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It’s Starmer’s job to call for Johnson to resign, but….

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    BigG
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    I didn’t say a word Ginge :unsure:

    #1579633
    TROY111
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    As the Labour party infiltrated the tory party without firing a bullet, similar to democrats infiltration into the Republican party in America. And not forgetting the help from the mainstream media.
    The media helping NATO push tension in Ukraine.
    :unsure:

    #1579665
    clivexx
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    Nothing to do with amassing 170000 troops on the border.thats NATO’s fault of course

    One thing we all know is the appeal.of little man Putin to weirdos on the far left and their soulmates on the extreme bigoted right.le pen Farage trump.etc

    Inadequates attracted to mentally insecure bullies

    #1579672
    Gingertipster
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    Very strange story by TolsTroy. :wacko:

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    TROY111
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    Clive and Ginger, extreme bigoted right, so speaking up for your country is racist.
    Hey, Clive give me your address and I’ll pitch my NATO tent, will that suit you.
    :yahoo: :yahoo:

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    He Didnt Like Ground
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    ITV reporting Boris had a birthday party with 30 people in 2020 ….I’m waiting with baited breath for his excuse this time , I’m going with a Dallas dream alla Bobby Ewing …it was a just a dream Recce Mogg had , Boris was mearly in the shower

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    Two things are certain for me –

    Johnson will fight all the way to the bitter end. He won’t go unless it’s out of his hands and he’s beaten in a Leadership Election.

    The 1.36 at Betfair Exchange about him not being PM by the next Party Conference looks about right for he’s in deep trouble now.

    Sir Cherryade of Hampshire
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    He Didnt Like Ground
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    I disagree Ian , this report is going to bury him , Richie is already plotting , ask yourself why these leaks keep coming at the most opportune of times

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    Gingertipster
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    It is happening with increasing regularity.
    Conservative MP’s must think of what happens if they keep Johnson. Even if saving him this time, how many is too many? Save Boris now and they’ll need to save him again next week and again the next. Only going to bring the government down… Although the next PM had better not have been at a party, otherwise what happens?

    That said…
    Just wait until the lead up to the next general election. Any pic’ of a Tory MP at a party will to a great extent be factored into the public’s opinion. Someone comes up with a few good pictures of Starmer and / or Labour shadow cabinet at a party. They’ll be seen as hypocrites if not resigning.

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    He Didnt Like Ground
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    Boris life seems to be a never ending party ….

    #1579764
    IanDavies
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    Like me, a self-aware bore, though – always take the positives, GT!

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    gamble
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    I am probably worse – I bore myself.

    #1579796
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    Peter Bone on Sky News just now saying that his constituents aren’t in the slightest bit interested in all these parties. Not sure what planet he’s on. Then again he’s one of the anti mask/anti restrictions back benchers. I don’t think anyones ever wanted to interview him before so he’s lapping up his fifteen minutes of fame oblivious to the fact that they’re only interviewing him because his fellow MP’s aren’t prepared to put themselves forward for interviews.

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    TROY111
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    Peter Bone is right constituents not interested, would rather know why the grooming gang reports not released, no one deported that’s illegally crossed the channel with the help of coast guard and RNLI.
    But going the full ten yards to deport Julian Assange.
    Moehat, he’s a well known tory MP, moehat another lefty god this forum is full of them. 😥 😥

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    Purwell
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    Peter Bone, whoever he is, probably has no idea of what interests his constituents.
    Would you please point me to the proof of him being well known?

    You're old enough to kill but not for votin'
    You don't believe in war, but what's that gun you're totin'?
    #1579822
    IanDavies
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    1.4 to be gone by autumn conference.

    Sir Cherryade of Hampshire
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    #1579858
    TROY111
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    The main aim for the Media, Labour etc is to overturn Brexit, and by getting Boris out they see an open door. And maybe the parties in downing street were held because the plandemic was not as bad as they made out and if anyone knew it would be downing street. 😉 😉

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