Johnson calls out ‘Peppa Pig’ in embarrassing speech to business leaders

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  • The Prime Minister loses the thread of his interference and improvises, talking about a children’s theme park, to the surprise of the audience.

  • Concern grows in the Conservative Party and in the ‘Premier’ team about his complete loss of direction and control.

Boris Johnson’s mental condition is worrying. Before the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), the country’s great employers gathered at an annual session to hear the prime minister on Monday, Johnson lost the thread of his speech for 20 seconds, began to improvise and grumble. Had to stop to rearrange my notes He repeatedly apologized amid the tense silence of the audience. He then went on to admire ‘Peppa Pigs World’, a family theme park in Hampshire, which he recommended to the business leaders present there. “Raise your hand who has been in Peppa Pig’s world,” asked the room where his grace didn’t resonate. And if that wasn’t enough, Johnson compares himself to Moses And at one point, to admire the cars, Tesla imitated the noise of a vehicle stepping on the accelerator.

The Prime Minister‘s performance was so deviating from even his own standards that at the end of the conference a journalist The ITV television network asked him if he felt well., “He lost his grades, he lost his position, he went on a tangent with Peppa Pig. To be honest, is everything okay?”, the reporter told him. Johnson responded carelessly as his speech. Well done.” Those who had listened to him certainly didn’t think so.

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“It has become chaotic. It is an example of how seriously British business is taken. No one was laughing because the joke is no longer funny,” said Labor Party finance officer Rachel Reeves. of England Richard Swart, executive of Berger Group Company, an entrepreneur from the Northeast Condemned the “disastrous & rdquor”; And far below the level of a Prime Minister”. Swart called upon conservatives in this time of “Covid, Brexit, manpower shortages and other challenges before us”; “Focus on what’s best for the country, and choose a more responsible leader.”

BBC policy chief Laura Kuensberg echoed growing unease in the Conservative Party and Johnson’s team to his complete loss of direction and control, Kuensberg cited “a senior source” in the Downing Street offices. “There is a lot of concern about the Prime Minister and the MLDR within that building; It just doesn’t work. The cabinet needs to wake up and demand drastic changes, otherwise the situation will only get worse. If they don’t insist, they won’t do anything”.

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