Lies, falsehoods, racism, xenophobia, homophobia and misrepresentations by Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson and his government.
Political deceit is a form of theft. When people or businesses get money by deceit they face criminal charges. When politicians win power by deceit they can do vastly more harm, but face no penalty at all. Peter Oborne
- The following list has been compiled by Edwin Hayward (@uk_domain_names). Link to the evidence via the contents list below.
- The cartoon below links to a collaborative venture by Richard Assheton, Adam Bychawski, Tom Chivers, Peter Oborne, Charlie Peters, Michael Prodger, Dai Richards and William Wickstead. Cartoon donated by Martin Rowson.
Terminological inexactitude is a euphamism introduced in 1906 by Winston Churchill meaning a lie, untruth or technically inaccurate. Churchill first used the phrase following the 1906 election. Speaking in the House of Commons on 22 February 1906 as Under-Secretary of the Colonial Office wWhen asked whether the Government was condoning slavery of Chinese labourers in the Transvaal, Churchill replied: