It has been almost a year since Boris Johnson led the Conservatives to an 80-seat majority in the House of Commons - smashing Labour's red wall and looking all but undefeatable.

Their stunning election victory last December was delivered on the basis of one simple message - "Get Brexit Done".

Lasy year on December 12, Boris Johnson won a landslide majority of 80 seats.

The Conservatives made a net gain of 48 seats and won 43.6% of the popular vote – the highest percentage by any party since 1979.

Jeremy Corbyn led the Labour Party to its worst result since 1935 - losing 60 seats.

But the last twelve months have seen unprecedented chaos in British politics with the coronavirus pandemic making the instability of Brexit negotiations seem like small fry.

Who would have thought the Prime Minister would have to wear a mask in public when he won the election last December?

Almost 60,000 Brits have died of the virus - with ministers facing heavy criticism for their handling of the pandemic.

They have been accused of starting the first lockdown in March too late, not adequately protecting care homes and being too slow to acquire PPE for frontline health workers.

Lucrative coronavirus contracts have also found themselves in the hands of friends of Tory chiefs and Britain was plunged into a second heartbreaking lockdown after Mr Johnson failed to follow the scientific advice calling for an earlier "circuit-breaker".

But good news is on the horizon - a vaccine rollout is imminent and special rules mean you'll be able to see loved ones at Christmas.

Brexit, however, remains unresolved with crisis talks on a future trade deal still set to go down to the wire - and businesses warning of chaos at the border.

Mr Johnson's government has even admitted that it is set to break international law to get what it wants.

Our survey asks you what you think of Boris Johnson's performance over the last year?

Regardless of how you voted are you happy with how he has performed - and when it comes to the big issues of the pandemic, Brexit, the economy and schools are you satisfied with what the Tories are doing for you and your family?

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In polls, Keir Starmer appears to be slowly but surely rebuilding Labour's electoral prospects - and in polls on personal leadership qualities, he is often beating Mr Johnson.

Even the PM's own party are having serious doubts about him.

Fifty-five Conservatives rebelled over the vote to reintroduce tiers, with 52 voting against the Government, a further two acting as tellers for the noes and one formally abstaining.

Vaccines are on the way - so next year is potentially looking up

In the last twelve months Mr Johnson has been hospitalised for Covid-19, ending up in an ICU, and become a father again - welcoming his son Wilfred into the world.

But he has also seen the departure of key political allies - like Dominic Cummings - leaving him weakened and demoralised at the heart of Downing Street.

So what have you made of the last 12 months? Time to have your say.