He is still viable with the public if he is constantly compared to Starmer as the alternative.
They may very well decide that if the establishment wants Johnson gone so badly he must be doing something right.
Judging my his past behaviour, probably not. And with the Conservatives in disarray, he has no incentive to make a strong statement either way.
“It is already clear that [Gray’s] report discloses the most damning conclusion possible”, says the Labour leader.
Whatever the outcome of Sue Gray’s investigation, we must draw a line under the questions being faced by the Government.
Though the Prime Minister urges Starmer to ‘wait until’ Sue Gray’ s inquiry ‘has concluded’ before making judgements.
‘The Prime Minister pretended that he’d been assured there were no parties’, says the Labour leader.
We need to reconnect with 51 per cent of voters pronto. Just not with a pink bus or targeted manifesto.
Who is enjoying his discomfort? Labour, the LibDems, Macron, Rejoiners, woke academics – everyone, in short, who wants to see Brexit Britain fail.
“He’s the worst possible leader at the worst possible time”, Starmer adds, when asked about the PM’s virtual quiz in Downing Street last December.
‘Let their frail elderly be unvisited in care homes. Let their weddings be postponed’, is the message of this Prime Minister.
Labour’s Dawn Butler was one of the few to battle for the rights of the individual over the state.
Simply put: the party needs to “prove” it has cut to the bone to justify existing or higher taxes.
Starmer claims that granting visas to European drivers is the answer – even though EU countries are having the same issue.