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“Boris hasn’t lost the quality of the stars,” says the Tories after the by-elections drastically reduced the majority.

The Conservative Chairman today claimed that Boris Johnson had not lost “star quality” after a significant reduction in the majority in the by-elections.

Oliver Dowden told Labor that he was “not worried” after the majority of the Old Bexley and Sidcup Tories fell from nearly 19,000 to just 4,478.

It was after the Labor Party claimed to have reflected on them 10 percent that they were “regaining people’s trust.”

Tory’s Loei French won the election with a 51.4 percent share of the vote, compared to 30.8 percent of the Labor Party.

Asked by some voters that Johnson might be shining, Dauden told Times Radio:

“He tried to enter the campaign headquarters. At that point, teenage boys on the red bus began screaming out the window, and people rushed from everywhere.

“I don’t think Boris has lost the quality of the star, but of course the government needs to keep improving the game.”

After the French said he couldn’t deny Johnson’s treatment of Covid, the allegations of Threes in the blockade Downing Street and the party being mentioned at the front door.



“Boris hasn’t lost the quality of the stars,” says the Tories after the by-elections drastically reduced the majority.

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