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Boris Johnson Sums Up The Conservative manifesto In 7 Seconds

Oh Boris. 

Already shorthand for buffoonery, the bungling Mayor of London has now been captured summing his party policies in one excellent seven second clip.

Taken from the heated debate between Johnson and Ed Miliband on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show saw Bojo accuse the Labour leader of stabbing his brother David in the back, refuted with some first-class finger pointing from Miliband, it focuses on a snippet which most of us clearly missed. You can thank YouTube wizard Jon Harvey for this, who you may recall gave us this piece of election time gold

Come to think of it, we wouldn't mind Labour and Lib Dems putting their own viewpoints across in 7 seconds. It would certainly spare us from a lot of waffle.

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