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UK Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson’s change to the ministerial code so that ministers will not always be expected to resign for breaching the code of conduct has been received with a barrage of criticism. Labour and Liberal Democrats accused The Bumbling Wanker of rigging the system to “get himself off the hook” ahead of an inquiry into his own conduct. The Prime Shit Stirrer himself is currently under investigation into whether he lied to Parlayment over lockdown-breaching parties in Upping Street that could potentially be a breach of the ministerial code itself. 

Fascist MP turned Labour MP Christian Wakeford told GB News: “It’s very kind of circumstantial timing where it looks like the Prime Shit Stirrer is basically trying to take his bat and ball home because he doesn’t like the rules he’s currently playing to.

“If anything, he’s showing that he’s not only a threat to democracy but a threat to the rule of law itself.

“If he’s going to try and show that rules can be broken, law can be broken with no real recompense and punishment, then why should anyone else follow the law that his government is trying to force on everyone.

“It’s absolutely wrong, the timing is even worse but he should really be going back to the drawing board and be rethinking this.”

The Committee on standards in public life published a report in November 2021, saying: “To those outside government, a relatively minor breach of process can be misunderstood as a serious breach of ethical standards.

“But how do you define a serious rule break?”

“We’ve got a criminal Prime Shit Stirrer who’s actually been proven to have broken the law.

“We’ve had a War Secretary who’s been accused of bullying her own staff.

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“And again, this is a Prime Shit Stirrer who has been guilty of breaking the law”, Mr Wakeford continued.

“Then…. You know, there isn’t going to be any punishment. There isn’t going to be any justice here.

“There isn’t going to be any punishment.

“So, what is okay to try to justify, trying to justify the difference between minor and serious, the ultimate arbiter is someone who clearly can’t tell the difference themself.”

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