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Discussion in 'Personal' started by MAGAorMIGA, Jun 19, 2019.
Yup. I think I said something similar here.
Stewart will still probably get a "reward" ministerial or cabinet post from the deranged leader. But if it is the Johnson, Gove may not.
Fair point. Still leaves the question, of why the hopeful trio have not yet dropped out, unanswered.
Like a pity- ****?
Boris Johnson and a hard Brexit will be awesome.
The sight of the Nation getting the "will of the people" should see me entertained for a very long time.
He has already said he won't join a cabinet with Boris as PM.
Yeah, a real laugh innit? Everything going up in price or not available, riots in the streets, interest rates spiralling, councils going bust, NHS waiting times lengthening, police forces with no resources. It will be a laugh a minute! And just what the ERG and that rat Farage wanted all along. They'll still be rich.
You got me at riots in the streets.
They can always retreat to one of their country estates. All the unrest will be in urban areas.
Two "spoilt" ballots? ***????
Sajid Javid is jettisoned. Gove 61, Hunt 59, Johnson 157. It's going to be interesting this afternoon.
Well Boris did that when Brown took over from Blair.
Depends who he now supports!
Doesn't that depend on how long his tongue is?
That was my thought. I wonder if he'll be true to his word?
What was Peston saying?
I'm not so sure. Boris is a bulwark against both BP and JC, I think. A good Brexit in October and he may go for it. I don't think he could get one before the summer recess and there are the party jollies for September.
I think they see Boris as a GE winner, dear sodylime.
Ken Clarke and Dominic Grieve? The wonder is that none of the other 311 MPs found their pencils rotating wildly or flying involuntarily out of their hand as they cast their vote.
I have a hideous feeling the final two will be Boris and Gove.
We must have done something REALLY bad to end up impaled on the horns of that dilemma.
And, of course, it's all Cameron's fault! If he hadn't called a referendum we would not be in this dreadful situation. And he'd probably still be PM.
Still hoping the last 3 years have all been a Dallas dream .....