We published an article yesterday about Boris Johnson and his partner Carrie Symonds; they argued, and a neighbour of theirs recorded it who then allowed the Guardian newspaper to hear what they recorded to make a sensational headline.
The argument was apparently about Carrie’s use of Boris’s laptop, and Boris spilling wine on Carrie’s sofa.
Yes, this actually made national and international news.
It made international news because Police were called to investigate what had happened.
Scotland Yard made a statement confirming that they were called to Carrie Symonds flat just after midnight and that:
‘There were no offences or concerns apparent to the officers and there was no cause for police action.’
So a couple argued late at night, and it was somewhat noisy. Don’t arguments usually end up being a noisy affair?
As it turns out Boris and his partner, Carrie, have some very “Anti-Brexit Leftie” neighbours in Tom Penn and Eve Leigh. They certainly look the part.
Inexplicably the Guardian was the first paper to run with this “story”. Why could that be? We don’t know for sure, what we do know is that Tom Penn has admitted to recording the argument AND calling the Police. You can find that information HERE.
Apparently, Tom is a dedicated REMAINER. No doubt he fully endorses the placing of Anti-Boris and Anti-Brexit posters on Boris’s car. If he gets in touch to say that he is against the placing of Anti-Boris posters on Boris’s car we will update you as soon as we find out.
Toms partner Eve had a Twitter account (now deleted) that showed a definite Anti-Tory slant, specifically dating back to the Occupy London protests in 2012, a time when Boris was London Mayor.
Perhaps this is just another example of how dedicated foot-soldiers of the far-left engage in the warfare of dirty politics.
Couple argue at night.
Record argument, call the Police, let the Guardian newspaper hear the recording, make national and international news.