Yes! Prime Minister

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Whatever else he might or might not do, he will deliver Brexit.

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39 Responses to Yes! Prime Minister

  1. stackja

    How many MPs are ‘remainers’?

  2. custard

    Well I hope he does too (preferably with no deal). But I fear he will be thwarted by those remainers in his own party and may even be thrown out by a lack of confidence motion or some such thing.
    If it all turns pear shape and an election is called (which I think Corbyn wants) can the Brexit party prevail?

  3. He has one chance of cementing himself in history.

  4. Bruce in WA

    Talk about a poisoned chalice …

    “The pellet with the poison’s in the vessel with the pestle; the chalice from the palace has the brew that is true!”

  5. Tel

    Whatever else he might or might not do, he will deliver Brexit.

    Brexit means Brexit! What else could it mean?

  6. Up The Workers!

    However eccentric he might be, he at least seems to be conservative, a carnivore, and is reasonably well acquainted with a bar of soap – if not a comb or barber.

    Much better than can be said for the awful human mung-bean, soap-phobic, sandalista who leads the knuckle-dragging pro-terrorist dingbats on the other side of the House.

    Here’s hoping he’ll trump his own cesspit of vile Lefties before long.

  7. Arky

    Whatever else he might or might not do, he will deliver Brexit.

    ..
    Doubtful.

  8. Bruce in WA

    However eccentric he might be, he at least seems to be conservative, a carnivore, and is reasonably well acquainted with a bar of soap – if not a comb or barber.

    I read on another thread that he’s actually a vegan??

  9. areff

    All he has to do now is survive with, what, a majority of two or three. Prorogue parliament, Boris, and let the clock run down.

  10. zyconoclast

    Trump won’t build his promised wall.

    Boris couldn’t build Hadrian’s wall if he wanted.
    He will not leave the EU as was promised on Oct 31, 2019.

  11. Roger

    Whatever else he might or might not do, he will deliver Brexit.

    ..
    Doubtful.

    If he doesn’t he’s politically dead.

  12. Percy Popinjay

    That is, the Boris Johnson Delusion – the idea that Johnson is Brexit’s saviour, its fun blonde champion, and that now we have a Believer in No10 everything will be coming up kippers. This is a fantasy, and a dangerous one.

  13. Beachcomber

    Brexit means Brexit! What else could it mean?

    Yes, well, for the leftist establishment and their media it can mean May-Hammond’s vassal-state surrender to the EU ‘Deal’. Johnson will try to use ‘May’s pig of an agreement with a bit of lipstick gingerly applied on it’ to weasel his way through Brexit and avoid an election.
    Johnson is not a conservative. He’s a slimey Turn-merkel style elitist leftist.

  14. Dr Fred Lenin

    The acheivement of a fu;; no deal Brexit will be the greatest defeat of globalisyt communist faxcism will be the greatest defeat since the election of Donald Trump beat them in 2016 ,the soros owned communists will be beside themselves in rage . Be nice if this was followed by Trumps re election ,Marine le Pen winning the presidency in France ,Salvini getting full power in Italy ,and a coalition of Poland,Hungary ,Slovakia ,Slovenia to reverse merkels destructive migrant invasion . Defeat of the EU army plot will follow and the fourth reich will be frustrated . Winning is fun pity about the wankers ruling Australia thougb innit ? Not a ray of sunshine in sight .

  15. At the moment, all this ‘Johnson won’t deliver’ sounds a lot like ‘Trump will never become President’.

  16. Beachcomber

    At the moment, all this ‘Johnson won’t deliver’ sounds a lot like ‘Trump will never become President’.

    Hope you’re right. I had serious doubts about Trump but he has done much better and been more conservative than expected!

  17. Fisky

    The current Tories have no intention of allowing Boris to deliver Brexit. He needs to bring in mandatory re-selection for all anti-Brexit MPs, call an early election on a No Deal platform, and use his resulting majority to ram through a speedy exit bill. No more negotiations.

  18. Infidel Tiger

    Boris has a once in a century opportunity to not only deliver BREXIT but to rid the Conservatives of the destructive and recalcitrant Whigs for good.

