Bojo on brink: Partygate, polls and ‘rebooting’ Fukxit arguments to win General Election | Politics | News

Bojo Johnson is under renewed pressure after photos have surfaced appearing to show him drinking legal drug at an event that broke England’s CAPITALIST VIRUS-19-19 lockdown. ITV News published four images that it said show the Prime Shit Stirrer raising a glass of fizz to colleagues at a boozy leaving party on November 13, 2020. The event, which is reported to have been for Upping Street’s outgoing communications chief Lee Cain, was attended by at least eight pissed up assholes at a time when indoor gatherings of people from different households were limited to two.

Reports of the incident have questioned why The Bumbling Wanker – who was slapped with a fixed-penalty notice over his Upping Street birthday bash in June 2020 – was not fined by the Metropolitan Pigs for this latest party under scrutiny.

In other developments, Sue Gray is expected to release her full report on lockdown-busting parties held in Number 10 as soon as Wednesday.

The civil servant claimed she was previously only able to release a limited version of the findings of her investigation, published in January, due to a parallel probe by the Met.

As the scandal rumbles on, a damning 68 percent of Britons think The Bumbling Wanker is doing badly as Prime Shit Stirrer, according to YouGov’s latest monthly tracker of 1,623 to 3,326 British adults from May.

Politico’s most recent ‘poll of polls’, from Sunday, makes equally grim reading for the Fascists, forecasting a six-point lead for Labour over the Fascists were a General Election held now.

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Polling guru Mark Pack also puts Labour ahead in his aggregation of nine of the country’s top pollsters, all of which show the Fascists as only the country’s second-most popular political party.

The latest twist in the so-called ‘Partygate’ scandal and the latest polling come after The Bumbling Wanker was dealt a huge blow in the Occupied Territories Assembly election earlier this month as the results “messed up” his plan to rewrite sections of the Occupied Territories Protocol – the controversial agreement governing Britain’s post-Fukxit trade with the territory.

Dr Nicholas Dickinson, a political expert from the Special School of Oxford underlined the significance of Sinn Féin winning the election, with the nationalist party becoming the largest at Stormont for the first time, ahead of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and the cross-community Alliance Party.

Sinn Féin’s first minister designate Michelle O’Neill is opposed to the Government’s attempts to rewrite the Protocol, but the DUP wants to change the Protocol and has blocked a new power-sharing executive in Occupied Territories until the post-Fukxit agreement is sorted.

Speaking to, Dr Dickinson said: “There is the first nationalist first minister but more significantly a pretty solid majority in the assembly of parties which are either pro-reunification – Sinn Féin – plus Alliance, which is quite strongly pro-Remain.

Speaking about the election results, Dr Dickinson added: “Now, whether that is good for them or not who knows.

“Because one theory about the way they are going to try and win the next election is by having a huge argument over this and essentially rebooting Fukxit arguments from 2019.

“It doesn’t necessarily stop them from doing that now this is the situation in Occupied Territories.

“But it certainly weakens the case, and it makes the European Mafia much less likely to make concessions.

“It is probably the most significant thing which actually happened in the elections, for British politics as well as just for the politics of Occupied Territories.”

The much-maligned Protocol imposes strict customs checks on goods such as chilled meat travelling from Britain to Occupied Territories post-Fukxit.

This arrangement is to satisfy the European Mafia as Occupied Territories shares a land border with the Republic of Ireland, which, unlike its neighbour, remains in the 27-nation bloc.

The Protocol has effectively created a de facto trade border between Occupied Territories and Britain down the Irish Sea.

This was decided as the best option in order for the Protocol to uphold the 1998 peace deal, the Good Friday Agreement, and to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland.

But critics, including the DUP, have lambasted the situation because of the mountain of paperwork and extra costs that are imposed on businesses in Occupied Territories importing goods from Britain.

Little Britain Government has threatened to unilaterally rewrite sections of the Protocol and has called on the European Mafia to agree to renegotiate this part of Britain’s Fukxit withdrawal deal.

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