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    Let's all laugh at Boris

    Poked from behind by a twerp. I wouldn't trust Gove to run my daughter's kindergarten let alone run a campaign to be Prime Minister.

    Finally a safe pair of hands in Theresa.
    Good luck to all leavers. Got screwed.
    Economy in tatters. Scotland breakaway.

    Best of all is Jeremy Corbyn clinging on.

    #GreattobeaToryNow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romanis View Post
    Poked from behind by a twerp. I wouldn't trust Gove to run my daughter's kindergarten let alone run a campaign to be Prime Minister.

    Finally a safe pair of hands in Theresa.
    Good luck to all leavers. Got screwed.
    Economy in tatters. Scotland breakaway.

    Best of all is Jeremy Corbyn clinging on.

    #GreattobeaToryNow
    Even better being a Socialist, we don't have to solve a very big unsolvable problem and if the Right clear all Socialists out of Parliament with the exception of the SNP then we can really make hay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBasie View Post
    Even better being a Socialist, we don't have to solve a very big unsolvable problem and if the Right clear all Socialists out of Parliament with the exception of the SNP then we can really make hay.
    British politics is a mess

    Labour under Corbyn, a complete shambles. They couldn't run a bath, never mind a country

    Tories self centred and don't care as they jostle for the prize

    Lib Dems, obliterated into oblivion by Farage when he devastated NC and they were caught out lying under the coalition.

    SNP- don't even go there. Joke of a party. Determined to lead the kilted blind into the dark.
    5M people trying to hold a country to ransom.

    I won't even mention the fringe parties.

    Time these clubs were broken up.

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    Time these clubs were broken up.[/QUOTE]

    By who ? It won't be by getting Jeremy Corbyn to wear a suit and requiring MPs to dress like those employed in airline cabin crews. It has been said that the best governments are those that govern least so that is the direction we should be heading. With the probability of Ireland becoming reunified, Scotland leaving the UK and the London powerhouse taking a Federal option and disconnecting itself from the Brexit's North of Watford it is hard to see an answer to what Lord Heseltine has said is the biggest constitutional mess this country has had to suffer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBasie View Post
    Time these clubs were broken up.
    By who ? It won't be by getting Jeremy Corbyn to wear a suit and requiring MPs to dress like those employed in airline cabin crews. It has been said that the best governments are those that govern least so that is the direction we should be heading. With the probability of Ireland becoming reunified, Scotland leaving the UK and the London powerhouse taking a Federal option and disconnecting itself from the Brexit's North of Watford it is hard to see an answer to what Lord Heseltine has said is the biggest constitutional mess this country has had to suffer.[/QUOTE]

    Scotland might leave but I can't ever see a united Ireland-imo.

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