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tons of sobs
06 Sep 19 17:41
Date Joined: 29 Jun 08
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Monty Python alive and well...

SKY BREAKING NEWS.....Sky News has obtained details of a leaked document...

Boris Johnson calls David Cameron.....a ''girly swot'.......

Im off to Weatherspoons to get p***ed on cheap beer.....hic.....
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Report tons of sobs September 6, 2019 5:43 PM BST
...pi**ed already Wetherspoons.....
Report Angoose September 6, 2019 7:23 PM BST
Oh dear, this story has been bubbling under the surface for days, and we have individuals who cannot get beyond the headline.

There is a much bigger story within these documents submitted to the court.

The handwritten note from Mr Johnson was written on 16 August and was a response to the case made by one of his senior aides to send away MPs for five weeks.

Mr Johnson wrote: "The whole September session is a rigmarole introduced by girly swot Cameron and show the public that MPs are earning their crust."

Previously, the phrase "by girly swot Cameron" had been redacted in the papers released by the court.

It is thought that they were redacted to minimise political embarrassment. Both politicians went to Eton and were members of the Bullingdon Club for Oxford University students.

The Johnson note emerged during legal action at the Court of Session in Edinburgh, aimed at halting a parliamentary suspension.

In the note marked "sensitive" and "Downing Street only", the prime minister defended the proroguing of parliament.

The memo, entitled "ending the session", was sent to him on 15 August by his senior legal adviser, Nikki da Costa.

In his 16 August reply, he said a suspension would not be "anything especially shocking", especially as it would be during the political conference season.

The number of "sitting days lost" would be "actually very few", Mr Johnson said.

The memo is controversial because on 25 August, Downing Street described reports that the prime minister would seek to prorogue parliament as "entirely false".

But a request by the prime minister for a suspension was approved by the Queen three days later.
Report tons of sobs September 6, 2019 7:38 PM BST
Yes i read all that....yawn.....

...still thrown out of court.
Report Angoose September 6, 2019 7:42 PM BST
Both cases have been appealed, both appeals will also fail.

That aspect of the court case has now been superceded, a clear paper trail exists that demonstrates a strategy was in place even though it was later denied.
A clear paper trail exists that demonstrates the justification given to the Queen was false, Boris orchestrated a lie to the Queen.
Report flushgordon1 September 6, 2019 7:57 PM BST
Thank feck he never mentioned the three little pigs incident.
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