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Johnson is not a populist, he is a liberal one nation conservative who has the electoral appeal to win a general election.
I know he flipflops and says whatever he thinks his audience wants to hear, but I used to think he was underneath it all, vaguely centre-left (by Tory standards) and not that bad a chap. I now genuinely think the reverse. Having studied his antics as Mayor of London quite closely, I am convinced he is just another self-serving laissez-faire extreme capitalist with some kind of vision of the country that most definitely does not encompass a compassionate attitude towards the sick, the poor, etc and is everything about serving (on hands and knees, with tongue firmly in position) the interests of global finance capital.
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Oh my word. Now it's time for the full-on fake lovey dovey totally unstaged and completely sincere "we're so in love" reunion scene.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...olice-row.html

Are there really any depths that Lynton Crosby won't stoop to? Watch this space.
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Max Hastings on what it was like to be Boris's boss and how Boris is utterly unfit to be Prime Minister.
https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...-party-britain
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No, but he and Hunt are not worthy of 10 Downing St
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