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'Upper class twit' John Cleese furiously slams Jacob Rees-Mogg over taxpayer's money

This is not the first time that the Fawlty Towers actor has expressed his anti-conservative party views. In April, John expressed his anger after the Tory government were reportedly told to avoid pursuing an inquiry into Boris Johnson breaking Covid rules. He typed: “An utterly cynical manoeuvre to undermine the Rule of Law.”In response, his fans shared their thoughts on the divisive matter.@ReekOShame replied: “Not cynical.

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'Disgraceful and disrespectful' Rachel Riley hits out at government in wake of #partygate
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