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Thread: Boris for the CHOP..?

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    Cool Boris for the CHOP..?

    Surely, even this greased piglet we call Prime Minister won't survive TWO by-election drubbings

    I can hear the Tory long knives being sharpened as we speak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    Surely, even this greased piglet we call Prime Minister won't survive TWO by-election drubbings

    I can hear the Tory long knives being sharpened as we speak.
    The half-wits can't get their knives back out for another year mon ami, they've just had their vote of no confidence and lost it. Why they didn't wait another few weeks, until after the by-elections god knows. Not exactly the sharpest knives in the box these so called Tories are they ?

    Unless of course it was Boris supporters who sent the last few letters in to trigger the vote, get it out the way before the by-elections. They can be devious b@stards, these so-called Tories.
    Last edited by sinkov; 24-06-2022 at 08:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinkov View Post
    The half-wits can't get their knives back out for another year mon ami, they've just had their vote of no confidence and lost it. Why they didn't wait another few weeks, until after the by-elections god knows. Not exactly the sharpest knives in the box these so called Tories are they ?

    Unless of course it was Boris supporters who sent the last few letters in to trigger the vote, get it out the way before the by-elections. They can be devious b@stards, these so-called Tories.
    If only Starmer wasn't a Tory eh mon ami? We are experiencing a train strike, real austerity and a cost of living crisis unparalleled since the late 40's and Blow Job is in f*cking Rwanda. Next stop the Ukraine. Run rabbit run.

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    What did Boris and his Not the Conservative Party expect ? If the Tories are going to run the country like a Lab/Lib coalition then the electorate are going to think they may as well vote for the real thing, which they have done.

    Their only hope is to get out and re-read St Margaret's playbook, but they don't want to go there, so they're fecked, and serves them right too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    If only Starmer wasn't a Tory eh mon ami? We are experiencing a train strike, real austerity and a cost of living crisis unparalleled since the late 40's and Blow Job is in f*cking Rwanda. Next stop the Ukraine. Run rabbit run.
    Thing is BT Labour havent condemned the Rail strikes have they ? And cost of living yes agreed but I donít see them coming out with any viable alternative to what we have in power now , no ideas , nothing new just a constant slating of Boris which I admit he left his self open to but I think honestly he isnt doing a bad job considering/ circumstances Iíd let him have the next 12 months and see where we are then.

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    Boris is useless. He won a mandate to push through Brexit which was really a mandate to end mass immigration. He will never see either one through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by army88 View Post
    Thing is BT Labour havent condemned the Rail strikes have they ?
    Of course they haven't army, the RMT have donated £250,000 to the Labour party over the last ten years, which is why you have Labour MPs on the picket lines. He who pays the piper calls the tune.

    As always, follow the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinkov View Post
    Of course they haven't army, the RMT have donated £250,000 to the Labour party over the last ten years, which is why you have Labour MPs on the picket lines. He who pays the piper calls the tune.

    As always, follow the money.
    Remind me mon ami of the Russian oligarch's missus who has just shovelled £170.000 into Tory Central so she can attend a dinner with Cameron, Johnson and May.

    As always, follow the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by army88 View Post
    Thing is BT Labour havent condemned the Rail strikes have they ? And cost of living yes agreed but I don’t see them coming out with any viable alternative to what we have in power now , no ideas , nothing new just a constant slating of Boris which I admit he left his self open to but I think honestly he isnt doing a bad job considering/ circumstances I’d let him have the next 12 months and see where we are then.
    How many times do I need to tell you sinkov, the Labour party lost 200,000 fully paid up members because we did not want a Tory running our political party.

    And why on earth should anyone condemn the current rail strike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    Remind me mon ami of the Russian oligarch's missus who has just shovelled £170.000 into Tory Central so she can attend a dinner with Cameron, Johnson and May.

    As always, follow the money.
    You having a giraffe yet again mon ami ? I can understand someone paying to have a bit of scran with Boris, the blond buffoon is good entertainment after all, Cameron at a pinch, especially if the fragrant Samantha is in tow as well, but Theresa May ?? Someone has shelled out £170,000 so she can 'attend a dinner' with Theresa May ? Pull the other one, it's got bells on. FFS mate, be sensible for once in your life will you. Would you ? Would you pay to meet Theresa May, that boring tw@t ?

    Of course you fecking wouldn't, you're like me. you'd pay to avoid her.

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