  19. PB

    I bet he will be permitted by his Masters to deliver a Brexit of sorts on condition that he provide troops and material for a certain middle-eastern shithole’s long wished for campaign against Iran for dominance in the ME.

  20. Empire 5:5

    Interesting. Boris took over the Foreign Office from Phil Hammond in July 2016, the same time the Steele dossier materialised and Downer orchestrated his drink with George Papadopolous.

    We know the SIS was complicit in relaying FVEY intel to US bad actors for political purposes. The MI6 Chief reports to the Foreign Secretary.

    I’d say Boris’ first item of business following tea with Betty, is to get down on his knees and VC Uncle Don. He’s got some making up to do.

  21. Empire 5:5

    Alternatively, Phil Hammond signed off and then left Boris a steaming turd. One wonders what made it through to HM’s intel brief.

    Hammond promised to resign if Boris got the keys to 10 Downing.

  22. Sydney Boy

    The left seem to hate him – so he’s obviously the right man for the job!

  23. Beachcomber

    Interesting. Boris took over the Foreign Office from Phil Hammond in July 2016, the same time the Steele dossier materialised and Downer orchestrated his drink with George Papadopolous. ……

    ………. Alternatively, Phil Hammond signed off and then left Boris a steaming turd.

    That is very interesting. Hammond seems to have been a hostile agent for globalist EU interests working within the British Government. A bit like Soviet Union recruits Philby etc.

  24. miltonf

    Just another Harold McWilson

  25. miltonf

    More Major than Thatcher

  26. Empire 5:5

    Philip Hammond
    @PhilipHammondUK
    Congratulations
    @BorisJohnson!
    You have said very clearly that you are determined to do a deal with Brussels – and you will have my wholehearted support in doing so. Good luck!
    10:37 PM · Jul 23, 2019

    Lovely platitudes, Phil. Now where’s the resignation?

  27. Nob

    Boris is no Trump.
    He’s a career politician who reaches to be loved.

  28. Nob

    Reaches?
    I meant “wants”. Works either way I guess.

  29. Jannie

    Theresa May and the British deep state have left him a problem or two to sort out. The outstanding issue of Brexit and like whose idea was it to seize an Iranian ship while the politicians were out counting numbers?

  30. DavidH

    I recall a Two Ronnies closing news item mentioning Boris Gudunov, Boris Not Quite Gudunov and Boris Absolutely Useless. Which will BoJo prove to be?

  31. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    He hopes to win by enthusiasm. He is also something of a push and push through artist. His first Prime Ministerial speech was almost Churchillian in spite of the overdone arm movements; he will bring a lot of people along with it because he is aiming to meet a lot of needs. If he meets even some of them, he will seem heroic. Brixit is the first, main and defining challenge.
    I’ll see who he puts in his Cabinet and take it from there.

  32. John A

    Roger
    #3114593, posted on July 24, 2019 at 12:50 pm

    Whatever else he might or might not do, he will deliver Brexit.

    ..
    Doubtful.

    If he doesn’t he’s politically dead.

    As I hear it he has already accepted the resignations of (euph.) three Remainers from May’s cabinet.

    An indication that he recognises his realpolitik position and is doing something worthwhile about it.

  33. Nob

    Not a bad start.

    “Record 17 ministers go in five hours”

    That’s the easy but, you’d think, but a lot would have baulked at it.

  34. Helen

    Look he can talk to people and they can listen and understand what he is saying and have a laugh and also be a bit proud becasue he is talking the joint up and the people up.

    I reckon the masses are a bit irritated over being ignored, talked down to, told what to think, write, eat, speak and I think they will give him a go and be extra cross if the remainers try to pull on any votes of no confidence and they have to go to an election. They might be so cross they dont vote those types back in. We shall see. It will be entertaining.

  35. Bar Beach Swimmer

    Pleased to see you’ve touched base, Arky. (Although maybe you’ve just been away from the OT)

  36. Bar Beach Swimmer

    Not a bad start.

    “Record 17 ministers go in five hours”

    +1

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