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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolvensam View Post
    Surely no deal won't happen anyway due to the DUP? Can you withdraw from a coalition agreement?
    They're not coalition partners, it's a confidence and supply arrangement (which has now technically expired, because we haven't had a Queen's Speech in years).

    I wouldn't ascribe any logic to anything the DUP do
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    He will try and prorogue parliament. Almost a certainty
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolvensam View Post
    Surely no deal won't happen anyway due to the DUP? Can you withdraw from a coalition agreement?
    The DUP would go for No-deal. Border with the Irish republic rather than a Trading Border with the UK every time.

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    Trump has endorsed him.


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    Congratulations to Boris Johnson on becoming the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He will be great!

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    The Australian PM knows his stuff.

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    He has a reputation for getting things done and making things happen. I wish him all the best as he charts the way forward for the UK. We have a great relationship with the UK and it will remain so with Boris.

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    Apart from his breeding program I'm struggling to think of many others.

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    I never thought I'd ever see the day when Jeremy Hunt was my preferred candidate for anything. Just bizarre. We're in the upside down.

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    Jamaica must be fucking delighted
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    Surbiton are agitating for an independence referendum. Tom and Barbara Goode are not happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    We didn't fucking vote for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    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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    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.
    i hate to say i told you so but I did call for the return of the SDP or similar 2 years or more ago.
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    You don't get to say "I told you so" when you voted for Brexit...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    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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    You don't get to say "I told you so" when you voted for Brexit...
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    I will take that.
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    Are you doing a sponsored "Quote a Kenny Post" at a £1 a time or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    Are you doing a sponsored "Quote a Kenny Post" at a £1 a time or something?
    sorry, i had left the post ticked. Like this
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    So which fuckknuckles are we going to see get Cabinet jobs?

    Rees-Mogg, Raab & Send in the Army Williamson are surely all set for key jobs under Boris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    So which fuckknuckles are we going to see get Cabinet jobs?

    Rees-Mogg, Raab & Send in the Army Williamson are surely all set for key jobs under Boris
    Do you like Boris/ Support Brexit?

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    Youre in!

    Rees Mogg for Chancellor!
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    Rees-Mogg couldn’t run a household budget without his servants to hold his hand
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    I don't think Rees-Mogg is ever considered as a serious candidate for a ministerial post.
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    And with good reason.
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    I expect a good amount of Tory MPs who have professed to have a problem with Johnson previously will fall in behind him. Party before country at all times with this lot. Much like the Republicans have largely been happy to let Trump do his thing.
    I think he'll share out ministerial posts across the spectrum of views to keep people on side for as long as possible. If someone as blatantly intransigent and incompetent as T-bag can hang on for as long as she wanted, I'm sure a chancer like Johnson can do likewise.

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    JRM won't take a cabinet position even if offered one. Easy to cat call from the back benches, can't do so with responsibility

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Towner View Post
    JRM won't take a cabinet position even if offered one. Easy to cat call from the back benches, can't do so with responsibility
    He'd have to give up loads of his outside financial interests too.
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    Priti Patel will surely be back somewhere.
    Where was the kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth shattering kaboom!

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    This is absolute madness. Pure insanity. This idiot should be in prison not ib politics, holy shit

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    Donald

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    If we are calling him "Britain's Trump" it isn't because we like you. It's because we think he is just as much of a fucking cunt as you are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Jamaica must be fucking delighted
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    I honestly didn't think people were that stupid...

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