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BOJO got married AGAIN

Postby Jery » Tue Jun 01, 2021 10:09 am

Sounds like Bojo is really motoring, from an Austin Allegra to a Morris Marina, what a Car (rie) on, has he at last found his Princess, will this marriage be a Triumph or will he always be a Rover? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: BOJO got married AGAIN

Postby miltiades » Tue Jun 01, 2021 10:18 am

His third marriage. What ...fucker :lol: :lol:
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Postby Kikapu » Tue Jun 01, 2021 10:20 am

Jery wrote:Sounds like Bojo is really motoring, from an Austin Allegra to a Morris Marina, what a Car (rie) on, has he at last found his Princess, will this marriage be a Triumph or will he always be a Rover? :lol: :lol: :lol:


Well, look at Charles. He went from a “peach” to “bread fruit”, which doesn’t look like bread or fruit, tastes good, but smells awful! :D

BoJo was claiming poverty the other day, hence he was looking for handouts from the public. Alimonies with many kids can be expensive I suppose, but he doesn’t know how to zip it, the blabbering fool :lol:
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Re: BOJO got married AGAIN

Postby Lordo » Tue Jun 01, 2021 10:25 am

You are trivialising a very serious matter.

This is truly remarkable. BoZo is about to refurbish his flat but did not pay attention to who is paying for it or who has paid for it. You believe that then you must believe that pigs have wings and can fly.
But what is even more remarkable, is why did Lord Brownlow offer to pay for the refurbishment? I am not aware of any Conservative who will give a penny without demanding a pound back.
So the question to answer is what did BoZo offer in return?
Lets be more precise, which government contract was Lord Brownlow or one of his companies offered?
Even more importantly has Lord Brownlow been awarded any contracts during the pandemic.
Notice the media and the parliamentary watch dog did not ask these questions. I wonder why?
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Re: BOJO got married AGAIN

Postby Londonrake » Tue Jun 01, 2021 11:20 am

miltiades wrote:His third marriage. What ...fucker :lol: :lol:



Milti’s only been married twice. Although, rumour has it he’s in early stage negotiations with Astra. Or, was it Zeneka? Then again, it might be both. :shock: :lol:

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Re: BOJO got married AGAIN

Postby Paphitis » Tue Jun 01, 2021 12:56 pm

Lordo wrote:You are trivialising a very serious matter.

This is truly remarkable. BoZo is about to refurbish his flat but did not pay attention to who is paying for it or who has paid for it. You believe that then you must believe that pigs have wings and can fly.
But what is even more remarkable, is why did Lord Brownlow offer to pay for the refurbishment? I am not aware of any Conservative who will give a penny without demanding a pound back.
So the question to answer is what did BoZo offer in return?
Lets be more precise, which government contract was Lord Brownlow or one of his companies offered?
Even more importantly has Lord Brownlow been awarded any contracts during the pandemic.
Notice the media and the parliamentary watch dog did not ask these questions. I wonder why?


Is it really any of your business?

If this Lord wants to pay for it, then so be it.
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Re: BOJO got married AGAIN

Postby Kikapu » Tue Jun 01, 2021 1:57 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Lordo wrote:You are trivialising a very serious matter.

This is truly remarkable. BoZo is about to refurbish his flat but did not pay attention to who is paying for it or who has paid for it. You believe that then you must believe that pigs have wings and can fly.
But what is even more remarkable, is why did Lord Brownlow offer to pay for the refurbishment? I am not aware of any Conservative who will give a penny without demanding a pound back.
So the question to answer is what did BoZo offer in return?
Lets be more precise, which government contract was Lord Brownlow or one of his companies offered?
Even more importantly has Lord Brownlow been awarded any contracts during the pandemic.
Notice the media and the parliamentary watch dog did not ask these questions. I wonder why?


Is it really any of your business?

If this Lord wants to pay for it, then so be it.


