. He is the one reason why Cameron has not already been given the boot.

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    • 17
      SP4BS says:

      A calamity waiting to happen perhaps, but it might be fun.

      No it wouldn’t. I’ve had enough of this bollocks. why are they all such bloody lunatics in politics. Well, I know actually, all the sensible people got real jobs or took more sensible options like going on permanent surfing and skunk holidays.

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  3. 3
    Anyone but Camoron says:

    Boris, Boris, Boris

    Davis, Davis, Davis

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  4. 4
    Cameron's mop & bucket says:

    Guido loves Boris. He wants his baby gravy.

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  5. 6
    genghiz the kahn says:

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  6. 7
    nellnewman says:

    You have to admit Boris does sort inject a sense of fun into usually boring politics. Whether he’d make a good leader I’m not so sure.

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    • 9
      Jeremy Kyle says:

      But could he do any worse?

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      • 12
        nellnewman says:

        The absolute epitomy of the most awful political leader of any party ever has to be gordon . Cameron despite his faults is nowhere near as bad as that.

        Cameron is closer to johnmajor and the grey man image so colourful Boris would be an improvement I guess but I’d rather see someone with less of a comedic streak.

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        • 25
          Wee Willie says:

          I like Bojo too but I fear the only growth we will see is from Bojo’s hair as he slowly morphs into Worzel’s doppelganger.

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        • 39
          Go Camoron go says:

          @nellnewman. Major had ability.

          Cameron by contrast is a blind man repeatedly stumbling into the wall, dribbling down his chin and saying his brain hurts.

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      • 29
        Sniper says:

        Only of he were Gordon – the man Cameron didn’t beat.

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    • 47
      change please says:

      He’s likeable. He may or may not be a good PM. I’d take the chance on seeing him do the job. Whats to lose?
      As it is currently, we have a hateful smarmy Hunt as PM, who isnt good at the job.

      Leadership challenge please.

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  7. 10
    Gordon says:

    I taught dave that trick, I used my wife and kids to stop the booing when I left Downing Street.

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  8. 15
    Joe says:

    Is there anything left on the box for men to watch apart from the occasional footy/rugger match and Top Gear? It seems as though all we on the box lately is fucking soaps, cooking, big brother, X factor and signing ‘n dancing gushin’ wimen and homosexuals.

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  9. 18
    Rupert my Hero says:

    The only World Politician who could say when extolling the virtues of our Athletes ” and we beat the French ” to loud cheers from the crowd.

    Dave your days are numbered.

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  10. 20
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Cameron looked like he was holding in a turtles head.

    Well done BORIS a great speech. About time we had a straight talking person leading the country rather than wobbly-cast-rion-Camoron.

    Come on you Tories start the coup !

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  11. 28
    Sniper says:

    Summer of sport over – Premiershits started already.

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  12. 31
    Anonymous says:

    Boris has all the credentials to lead the Tories..adulter, Etonian, dodgy abuses of power and a twat.

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  13. 34
    Ian E says:

    ‘A pained expression’?

    No, ‘a dickhead’!

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  14. 35
    Hang The Bastards says:

    When was the last time the public chanted the name of a politician (in PRAISE of course!)

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  15. 36
    Peter Carter-Fuck says:

    Bollocks to this, Helen Skelton’s pants stole the show. She would make an admirable PM.

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  16. 41
    Lord Carrington's Binoculars says:

    An anti-politics politician for an anti-politics generation?

    I’ve seen the future and it rides a bike.

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  17. 42
    ToonBob... says:

    Nice one Boris, nice one son……. nice one Boris, give us another one !!

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  18. 45
    Boris for PM says:

    The Tory party should reshuffle Wet Dave out of Downing Street and shuffle in Boris.

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  19. 50
    sumbloke says:

    What a great speech: funny, warm, generous, intelligent, inclusive and inspiring.

    And I’m not even a Boris fan.

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