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Parliament prorogued

Discussion in 'Personal' started by BelleDuJour, Aug 28, 2019.

  1. BelleDuJour

    BelleDuJour Star commenter

    Well, you've got to hand it to him. Boris has (very) big balls!
    We live in interesting times.
    I've been invited to be part of a panel debating current politicial events on BBC Radio Berks tomorrow at 8.45am ish. Tune in and hear what I have to say on the matter!
  2. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    They'll be sore after parliamentarians have given them a good kicking.
  3. meggyd

    meggyd Lead commenter

    To the barricades!
  4. Burndenpark

    Burndenpark Star commenter

    The BBC have a whole radio station aimed at Berks?

    That really is niche!
  5. Oscillatingass

    Oscillatingass Star commenter

    I expect the Hunt will be chortling
    Last edited: Aug 28, 2019
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  6. TCSC47

    TCSC47 Star commenter

    No, he is honestly just thick with an overwhelming dose of narcissism.
  7. TCSC47

    TCSC47 Star commenter

  8. ajrowing

    ajrowing Lead commenter

    Surely if that were true, he wouldn't be avoiding the chance to convince his critics in parliament of the merits of his plan, rather than running away and hiding?
  9. Mangleworzle

    Mangleworzle Star commenter

    Becoming a bit of a defining trait amongst Conservative PM's in recent years.
  10. Oscillatingass

    Oscillatingass Star commenter

    Certainly very true though on balance Corbyn is often nowhere to be seen.
  11. primarycat

    primarycat Star commenter

    Maybe they are all playing sardines.
  12. Oscillatingass

    Oscillatingass Star commenter

    Not a Boris fan but do you seriously think Parliament is packed with open minded people who are prepared to change their views if Boris talks to them? Parliament is split into Leave and Remain and there is nowt anyone can say that will change this.
  13. sodalime

    sodalime Lead commenter

    That balance is unbalanced. He's not PM, unlike TM, BJ, and DC are and were, and he is always out and about and being seen.
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  14. sodalime

    sodalime Lead commenter

    I think you may have missed ajrowing's point: BoJo is running scared and MPs are calling him out on it.
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  15. sodalime

    sodalime Lead commenter

    We can only hope . . .
  16. ajrowing

    ajrowing Lead commenter

    Then surely if he doesn't like the make up of parliament he calls a general election? After all it is reported that when Gordon Brown became Prime Minister a certain Boris Johnson was exceedingly rude about how he lacked a mandate.
  17. Oscillatingass

    Oscillatingass Star commenter

    I have no intention of getting involved in a dispute defending the actions of BJ, I am interested in balanced discussion rather than hysteria. Corbyn has frequently been criticized for lack of action/appearances in the media over the last few months.
  18. moscowbore

    moscowbore Star commenter

    There will still be time for a no confidence vote. That really will be make your mind up time.
    General election inevitable now.
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  19. Oscillatingass

    Oscillatingass Star commenter

    I don't think I have missed the point. Why would Johnson or indeed any other PM (of any political party) in his position try to "persuade" Parliament when everyone knows the situation is beyond that point. The trenches are deep and the barricades high.
  20. Oscillatingass

    Oscillatingass Star commenter

    Certainly a GE is strong option. Can I be clear, I am not A Boris fan.

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