Michael Gove has promised to be a ‘unifying figure’ should he become PM
“There are deep divisions in this country, but my biggest task is to unify myself”, stated Michael Gove, “For far too long, Michael Gove has been a divisive figure, with the views that I hold dear. Views that are at the heart of pure conservatism. I believe that, I am the only the leadership candidate who can fully unite myself.”
“All the candidates standing are capable of being Prime Minister”, the Environment Secretary stated
“Except for Michael Gove”, stated Michael Gove, “He is the really tricky problem that the other five in this leadership contest are ignoring. A unified Michael Gove, would be good for the Conservative party, good for this country and good for the world, as Michael Gove and myself head for global domination”, stated Michael Gove.
“I am not going to criticise other candidates, because in essence, we are all on the same team”, said everyone’s favourite third placed leadership contender
“Except Michael Gove. He is a real maverick, unpredictable, unreliable, untrustworthy. These are just a few of the adjectives he has used against me.”
“I might play for Manchester City, you might play for Manchester United, we might have friendly rivalry”, said Michael Gove,
Who clearly has no concept of being a football supporter, “but Michael Gove, may as well be playing Rugby league, which I understand from Demonic Raab, is a popular, ruffian, northern game”, said the MP for Surrey Heath.
The next televised debate is on the 18th June
“Should Boris Johnson leave his chair empty again, I feel the only course of action is to invite Michael Gove to the spare chair”, said Michael Gove, “I know I would particularly relish engaging in debate with the Environment Secretary and I think the public will see how incapable my fellow candidates would be at unifying myself”