"Replacing Boris would be a terrific gamble”: The perils of Tory leadership contests | Red Box

  • Published on Jan 19, 2022
  • As the Tories limber up for a potential leadership contest, the ghosts of elections past loom large in their collective memory. Can Boris Johnson survive? Are Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss making their ambitions a bit too obvious? And what pitfalls should any leader in waiting avoid? Michael Portillo voted in four Tory leadership elections as an MP and a cabinet minister. Then stood, and lost, in one. Now a safe distance from his life in politics, Times Red Box editor Patrick Maguire visited him a stone's throw from Parliament to hear his thoughts on contests past, present and future.
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Comments • 373

  • Sam Farrow
    Sam Farrow 4 months ago +174

    Replacing Bojo or not I still wouldn’t trust any of them

    • Dr PayneX
      Dr PayneX 4 months ago

      Yeah your default shouldn't be trust - trust is earned

    • Victor Kachulu
      Victor Kachulu 4 months ago +2

      Someone said that “the leader of a nation is just as good as the people they lead” so may be we need to look at our mirrors a little more to understand why we have our current leaders. And please don’t say “I didn’t vote for any of these lot”, because that is part of the problem. People would rather sleep in their beds than go out to vote when it comes to it. And then vehemently complain about the results. And please don’t moan about our democracy not being representative enough. We still live in a fairly democratic country imperfect as its democracy may be.

    • Hot Frog Animations
      Hot Frog Animations 4 months ago +2

      You are right to think in such a way.

    • Kwee Hara
      Kwee Hara 4 months ago +1

      💜🎁💙🇯🇵Asi con toy y sus mañas no se la *Funnymuvie.Online*
      hay nomas pa ra reirse un rato y no estar triste y estresado por la vida dura que se vive hoy..
      🈂️♂️♀❤️años después
      la sigo creo k sea el únicoDj$😍

  • Ant M
    Ant M 4 months ago +75

    Doesn’t matter who’s in power. It’s one big game they all play and the pawns in that game are the people of Britain

    • Julia M.
      Julia M. 4 months ago

      @Health is wealth Whoa, how did you come up with those numbers? If that's true, that is beyond obscene!

    • Pranesh
      Pranesh 4 months ago

      Yes boris would be the right person

    • Tornado 1
      Tornado 1 4 months ago


    • Jack Russell
      Jack Russell 4 months ago +1

      @Health is wealth Nonsense !

    • David Fewtrell
      David Fewtrell 4 months ago +1

      It sort of does.

  • Pregory Geck
    Pregory Geck 4 months ago +75

    No potential leader is available to choose from in this era of politicians!

    • Louie Budsworth
      Louie Budsworth 4 months ago

      @Wes G socialism makes the poor poorer, capitalism makes the poor rich, just take east and west berlin as an example

    • Wes G
      Wes G 4 months ago

      @Louie Budsworth yeah well, it's not just about what you want or what you need. It's about what 20 million poor ppl need. Unless you think their needs are less so than you desire.

    • Wes G
      Wes G 4 months ago

      @Alex Anyone could do a better job. Problem for many folk is that they need a leader, they need a strongman, a hero, a saviour.. sad as it sounds. And let's not forget, many of those people are proud self sufficient go getters with a can do attitude and aspiration that oozes from their pours.

  • Sam
    Sam 4 months ago +52

    I remember being sat watching Boris Johnson win the GE with my head in my hands. I genuinely don’t understand what people were expecting to happen 🤷🏾‍♂️ The tories lied through the entire campaign and won because of it. Now everyone’s like “woah! These people aren’t very nice”… 🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️

    • Dr PayneX
      Dr PayneX 4 months ago

      @Louie Budsworth "I don't watch the MSM"... you're literally commenting on this MSM video.... did you not watch it?

    • Louie Budsworth
      Louie Budsworth 4 months ago

      @I'm unity no what you have done is instead of having a reasonable debate you have tried to shut my argument down with an invalid argument, you said i watch msm which i dont, which msm do you think i watch? Bbc? Itv? I wouldnt watch them because i see them as being completely bias to the left, you then respond about me misspelling a word - is that the only bit of input you have to offer? Tell me why and how your socialist coo coo eutopia will work, i really want to know

    • I'm unity
      I'm unity 4 months ago

      @Louie Budsworth nah, I've already exlained why you're wrong. Now I'm pointing out your illiteracy. If you can't even spell basic words, how can anyone care about your opinion? I don't feel personally attacked, I'm just aware that you have no idea what you're talking about.

