14. Nov, 2017


Today Boris Johnson was called to parliament to answer urgent questions about his Zaghari-Ratcliffe blunder, yet he still couldn't bring himself to apologise for his mistake without any ifs and buts, and without embedding his apology in a ridiculously misleading narrative about how his words have been misunderstood, misinterpreted, or taken out of context.

It defies belief that he still won't just issue an unequivocal apology in order to clarify that what he said was 100% wrong.

Last week Boris Johnson made one of the most extraordinary gaffes a British Foreign Secretary has ever made by uncritically repeating Ira...