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Jan 18, 2022 Β· 1:29 PM UTC

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Should have written it in latin
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So is he admitting event was against the rules? Ignorance of the rules is not a defence.
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What? Honestly, I feel sorry for all the satirists out there.
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He claims nobody used a phrase that nobody has claimed to have used. A cunning defence to avoid lying again about his lies to Parliament.
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He probably needs telling when it's time for bed, or when to change his socks ...
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Genuinely think he was pissed out of his head for most of the pandemic.
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What. The. Actual. Fluff? If that's the excuse he's trying to use then he's done. No question.
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The β€œnobody told me” gambit isn’t even worthy of a teenager who has been found out. As the most senior person in Downing Street, he is the one supposed to be doing the telling. Unbelievable.
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