One small chink of light in the darkness of British politics right now is watching the brilliant Michael Spicer interpret the shambles through the persona of the long-suffering aide in “the room next door.” He has now turned his satirical spotlight on the absolute fiasco of the prime minister’s speech in front of some police cadets, which wasn’t exactly a roaring success.
the room next door – Boris Johnson and the Police pic.twitter.com/G7UwzXgL8Q
— Michael Spicer (@MrMichaelSpicer) September 17, 2019
“You can use this one to provide a measured and diplomatic response – you know, like a prime minister does.”
The video has been viewed over 100,000 times in a little over three hours, which shows how much we all appreciate his efforts, as do these reactions.
Literally had tears running down my cheeks from laughing that much at this 🤣👇🤣 #auspol https://t.co/g47t8e7WT1
— 💧LubiePhil🌊 🇮🇪🇦🇺 (@lubiephil) September 17, 2019
Spicer does it again. Criminally underrated in his field. https://t.co/xZ9gbFKI9g
— The Trombone (@PlayersTrombone) September 17, 2019
There he is the guy on the earbuds chatting to politicians. Shame his job is becoming obsolete now as no one listens.
Another great video from Spicer. https://t.co/DkcdcD4Dzu
— Monkey the firefighter (@TheWhimpMan) September 17, 2019
Any chance we can activate Susan again?
Source: @MrMichaelSpicer Image: Twitter, screengrab
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