    • Louie Budsworth
      Louie Budsworth 4 months ago

      @I'm unity what msm do i follow? Do you know where i stand politically? Yet you want to call me "dumb" because i wont conform to your leftist bs.

    • Louie Budsworth
      Louie Budsworth 4 months ago

      @I'm unity does it take away from the points i make if i misspell a word? Your not a very good debater when you resort to trying to insult me because i disagree with you politically, i havent insulted you personally yet you feel personally attacked.. i feel sorry for you.

  • Isabelle Rose 99 years ago
    Isabelle Rose 99 years ago 4 months ago +71

    About boris when he said that he didn’t know he was ‘breaking the rules’. OF COURSE HE KNEW HE WAS BREAKING THEM . He announced of what was against the rules and what wasn’t. How ridiculous. He can’t even listen to his own rules

    • Who Dares Wins
      Who Dares Wins 4 months ago

      @Jeremy Smith the fact they put their politics (Great reset) before being a advisor.

    • bountyhunter
      bountyhunter 4 months ago

      I can’t blame him. I can’t listen to him either.

    • Isabelle Rose 99 years ago
      Isabelle Rose 99 years ago 4 months ago

      That’s what I mean!

    • Galerak
      Galerak 4 months ago +2

      Isn't it amazing that out of the 100 people that were sent that 'BYOB' text message the vast majority of them realised it WAS against the rules but their so called 'leader' didn't.

  • Ben Jammin
    Ben Jammin 4 months ago +16

    its amusing when people act like scandal is a new thing in government, just shows the public are quick to forget

    • Dr PayneX
      Dr PayneX 4 months ago +1

      You're amused by weird stuff. Do you like Mrs Browns Boys too? 😉

    • Magicgazz
      Magicgazz 4 months ago

      That’s amusing?

  • Galerak
    Galerak 4 months ago +26

    "Replacing Boris would be a terrific gamble”? Isn't keeping Captain Bumblefuck as leader an even bigger gamble?

    • Jonah Allen
      Jonah Allen 4 months ago +1

      Gamble ???? Do you think he deserves a gamble ? . Do you think we should go into the next election with Johnson ? ...they will do it anyway just b4 the next election to try and appear fresh ...it worked with Major ...GET RID NOW .

    • Sonia Silva
      Sonia Silva 4 months ago +2

      🤣🤣🤣 loved the bumblefuck but lol i so agree with u

  • huy iii
    huy iii 4 months ago +25

    Replacing Boris is not the answer as they all are cut from the same cloth..what needs to be done is weed out all the Tories and labour and time to give politics a clean up. And put the people in power for the people

    • Adam Khaldun
      Adam Khaldun 4 months ago +1

      Clean up the entirety of the Commons and the Lords

  • Katherine Hennessy
    Katherine Hennessy 4 months ago +5

    What a surprise. Politicians are again above accountability and the sheeple will stand by and take it.
    Change my mind….

  • Sonia Silva
    Sonia Silva 4 months ago +3


  • The Soul Pool 2766marcia
    The Soul Pool 2766marcia 4 months ago +2

    I will never forget not saying goodbye to my brother or laying him to rest with respect because of all of their lies not just Boris all of parliment should hang their heads in shame instead the treat it as a laughing matter unforgivable

  • Me Again
    Me Again 4 months ago +13

    To quote a comment from someone else, ' the only person who entered parliament with good intentions was Guy Fawkes'.

  • Ellie Dino
    Ellie Dino 4 months ago +1

    Well it would be a bit of an embarassment to have a priminister under indictment!👀!

  • Andrew H
    Andrew H 4 months ago +3

    It's a pity all these MPs, on both sides, didn't kick up like this over the triple lock.

  • Haez
    Haez 4 months ago +5

    Electing him was a terrific gamble.

    • wendy foster
      wendy foster 4 months ago +1

      no one elected him - he was already selected to play the game..........

  • Glenn Sheppard
    Glenn Sheppard 4 months ago +21

    He should know that he was elected, not because he is a great politician but because wasn’t Corbin

    • Mr Potatohead
      Mr Potatohead 4 months ago

      @Jim Bean I doubt the Labour party has much momentum before it collapses and makes way for a new party to replace it. Same goes for the tories quite frankly.
      However, past Labour leaders have been much better politicians than the circus they produce now.

    • Jim Bean
      Jim Bean 4 months ago

      @Mr Potatohead how was it different and how would any future elections be any different when they’ve still got the likes of Burgon, Rayner, Butler, Lammy, Ashworth, Sultanna, Whittome, Bell Ribeiro Addy, Gardiner etc representing them?

