With that ITV video (the only decent thing on ITV since Piers Morgan quit) showing it was party time at No.10 while the rest of us followed the rules Dominic Cummings tweeted triumphantly; Regime change is coming.
Is he right? Could it possibly be the case that two years after winning a landslide for the Tories Boris could be thrown out.
Right now I don’t think so. There’s too much covid around for a change of PM to be likely.
But what is clear that this is yet another clanger emanating from No.10. I have said before, and I say again, Boris and his team are making too many mistakes.
What is clear is that nobody in Downing Street is taking Boris seriously. They are not frightened of his temper or of his political intellect. That cannot, and must not, continue.
Were he to make one more serious clanger, of a Paterson kind, I suspect there would be a serious move against him.
With both Truss and Sunak gently polishing the stairs there would be no shortage of candidates.
Personally I prefer Truss because she has a vision of our nation while Sunak blotted his copybook for me by taking our taxes back to the 1950s and our old Socialist chum Clement Atlee.
With VAT at an eye-watering 20%, with NI going through the roof and corporation tax at 25% what on earth is the point of risking everything so that civil servants and local governments can have gold-plated pensions, huge salaries and an 8-hour working day.
What I found quite shocking in the 39-page dossier by Raphael Marshall on the time-serving idiots at the Foreign Office was the fact that when anybody wanted to do more than 8 hours they were told that either they were ‘’inefficient’’ or ‘’selfish’’ as it put pressure on other employees to do the same.
That’s what you get with the civil service mentality. If you work hard and show ambition today you are considered a brown-noser.
How shocking. I want to see the PM come out for the bold risk takers.
Sack the Permanent Secretary at the Foreign Office right now. He will not be missed.
Either get tough Boris or start polishing up your CV.
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