Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be hauled before the House of Commons privileges committee today to account for his actions over the so-called Partygate scandal.
Ahead of a marathon evidence session with the privileges committee, the former prime minister claimed that his assurances to MPs that Covid rules had been followed had been made in “good faith”.
He is expected to argue that evidence gathered from No 10 officials, more of which is due to be published by the committee today, “conclusively” shows that he did not deliberately mislead parliament.
So in the spirit of new tech which will eventually make journalists pointless, we thought we would add to out own downfall and used ChatGPT for some answers.
We asked: What is Boris Johnson’s likelihood of people believing his partygate defence?
Here is what we were told…
As an AI language model, I cannot predict the future or the beliefs of individuals. However, I can provide some information about the current situation.
Boris Johnson, the current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, has faced criticism over allegations of parties held at Downing Street during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020. Johnson has denied any wrongdoing and has stated that he did not know about any parties that took place. However, recent evidence suggests that he may have been aware of the events.
The public’s perception of Johnson’s defence will depend on various factors, such as the evidence presented, the credibility of the sources, and the public’s opinion of Johnson and his party. As with any political scandal, there will likely be people who believe Johnson’s defence and those who do not.
Ultimately, it will be up to the relevant authorities to investigate the allegations and determine whether any laws were broken. The outcome of such investigations could also affect public perception of Johnson’s defence.
So a fence sitting piece of tech, guess some things never change in the human or AI world…