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    Boris at it again

    Lying? Sacked from the Shadow Cabinet for this, sacked from The Times for this.

    Cheating on wives/girlfriend partners?

    Offering to get journalists beaten up?

    Quite a CV really.

    Now Prime Minister.

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    More piffle from De Pfeffel
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    <140k people have been able to select this wibbling idiot as PM.

    Democracy, eh.
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    He won’t last long surely... Mind you I said that about the last incumbent who was also totally useless
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    Words fail me...

    Actually, not all words...

    fucking cunts

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    This speech is just drivel. Rambling on about nothing.
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    Bloviating? Surely not
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    Fuck knows what is going to happen to the country now. Genuinely disgusted that this oaf is in charge with seemingly nothing positive on the horizon.
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    Well he got what he wanted. Took a bit longer than he thought but the only reason he went pro-leave was he saw the easy route to becoming PM

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    Well, that's 3 parties I won't vote for now.

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    He is going to make Trump look like the brains of the global organisation while buggering the country for as long as he can hold power, while giving the rich more and taking from the needy, while overseeing a massive crash into recession so he is stupid ideal of sticking two fingers up to Europe from the white cliffs of Dover is fulfilled. Apart from that it should be good stuff really
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    Gauke has resigned...

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    Anne Milton had already resigned....

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    Oh bollocks!!! We just got our very own Trump!!!! Disaster for Britain and everyone else breathing currently.
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    Alan Duncan had already resigned...........

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    election sooner rather than later and then lets hope the UK has learnt.
    Remember, remember we are doing OK this November .

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    What I can't understand is that now he has to go Palace to state that he commands a majority in the House of Commons to form a Government.

    Just as T-Bag did in 2017, isn't he telling a huge lie in doing so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyber-_-man View Post
    election sooner rather than later and then lets hope the UK has learnt.
    What will that solve?

    Labour campaigning on a better than the Tories Brexit?
    Conservatives campaigning on a harder than the Brexit Party Brexit?

    I just can't see how a General Election can clear up the current mess.

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    He has a majority of 2, and that’s if he keeps the DUP onside. I fully expect a massive push for a second independence referendum in Scotland now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniffer Grouse View Post

    I just can't see how a General Election can clear up the current mess.
    Boris will get a Majority I reckon and with that he will push on with No Deal as that will be Number 1 in his list of 2 things in his manifesto (other will be give the very rich a bit more ).

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    Shame he can’t change income tax rates in Scotland or (I believe) Wales as the power to do so resides with the devolved governments
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    He has a majority of 2, and that’s if he keeps the DUP onside. I fully expect a massive push for a second independence referendum in Scotland now
    How far south can we push the Scottish border?

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    Can't wait for his brother to turn against him and fight for a second referendum. He's going to stick to his reasons for leaving the Cabinet isn't he.......?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniffer Grouse View Post
    Can't wait for his brother to turn against him and fight for a second referendum. He's going to stick to his reasons for leaving the Cabinet isn't he.......?
    Tories and morals?

    Look at the recent actions of Amber Quisling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    Boris will get a Majority I reckon and with that he will push on with No Deal as that will be Number 1 in his list of 2 things in his manifesto (other will be give the very rich a bit more ).
    I thought that he had to deliver Brexit first in order that the Brexit Party can't take votes from the Conservatives?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniffer Grouse View Post
    I thought that he had to deliver Brexit first in order that the Brexit Party can't take votes from the Conservatives?
    If he goes full in on the No Deal in the manifesto he gets back the Tory voters who flipped to the Brexit Party. All they will be left with is UKIPers and a few annoyed Labour voters. Obviously if he is going to go this way he needs to call a GE sharpish.

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    He won't last long. Can see a lot of Tory Remainers and centrics deflecting to Lib Dems now Jo Swinson is leader.

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    I can’t imagine the likes of Ken Clarke staying in the party. Hopefully it completely splits. Although in an ideal world you’d need the Labour Party to do roughly the same.
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    Surely no deal won't happen anyway due to the DUP? Can you withdraw from a coalition agreement?

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