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The only one that’s relatively unbesmirched and would instill some semblance of confidence, Ben Wallace, doesn’t want it.

If anything, the irony of this is that it enhances his standing even more, because he’s clearly bright enough see what a shit-show he’d have to deal with, and wouldnt simply seek the kudos of being top dog.

it's the football equivalent of "Playing the Youth" we don't know how good he'd be because he's only ever had Defence which is a bit of a free hit. Same with Badenoch. 

I actually wouldn't be surprised if Truss staggered on until the spring, if they got rid of her now  the next leader would inherit a lot of the shit that Truss and her band of swivel eyed Brexiteers have left. 

They have history of doing this with IDS and Theresa May.

A new Broom comes just after the May elections and announces an election in May 2024 hopefully by which time the dial may have shifted somewhat

Although there is no guarantee the party won't elect someone even worse like the truly awful Braverman.
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Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
The only one that’s relatively unbesmirched and would instill some semblance of confidence, Ben Wallace, doesn’t want it.

If anything, the irony of this is that it enhances his standing even more, because he’s clearly bright enough see what a shit-show he’d have to deal with, and wouldnt simply seek the kudos of being top dog.

it's the football equivalent of "Playing the Youth" we don't know how good he'd be because he's only ever had Defence which is a bit of a free hit. Same with Badenoch. 

I actually wouldn't be surprised if Truss staggered on until the spring, if they got rid of her now  the next leader would inherit a lot of the shit that Truss and her band of swivel eyed Brexiteers have left. 

They have history of doing this with IDS and Theresa May.

A new Broom comes just after the May elections and announces an election in May 2024 hopefully by which time the dial may have shifted somewhat

Although there is no guarantee the party won't elect someone even worse like the truly awful Braverman.

Let it go Franny let it go, six years on and you are still more bitter than my mates ex missus. I notice that you ignored my question to you last week although typical behaviour of the serial remoaner.
Maybe a dream team of Boris and Sunak? Boris has a track record of being "populist" as he showed with getting Brexit done despite it infuriating the vocal minorities such as yourself. Also Sunak has a proven track record of giving people their own tax dollars back so maybe the pair of them would sort the cost of living crisis out for us, our kids and grandkids would pay for it all but then where is Hunts black hole filling going to come from?
Really the Tories should unite behind Truss but let her know in no uncertain terms she is running the show by committee, they should immediately announce a raid on the banks and utilities profits and try ever hard not to totally bankrupt the country whilst protecting the British public.

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Surprise, back to the referendum result  Sleep

Accept its over, 6 years culminated in the mini budget fiasco and the removal of the chancellor and Home Sec were the first steps in trying to restore this country to something not resembling a failed state.

"Project Fear was right along"not my words, the words of the assistant Editor of The Daily Telegraph

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Pretty soon it will just be yourself and Sir Bill Cash beating the drum for the glorious sunlit uplands of Britannia unchained
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PM to speak shortly outside number 10.
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Liz Truss has gone, she is no more.

And now on to another leadership election. Very soon a new leader of the Tories and a new Prime Minister.

2022, what a year. Three Prime Ministers in the blink of an eye.


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VillageGreen wrote:
PM to speak shortly outside number 10.

She's gone, bloody hell
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Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
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PM to speak shortly outside number 10.

She's gone, bloody hell


It was on the cards, she dug a big hole for herself from which she could not get out of
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An utter catastrophe. What a mess. My bet is on that snake Sunak, or Hunt the utter c*nt. If anyone, Mordaunt , Wallace or Badenoch should take up the poison chalice of number 10. feck Boris coming back, the feckin plank. At a push, posh boy Moggy!
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Surprise, back to the referendum result  Sleep

Accept its over, 6 years culminated in the mini budget fiasco and the removal of the chancellor and Home Sec were the first steps in trying to restore this country to something not resembling a failed state.

"Project Fear was right along"not my words, the words of the assistant Editor of The Daily Telegraph

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Pretty soon it will just be yourself and Sir Bill Cash beating the drum for the glorious sunlit uplands of Britannia unchained

Feck off you were the one that bought up Truss and her swivel eyed Brexiteer loons. Truss was a remainer go figure.
Anyway maybe now you would like to tell me exactly how your life is worse because of Brexit and no using Covid, War in Ukraine or the world wide supply issues, just your life personally?
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An utter catastrophe. What a mess. My bet is on that snake Sunak, or Hunt the utter c*nt. If anyone, Mordaunt , Wallace or Badenoch should take up the poison chalice of number 10. feck Boris coming back, the feckin plank. At a push, posh boy Moggy!

Yep to all that apart from the posh bloke from the Beano. I wonder how big Hunts smirk will be right now? What a loser Truss is, 2 months in office and all she will get is a pension of £115k p/a and a knighthood.
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Ahead of the statement, one analyst had said said the markets were "watching in a kind of stunned, open-mouthed horror" at political events.

