I've just watched live, Bojo speaking in the Brexit Withdrawal Bill. It remains to be seen how it will be shown as a sound bite on any news casts but I thought he was rambling, stumbling and incoherant and I think I may have actually watched the final and long awaited demise of hisself. He got more barracking from the Tories around him than from the opposition. There was a Tory sitting right behind him who was barracking mumbling in his ear all the way through and it appears to have gotten to Boris on a couple of occasions when he turned around to gesticulate at him and complain of his "chuntering". There were cheers whenever he gave way for a question or point intervention and the chamber slowly emptied as he spoke but still with continual barracking of the Tory yesterday man. He certainly showed no oratory skills or even at times made much sense to me. A performance, I hope, that sees the end of any thoughts of him as a future Tory party leader. He lost volume, coherence of speech and apparently any desire to be there making a speech. He was repeatedly interrupted to be asked if he was complaining about May's proposals, then what did he propose in their place. To loud jeering from both sides of the House it became obvious he had no answer. It was pointed out several times that he was one of the major causes of the present Brexit mess and his failure at Foreign Secretary. This is the man who is touted as one of the favourites to become Tory leader!? A man who has little oratory skills or working abilities.