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riosleftsock 7:02 Fri Apr 23
Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
dominiccummings.com

Read today's press release re the leak, the flat refurb and the previous lockdown leak.

He has absolutely dumped on Johnson (probably deservedly), I don't see how Johnson comes back from this.

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Sven Roeder 10:55 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
Oh, basically too many other economic errors and political scandals.
And maybe too many of the things listed below really not appreciated as societal changes til years later

And at least initially being forced into an election at an inopportune time by the QUEEN's DUPE Sir John Kerr .... related to the American meddling over PINE GAP , the CIA via Nugan Hand Bank etc

Far Cough 8:29 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
Sven, if he was that good, why did he not win two subsequent elections?

Mike Oxsaw 8:16 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
What's with the "We", pickled.

YOU are not physically in the United Kingdom...or are you???

Sven Roeder 8:15 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)

Whitlam Government in 3 years ...

● His government extricated Australia from the Vietnam War and abolished conscription.

● Whitlam recognised China after the Coalition had refused contact with Beijing for 24 years.

● Medibank, the precursor to Medicare, was established.

● Social welfare reforms included the supporting mother's benefit and welfare payment for homeless people.

● Equal pay for women: One of the first acts of the Whitlam government was to reopen the National Wage and Equal Pay cases at the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Commission. The 1972 Equal Pay case meant that Australian women doing work similar to that done by men should be paid an equal wage. Two years later the commission extended the adult minimum wage to include women workers for the first time.

● The Australian Legal Office and Australian Law Reform Commission were set up.

● The Family Law Act providing for a national Family Court was enacted, and simplified, non-punitive divorce laws were introduced.

● The Whitlam government also established needs-based funding for schools

● A free university education was briefly available to all Australians. In Whitlam's three years of government, participation in higher education increased by 25 per cent, to 276,559 enrolments. The main beneficiaries were women.

● Amid widespread business and union opposition, in 1973 the Australian economy was opened to the world by a 25 per cent cut in tariffs across the board. An early forerunner of the Productivity Commission was established as was the Trade Practices Act and a predecessor of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

● The Australian Assistance Plan to fund regional councils and employment projects continues in the concepts of "social planning" and "community development".

● The National Sewerage Program connected suburban homes to sewerage. The government spent $330 million on the program before it was cancelled by the Fraser government but in Sydney the backlog of unsewered properties fell from 158,884 in 1973 to 95,505 in 1978. Similarly, in Melbourne, the backlog was reduced from 160,000 in 1972-73, to 88,000 in 1978-79.

● The Whitlam government reduced the voting age to 18 and provided the Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory with representation in the Senate.

● It replaced God Save the Queen with Advance Australia Fair as the national anthem.

● An Order of Australia replaced the British Honours system.

● The Racial Discrimination Act 1975 conferred rights to equality before the law and bound the Commonwealth and the states to the International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination.

● The Department of Aboriginal Affairs was set up and the first Commonwealth legislation to grant land rights to indigenous people was drafted.

● Land title deeds were handed to some Gurindji traditional lands owners in the Northern Territory in 1975, a real and symbolic gesture that became a touchstone for the land rights movement.

● The Whitlam government also established the National Gallery of Australia, the Australia Council for the Arts, the Australian Heritage Commission. It introduced FM radio, pushed for the setting up of 2JJ, a radio established to support Australian music and connect with young Australians. It set up multicultural radio services – 2EA Sydney and 3EA in Melbourne – and issued licences to community radio stations for the first time.

● The Australian film industry flowered and the Australian Film and Television School, an idea of a previous Coalition prime minister, John Gorton, was opened.

● Papua New Guinea became independent on September 16, 1975, after being administered from Australia since the First World War.

Hammer and Pickle 8:05 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
BJ is PM because he made Brexit happen. Can you think of any other scenarios where the country would have been manoeuvred into voting in a PM like this?

Look there is something very, very sick going on here and it’s time we got on with sorting it out because while the French are cunts and the Germans are German, this is no good reason for having a PM of this appalling quality.

Far Cough 8:00 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
Just mindboggling the utter shitmess we put up with with politicians ... Johnson, Starmer, Trump , Biden, Whitlam

Sven Roeder 7:54 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
Johnson is basically stumbling into Trump territory with DEBACLES like that.
Can you imagine any CEO of a company making that speech to the CBI & keeping his job at the end of the day.
Just mindboggling the utter shitmess we put up with with politicians ... Johnson, Starmer, Trump , Biden

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 7:53 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
I love how the left bring up the 'fuck business' thing. It's almost as if they have lost sight of the founding principles of the Labour Party.

Plus, of course, he was right. In the context of Brexit - fuck business.

OneAll 7:48 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
You clearly have no football knowledge , Ben Johnson is going to be a star for us

nerd 7:39 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
The man who has basically shat on his leader twice is an utter retard .what a suprise , that is shocking hes only gone and done a double bidden / quale. Who voted for this clown regionally you idiots ..

BRANDED 7:21 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
“FUCK BUSINESS”

He gives half a shit about business. Its meaningless to him.

I’d have preferred a reference to sex industries. At least they make money and have fun.

WHU(Exeter) 7:12 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
I don't mind him referring to Peppa Pig, it's as good as anything to include as an analogy.

Then again I did always think that Space Raiders and Freddoes should be included as separate items in the budgets just for a laugh.

If you want to see how the economies doing, look at the price of Space Raiders.

New Jersey 7:07 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
That 'speech' was a fucking utter embarrassment! If that had been Dianne Abbott, Keir Starmer or Jeremy Corbyn we would never have heard the end of it!

Whether you agree with them or not, successful leaders like Thatcher and Blair had a clear vision but what the fuck is Johnson's, spokesperson for fucking Pepper Pig!

Or maybe it was a cunning plan to draw away attention from the unfair social care proposals. The poorest pay the most as a percentage of their wealth, I'm no raving socialist but that is totally unfair.

RM10 7:07 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
Rat

RM10 7:07 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
Won’t matter some other Tory ray will take over

Mike Oxsaw 6:58 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
Stage managed exit.

If he's sick the press won't dare go after him.

If he's not, he'll have banked a fortune and be sunning himself on some tropical island before the press even begin to sharpen their knives.

, 6:45 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
Having seen yesterday’s “speech” I think that Johnson is ill or at least has a problem.

What a shame.

Side of Ham 2:59 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
Dustin Hoffman is keeping a very close eye on this alternative 'red vs blue' take on the RAYn Man.........

Block 2:59 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
You have to admit, even to search it on google is a bit sad, Raymondo?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:58 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
Of course, Ray. They teach it as a method of trawling back.

ray winstone 2:56 Tue Nov 23
Re: Boris Johnson finished (he just doesn't know it yet)
'trawling back'

Aren't you allowed to use Google at your school Surf?

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