Spring update – Faking it, in the time of Coronavirus

“Germany used to have a tennis player called BOOM-BOOM Boris.  The UK has a BLA-BLA Boris, a HA-HA Hancock, and a DUM-DUM Dominic!”

-Klaudia Karl

So it’s been an interesting few months since I returned from Hong Kong, to say the least.  The Friday immediately after I came home, I was put in quarantine for 48 hours, pending the result of a swab test, because Public Health England needed to be sure that I hadn’t caught Coronavirus whilst out in Hong Kong….  And then I was put in another 63-64 hours of quarantine, because Kingston Hospital went and lost my first swabs, and we had to get them done again! 😫

Needless to say, I did have to speculate as to whether a full outbreak of CoVid-19 would be contained easily enough in the UK, given what we were having to rely on – although I’ll grant you, the workers in our NHS have done an absolutely astonishing job!  It’s just nothing less than tragic, seeing what they have had to work with, and the incompetent government and ministers that they have had to work under.  I can only offer the nurses and doctors who have worked so hard through this crisis the upmost of praise, and if I were prime minister they would absolutely have received pay rises and PPE from me, not just claps from isolated households!

I will give a bit more of an update about my time in Hong Kong,in the near future.  But I did, in fact, experience symptoms of Covid-19 around a month later, at the beginning of March.  I believe I caught the virus in, of all places, Glastonbury in Somerset!  A town with an excess concentration of woo-heads and fools, who imagine that their area will not experience any Covid-19, “because there’s no 5G here!” 🙄

Any significant gatherings will, in fact, spread the virus – as they do with any pathogens.  This is the very reason why the lockdown has been necessary.  It’s unfortunate that I haven’t known just how long I had the virus without symptoms, before I started experiencing them.  But of the friends that I’d around in Glastonbury, before I returned and then became symptomatic, only one came down with symptoms, and it appears that it took him more than two weeks.  So safe to say, I have probably managed to avoid infecting anyone, including my housemates.  I isolated myself as best I could from all three, and the most vulnerable – a sufferer of Asthma – returned home as soon as he could.  He has since only returned to move the rest of his things out, as he was dismissed from his internship since I can only presume his employer couldn’t afford to keep him.  One other housemate has returned to Canada for the time being.  Which leaves only me and one other, at my current residence.

For my own part, some issues such as Blepharitis have continued to linger for me, and made it difficult for me to consider a role such as volunteering in the NHS for the time being – since I wouldn’t wish to risk infecting anyone else, or not appear reliable in any such role whilst my eyes are constantly dry and inflamed with mucus – yuck!  Although as I type this I can gratefully say, my eyes are almost completely relieved of the Blepharitis.

Instead, for the sake of getting through this lockdown, and making some sort of earnings, I have had to consider offering online services as Faux BoJo, which I should be doing from the end of this week.  I’ve also had clients which have included a socially-distanced street party in Brixton – you can see a clip of this on my Instagram.

You can also now follow my Instagram feed here 

And I have also recently recorded an advert from home, for the Afro-Caribbean restaurant chain Manjaros.  The ad is not online at time of writing this.  But I will share it once it becomes available.

There’ll be a few more updates to come, including one of a completely new project that I’m launching!  Entirely separate from my impersonating and entertaining life – it’s actually a blog which will be exploring my interests in both mythology and drinking.  So I look forward to sharing that with you very soon!

I’d also like to give a brief congratulations to Boris Johnson, on the birth of his Xth child.

I certainly hope that this boy will be safer, healthier, and wiser than his father.

Take care, everyone! 

Be kind to each other.  Wash your hands.  Keep your distance.  Stay indoors as much as you can.

All the best!

Plummeting towards 2020

As I’m sure many of you reading this can imagine, things have been very busy for me since July 2019 – My doppelgänger become leader of the Conservative Party, and therefore also Prime Minister of the UK. Work has been plentiful, but campaigning to stop BoJo from getting his way has been daunting, especially when a move at the end of last year clashed with pretty much everything.

