It isn't just about who could do a better job, though. It's about who would be more likely to win an election, which is different. I suspect many (perhaps the majority) of Tory MPs have turned a blind eye to Johnson's blatant unsuitability for the job because they felt he was popular with the public and would likely win the next election. Now that Johnson's popularity with the public has clearly declined, his key selling point has significantly diminished. The question now is whether his MPs believe he can move past partygate etc and somehow win back the support of the kind of people who gave them a landslide victory in 2019. It's a difficult one for them because while there are plenty of MPs who might do a better job than Johnson, there are very few obvious candidates to win over the public.It's a good point Tartan.
How the fuck does anyone think that even a flea couldn't do a better job than BJ?
C4 also reported it.
When do Sky add sound effects to drown out the booing? Have you been to a game where you could clearly hear booing?
See my post above '“The booing of Boris Johnson at the Jubilee Thanksgiving service tells us nothing that data does not.'C4 hate BJ, so fits their agenda.
C4 were very pro remain, hence their dislike of BJ.
Sky like any producer can manipulate it any which way they want.
No much different to watching light entertainment programs such as Tippng Point and The Chase, where they pipe in laughter at the presenters cheesy jokes, when there is no actual studio audience present.
See my post above '“The booing of Boris Johnson at the Jubilee Thanksgiving service tells us nothing that data does not.'
That's from a memo froma tory WhatsApp group, do they hate him as well?
You haven't answered my question about which particular game on Sky where the booing was loud.
Yes it could be manufactured like piped laughter but would help if you could tell me when this actually happened rather than just claiming it may have.
Perhaps the BBC and C4 didn't want to upset viewers so actually cut down on the booing? Unlikely I know but one of them had a royalist on yesterday who claimed that in Scotland there was a lot of 'understated support for The Royal Family'. Understated is an understatement, only two licences for street parties were applied for in Glasgow.
Absolutely correct. Everything else is distraction, deflection and Tory panic & power games.The Conservative Party won the right to govern whether I or anyone else like it or not, they’ve still got that right. The issue is their leader has debased the office of PM and repeatedly lied in the HoC.