Boris Johnson seems to take pride in surrounding himself with incompetents, losers and no hopers.
No matter how bad you are it is almost impossible to get sacked from his Cabinet.
Home Secretary Priti Patel broke the minister code but remains in a job.
Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick signed off a building development shortly after accepting a donation and is still in place.
Gavin Williamson lurches from one disaster to another yet inexplicably remains as Education Secretary.
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Even when the Prime Minister privately admits you are completely hopeless, as in the case of Matt Hancock, he keeps you in place.
The bar for this Cabinet is so low that even Chris Grayling would be regarded as an impressive inclusion.
Johnson has such a cynical disregard for the voters he doesn’t seem to care that he is allowing the country to be run by people who are not up to the task.
This is partly because chaos suits him.
In a Cabinet of blunderers and B-listers he not only looks good by comparison but people turn to him to see who is in charge.
Voters have yet to abandon this jury-rigged ship of state crewed by lackeys and conscripts.
They remain thankful for the furlough scheme and the vaccine roll out.
Yet that may change as more items are added to the charge sheet and the gratitude for the jabs starts to fade.