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“Two candidates sought”, say the people explaining their proposed stitch-up.

Looks to me like the men in suits are trying frame it as a battle between old-style Tories versus the nut-job, ERG financed fruitcakes.

About time, too.  The Buffoon and now the “Paisley Lassie” (and a platoon of similar right-wing basturts) have almost caused me to reflect fondly on past Tories.

Not Thatcher, though, never that destructive coo. :angry:
 

 

 

in reality, the best thing for ALL folk in the UK would be another General Election.

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5 hours ago, antrin said:

“Two candidates sought”, say the people explaining their proposed stitch-up.

Looks to me like the men in suits are trying frame it as a battle between old-style Tories versus the nut-job, ERG financed fruitcakes.

About time, too.  The Buffoon and now the “Paisley Lassie” (and a platoon of similar right-wing basturts) have almost caused me to reflect fondly on past Tories.

Not Thatcher, though, never that destructive coo. :angry:
 

 

 

in reality, the best thing for ALL folk in the UK would be another General Election.

I know what you mean, never voted Tory but always thought John major was half decent. 

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17 hours ago, guinness said:

Boris one of the favourites. You could not make it up. Satire is dead as reality is too daft to lampoon.

Indeed, astoundingly 2nd favourite.

Without joining in the, frankly, mince terms that are aimed at Johnson the fact he has some support is absolutely mind blowing.

Do these people, MP's and members of the public, have no fecking memory of the disregard he, and his fellow wallopers, had for the Covid rules?

I said at the time every one of the fellow party goers should have been given the boot with him.

Are these the same spineless MP's that are now giving him support? 

 

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5 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

Indeed, astoundingly 2nd favourite.

Without joining in the, frankly, mince terms that are aimed at Johnson the fact he has some support is absolutely mind blowing.

Do these people, MP's and members of the public, have no fecking memory of the disregard he, and his fellow wallopers, had for the Covid rules?

I said at the time every one of the fellow party goers should have been given the boot with him.

Are these the same spineless MP's that are now giving him support? 

 

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46 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

Indeed, astoundingly 2nd favourite.

Without joining in the, frankly, mince terms that are aimed at Johnson the fact he has some support is absolutely mind blowing.

Do these people, MP's and members of the public, have no fecking memory of the disregard he, and his fellow wallopers, had for the Covid rules?

I said at the time every one of the fellow party goers should have been given the boot with him.

Are these the same spineless MP's that are now giving him support? 

 

Power before integrity every time with any political beasts!

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So. A new, unelected Prime Minister, who, we must remember, was found guilty and fined by the police, is wheeled into the revolving door at No. 10 claiming, "This government will have integrity, professionalism and accountability at every level".And bring unity to his party and the wider country. AYE.... RIGHT! He delays the financial statement for another fortnight, allowing for more turmoil in the market, and brings back a minister to the exact same job who resigned less than a week ago for a "security breach". We need to get rid of this shower of self-serving, lying, cheating, law breaking weasels ASAP!

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Keir Starmer has accepted figures showing 55 billion deficit and will , therefore, tailor all future Labour fisca! Policy on the same basis as the Tories. What is the point of the Labour Party? Why would anyone vote Labour? He is basically saying that , apart from a few minor differences, he would do the same as the Tories. Mother of God what do people need t o vote for their own government?

 

 

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