"The problem we've got is that the last couple of weeks has really destroyed the image of political competency and that's one of the key elements to make any economy work," Bill Blain of Shard Capital told the BBC's Today programme.

"There are three things you need: you need a stable currency, you need a sustainable bond market and you need competent politics, and because it looks like competent politics are broken that's creating the volatility that we're seeing in markets."

Who is going to drink from this poisoned chalice then?
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Boris Johnson is going to have crack in the leadership contest by all accounts. Way too much stuff still attached to him to make him a credible candidate though.


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Boris Johnson is going to have crack in the leadership contest. Too much stuff still attached to him to make him a credible candidate though.

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Shocked
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Earwegoagain wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Surprise, back to the referendum result  Sleep

Accept its over, 6 years culminated in the mini budget fiasco and the removal of the chancellor and Home Sec were the first steps in trying to restore this country to something not resembling a failed state.

"Project Fear was right along"not my words, the words of the assistant Editor of The Daily Telegraph

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Pretty soon it will just be yourself and Sir Bill Cash beating the drum for the glorious sunlit uplands of Britannia unchained

Feck off you were the one that bought up Truss and her swivel eyed Brexiteer loons. Truss was a remainer go figure.
Anyway maybe now you would like to tell me exactly how your life is worse because of Brexit and no using Covid, War in Ukraine or the world wide supply issues, just your life personally?

Truss WAS a remainer, WAS. 

She converted very strongly to Brexit.

Do you pay attention to anything?
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Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Surprise, back to the referendum result  Sleep

Accept its over, 6 years culminated in the mini budget fiasco and the removal of the chancellor and Home Sec were the first steps in trying to restore this country to something not resembling a failed state.

"Project Fear was right along"not my words, the words of the assistant Editor of The Daily Telegraph

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Pretty soon it will just be yourself and Sir Bill Cash beating the drum for the glorious sunlit uplands of Britannia unchained

Feck off you were the one that bought up Truss and her swivel eyed Brexiteer loons. Truss was a remainer go figure.
Anyway maybe now you would like to tell me exactly how your life is worse because of Brexit and no using Covid, War in Ukraine or the world wide supply issues, just your life personally?

Truss WAS a remainer, WAS. 

She converted very strongly to Brexit.

Do you pay attention to anything?

Yes I do, I certainly noticed when you mentioned Brexit and blamed it on me. Truss voted remain, that is a fact. Undeniable fact. Voted remain = remainer. Here is the Cambridge dictionary definition,
"a person who voted for the United Kingdom to remain in the European Union in the 2016 referendum."


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VillageGreen wrote:
Boris Johnson is going to have crack in the leadership contest. Too much stuff still attached to him to make him a credible candidate though.

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Shocked

Dont worry its only a temporary appointment nowadays, plenty of time for Boris, Mourdant and maybe Hunt for Christmas?
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Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Surprise, back to the referendum result  Sleep

Accept its over, 6 years culminated in the mini budget fiasco and the removal of the chancellor and Home Sec were the first steps in trying to restore this country to something not resembling a failed state.

"Project Fear was right along"not my words, the words of the assistant Editor of The Daily Telegraph

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Pretty soon it will just be yourself and Sir Bill Cash beating the drum for the glorious sunlit uplands of Britannia unchained

Feck off you were the one that bought up Truss and her swivel eyed Brexiteer loons. Truss was a remainer go figure.
Anyway maybe now you would like to tell me exactly how your life is worse because of Brexit and no using Covid, War in Ukraine or the world wide supply issues, just your life personally?

Truss WAS a remainer, WAS. 

She converted very strongly to Brexit.

Do you pay attention to anything?

She was also staunch anti-monarchy….yet couldn’t curtsy enough when meeting both the Queen and then the King. Hypocrisy personified.

Also, one of the pre-requisites for getting the top job surely should be an ability to publicly speak to a pretty advanced level. Truss was on a similar level to Diane Abbot in that department.

Sunak should be a shoe-in if any meritocracy is shown by the Tories. He basically predicted exactly what would happen if Truss followed through on her economic plans. He was spot on.




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Czarcasm wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Surprise, back to the referendum result  Sleep

Accept its over, 6 years culminated in the mini budget fiasco and the removal of the chancellor and Home Sec were the first steps in trying to restore this country to something not resembling a failed state.

"Project Fear was right along"not my words, the words of the assistant Editor of The Daily Telegraph

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Pretty soon it will just be yourself and Sir Bill Cash beating the drum for the glorious sunlit uplands of Britannia unchained

Feck off you were the one that bought up Truss and her swivel eyed Brexiteer loons. Truss was a remainer go figure.
Anyway maybe now you would like to tell me exactly how your life is worse because of Brexit and no using Covid, War in Ukraine or the world wide supply issues, just your life personally?

Truss WAS a remainer, WAS. 

She converted very strongly to Brexit.

