"The liar’s inability to own mistakes and admit uncomfortable truths is inflicting greater harm by the day."

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People will eventually grow tired of show pony Boris Johnson’s self-love at the expense of the national interest.

Grins and daft wise cracks could not mask failure hosting a G7 summit in Cornwall and proved why Joe Biden is a breath of fresh air – and why a Prime Minister treated with contempt is mistrusted globally.

The liar’s inability to own mistakes and admit uncomfortable truths is inflicting greater harm by the day.

Had he banned and enforced self-isolation quicker on passengers from India instead of the three-week delay, England’s lockdown might be over next Monday instead of delayed.

And it goes from bad to wurst as the Johnson who butchered Northern Ireland out of the UK with his uncooked Brexit finds chilled meats banned in his oven-ready deal.

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Britons app­­lauding the blond chancer’s routine won’t laugh for ever at his calculated clowning.

Germany’s Angela Merkel refusing an elbow bump, leaving him stranded, was a humiliating picture of an isolated PM. French President Emmanuel Macron pointing out that Northern Ireland isn’t Toulouse reminded us of the trade arrangement hailed by John­­son himself.

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab can desperately twist reality as much as he likes but Brexit weakened Britain eco­­nomically and diplomatically.

Leaving the EU was always an act of faith for many and, for Johnson, it was a career opportunity.

The PM who loved photos walking next to the Queen and strutting alongside world leaders would be out of his depth in a Cornish rock pool.

The truth is a charlatan who isn’t trusted to keep his word is an unreliable ally to other nations. When we need a ­thoroughbred, we’ve got My Little Pony prancing around in Downing Street.

Johnson will be unseated. Pride comes before a fall.