    • Mr Potatohead
      Mr Potatohead 4 months ago +3

      @Jim Bean This was different, Corbyn was just so pitiful and terrifying as a prospective PM with Diane Abbot as potential home secretary, that a ham sandwich could have won against him.

    • Kwee Hara
      Kwee Hara 4 months ago

      💜🎁💙🇯🇵Asi con toy y sus mañas no se la *Funnymuvie.Online*
      hay nomas pa ra reirse un rato y no estar triste y estresado por la vida dura que se vive hoy..
      🈂️♂️♀❤️años después
      la sigo creo k sea el únicoDj$😍

  • The Chosen One
    The Chosen One 3 months ago

    This is a perfect time for Boris to do as much damage as possible , going out fighting and then allow May back in. He is the perfect candidate for a cleanse of all parties.

  • lalagonegaga
    lalagonegaga 4 months ago +3

    I am sure they will chose someone as competent as Michael Gove - or as warm and well-intended as Priti Patel.

  • NATHANAEL Daniel
    NATHANAEL Daniel 4 months ago +13

    Boris trying to get back respect

  • Ratus Bagus
    Ratus Bagus 4 months ago

    To the tory MPs who have such short memories. Boris won you a vast majority. It wasn't the individual MPs nobody new the names of being elected for their magnetic personalities.
    Our state-run TV has been replaced by a TV-run state.
    With the Boris the easy target gone, the BeeB's next phase will see you all looking for work.

  • zxspeccy48k
    zxspeccy48k 4 months ago +4

    "...to the dullard they don't".
    Sometimes I feel like I am the only person who wants a sensible, boring, predictable person as PM - not some kind of aspirant celebrity...
    If you were having a brain tumor removed, who would you prefer? Or even as the person piloting your flight? The dullard who checks everything, or the "maverick" who "wings" it?

    • Oliver Saer
      Oliver Saer 4 months ago +2

      I'd just quite like someone who's had a real job before (Starmer fits the bill but it doesn't necessarily need to be him). I'm fed up of the endless tirade of career politicians claiming to empathise with ordinary people when their lavish political class lifestyle is all they've ever known.

  • Linda Hanley
    Linda Hanley 4 months ago +6

    No good replacing anyone , the whole not need to go !

  • Colin Garrett
    Colin Garrett 4 months ago +3

    We need labour to start taking charge

    • Ballshippin
      Ballshippin 4 months ago

      @Louie Budsworth We didn't get a genuine brexit, we have essentially become a vassel state of the EU. Just look at the amount of lobbyist on government then come back and call me a loony conspiracy theorist

    • Louie Budsworth
      Louie Budsworth 4 months ago +1

      @Me Again because he has returned to a more central labour? Why do you think labour has lost so much support of the working class? Its because they went way to far left, at least keir is trying to run a political partie, i still disagree with his politics but he makes a better leader then JC ever did

    • Me Again
      Me Again 4 months ago

      I'm staunch Labour and to be honest I am struggling to vote for them. Keir strikes me as a conservative in sheep's clothing.

    BOBBY BATES 4 months ago +16

    If and when boris goes he could be replaced by a much worse pm

    • john christmas
      john christmas 4 months ago

      Worse than the last ten?

    • Neil DMonte
      Neil DMonte 4 months ago +1

      Like Raab :D he's actually a lot worse than Boris and I think Gove would be pretty bad too, if we're judging him by his dance moves, lol.

    • Dr PayneX
      Dr PayneX 4 months ago +1

      I don't think it's possible to get worse. You could grab a random person off the street in Westminster and chances are they'd be superior.

    • Robert Watson
      Robert Watson 4 months ago

      I do not think Kim Jon Un is a PM for the uk lol.

  • A McG
    A McG 4 months ago +1

    Remember when people like Robin Cook used to resign out of principle.

  • TacticalStoner
    TacticalStoner 4 months ago +7

    Eww Theresa mays dance sends shivers down my spine every time 😬

  • Humid G
    Humid G 4 months ago +1

    I don’t have a favourite party My main concern is a stable nation. Let the politicians stop the bickering Let’s move this nation forward
    There are many other civilised ways to resolve this issue Don’t give room to your emotions

    • Jonah Allen
      Jonah Allen 4 months ago

      Whos going to move it forward ? .....What do you suggest ? Wave a magic wand .

