People were a tad sceptical about Boris Johnson’s letter “from an 8-year-old” – 10 funny responses

Boris Johnson took time out from his busy schedule doing whatever it is he gets paid for, to share this letter he said he received – and the response he said he wrote – on Twitter.

Father of six, Jacob Rees-Mogg responded with news of his brood.

Journalist, Jane Merrick observed that, if real, it was certainly a sad situation for such a young child to have that kind of worry.

And Alistair Haimes cautioned against Santa being complacent.

Now, Monti could well be a real boy, and if he is, we hope he has a wonderful Christmas in spite of the restrictions, but it’s hardly surprising that people might be sceptical about any claims from a man who was fired twice for lying, lied to the Queen and claimed to have an oven-ready Brexit deal.

It was that spirit of scepticism and associated mockery that gave rise to these responses.

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Twitter’s favourite Boris Johnson parody account was a little sceptical too – for a different reason.

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Jacob Rees-Mogg shared a note from a Brexiter child and got ripped to bits

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