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'Man without shame': Boris Johnson's apology met by opposition after 'Partygate' report ctm magazine

UK Labour Party leader Keir Starmer pushes back against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s apology following the release of Sue Gray’s “Partygate” report. #CNN #News



  • WaterDog on January 31, 2022

    I’m sorry too!
    May the Sargent at Arms show you to door.

  • lester Tubog on January 31, 2022

    God bless Bojo

  • Sabastian on January 31, 2022

    NEWS the news doesn't want you to see. Ottawa CANADA LIVE!

  • Tom K on January 31, 2022

    Our very own Trump.

    Vile, self obsessed, only motivated by his ego and a desire to line the pockets of his friends.

    Lies, breaks the law, makes the majority of the country poorer, and yet the very poorest (who are the ones he damages the most) are his brainwashed base and they cheer him to the rafters.

    The world is FUBAR.

  • TanuKart on January 31, 2022

    wuuttttt ha ha

  • Guy Fawkes on January 31, 2022

    He hasn't apologised at all… he's used words you would use in an apology, however at no point has he actually apologised for what he's supposed to. He's said sorry for how the situation is being handled instead. He's only lied, shifted blame either to others in his party or tried to call out others flaws to take the heat away from himself

  • Snoozerpoo on January 31, 2022

    He's done it before, and despite being caught again and again, he keeps doing it. Up to the people if they will continue to put up with it.

  • Zo on January 31, 2022

    Stay strong Boris. They are coming after you because you are not going to tow the Plan demic line anymore and you gave Brits their freedoms back. Make public all the accurate* data you have about how the bad medicine did nothing except hurt and kill people and how it did not do anything to prevent its transmission. The Truth will set you free. Look at CNN they are almost 6 feet under because they keep piling on the lies.

  • Anna Burfoot on January 31, 2022

    There are no adults in politics anymore. There are nothing but bloated, out of touch, privileged, old children. No matter which country.
    Lies, corruption, mockery and petty slander amidst petty behaviour.
    There are no grown ups in politics anymore. We are doomed.
    Dear God the world needs heroes of wisdom, compassion, strength and loyalty to the good. Commitment to what is right. Unfortunately all we have are a bunch of clumsy, confused clowns. Its as frightening as it is worrying. Shameful

  • ღSwnsasyღ _ on January 31, 2022

    Wish the US would hold its politicians accountable like this.. Smh

  • Talita M. on January 31, 2022

    I mean a lot of British people seem to support him so good luck with that. personally I think his behavior is appalling but above all the hypocrisy wheew! People couldn't even bury their loved ones and you were out there partying? REALLY??? 🥴🥴🥴

  • Ben Franklin on January 31, 2022

    How's it going, CNN; We know the truth and here's the proof: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpHAuHvDklA&ab_channel=LiberalHivemind

  • Kerry James on January 31, 2022

    That speech was pathetic. And No…the pandemic was not hard on everyone. Clearly you all had parties, so it was not hard on you and your fellow workers at 10 Downing Street. So tired of these liars pretending to care. Boris will continue to enjoy his privilege and not have any consequences. Sigh.

  • Grant Wallace on January 31, 2022

    A lame duck Prime Minister.

  • Dan Boyd on January 31, 2022

    Boris: "We must learn from my stupid piggy behavior."

  • Kim Kim on January 31, 2022

    It's time to deplatform CNN for misinformation.

  • Grant Wallace on January 31, 2022

    Brilliant speech by Kier Starmer…..

  • Greetings From Cascadia on January 31, 2022

    I think Boris Johnson just lost his job.

  • Ricky Reyes on January 31, 2022

    Bla bla bla he broke the law so there's two ways step down or pay a penalty of three million dollars 🧐🧐🙊the people are watching the next steps he takes

  • YLoversCountry Lyrics on January 31, 2022

    I’m so very angry at prime minister and he is the worst prime minister we ever Has in This Country and I’m upset that he allows parties and I’m not allowed to go to Tours To see any Favourite Singers I’m so very angry 😡 I’m upset he need to go he lied and lied 🤥

  • Mazinger Z on January 31, 2022

    GO Boris !!!!!