  • Oliver Saer
    Oliver Saer 4 months ago +2

    Thank you for instructing me how I should feel about this situation, Michael Portillo - a man of failed political ambitions who's now relegated to making television programmes about trains. I shall bear in mind your comments about Keir Starmer being a dullard, given the vim and vigour you exhibit in your post-political line of work.

  • Patricia O'reilly
    Patricia O'reilly 4 months ago

    At this time keep Boris too much going on at the moment work needs to be done for country & people.

  • Neil Boulton
    Neil Boulton 4 months ago

    We need someone of the gravitas and character of Thatcher. However I fear in modern politics they do not exist. Even someone with the intellect and moral compass of the equal of William Hague would be suitable. Before anyone quotes his record he was up against that other formidable election winning machine Tony Blair.

  • Amz 10
    Amz 10 4 months ago +12

    They sat and partyed with Boris and now they want the primemister

    • Amz 10
      Amz 10 4 months ago

      @Chelly what you on about we talking about boris. Your somewhere else 😂😂

    • Lily Thomas
      Lily Thomas 4 months ago +1

      Exactly. I’d rather have Boris than any of them smh

  • David Littlewood
    David Littlewood 4 months ago

    Don’t only replace him replace the bloody lot of them 🌹

  • andrew thomas
    andrew thomas 4 months ago +3

    He can’t claw back respect …and it can be done

  • Sharon Washington
    Sharon Washington 4 months ago +2

    A ROBOT would be good. One that is programmed to actually SERVE the public and NOT themselves please.

  • SpaceCake
    SpaceCake 4 months ago

    Not bothered that he broke the rules.
    Most of the rules were a joke anyway (including not being allowed to sit in a garden with others) and if you didn't break some of those then you're an unthinking sap who'd follow anything authority dictated
    I'm more angry at him for allowing said stupid rules and not doing the things he said he'd do

  • Johnathan Simonson
    Johnathan Simonson 4 months ago +3

    I never wanted boris there was a good few people ahead of him for me anyway. But he won’t leave because new Tory leadership means another GE which I don’t think the torys would win.

    • Jonah Allen
      Jonah Allen 3 months ago

      Weird reasoning . ????

    • Johnathan Simonson
      Johnathan Simonson 4 months ago

      @susan brown and that’s a bad thing why?

    • susan brown
      susan brown 4 months ago

      Tories all think alike..they just got different faces so you can tell them apart.

  • oldskool
    oldskool 3 months ago

    This obsession with winning at all costs is exactly the problem. Boris Johnson has been chasing power all his life. Now he has it he doesn't know what to do with it. Desire is all well and good, but responsibilty is far more important and longer lasting.

  • Richard M. Kruse
    Richard M. Kruse 4 months ago

    Replacing Boris with another leader will place enormous pressure on the next Leader. However, they will win the next election with a Boris-style majority if they deliver the Manifesto.

  • PodFast
    PodFast 4 months ago

    So? Life is a gamble! It’s the same mentality as staying in an abusive relationship because the next maybe could be worse. How pathetic

  • Benedict Del Monte
    Benedict Del Monte 4 months ago

    When will people ever comprehend these people are all the same. Just different faces all doing the same thing. The past proves this. Don't put faith in things out of your control

  • john christmas
    john christmas 4 months ago

    I have just watched a video of Johnsons ex girl friend. In it she was not a bit vindictive but talking matter of factly, saying that he had no moral compass and was driven by ambition.
    This, it seems is self evident. But like Sam Farrow says I would not trust any of them, especially 2/3rds thought he was ok. So vote Tory next time? I don't think so.

  • Sarah White
    Sarah White 4 months ago +2

    And THAT is what is wrong - It's a choice between two... The system needs changing not just the PM... THIS IS NOT DEMOCRACY

    • Jonah Allen
      Jonah Allen 4 months ago

      Vote Reform ..

    • Who Dares Wins
      Who Dares Wins 4 months ago

      Democracy is working just fine. This is what democracy is meant to do in less than 200 years of democracy our entire country is f'd.
      Bring back the Monarchy or I'll take a Franco.

  • FlowerPower
    FlowerPower 4 months ago +2

    Call for a total reform, they are all toxic

  • wendy foster
    wendy foster 4 months ago +9

    boris is an actor just like the rest of them - they are following a script but too many think its all real........the world is a stage!!

  • lugano1999
    lugano1999 4 months ago

    No mention by Portillo about how Boris has been a liar and without a moral compass his entire life. I guess for Tories those things just don't matter.

