Leo, Boris and that fateful walk
We don’t yet know if the Taoiseach’s private chat with Johnson will lead to a deal or a disaster
Boris Johnson is a known liar who can rarely be trusted. The British prime minister’s track record across his time in media and politics is well established in that regard. His behaviour since he took office has not indicated any change; in addition to being deceptive, he has shown a willingness to bully too.
Yet many people like him and fall for his bluff and bluster, his seductive abilities in one-on-one situations being...
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