PM Boris?

Before starting this post, Tommy Robinson released on bail, it will be reheard. The most popular comment so far:

If the police, judiciary, social workers and MSM were not so intent on keeping such crimes as low profile as possible for political reasons then people such as Tommy Robinson may not feel so motivated to bring them into the public domain. As long as the establishment feel the need cover anything up there will be those who want to bring it to light remembering that no member of the public was ever given a vote in creating the social conditions that lead to such offences.

The original “arrest to prison in 4 hours” judge needs to be tried for contempt and debarred.

Anyway, onto the post:

https://order-order.com/2018/08/01/tory-members-want-pm-boris-goves-popularity-plummets/

They’re no way going to put JRM in, so this is the least worst of the rest in terms of who genuinely has a chance. Whether he remains a leaver or waffles on it, who can tell? Whether he is caught hanging from a high wire or is accosted by PC Plod about his bike riding, these things are in the lap of the Poppers.

In realpolitik terms, he may well be the least worst option and certainly the most entertaining.

Also, is it not time for the wild men to have their shot at it [see the Donald]?

10 comments for “PM Boris?

  1. john in cheshire
    August 1, 2018 at 11:53 am

    He can’t be any worse than treasonous May and her duplicitous gang, which includes known communists.
    Or could he?
    Whatever, Mrs May must be removed and replaced with someone who wants to restore our national independence. Preferably by the end of the summer recess.

  2. James Strong
    August 1, 2018 at 9:18 pm

    Boris’s buffoonery is in the public domain and can’t be eradicated.

    Being PM requires gravitas as well as good judgement.

    Boris hasn’t got either.

    • Pcar
      August 1, 2018 at 9:40 pm

      Boris knows when & where.

      He was excellent as Foreign Secretary, ignore msm carping.

      For one, he got on well with Erdogan despite his goat poem.

      On Iranian woman he was correct and May should have backed him – she ran away.

      Gove, Hunt, Raab & Javid supporting May’s sellout have ruled themselves out.

      JRM doesn’t want to be PM.

      Boris does and imho would be excellent. Owen Patterson?

  3. Pcar
    August 1, 2018 at 9:49 pm

    Tommy Robinson is freed on bail after top judges rule his 13-month sentence for contempt was ‘muddled and rushed’ because he was jailed just five hours after his arrest

    Last month Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, appealed against his 13-month jail term for contempt of court claiming the punishment was ‘excessive’ and the hearing was ‘rushed’.

    Today the Court of Appeal quashed his conviction (The key passage explaining the decision is in bold:) saying the decision to jail him within five hours of his arrest ‘gave rise to unfairness’ and ignored court rules.

    A panel of three senior judges also criticised Mr Justice Marson, the judge who sent him to prison, saying he gave ‘no clarity’ about what parts of Robinson’s Facebook Live video were in contempt of court.

    He ignored the fact the film was deleted shortly after his arrest on the steps of the court and also denied Robinson the chance to defend himself properly by not adjourning the case to another day, the ruling said.

    Robinson’s successful appeal caused supporters to cry with joy and cheer wildly before chanting ‘Tommy’s coming home’ to the tune of England football anthem Three Lions.

    Lord Burnett, giving reasons for the Court of Appeal’s decision relating to the Leeds Crown Court allegation, said that once Robinson ‘had removed the video from Facebook there was no longer sufficient urgency to justify immediate proceedings’.

    The court agreed that the judge at Leeds should not have commenced contempt proceedings that day.

    Lord Burnett said that ‘no particulars of the contempt were formulated or put to the appellant’, and there was ‘a muddle over the nature of the contempt being considered’.

    He added: ‘Where a custodial term of considerable length is being imposed, it should not usually occur so quickly after the conduct which is complained of; a sentence of committal to immediate custody had been pronounced within five hours of the conduct taking place.’

    No particulars of the contempt were formulated or put to the appellant. There was a muddle over the nature of the contempt being considered. In both the short explanation given by the judge of the general nature of the alleged contempt and the sentencing remarks, there was reference to matters that could not been a breach of the section 4(2) order. [64]. The failure to follow Part 48 Crim PR was more than technical [66]. There was no clarity about what the appellant was admitting or on what basis he was being sentenced.

    Ref:

    https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2018/08/why-tommy-robinson-has-been-released-on-bail/

  4. Pcar
    August 1, 2018 at 9:52 pm

    @James

    Delete above – html messed up

    Why is Edit gone?

  5. Pcar
    August 1, 2018 at 9:54 pm

    Tommy Robinson is freed on bail after top judges rule his 13-month sentence for contempt was ‘muddled and rushed’ because he was jailed just five hours after his arrest

    Last month Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, appealed against his 13-month jail term for contempt of court claiming the punishment was ‘excessive’ and the hearing was ‘rushed’.

    Today the Court of Appeal quashed his conviction (The key passage explaining the decision is in bold:) saying the decision to jail him within five hours of his arrest ‘gave rise to unfairness’ and ignored court rules.

    A panel of three senior judges also criticised Mr Justice Marson, the judge who sent him to prison, saying he gave ‘no clarity’ about what parts of Robinson’s Facebook Live video were in contempt of court.

    He ignored the fact the film was deleted shortly after his arrest on the steps of the court and also denied Robinson the chance to defend himself properly by not adjourning the case to another day, the ruling said.

    Robinson’s successful appeal caused supporters to cry with joy and cheer wildly before chanting ‘Tommy’s coming home’ to the tune of England football anthem Three Lions.

    Lord Burnett, giving reasons for the Court of Appeal’s decision relating to the Leeds Crown Court allegation, said that once Robinson ‘had removed the video from Facebook there was no longer sufficient urgency to justify immediate proceedings’.

    The court agreed that the judge at Leeds should not have commenced contempt proceedings that day.

    Lord Burnett said that ‘no particulars of the contempt were formulated or put to the appellant’, and there was ‘a muddle over the nature of the contempt being considered’.

    He added: ‘Where a custodial term of considerable length is being imposed, it should not usually occur so quickly after the conduct which is complained of; a sentence of committal to immediate custody had been pronounced within five hours of the conduct taking place.’

    No particulars of the contempt were formulated or put to the appellant. There was a muddle over the nature of the contempt being considered. In both the short explanation given by the judge of the general nature of the alleged contempt and the sentencing remarks, there was reference to matters that could not been a breach of the section 4(2) order. [64]. The failure to follow Part 48 Crim PR was more than technical [66]. There was no clarity about what the appellant was admitting or on what basis he was being sentenced.

    Ref:
    https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2018/08/why-tommy-robinson-has-been-released-on-bail/

  6. Penseiveat
    August 3, 2018 at 9:27 am

    Boris Johnson as PM? I won’t know whether to celebrate or emigrate!

    • Pcar
      August 4, 2018 at 12:02 am

      Celebrate – he’s intelligent, magnanimous, positive, humorous, self-deprecating, popular in other countries, not a spinner or totalitarian.

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