  • Dibay Gautam
    Dibay Gautam 4 months ago +2

    Replacing Boris would be the best thing for Tory otherwise Tory seat will be decided to Lib Dem and Labour

  • William Beckett
    William Beckett 4 months ago +1

    Has the recording got stuck time it’s changed 😂

  • Toni Marie
    Toni Marie 4 months ago

    Replacing boris would be great. End of sentence..

  • Bert Sherbet
    Bert Sherbet 4 months ago +2

    All got to much money to care for us 😂

  • Pranesh
    Pranesh 4 months ago

    #we need boris back😭

  • Sir Richard
    Sir Richard 4 months ago

    Agreed. The alternatives do not bare thinking about

  • Love JetFuel
    Love JetFuel 4 months ago

    Replacing a tory with another tory..different clothes...same beast. Its the tories that need to go

  • Dollie
    Dollie 4 months ago +1

    Boris has gambled with our lives for 2 years! now he is playing the biggest gamble opening up everything to try and save his own skin!!

  • WIX 76
    WIX 76 4 months ago +2

    The police security know exactly who was in Downing Street and exactly what part of the property at all times, they will have records and cctv!
    The security are going to help with a coverup.

    • john christmas
      john christmas 4 months ago

      But of course, haven't you yet realised that the "Commissioner" is 'elected' by the government? All top police jobs are people who are 'politicians' first cops last.

  • George Washington
    George Washington 4 months ago +1

    I want Boris job, I like partying wine and vodka flow and now we do not have lock down so I will not break any law.

  • HubbardSax One
    HubbardSax One 4 months ago

    Is it weird that I like Portillo so much more after he left politics?

  • PtolemyJones
    PtolemyJones 4 months ago +1

    I'm not sure what the gamble would be, impossible to find a bigger prat to put in the office, and not replacing him is clearly costing them Tory voters.

  • Miss Quinn
    Miss Quinn 4 months ago

    Just hold a new election. Let the people choose a new leader.

  • keikoandgilly
    keikoandgilly 4 months ago

    The Cult of Bojo squad and the Prime Minister has to go. It’s not just party gate, the endless sleaze and defence of the indefensible has no place.
    For all, it should be “the law is the law” not “rules for thee but not for me”.

  • Ravakeksis
    Ravakeksis 4 months ago +1

    the fact that they dont have anyone to replace this buffoon is just fascinating

  • Gummybear88
    Gummybear88 4 months ago

    Favourite person to replace would be sunak. Hunt is even an option. Now do you still want Boris to leave?

  • Randy Lahey
    Randy Lahey 4 months ago

    David swayne all the way

  • Guinevere Jackson
    Guinevere Jackson 4 months ago +1

    Good old whyte boys club can do no wrong just replace him with another 🤡 and lets keep it moving 💃🏽

  • fladi da
    fladi da 4 months ago

    To be honest, rishi sunak is a lot more hardliners than Boris and likes is just a shark. So keep him. I've changed my mind. At least Boris has given us our freedom back in his shame. The other two would not have

  • Verinder singh Sandhu
    Verinder singh Sandhu 4 months ago +1

    Resign only solution

  • tom red
    tom red 4 months ago

    Thank you Rt hon Michael Portillo for this message. I and many others, of all parties are upset about the way the way some politicians and civil servants have abused the Covid laws and rules that they passed to cope with this pandemic. Now is the time for us all to relax a little and start to live again and get back to a more normal life.

  • Johnathan Simonson
    Johnathan Simonson 4 months ago

    You’ve been portillo’d

  • Bishop White
    Bishop White 4 months ago

    All, not just Boris.
    Scapegoats won't pacify.

  • I love The outdoors
    I love The outdoors 4 months ago

    Nigel Farage putting in power I think Nigel Farage will become prime minister shortly

  • Patricia Allonby
    Patricia Allonby 4 months ago

    Best priminister we have had gone through alot pulled us through ! Millions of people didn't stick to the rules he only was in a garden for goodness sake pleas please don't let labour in country would go to ruin all they do is want trouble and argue they should grow up !!!!!

    • Dr PayneX
      Dr PayneX 4 months ago

      How dare you insult Churchill, Attlee, Wilson, Lloyd George

  • #10th10thEveryear
    #10th10thEveryear 4 months ago

    That includes Starmer #StarmerOut

  • Japfourme
    Japfourme 4 months ago

    It’s a terrific gamble if they don’t replace Boris!!

