Watch out, BoJo’s about.

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According to the upstanding, seeker of ‘truth’, Andy Coulson, London Mayor BoJo is desperate to be Prime Minister.

No shit Sherlock!

The rather pathetic thing is; Bo Jo is perceived as being a bumbling buffoon by the ‘astute, forward thinking’ British public and as such, they would certainly vote for him… I know, Frightening isn’t it?

Course, Boris, totally ruled by his penis, has the vast majority of the electorate fooled. Underneath that clumsy, lolloping, eccentric facade, lies an extremely clever, manipulating, dangerous man, whom given the chance would make his cousin Dave the Rave seem positively tame.

Coulson, further claims that:

 “Boris Johnson desperately wants to be prime minister and David has known that fact longer than most,” he wrote.

“When Boris asked me to pass on the message that he was keen to stand as mayor of London, David responded ‘Well, if he wins, he’ll want my job next’.

“If proof were needed that our PM is a man untroubled by self doubt, it came in his next sentence – ‘so I think he’ll be a bloody brilliant candidate for us’.”

Personally, I have a different take on the situation.

Never the less, one can only have a slow shake of the head and marvel at the way that the cunt Cameron can start a race war out of an obviously contrived incident and then fuck off on holiday without a care in the world… You really couldn’t make this shit up, don’t cha know. 

 

 

 

Boris ‘Desperate To Be PM’, Says Andy Coulson

The ex-spin doctor admits the Mayor is desperate to reach Number 10 but insists he would never stab the PM in the back.

Boris Johnson David Cameron Downing Street

 

Boris Johnson is desperate to be prime minister but would rather see David Cameron “fail miserably” than stab him in the back, according to Andy Coulson.

The former Downing Street spin doctor said the Mayor of London would prefer to “ride in on his bike and save party and country” if Mr Cameron were to lose in 2015.

But the ex-News Of The World editor also said his then boss was relaxed when Mr Johnson decided to try for Mayor, despite knowing his next target would be Number 10.

Of Labour, he called on the Tories to attack Ed Miliband for “keeping his head down” as well as to “pray Ed Balls remains shadow chancellor until the election”.

The comments, in GQ magazine, are a rare foray back into politics for Mr Coulson, who is set to face trial over allegations related to phone-hacking.

 

London Mayor Boris Johnson cycling
Andy Coulson says Boris Johnson would like to ride in to rescue Britain

 

“Boris Johnson desperately wants to be prime minister and David has known that fact longer than most,” he wrote.

“When Boris asked me to pass on the message that he was keen to stand as mayor of London, David responded ‘Well, if he wins, he’ll want my job next’.

“If proof were needed that our PM is a man untroubled by self doubt, it came in his next sentence – ‘so I think he’ll be a bloody brilliant candidate for us’.”

He added: “Stabbing David, or anyone else for that matter, in the back would be distinctly off brand – just not very Boris.

“He would much prefer to see David fail miserably in the election and ride in on his bike to save party and country.”

Mr Coulson advised Downing Street to support Mr Johnson’s good ideas, “advise privately” on the bad and celebrate his “considerable successes”.

 

David and Samantha Cameron on holiday in Ibiza
David Cameron is currently on holiday with his wife Samantha

 

He claimed Mr Miliband had adopted a strategy to “keep his head down, silently hope that the economy continues to go wonky, and well, just be the other guy”.

Mr Cameron therefore had to force him to take a view on difficult issues, the former communications chief argued.

“I’m struck by how detached the opposition front bench appears to be from their leader… I just don’t think they rate him very much,” he wrote.

“And if they don’t, there’s a good chance the public will feel the same way once they get to know him properly.”

He likened Mr Miliband and Mr Balls’ relationship to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown’s and hailed Mr Balls’ appointment as “the Miliband gift that will keep on giving”.

“The Tories must look for the divisions and make the most of them a) because they are most certainly real – always a plus – and b) because it’s history repeating itself,” he said.

Mr Coulson, who eventually quit Downing Street in January 2011, is also facing charges over an alleged conspiracy to bribe public officials for information.