Boris Johnson is set to have his pass as an ex-MP revoked after MPs voted to accept that the disgraced former Prime Minister deliberately misled parliament over parties held at Downing Street during lockdown.

However, it's been reported that Johnson asked his supporters not to vote in the lead-up to the vote that took place in the House of Commons this week.

And no prizes for guessing where Cornwall's MPs stood in this debate...

Once again, our representatives across the Duchy have found themselves on the wrong side of history by failing to condemn a man who deliberately misled parliament, lied about doing so, then attacked the process designed to hold him to account.

Are we to assume that, due to their failure to renounce such a man, they still believe he is fit to serve the country? That he might rise from the ashes of his own self-induced career destruction and help theirs along a bit? Does Sheryll Murray still gaze lovingly at the photo of Boris and herself she once proudly displayed as her Twitter picture?

We'll probably never know the answers to those questions, as these people tend to have a habit of spouting some scripted, Downing Street-appeasing drivel anytime they're questioned on such things. 

In fact, the scripts have become so bad, so obviously lacking in ideas or genuine feeling or emotion, that Cornwall's MPs are starting to resemble cartoonish villains in some forgettable spaghetti western. A Fistful of Nonsense. The Six Sychophants! No, wait, The Good, The Bad, and The Outright Bleddy Deluded. Yeah, that sounds about right...