(insert general election campaigning photos here)

On the night of December 12th, I went up to Durham, to join Graham Hughes and Adam Lee on their Pubcast, talking over the results of what proved to be a disastrous night, for the Labour and Liberal Democrat parties. It was shocking, that the supposed promise of so much support for a Final Say on whether the UK really wants Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal, seemed to crumble away, in the face of what I believe to be still an obsession with fear, which has infested English culture like a cancer.
So am I disappointed at the result of this snap election? Of course. But surprised? No.

I made plans to ensure that I would not be in the UK at the end of January. So that will explain what you can expect to hear, in the next chapter of my story.

First anniversary re-vamp!

Gawd! Look at the muck, in ‘ere! 😆

Yes, it has been a while since I’ve made any post on the site. The cost of renewal with GoDaddy is such that I might well have to post more often, just to make it worthwhile. A re-vamp was very much overdue for the site, mind, and I’m very grateful to George / Hawthorn Owl for helping us with that.

Of course we have seen the government’s inevitable delay to Brexit, as a first step towards the inevitable demise of Brexit. Good news all round. But campaigning is having to step up, in order to make the effort to Stop Brexit really pay off. As part of that, Pimlico Plumbers helped to provide me with their big Yellow Bollocks to Brexit London cab, to travel to Brussels and back in one day, and then the next day, just before the Easter recess, we drove it around London, with me chanting a Beyoncé/ Gaga inspired refrain of “Stop Brexit! Stop Brexit! We don’t wanna leave any more!”, to crowds outside Parliament and across much of London. Looking forward to doing something like that again.

We are helping to continue inspiring the SODEM protest in Westminster. And although we offer our best wishes to Steve Bray, for choosing to carry on with his grassroots work to keep Remain in the media, instead of running in the European Parliamentary elections as he had planned, we will also expect to offer interviews to European Election candidates in London, who favour Britain remaining in the EU. I’m personally hoping that this will include a Labour candidate. But we really are yet to see.

We are looking to get more entries for the Faux BoJo Sweepstake – so please take a look at the link to it, at the top of the page, and with any luck we will be bringing you news very soon, of some free releases of preview videos ahead of the album recording, and then eventually a timetable for our completion of the album, and its distribution to all the kind friends and campaigners who have contributed to the sweepstake.

Take care of yourselves, everyone. And remember; Britain isn’t ready for Brexit! Because Britain wasn’t ready for this bitch! 😉 *snap!* *snap!*

*snap!* *snap!*


The big button in Brussels, and the March for the Future

This week, I’ve been in Brussels once again – my third visit this year!

I’ve journeyed to the continent and the EU capital, “encore une foi”, to protest for the rights of EU citizens – especially British ex-patriates, who may risk being affected worse than any other group of Brits, in the event of a Brexit deal which damages their rights to live in the EU and EEA, or in the event of a “no deal scenario” – which of course will likely devastate Britain’s trade, economy, and global standing. All of these are still lingering possibilities, as Prime Minister Theresa May has visited since Wednesday, for a Council of Ministers summit, which continued until the end of Thursday 18th October.

At a protest stunt for Alliance Europa, very near the European Council and European Commission buildings, I was seen and photographed by the press, “Jumping on Brexit” – or, more specifically – jumping on the STOP BREXIT button! A trampoline, clad in red, and with the clear word STOP emblazoned upon it, was a physical representation of the EMERGENCY STOP that we need, to put as soon as possible, on this process of leaving the European Union, which British politicians now KNOW will do considerable damage to the country.

Amongst other news sources, our event was covered by EuroNews.  We also received rather predictably bitter coverage, from the Daily Express – clearly showing again, that pro-Brexit sources of news and propaganda show their desperation easily, when they’re scared!

With this show for the press, who truly needed to see another side of the argument from what Theresa May was seeking to propose in Brussels, I’ve given a clear endorsement to a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal, with an option to Remain, alongside MEP’s and other Proud Europeans. With the help of Alliance Europa, Best for Britain, European Movement UK, and other affiliates of this event’s organisers, we’ve managed to make a statement to the UK government, and the EU, that the time for going round in circles, about “backstops”, “transition periods”, “technical notice measures”, “customs agreements” and other overly complex jargon, is over.

