Another Fine British Bromance in the Tory Camp?

Remember this?


Perhaps inspired by that fine young Scottish guy in TV’s ‘The Bodyguard’, Ross Thomson seemed to have pledged selfless loyalty to Tory succession candidate, Boris ‘the Bear’ Johnson. Now Steven Kerr, MP for….? I don’t know, has come out for Michael Gove:


Steven is a long-time admirer of Michael ‘the Teddy Bear’ Gove and is clearly a prophet of his future greatness, describing him last year as ‘man-of-the moment!’

Michael was very impressed? Will he be needing his own man at the Governor’s office?





6 thoughts on “Another Fine British Bromance in the Tory Camp?

  1. Bugger (the Panda) May 19, 2019 / 7:03 am

    They are bith dead neat and are looking for a placement in an English Seat

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  2. gavin May 19, 2019 / 8:12 am

    The way the polls are going, these mutually attracted Tories will have plenty of their own private time for a wee “winch”. No need for “paws on baws” in the Strangers bar!

    The latest polls have the Farage “operation” leading the Tories in the next GE. But in a UK going down the political shunky in apparent freefall, who knows what will happen next?

    Let us hope Scotland has departed this dismal scene long before then.
    Vamoose pronto!

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  3. gavin May 19, 2019 / 8:19 am

    I have read that the UK is the world best exponent of “soft power”.

    The endless humiliations of the UK at the utterly hilarious Eurovision contest would put that theory to bed.

    No one seems to like the UK.
    No one seems to have any respect for the UK.
    The UK is like a bastard child in Europe these days.

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      • gavin May 20, 2019 / 7:45 am

        “Soft in the head” power.
        The kind of power Gavin Williamson wanted to send to the China Sea. The strategic nous you get from a fireplace salesman pretending to preside over a military.
        Oor Gavin being over-promoted by a desperate Treeza May. Like the bluster of Col. Ruthie Von Paradeground.

        Those whom the gods wish to destroy, they first make Tories.


  4. Brian Powell May 20, 2019 / 7:42 am

    I wonder if folk in Scotland realise that when Boris Johnson is PM Ross Thomson could be Sec of State for estminster in Scotland, replacing D Mundell?


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