  • annoyed aussie on January 31, 2022

    Sounds like a dead man walking to me, in a metaphorical sense of course.

  • Moe Reese on January 31, 2022

    British Donald Trump. What a joke.

  • A Afedola on January 31, 2022

    Sack Boris. He's a clown.

  • Roy Pulver on January 31, 2022

    ‘I was there. Keir Starmer had nothing to do with the decisions taken. On the contrary, He supported me in bringing hundreds of abusers to justice.’ Mr Johnson’s comments echoed online conspiracy theories that Mr Starmer had intervened to stop Savile from being charged or was personally responsible. These were debunked by fact-checking charity Full Fact, which stated: ‘The allegations against Savile were dealt with by local police and a reviewing lawyer for the CPS. ‘Mr Starmer was head of the CPS when the decision was made not to prosecute Savile but he was not the reviewing lawyer for the case. ‘An official investigation commissioned later by Starmer criticised both prosecutors and police for their handling of the allegations.’

    ~ Nazir Afzal, former crown prosecutor for North-West England, quoted in several newspapers, 01.02.22 (online versions available now)

  • Roy Pulver on January 31, 2022

    Was that an apology or a political rally? Johnson seems confused.

  • Roy Pulver on January 31, 2022

    To anyone planning on protesting outside Downing Street: don't forget to bring your own boos

  • delta Omicron on January 31, 2022


  • Danish on January 31, 2022

    I miss John Bercrow.

  • stevel73 on January 31, 2022

    Boris Johnson is a liar.

    He says he is sorry for making a mistake. The values that embody the kind of man that stands as a leader of a nation, a leader of a people, cannot make such mistakes. The rules were obvious to someone with low intelligence. A leader cannot fail to know those rules or to misinterpet them. A leader of a nation must be wise and have foresight as far as cause and effect is concerned. This ability is inherant to a leader.

    Boris Johnson didn't make a mistake. He, and others, did it deliberately because he thought he could get away with it. The reason he thought he could get away with it is the same reason that is displayed by politicians year after year, decade after decade. They know that the people will do nothing about it. They know that the people believe that politicians are in charge which absolves them, the people, of responsibility. The people of most nations have become weak and irresponsible. In a true democracy it is the people who are in charge. The people vote and decide on a course of action and elect wise individuals who can implement those decisions. The results are then analysed by the people and the process is repeated with the neccassary changes, if any. That is decomcracy. Now, we elect useless clown-children who are allowed free reign to do whatever they want. The people do not care, as long as somebody else is doing something and the responsibility is taken away from them.

    A responsible population would not stand for such incompetance, bad behaviour and weakness. Politicians know very well that the general public will not do anything about their corruption, which is why the same kind of people get voted for again and again. The politicians know that they can get away with corrupt behaviour. So many people are locked-in to religious/political thinking (the same thing). They are quite happy to hand over responsibility to someone or something else to fix all the problems and save them. And of course, politicians come fom the same mass of humanity as everyone else and so exhibit the same irresponsible thinking which is inherant to most people. They too believe that someone, some other people, some group of people, or something else will fix their problems further down the line or that they will simply get lucky or leave office before things get too bad. Those who desire to reach the higher offices of power simply manifest their weakness and irresponsibility in different ways. They are more ego driven than most, which makes them even worse and incapable of leading.

    As long as this continues, we will have all manner of increasing chaos in this world.

  • Peter Raith on January 31, 2022

    well look inside your own rotten "democracy" not having been able to emprison the 45th president yet – allthough the evidence is so overwhelming……

  • Peter Raith on January 31, 2022

    PS – Im from Denmark 😉

  • JourneyMan Smitty on January 31, 2022

    Damn I guess being a politician finally caught up with Boris🤔

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