In June 2016, Britain voted for what they saw as a simple solution. That solution has shown now, that it is truly not simple at all. It is costly, and pointless, and will bring no benefit to the British people, or the economy.

I am not only jumping on imaginary buttons, by continuing my campaign against the colossal farce that is Brexit.
I am making a stand, on the very simple position, that more than 17 million people in 2016 didn’t know what they were voting for.

But they DID know what they were voting for!”, we hear the cries from Farage and his con-patriots (see what I did there? 😉 )

Well, in taking my stand, I also give the Brexiters this reply…..

…. Bitch, please!!!
I walk down any high street in England, and no matter whether I’m wearing a suit, or anything else, most people will still think that Boris Johnson is in town!

The only benefit that this whole insane Brexit shambles brings to the UK, is the lesson that most British voters are VERY EASILY FOOLED!

But Britain deserves a chance to show the world, and the billionaires who engineered this whole disgusting right-wing coup and expect to benefit from it, that its people will NOT be fooled twice!

Tomorrow (Saturday 20th October), I will be marching with many thousands of people, calling for a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal, WITH AN OPTION TO REMAIN IN THE EU!
I look forward to seeing everyone who will be joining us, in this historic episode of British history, standing up for truth, and a fair democratic process!

Thankyou, and let’s

News Appearances & Upcoming Announcement

It’s been a long break for us again, but Faux BoJo hasn’t kept quiet or away from the cameras, between Parliament rising for Summer recess, or rising for what’s now the shallow end of Party Conference Season.

Having made a monumental appearance on the social media page of The Independent , Faux BoJo has gone on to appearing at the launch of the Gina Miller campaign “End the Chaos” in Dover , and had an interview about the raft of “Saucy offers” he’s allegedly received, in the Star on Sunday   😉

But what’s next?  Well, it’s little overdue, but we’re expecting to launch an exciting new chance to donate to the campaigning efforts of Faux BoJo, guarantee yourself an album of his songs, along with other GUARANTEED prizes which we’ll list for bigger donations, AND you’ll get a chance to win even BIGGER prizes, with every entry!

So watch this space, as we will soon launch the


Last Leg appearance and hiatus update

Hello! We’ve been gone for some time, since our trip to Amsterdam and Brussels. Mostly we’ve not been able to do many events and protests, as i’ve moved to South London. Settling in is taking some time. But on my first weekend of being fully moved in, I was able to make it to the Peoples Vote March, on June 23rd. We managed to get a clear STOP BREXIT message out, and mocking Boris righteously at the same time, to more than 200,000 people in central London.


Less than a week later, I found myself being buried in masses of bog roll – expressing clearly the Foreign Secretary’s annoyance at the prospect of a “Bog roll brexit” – on Channel 4’s disability-centric prime-time comedy chat show, “The Last Leg with Adam Hills” – Personally, i think I speak for many Remainers when i say – If Boris and other brexiters don’t want a Brexit that’s “soft, unyielding, and overly long”, then they should let the people speak, let the people vote on the final deal, and ultimately let Parliament listen when it becomes clear, that the country DOES NOT WANT THIS BREXIT.

The opportunity to appear again on Channel 4’s “The Last Leg with Adam Hills” – the first time i’ve been on the show, since being part of the live Spice Girls Tribute Act in July 2016 – was a fantastic one, and I look forward to more chances to film with Open Mike Productions in future. Especially if they’re political ones, mocking the real Boris’s platitudes!

I encourage everyone to catch the show on All4, here :-


This Summer, Faux BoJo is joining more events, making another TV appearance on Channel 4, and I should be starting a new project, to release my parody songs through creative project, which you’ll be able to support!

Keep an eye on my Facebook page, for more updates!

Live in Rembrandtplein

Faux BoJo takes his performance to the crowds at Rembrandtplein. Will anyone help him build a “Bridge to Europe”?

Posted by Faux BoJo on Saturday, April 21, 2018