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An explanation - Boriswatch
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An explanation

Dear Boriswatch,

What’s Up with Boriswatch? Has it ceased to be?
I note it is not being kept up to date. (sobs)

Diana

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Hi Diana,

Firstly, apologies for not replying to this contact for around 8 months. As you can see, I kept it – I planned to reply for all of this time!
That gives you an indication of how full my life has become. When I started Boriswatch, I had a simple job, no relationship and all the time in the world to explore the phenomenon of Boris.
Now, I have a full-time occupation, a fiancee, 2 cats, 1 dog, 3 children and a house that needs a lot of renovation. There’s barely enough time to meet with friends, let alone maintain the sites I was maintaining in their heyday.
Combine that with Boris being “managed” more than before – less (if any) gaffes, a serious job, and news stories that can rarely be made light of – and Boriswatch does not have the fodder it once had.
So, in essence – it’s dormant. When Boris is less important, I imagine that there’s be more to talk about. Hopefully, I will have made millions and retired by then.
But I thank you for asking, and for checking. Keep checking. You never know…
Simon @ Boriswatch

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