All his other scandals didn't finish him, include the highest court concluding that he mislead the queen. All his lies and failures, all of that didn't work - but oh my god he spent a relatively small amount of money doing up a flat. He's gone.
I'm not a Bojo fan. Didn't vote for him, never will.. but this won't be the end of him, not by a long shot.
However we are starting to see the emergence of constant sleaze stories similar to those in the 90s that eventfully made the Conservatives unelectable for a number of years. Although the British electorate changes their opinions with the speed of oil tanker turning, it will eventually catch up with the Conservatives. Whether Labour will capitalise is another matter.
But he may be 'toast' within the Conservative Party for antagonising so many financial backers.
Definitely will be as far as the 1922 Committee if traditionally loyal party donors have switched to Laurence Fox and transferred seven figure sums into The Reclaim Party's bank accounts.
No absolutely not. Labour are clutching at straws making this as big of an issue as it has been. The polls certain suggest that Labour being more bothered about some paint and wallpaper rather than actual issues, has done absolutely nothing to help their cause.
The Conservatives aren't going to change anything while they have such a big lead.
It's not a Labour thing to me. I'm pretty scandalised by him as a conservative Christian. All his affairs, extra children, financial corruption, lies, scandals - I'm not sure how any real conservatives can put up with it except if they're hoping he'll give them something they want indirectly. Brexit is done now, so if it's that, can we get a morally decent person in power now?
I am utterly disillusioned by politics at the moment. Boris is a complete blithering idiot, a liar and a national embarrassment. And the worst thing of it all is that no one really cares. And as for labour. Kier who? He is the ultimate grey man. He makes John Major and Detective Inspector Ian Buckles look positively effervescent!
You may not like it but that is the reality we are living in (and what's gotten into this mess in the first place)
Isn't that why people are disillusioned with career politicians in democracies
But in defence of career politicians (which is something I've never said before) how else are they meant to learn how to do the job?
Whilst I am a fan of outsiders like Trump coming in and shaking things up they definitely struggle with a lack of knowledge on how to run things effectively.