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Clue - not where he's supposed to be
You all know Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, or Boris as he likes to be called.
He began calling himself ‘Boris’ whilst at Eton because it makes him seem ‘eccentric’ or ‘clown-like’, meaning he can get away with more things. In reality, Boris is an extremely intelligent individual and a shrewd politician.
Boris became Prime Minister of the UK in 2019 and remained in that role until he was ousted in 2022. Since then he has remained as a backbencher which means he has no role in government. He was voted into power by the people of Uxbridge and South Ruislip, therefore their interests, along with those of the nation are his primary responsibilities.
So what is Boris up to now that he no longer has a position in government? Well, apart from earning a ridiculous amount of money on the dinner circuit, speech making scene.
How about last Thursday? He’s taken a keen interest in the Ukrainian war so maybe he was in parliament where Sir Bernard Jenkins had tabled some ‘Backbench business’ to discuss ‘Russia’s grand strategy’.
Nope, he was in Davos at the World Economic Forum get-together. It didn’t look like he enjoyed be spotted.
What about yesterday? Maybe he was holding a constituents’ surgery, discussing A&E waiting lists and potholes with the locals?
Of course not, he was in Kiev.
What exactly was he doing in Davos and with whom did he meet? Who paid the extortionate entry fee, was it us the tax payer?
And now what is he doing in Kiev? Has he been sent there by the government or has he travelled independently? And for what purpose has he made his surprise visit? If he hasn’t been sent by the government then will he inform them as to why he went, what was discussed and agreed?
The British public really should get some answers and the MSM press should really be asking the questions until they are answered.
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