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GravitySucks - on 16 May 2019

Apparently bears do poo in the woods oh and ....

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-48299424

Whitters - on 16 May 2019
In reply to GravitySucks:

I , for one, am shocked.

rj_townsend on 16 May 2019
In reply to GravitySucks:

What a surprise from that self-serving, scum-sucking piece of shite. 

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pasbury on 16 May 2019
In reply to GravitySucks:

He's just the kind of leader they deserve.

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Tyler - on 16 May 2019
In reply to GravitySucks:

It's so depressing that we have the worst PM in living memory but that her replacement is guaranteed to be worse!

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DaveHK - on 16 May 2019
In reply to pasbury:

> He's just the kind of leader they deserve.

But not the kind the rest of us deserve.

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pasbury on 16 May 2019
In reply to DaveHK:

I don't believe he could form a government, several MPs have already said they'd resign the whip if he were leader, it doesn't take many for their majority to evaporate.

The knives will be out!

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balmybaldwin - on 16 May 2019
In reply to pasbury:

> I don't believe he could form a government, several MPs have already said they'd resign the whip if he were leader, it doesn't take many for their majority to evaporate.

> The knives will be out!

That would be funny tho

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pasbury on 16 May 2019
In reply to balmybaldwin:

Well yes. Watching the Tories eviscerate themselves is good sport.

balmybaldwin - on 16 May 2019
In reply to pasbury:

I was listening to 5 live on the way home, and someone mentioned what happened to the Canadian Conservative party in 1993... I live in hope of a repeat here!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservative_Party_of_Canada

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aln - on 16 May 2019
In reply to GravitySucks:

Who knew gravity sucks

Profanitynotsanity - on 17 May 2019
In reply to pasbury:

"Well yes. Watching the Tories eviscerate themselves is good sport."

To be honest I am getting a bit bored of it. It's been going on for over 30 years know and look where it has got us? I have previously posted that I worked with nice Conservatives on the Referendum campaign (and at other times) so I know they exist but beneath it all there is a putrid mass of nastiness, that brought us austerity and Brexit, epitomised by BJ.

I could go on but words fail me.....if only there was some peaceful way removing their existance? We have tried democratically (1997) but sooner or later the scum re-emerges in an even more "purified" form.

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Pete Pozman - on 17 May 2019
In reply to DaveHK:

> But not the kind the rest of us deserve

I'm not so sure. With the Brexit vote and the centre unable to organise itself. He's exactly what we deserve 

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Hat Dude on 17 May 2019
In reply to Profanitynotsanity:

> "Well yes. Watching the Tories eviscerate themselves is good sport."

It would be if they weren't letting the country go to hell in a handcart while obsessing over their internal struggles when nominally in government!

Oceanrower - on 17 May 2019
In reply to Hat Dude:

Which does make you wonder why Labour aren't massively (or even a little bit!) ahead in the polls.


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