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Ryanair launches a scathing attack on Boris with memes ‘I don’t know I am at a party’ in response to his apology

by LLB Reporter
12th Jan 22 1:57 pm

The Prime Minister told MPs in the House of Commons that he attended the “bring your own booze” gathering, but he said he “believed implicitly that this was a work event” and only attended for around 25 minutes to “thank groups of staff.”

However, Ryanair was quick of the mark to ridicule the Prime Minister with a meme saying “I don’t know I am at a party.”

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Boris Johnson added to MPs, that “with hindsight I should have sent everyone back inside, I should have found some other way to thank them, and I should have recognised that, even if it could have been said technically to fall within the guidance – there would be millions and millions of people who simply would not see it that way.”

Ryanair also tweeted a blistering attack on Johnson with an “official-Sensitive No.10 only inspired cocktail menu.”

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On Tuesday, the former Tory attorney general Dominic Grieve has blasted Boris Johnson and said he has “told a series of untruths” and he should be removed from office.

Grieve who is a QC and also served as Shadow Home Secretary said that the Conservative Party would be better off if Johnson was removed as Prime Minister.

Grieve was asked by the BBC over the latest allegations against Johnson, he said, “He ought to be in a lot of trouble because he’s told a series of untruths about these issues over a period of time and the latest evidence clearly suggests that the rules were broken.

The former attorney general said that the public has “little trust” in Johnson and then delivered a blistering attack, he said, “The difficulty we have here is that we have a prime minister who’s effectively a serial liar.”

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