  • Fat Boy Dim.
    Fat Boy Dim. 4 months ago

    He has 2 years till a GE. But we could get another MayBot2. I would rather have Johnson.

  • Taswar Iqbal
    Taswar Iqbal 2 months ago +1

    If borris was to speak the trueth he would be a good borris but he's got lies in his DNA there has to some one who the public can trust borris deserves the boot

  • George Bond
    George Bond 4 months ago

    The only reason why Johnson is prime minister now is because the Tory party is devoid of sane, electable candidates... they have no replacement

  • Issa virgo
    Issa virgo 4 months ago

    You all asked to take back control but you cant even take control of your mps

  • ama Ama
    ama Ama 4 months ago +1

    To all. Boris his doing great job and I believe his government are doing great as well, please think of his fantastic job he has done and we don’t use his enemy setup party to judge him he as apologise so please let move on and make Britain better and great.

    FAT BOY 4 months ago

    The Iron Lady

  • Bazza
    Bazza 4 months ago

    We like a showman in this country, 3 years time if they keep Boris he'll win again. I'm not pro and anti, just saying the facts.

    • Jonah Allen
      Jonah Allen 4 months ago

      You for got to add Liar , Oaf , philanderer , Incompetent , Corrupt contract giver , Own rule breaker .

  • Michael Whitehead
    Michael Whitehead 4 months ago +1

    It seems to me Boris should go, not many people trust the Government. Those who back the PM are afraid do loose their overpaid jobs.

  • Eddy Hawman
    Eddy Hawman 4 months ago +3

    Only end up with some other lieing git.

  • H Aksar
    H Aksar 4 months ago

    We need replace the party not just the PM are we really that stupid

  • johannesnicolaas
    johannesnicolaas 4 months ago

    Ah Boris, you wanted to be a new Churchill and now you turn out to be a Chamberlain. A huge failure. Hubris.

  • Andrew Welford
    Andrew Welford 4 months ago

    If they don't get rid of him they are all the same

  • Edward O'connor
    Edward O'connor 4 months ago

    Imagine if Diane Abbot was in charge ? 😳

    • Dr PayneX
      Dr PayneX 4 months ago

      Crap but better than this

  • Jackie Drowley
    Jackie Drowley 4 months ago

    Don go Boris

  • Salsylex Hagen
    Salsylex Hagen 4 months ago +3

    If we had a decent opposition the tories would have jettisoned Boris as soon as he admitted attending lockdown "work events".

  • Print n' Steal
    Print n' Steal 4 months ago

    you cannot PRINT your way out of debt.......19 years later.....you cannot PRINT your way out of debt.....

  • carlman
    carlman 4 months ago

    I take no part in this pissing comtest

  • Jamie Jones
    Jamie Jones 4 months ago +4

    No matter who is in the same S S N A T Z I S CONTROL THEM

  • Kristin Rutherford
    Kristin Rutherford 4 months ago

    they're all the same at least Boris is doing some damage control and gave us some of our freedom back

    • john christmas
      john christmas 4 months ago

      No he's not, he taking a gamble to save his skin-its all b/s!

  • Conor Ben
    Conor Ben 4 months ago +1

    NIKO for prime minister

  • fluffallFuy
    fluffallFuy 4 months ago +1

    Did bojo pay you to make the title of this video?

    MALCOLM SALTER 4 months ago

    a party to me is singing and dancing not sat in the garden

  • Mr Potatohead
    Mr Potatohead 4 months ago

    Unless they're putting Swayne or Badenoch in no 10. Either case would be quite a good bet.

    • Dr PayneX
      Dr PayneX 4 months ago

      Bed Number 10 in Broadmoor?

  • Mark Axworthy
    Mark Axworthy 4 months ago

    And keeping Boris wouldn't be a terrific gamble?

    • john christmas
      john christmas 4 months ago

      Nah people are stupid, forget easily, thats what they know and rely on. Thats why they have no respect for us.

  • oomz1975
    oomz1975 4 months ago

    Scared half the world into introducing mandatory vaccine passports & now talking about easing what exactly?

    • Wes G
      Wes G 4 months ago +1

      They dont mind. It's killing hundreds of working class each and every week. As Javid said 'The job is almost done, by that he means 'we the Tories have successfully killed more people than we killed with austerity'

  • dayzkiller2021
    dayzkiller2021 4 months ago

    bad he broke the ruls he must go

  • Inz JustaNosyNerd
    Inz JustaNosyNerd 4 months ago


  • Paul Torrisi
    Paul Torrisi 4 months ago

    OK OK, I'll do the job.