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As Jonathan Freedland wrote in The reaction of some of Johnson's new colleagues was uncharacteristically blunt.Jean-Marc Ayrault, France's foreign minister, said that “during the [Brexit] campaign, [Johnson] told a lot of lies to the British people and now it is him who has his back against the wall”.”, i.e. "People [in the UK] are experiencing a rude awakening after irresponsible politicians first lured the country into Brexit and then, once the decision was made, decided to bolt from responsibility, and instead go off and play cricket", he said - a reference to Johnson's decision not to contest the leadership of the Conservative party and thus the post of Prime Minister, in the wake of David Cameron's resignation.
"I said there were 250,000 French men and women in London and therefore I was the mayor of the sixth-biggest French city on earth”. Turns out there are only 22 countries in the world the UK invaded.Britain leaving the EU weakens both polities, but is arguably more detrimental to the UK's prosperity and even to its very survival., and he counts both king George II and a Turkish interior minister among his ancestors.But he is also a gaffe-prone populist, who has managed to insult large swathes of the world before even taking the helm at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.Strangely, Johnson doesn't appear to have insulted any of them yet.So watch out, Bolivia, Chad and Kyrgyzstan: you may be on the receiving end of Secretary Bo Jo's whirlwind honeymoon tour of the world. Over the centuries, Britain has invaded 90% of the world's almost 200 countries.During Obama's visit to Britain last April, but ahead of the president's (anticipated) suggestion that the U. would prefer the UK to remain in the EU, Johnson unsubtly sought to undermine Obama's authority by recalling the removal of wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill's bust from the White House.
In his column in Johnson suggested the removal “was a symbol of the part-Kenyan President's ancestral dislike of the British Empire – of which Churchill had been such a fervent defender".
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Jo Hunt, of ‘paedophile hunter group’ Patronus, now known as Justice Hunters, said: “We are disappointed about the sentence - it would have been better to have a longer sentence, especially because he travelled quite a distance.” An NSPCC Wales spokesman said: “Although the child Watkin was arranging to meet was not real, the risk he poses to children is.
Reflecting on Johnson's appointment, Frans Timmermans, vice-president of the European Commission, referred to Johnson's choice of words as 'borderline racist remarks'.
To be fair, the Hitlerian comparison does have the effect of putting an earlier condescending remark on the European project in a much more sympathetic light: “I certainly want a European community where one can go off and scoff croissants, drink delicious coffee, learn foreign languages and generally make love to foreign women".'s Brussels correspondent.
A MAN who arranged to meet what he believed to be a 14-year-old girl after he groomed her online has been jailed.