According to the BBC, Boris Johnson - all round fuckwit and obnoxious right-wing toff - has accused May's government of "lacking guts" (ie: courage) in the troubled Brexit negotiations. Johnson is - without doubt - the greatest single disgrace as a cabinet minister the UK has ever had to endure. That he should be Foreign Minister, one of the great positions of state, is a national embarrassment that just keeps giving. His appointment is a purely party political convenience for the UK Conservative Party despite the damage he does to the country's interests and lack of personal credibility he brings to the job. He has a long history of moronic faux-pas to his credit.
Johnson was the keynote speaker at Conservative Way Forward's summer reception and took questions for more than an hour, according to Buzzfeed. Asked about Donald Trump and his performance at the G7 meeting in Quebec, he reportedly said he was "increasingly admiring" of the US President and was "more and more convinced that there is method in his madness". He went on to say..."Imagine Trump doing Brexit," "He'd go in bloody hard... There'd be all sorts of breakdowns, all sorts of chaos. Everyone would think he'd gone mad. But actually you might get somewhere. It's a very, very good thought."
This, folks, is the current Brexit champion in the UK. What more needs to be said?
Johnson's considerable gut should be put to work in the national interest.