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Labour's Hopes Of Winning Next Ge Evaporate......

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ToraToraTora | 09:23 Thu 07th Jul 2022 | News
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Surely they really wanted Boris to stay. Short term bauble for long term suffering. Genius!
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Nope, get short of the green liberal who is damaging our Country economically with high taxes and big Government, to late in action of illegal immigration and a NHS shot to bits.

Time for new blood to get a Tory Party into Government and hammer labour for the next 20 years.

Labour? Hahahahaha them were the days
there is still plenty of room for the tories to choose another disaster.

Liz Truss, Priti Patel, Dominic Raab, Suella Braverman...

Johnson's far from being the only liability for the tories... in fact they'd be very lucky to land on someone with any talent.
Why were you so loyal to Boris Johnson if you thought he was Labour's best hope?
What hopes were they ?
Lol, still deflecting.
Let the 5C lefty poltroons in the party enjoy the glory first……and then the Labour supporters can bask in it too! PMSL
So Boris's biggest, shoutiest fanboy is finally admitting that he's actually a liability.
'Labour's Hopes Of Winning Next Ge Evaporate......'
Far, far too early to tell. Anything can happen in two years.
TTT as Labour party activist and planner
well its been an abnormal week for all of us

Hey TTT - do you think the Great Leader will stay on doing good until autumn - tell us about that !
yeah but no but
so Boris has taken his hands out of his underpants
but what then? - after he washes them, that is!

How does he fill his ministerial posts ? - the old boys: yeah we said you were crap 2 days ago but we will serve under you to day ?
// Far, far too early to tell. Anything can happen in two years.//

yes Boris, did you hear that? two years ago.....
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oh dear, once again the iliteratee fail to comprehend English. What I was alluding to was that IF Labour think Boris is so bad they should want him to stay. Geddit? Of course you don't.
but Johnson is not the root problem with the tories... those concerns about corruption, integrity, incompetence go much further... he is just a particularly egregious example of them.
He's going to try and stay put until October rather than hand over to an interim person.

It's a long time until Oct, during which time alot could happen.

His 'resignation' speech will be interesting.
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it's standard practice for an outgoing PM to care take until a successor is chosen. Why should this be any different?
Because Johnson can’t be trusted.
Watch out for weasely words that don't give a firm commitment, e.g 'it is my intention to stand down'.

He's got no chance though. There are too many of his own party now that want him gone. Even if he won an election before October they'd still kick him out.
"What I was alluding to was that IF Labour think Boris is so bad they should want him to stay."

Too true. Starmer himself said (I think about the time of Partygate) that it wouldn't be good for the Labour Party's chances if Boris went.
IF Labour think Boris is so bad they should want him to stay. Geddit? Of course you don't.
god this is a bit " the only people who know what is going on in Downing St in London, is the KGB in Moscow " - that one liner is from Revd Ian Paisley

snappier is - - Johnson is the Labour party's biggest asset

used in 1979 - every time Scargill opens his mouth it is worth a million votes.

glad to help on pithy one liners, anytime TTT

( it is worth a million votes. difficult to say, it comes out as " it is worse a million volts" for some reason)
I`d say zero or minus %

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