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John Crace
Parliamentary sketch writer for Guardian. Writer of Digested Read. Contributor to GQ. Author
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John Crace 1h
Replying to @MatthewdAncona
V sorry for you all. But what a man
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John Crace 5h
Replying to @shattenstone
Thank you Simon x
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John Crace 13h
Replying to @Biggles_Sqn_Ldr
Oh but I have... I grew up on them!
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John Crace 16h
Boris Johnson takes to airwaves to lie, lie and lie again | John Crace
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John Crace Jun 25
'People are trying to stop me achieving what I want to achieve'. Boris Johnson confirming on LBC that it's not about the country, it's about his narcissism
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John Crace Jun 25
It's becoming clearer and clearer why Boris Johnson has been in hiding. He really doesn't have a clue on Brexit. Or much else.
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Owen Gibson Jun 25
Help track down Boris Johnson please....
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John Crace Jun 24
Boris Johnson tells that the bottom line is that it’s all about trust. An unusually honest way for him to say he’s not fit to be prime minister
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John Crace Jun 24
Boris Johnson breaks cover to give an interview in which he again fails to give any answers. How long can his supporters pretend this is remotely OK?
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Jonathan Freedland Jun 24
"Like many showy personalities, he is of weak character. I recently suggested to a radio audience that he supposes himself to be Winston Churchill, while in reality being closer to Alan Partridge." Brutal takedown of Johnson by his former boss Max Hastings
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John Crace Jun 24
Johnny again playing the stupid card brilliantly with the cunning plan that everyone knows is impossible
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John Crace Jun 24
May yawned. God this was dull. Why was she even here?
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John Crace Jun 24
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John Crace Jun 24
In which case why has the Telegraph and the Mail splashed the story for three days?
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John Crace Jun 24
Amazing that it was so not in the national interest that every paper has splashed on the story for three days running. And that the Mail on Sunday even helpfully provided a layout of the entire flat
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British GQ Jun 24
If character is your main selling point, then it's only fair that character is examined. |
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Tom Watson Jun 24
My political colleagues will be familiar with ‘lines to take’ scripts, with highlighted sentences to emphasise the important messages. Here Priti Patel has them spread all over the table, anticipating difficult questions in which she intends to give prepared answers.
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John Crace Jun 24
This is so beautiful
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John Crace Jun 24
Imagine the torment of the poor child hoping against hope that Boris Johnson is not his or her father
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John Crace Jun 24
I can sense another tear jerking book coming about two lovers who defied the odds to find true happiness in Number 10
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