Boris Johnson’s first year in No 10 has been worse than the wildest of nightmares
It is a year since Boris Johnson stood outside the door of 10 Downing Street as prime minister and shouted a curling word salad into the skies.
A year since he spoke of his plan for social care that was “ready to go”. Traditionally, at this point, the columnist points out that the plan did not, in fact, exist.
That it was a blatant and hopeless lie. But what does an entirely fictitious plan matter, when what care homes got instead was a tiny badge and a tsunami of entirely preventable deaths, for which Boris Johnson has had the almost unimaginable lack of class to blame them for instead of himself?
It is exactly a year since he harrumphed about how we are “going to get going now on our own satellite positioning technology!”
It was pointed out at the time that the UK had contributed hundreds of millions of pounds and vast amounts of intellectual capital towards Galileo, the EU’s new satellite positioning technology to which we no longer have access thanks to Brexit.Read Full Article