Boris: Keep wives away from it


Boris is proving this afternoon that heroism is not dead because he told the broadcast pool to leave the sage’s wife alone with his tax matters:

“I think in politics it’s best to keep wives and families away from political discussions as much as possible. Of course people will ask all kinds of questions, but I think it’s right for us to focus on those issues. Will change people’s lives …

It is fair to mention that the ministerial code refers to the interests of the spouses as matters of public interest in certain circumstances. Even if this story is thinly recovered by a labor attack machine, it is reasonable to expect this kind of coverage and scrutiny. Boris probably agreed, because he wrote the foreword to the minister’s code …

At the labor camp, meanwhile, the Starmarbot unfortunately began to malfunction as the camera rotated, resulting in a brutal 2-minute clip in which Sir Kierre repeated the same attack line. To avoid suspicion, he must think so. “Breathtaking hypocrisyHas anyone tried to turn him off and on again?

He may have called for “complete transparency” from his own shadow Climate Change Secretary, who was accused of cutting off his inheritance tax liability in 2015 …

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