Well I hold him in higher regard than Jeremy Corbyn, though that's not saying a great deal really.
Plus to some degree it's better to have a prime minister who will change their mind where necessary, as opposed to doggedly sticking to the same plan even...
The BBC is huge and any bias depends on who is involved.
I do find there can be left wing bias, especially in dramas (see Doctor Who), but one could hardly claim Andrew Neil is a leftie, and he's one of their big hitters.
The BBC is far from perfect but...
After having the likes of Brown, Cameron and May foisted on us, we finally have a proper prime minister with a proper elected majority.
It's about time.
Now he has to deliver, and at the same time silence the Owen Jones types properly by giving us a...
But they are protesting a democratic result.
They have a right to do so, of course, as I have a right to observe that democracy - yet again - only applies to lefties when it produces the results they want.
Perhaps, though Jo Swinson thought she could. She couldn't.
However, Jeremy Corbyn WAS the opposition. You can hardly criticise Johnson for hypothetically failing to beat opposition he wasn't facing. That's a bit desperate even for the left.
You lefties STILL don't get it!
A big part of why you got such a thrashing, is that you all keep on telling people who didn't vote the way you felt they should, that they've made a mistake, got it wrong, etc.
People are sick of hearing that.
I don't actually have as big a problem with Diane Abbot as some do. I'm more scared of John McDonnell!
Listen to what Abbott actually has to say and a lot of the time she isn't wrong - notably when she speaks of jobs and what the Tories call 'job growth',...