This 3-second clip of Boris Johnson at PMQs is surely the only one you need
Boris Johnson was back at PMQs today where he was subject to no end of jokes about his many and various attempts to excuse his attendance at that boozy Downing Street garden party.
Except the subject matter really was no laughing matter, of course, and Johnson responded to nearly every question by asking people to wait for the findings of the inquiry by civil servant Sue Gray.
The most revealing clip of Johnson might be need this one, his reaction to a question by Ian Blackford, leader of the SNP in the House of Commons, which surely says it all.
— Parody Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson_MP) January 19, 2022
Here’s a little bit more context.
This is Boris Johnsons reaction as Ian Blackford spoke about over 150,000 deaths in the UK, on the Tories watch.
What an odious prick.#PMQs
— Super Tanskiii (@supertanskiii) January 19, 2022
But if you want it even shorter.
BORIS JOHNSON YESTERDAY: “I am so terribly sorry. I can’t apologise enough. I am filled with sorrow for any hurt I’ve caused.”
BORIS JOHNSON TODAY: pic.twitter.com/AkiSJAbhrU
— The DM Reporter (@DMReporter) January 19, 2022
To conclude …
That clip of the PM bouncing a laughing foolishly on the front bench just now as Ian Blackford was speaking is going to absolutely bludgeon him.
It looked so childlike and irreverant of Parliament.
— Dr Mike Galsworthy (@mikegalsworthy) January 19, 2022
Source Twitter @BorisJohnson_MP