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BoJo’s Wikipedia Weirdness

Boris Johnson’s Wikipedia entry is something that must be seen

Boris Johnson is known for many things. Most of them are less than appealing, but one of the funniest yet strangely little discussed matters is his most curious Wikipedia entry.

 

On the page dedicated to our less than esteemed philandering Prime Minister there is not much that one wouldn’t already know, but what is hilarious – in Diane Corbyn-esque adding up style – ‘Bosie The Clown’ is listed as being a father to “five or six children.”

 

To paraphrase Lady Windermere: “To lose one child may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose a child when you’re in charge of a nation simply looks like carelessness.” Boris’ spin doctors better get back to work.

 

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