Do you pay attention to anything?

She was also staunch anti-monarchy….yet couldn’t curtsy enough when meeting both the Queen and then the King. Hypocrisy personified.

Also, one of the pre-requisites for getting the top job surely should be an ability to publicly speak to a pretty advanced level. Truss was on a similar level to Diane Abbot in that department.

Sunak should be a shoe-in if any meritocracy is shown by the Tories. He basically predicted exactly what would happen if Truss followed through on her economic plans. He was spot on.





Doesn't matter in Frannies polarized world. Truss was seen as the lesser of two evils and you can see why, Sunak is another out of touch privelaged Tory rich boy and in Trusses defence she did exactly what she said she would in the leadership contest. I blame the blue rinse brigade for not asking her how she would pay for it. I would prefer Mourdant to Sunak purely because his trousers are too short.
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Boris Johnson is going to have crack in the leadership contest by all accounts. Way too much stuff still attached to him to make him a credible candidate though.

they should never have ousted him in the first place without having someone credible to replace him with to which they failed miserably. Sunak seems to be the favourite but he would be another one they ousted in quick succession maybe not after 44 days mind but he isnt the one to unite that party.

still labour cant show they can be a government this country is in a mess.
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Earwegoagain wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Surprise, back to the referendum result  Sleep

Accept its over, 6 years culminated in the mini budget fiasco and the removal of the chancellor and Home Sec were the first steps in trying to restore this country to something not resembling a failed state.

"Project Fear was right along"not my words, the words of the assistant Editor of The Daily Telegraph

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Pretty soon it will just be yourself and Sir Bill Cash beating the drum for the glorious sunlit uplands of Britannia unchained

Feck off you were the one that bought up Truss and her swivel eyed Brexiteer loons. Truss was a remainer go figure.
Anyway maybe now you would like to tell me exactly how your life is worse because of Brexit and no using Covid, War in Ukraine or the world wide supply issues, just your life personally?

Truss WAS a remainer, WAS. 

She converted very strongly to Brexit.

Do you pay attention to anything?

She was also staunch anti-monarchy….yet couldn’t curtsy enough when meeting both the Queen and then the King. Hypocrisy personified.

Also, one of the pre-requisites for getting the top job surely should be an ability to publicly speak to a pretty advanced level. Truss was on a similar level to Diane Abbot in that department.

Sunak should be a shoe-in if any meritocracy is shown by the Tories. He basically predicted exactly what would happen if Truss followed through on her economic plans. He was spot on.





Doesn't matter in Frannies polarized world. Truss was seen as the lesser of two evils and you can see why, Sunak is another out of touch privelaged Tory rich boy and in Trusses defence she did exactly what she said she would in the leadership contest. I blame the blue rinse brigade for not asking her how she would pay for it. I would prefer Mourdant to Sunak purely because his trousers are too short.  

she was anti monarchy and wanted the queen removed when she was a young lib dem she achieved her objective in 24hrs with the queen so she has that on her cv.
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Angry wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Surprise, back to the referendum result  Sleep

Accept its over, 6 years culminated in the mini budget fiasco and the removal of the chancellor and Home Sec were the first steps in trying to restore this country to something not resembling a failed state.

"Project Fear was right along"not my words, the words of the assistant Editor of The Daily Telegraph

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Pretty soon it will just be yourself and Sir Bill Cash beating the drum for the glorious sunlit uplands of Britannia unchained

Feck off you were the one that bought up Truss and her swivel eyed Brexiteer loons. Truss was a remainer go figure.
Anyway maybe now you would like to tell me exactly how your life is worse because of Brexit and no using Covid, War in Ukraine or the world wide supply issues, just your life personally?

Truss WAS a remainer, WAS. 

She converted very strongly to Brexit.

Do you pay attention to anything?

She was also staunch anti-monarchy….yet couldn’t curtsy enough when meeting both the Queen and then the King. Hypocrisy personified.

Also, one of the pre-requisites for getting the top job surely should be an ability to publicly speak to a pretty advanced level. Truss was on a similar level to Diane Abbot in that department.

Sunak should be a shoe-in if any meritocracy is shown by the Tories. He basically predicted exactly what would happen if Truss followed through on her economic plans. He was spot on.





Doesn't matter in Frannies polarized world. Truss was seen as the lesser of two evils and you can see why, Sunak is another out of touch privelaged Tory rich boy and in Trusses defence she did exactly what she said she would in the leadership contest. I blame the blue rinse brigade for not asking her how she would pay for it. I would prefer Mourdant to Sunak purely because his trousers are too short.  

she was anti monarchy and wanted the queen removed when she was a young lib dem she achieved her objective in 24hrs with the queen so she has that on her cv.
lol! Very good Angers. She also campaigned to legalize weed at Uni and we do didn't hear  a lot about that either did we? Anyway Franny still thinks David Cameron is in power he never left 2016.
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