Even if it is quid pro quo? :roll:

That is called bribery, isn't it? :roll:

Surely such practices are not allowed in Australia are they, or I'm I wrong? :roll:
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Re: BOJO got married AGAIN

Postby Paphitis » Tue Jun 01, 2021 2:04 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Lordo wrote:You are trivialising a very serious matter.

This is truly remarkable. BoZo is about to refurbish his flat but did not pay attention to who is paying for it or who has paid for it. You believe that then you must believe that pigs have wings and can fly.
But what is even more remarkable, is why did Lord Brownlow offer to pay for the refurbishment? I am not aware of any Conservative who will give a penny without demanding a pound back.
So the question to answer is what did BoZo offer in return?
Lets be more precise, which government contract was Lord Brownlow or one of his companies offered?
Even more importantly has Lord Brownlow been awarded any contracts during the pandemic.
Notice the media and the parliamentary watch dog did not ask these questions. I wonder why?


Is it really any of your business?

If this Lord wants to pay for it, then so be it.


Even if it is quid pro quo? :roll:

That is called bribery, isn't it? :roll:

Surely such practices are not allowed in Australia are they, or I'm I wrong? :roll:


Or a mate helping out a mate.

First of all, has the Lord asked for anything or benefitted from his altruism?
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Re: BOJO got married AGAIN

Postby Kikapu » Tue Jun 01, 2021 2:16 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Lordo wrote:You are trivialising a very serious matter.

This is truly remarkable. BoZo is about to refurbish his flat but did not pay attention to who is paying for it or who has paid for it. You believe that then you must believe that pigs have wings and can fly.
But what is even more remarkable, is why did Lord Brownlow offer to pay for the refurbishment? I am not aware of any Conservative who will give a penny without demanding a pound back.
So the question to answer is what did BoZo offer in return?
Lets be more precise, which government contract was Lord Brownlow or one of his companies offered?
Even more importantly has Lord Brownlow been awarded any contracts during the pandemic.
Notice the media and the parliamentary watch dog did not ask these questions. I wonder why?


Is it really any of your business?

If this Lord wants to pay for it, then so be it.


Even if it is quid pro quo? :roll:

That is called bribery, isn't it? :roll:

Surely such practices are not allowed in Australia are they, or I'm I wrong? :roll:


Or a mate helping out a mate.

First of all, has the Lord asked for anything or benefitted from his altruism?


We don't know yet, so there must be an inquiry to get to the bottom of it. We all know there is never a "free lunch" in politics, which is why politicians should never take anything from anyone unless it is official and documented..


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Re: BOJO got married AGAIN

Postby Paphitis » Tue Jun 01, 2021 2:26 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Lordo wrote:You are trivialising a very serious matter.

This is truly remarkable. BoZo is about to refurbish his flat but did not pay attention to who is paying for it or who has paid for it. You believe that then you must believe that pigs have wings and can fly.
But what is even more remarkable, is why did Lord Brownlow offer to pay for the refurbishment? I am not aware of any Conservative who will give a penny without demanding a pound back.
So the question to answer is what did BoZo offer in return?
Lets be more precise, which government contract was Lord Brownlow or one of his companies offered?
Even more importantly has Lord Brownlow been awarded any contracts during the pandemic.
Notice the media and the parliamentary watch dog did not ask these questions. I wonder why?


Is it really any of your business?

If this Lord wants to pay for it, then so be it.


Even if it is quid pro quo? :roll:

That is called bribery, isn't it? :roll:

Surely such practices are not allowed in Australia are they, or I'm I wrong? :roll:


Or a mate helping out a mate.

First of all, has the Lord asked for anything or benefitted from his altruism?


We don't know yet, so there must be an inquiry to get to the bottom of it. We all know there is never a "free lunch" in politics, which is why politicians should never take anything from anyone unless it is official and documented..


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Oh I see! An inquiry because one man decides to help out Boris.

Okay...

Seriously. What if the Lord was just lending the money? All they have to do is draw up a contract.
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