From the archive: Twitter reacts to our new Foreign Secretary
Not so well…
Boris Johnson is Foreign Secretary? Is this some sort of a joke?
— Sunny Hundal (@sunny_hundal) July 13, 2016
Was thinking that today was the day when the British establishment seamlessly & reassuringly guaranteed continuity. Then #Borisgate struck
— Geoff Barton (@RealGeoffBarton) July 13, 2016
Well we are already a global laughingstock. Might as well go the whole hog. https://t.co/G2odP5pCPx
— Rick (@FlipChartRick) July 13, 2016
The people of Britain would like to apologise in advance to the rest of the world. For everything https://t.co/6r6sl5c8XD
— Philip Coggan (@econbuttonwood) July 13, 2016
Please don’t judge us by our Foreign Secretary’s previous racism. He didn’t mean it.
— Anas ET (@Anas_ET) July 13, 2016
Yeah, but APART from saying Turkey’s president’s a goat-fucker, saying Obama hates the UK because he’s “part-Kenyan”…
— Primly Stable (@PrimlyStable) July 13, 2016
Boris Johnson is now in charge of MI5, MI6 & GCHQ pic.twitter.com/OiLLNLo3yU
— Andy Jolley (@ajjolley) July 13, 2016
Who’ll go first out of the Brexit triumvirate? Davis via a principled resignation, Fox in disgrace or Boris with his cock in a trifle?
— John Williams (@WorldofTelly) July 13, 2016
Three gaffe-prone, ego-driven, easily frustrated Brexiters who might (usefully) disagree on everything about exit. https://t.co/8OtnB6UJJw
— Joseph Cotterill (@jsphctrl) July 13, 2016
— Adrian Short (@adrianshort) July 13, 2016
Oh thank God. THANK GOD. pic.twitter.com/oQcdzclNt4
— Chris Kendall (@ottocrat) July 13, 2016
So far, looking like the Tory right having more influence in Govt than for a generation – hard to square with Downing St speech earlier
— William Bain (@William_Bain) July 13, 2016
From an astonishing one-nation speech at No 10 to appointing Boris as foreign secretary: Hero to zero in just one day
— Peter Kyle MP (@peterkyle) July 13, 2016
Liam Fox. Boris Johnson. Seriously. It’s time for a completely different politics please. Someone.
— Matthew Skinner (@Skinner_M) July 13, 2016
I can’t believe the acid I took on referendum day hasn’t worn off yet.
— Mr Roger Quimbly (@RogerQuimbly) July 13, 2016
Have we tried switching Britain off and on again?
— mark smith (@spiketheatre) July 13, 2016
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