March 18th, 2014

Quote of the Day

Chief Boris baiter Mark Pritchard hits the Mayor again today:

“The multi-talented Johnson family need to avoid becoming the political equivalent of the Kardashians. There is no vacancy at Number 10.”


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  1. 1
    Tim Yeo-Yo says:

    Which Johnson has the huge booty and which one has the angry fake titties?

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  2. 2
    thostids says:

    The only Johnson that I had any respect for was the late Frank Johnson. When he called Minor Major’s Administration as “broken-spined” he was summarily dismissed by The Telegraph.
    As for Mr. B. Johnson, I remember reading his columns as a Sunday Telegraph Europe correspondent. Another dodgy “Euro -Sceptic” with a conveniently weak memory for his treatment of the Brussels kleptocracy in his often fulsome praise!
    He’s going to look a right prat when the last of his hair falls out.

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