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    Just caught a few mins of the news. After speaking to the public this is why Johnson will win a GE

    "We needed something different from what we have had. Someone who will stick up for the people"


    How has he managed to make people think he is this man of the people type!

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    DUP want more than £1bn to stay on board.

    I mean this is just blatantly bribing another party to maintain the facade of power. How is it even allowed?
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    Jeremy Corbyn says Labour will table a motion of no confidence designed to force Boris Johnson from office "at a time of (their) choosing", adding "it will be an interesting surprise for all of you"
    ooooh the drama (or oooooh stop pissing around)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    Just caught a few mins of the news. After speaking to the public this is why Johnson will win a GE

    "We needed something different from what we have had. Someone who will stick up for the people"


    How has he managed to make people think he is this man of the people type!
    Well if the people are willing to vote him in, with a majority it shows both how moronic they are and that they get what they deserve. In fact we all do for allowing first past the post to rule in 2019.
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    The only reason he is in is because people voted leave to a binary question. He has no electoral mandate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    The only reason he is in is because people voted leave to a binary question. He has no electoral mandate.
    Yeah, that's what May said, went to the polls and lost her tiny majority causing the DUP cluster**ck. Bojo has to either get a mandate or deliver brexit by October.
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    boris johnson ffs
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    Quote Originally Posted by t3ch View Post
    boris johnson ffs
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    Sigh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    DUP want more than £1bn to stay on board.

    I mean this is just blatantly bribing another party to maintain the facade of power. How is it even allowed?
    It's called a protection racket. Past masters at it in N.I. from both sides of the political divide. Haven't had any devolved government for yonks and they're still getting paid. Why? Because they still pull the strings. Don't pay them and they let the lid off and the foot soldiers come out again.
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    That’s actually a very serious concern for me. And I still don’t see how a hard Brexit, or to be honest any Brexit that is of meaning, doesn’t tread all over the Good Friday Agreement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyber-_-man View Post
    Ranking Boja...'She'll be waiting in Kingston Town'...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    That’s actually a very serious concern for me. And I still don’t see how a hard Brexit, or to be honest any Brexit that is of meaning, doesn’t tread all over the Good Friday Agreement.
    End of the day, if the EU want an unlimited 'backstop' the border will need to be policed by the EU. It wont happen.
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    He wont deliver hard Brexit. He said what he needed to say to get elected and very soon he will throw all of his voters under a bus.
    "When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign, that the dunces are all in confederacy against him." Jonathan Swift

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    Remember, remember we are doing OK this November .

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    YAY Boris has found a load of cash to spend.

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    More fucking drivel. Emigration has never looked so appealing
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    Two things the moron is doubling down on:

    1) This "free ports" idea of his. He has never explained what on earth he means or how this would work.

    2) In the event of No Deal, we'll withhold the £39bn to the EU. This is illegal you prat.
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    As much as I find the whole thing terrifying and hilarious, there is a part of me that wants this to be all sorted and for his policies to work and be a success.

    I’m so fucking bored of the last 3 years something just needs to stick.

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    I’ll settle for him being ousted as quickly as politically possible
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    At the in-laws so no choice about what on the TV....they have ITV who covering this. They don't half chat some bubbles to fill stuff in. Tried to have an indepth discussion about what they can take from the first photo of Boris meeting the Queen and what it tells us about their relationship going forward...its a friggin photo you goons!!

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    ITV now showing of a Best Of show for Tipping Point!!!!

    BRING BACK BORIS

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    I'm of the view now that Johnson getting the job is a good thing. It brings things to a head there are 4 options as I see it:
    a) leave with a repackaged May deal with the border moved into the second part of the negotiation. He can't renegotiate and gets booted out
    b) Calls GE and gets a No Deal mandate - I think he beats Corbyn. We No Deal, the economy collapses he gets booted out
    c) He can't get a deal and bottles leaving, he gets booted out and we go to a 2nd ref.
    d) We leave with or without a deal. Unicorns do exist, bluebirds fly over the white cliffs of Dover and he's PM for the next decade or so.

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    Fox sacked.

    I know he's a dodgy twat, but on a personal point I've spent quite a bit of time helping his new water trade specialists build their new export policy. It'll be a fucking pisser if that's all wasted.
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    They'll be replaced by some absolute knobber (I shudder to think of IDS, Leadsom or Patel being back in the Cabinet, and Psycho Raab will obviously be in) but it does gladden the heart to see Mordaunt and Grayling go.
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    I'm interested to see what the prize is for Hancock's personal humiliation

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    I know that he appears to be an arse licker of epic proportions and has had an extraordinary change in ideals to join the clown camp but are there any other humiliations I’m missing?

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    Karen Bradley gone. However will Northern Ireland deal without her in depth expertise on the country?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniffer Grouse View Post
    I know that he appears to be an arse licker of epic proportions and has had an extraordinary change in ideals to join the clown camp but are there any other humiliations Iím missing?
    No, you've summed it up. Went from calling him dangerous to backing him in about a fortnight

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    not sure which thread to post this in.

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