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rich47 | 15:20 Thu 13th Jun 2019 | News
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So we are destined to suffer this utter buffoon in Downing Street just to keep the Tory Party together and in power. God help us all .....and they think it is democratic????

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There are two or three rounds of voting to go, so it might not be the foregone conclusion it appears now. And Boris is only ever 5 minutes from an embarrassing gaffe, so it could all go pear shaped very quickly. It is scary that someone so obviously unsuitable is the front runner to lead a scary and unsuitable Government.
18:07 Thu 13th Jun 2019
It's a sad indictment on politics, ain't it. Just like Trump is.
Aren't you getting confused with Michael Gove?

Buffoon is the one thing he is not, if you're not bright enough to see that, then your problem.
Things aren't that bad, danny.
He's not over the line yet...
Buffoon is just part of the act. Love him or loathe him, don't underestimate him.
He has a good young lady behind him!!
god help us all

very few have noticed - there is no other brexit agreement so it is accept or bust
I'm just bored of saying "Told ya so".
// He has a good young lady behind him!!//

two or three innit

doesnt he have two wives, both still living
( you know kinda like Sajid ('The sadge') Javid who is limited to one, but his religion allows more)
Since the most interesting thread of the day has now been closed for some reason, I don't think I will get involved in this one, what's the point?
he's left a string of young ladies behind him, agchristie.
oh come on, aog, surely this thread can be derailed in the usual fashion?
What about Boris's "piccannini" comment, AOG. An open door to shoe-horn in racism to yet another thread and get it closed down!
//and they think it is democratic???? //

the leader of any party is a matter for the party. bear in mind we, the electorate, don't vote for a prime minister at a General Election, rather we vote for an MP to represent our interests. once all the MPs have been elected, under our party political system, the winning party is the one which commands the biggest majority and is more likely to be in a position to govern (ie have enough votes in parliament to schedule taxes, etc). the leader of that party is the one invited by the head of state to form a government, and thus becomes prime minister. if the PM stands down as party leader, it's for the party to elect a replacement. once a replacement has been selected, assuming that party still commands the biggest majority, the new leader is invited to form a government. the new PM may choose to call a G/E (as the last one did) to obtain their own mandate, but there's no requirement to do that - neither James Callaghan or Gordon Brown did so when they became party leader.
Great. Not quite over the finishing line but a better result than he expected and not as good as forecasted for some other 'favourites'.
Interesting to see if he wins the leadership battle if that gobby little chef will emigrate as he promised.
Good. We may now get Brexit at long last !
Retrocop, who's that gobby little chef?
Sorry to say but I'll believe that when I see it hIa.
Ladybirder,, as things stand at the moment we will leave on the 31st October.

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