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Started by Fambo Number Mive, April 19, 2022, 01:46:53 PM
Quote from: pancreas on July 07, 2022, 09:19:32 AMAnyone who believes he won't spend the next three months scheming as to how to keep hold of power is a fool. He must be removed now.
QuoteCaitlin Moran@caitlinmoran·16hThe beautiful thing is that you don't JUST loose Johnson - if he goes, Nadine Dorries and Jacob Rees Mogg go too. Total BOGOF.
Quote from: Zero Gravitas on July 07, 2022, 01:03:13 AMI just wanted to post this
Quote@GeorgeFreemanMPBoris Johnson needs to hand in the seals of office, apologise to Her Majesty & advise her to call for a Caretaker Prime Minister. To take over today so that Ministers can get back to work & we can choose a new Conservative Leader to try & repair the damage & rebuild trust.
Quote from: Indomitable Spirit on July 07, 2022, 09:40:57 AMWould love to powerbomb Steve Baker through a pile of burning tables
Quote from: kittens on July 07, 2022, 09:42:13 AMhe will be remembered as a absolute legend., remember boris theyll say what a legend. He's funny A legend
QuoteThe Spectator's James Forsyth says there is growing support in the Conservative party for the proposal that Boris Johnson should be forced to stand aside almost immediately so that Dominic Raab can take over as a caretaker PM.
Quote from: The Giggling Bean on July 07, 2022, 09:43:41 AMAs much as I hate Johnson, he was the best advert for showing how shit the Conservatives are. He's been blatant about the lies and corruption and made a lot of people finally realise how corrupt and self serving they are.Now he's going I'm concerned that the replacement will be a lot slicker and manage to convince the public that they're worth voting for again. The press will give them a honeymoon period then back them to the hilt come the next GE. I've no confidence in Starmer to do anything different but I would prefer to see the Tories get booted out.
Quote from: BlodwynPig on July 07, 2022, 09:45:21 AMThis old chestnut is piped out every time a conservative leader is on the precipice... and it turns out to be true (except for the 'slicker' bit).
Quote from: Urinal Cake on July 07, 2022, 09:25:29 AMThat's too bad. There might've been a good bet on what happens first: Queen dead or Boris out.
Quote from: Fambo Number Mive on July 07, 2022, 10:02:03 AMDisappointed Starmer isn't calling for Johnson to go now. Although if he sticks around as caretake for a few months will he make the Tories look even worse? No doubt he is very angry at the ministers who resigned and most Tory MPs. I wonder if he will spill the beans on anyone.Opposition parties should be saying Johnson should go now and putting pressure on Tory MPs to say the same.
QuoteTwo ex-ministers have told the Guardian they think it not possible for Johnson to stay till the autumn.One said: "He needs to be gone by tonight, Raab should take over." Another said: "He needs to hand in the seals of office today and go. So we can have a caretaker PM."Another highly senior Tory source who has been with Johnson over the past 48 hours said his behaviour meant it was dangerous for the country for him to stay. The source said:His behaviour in the last 48 hrs and been reckless and erratic. He cannot be trusted to lead the country until the autumn. God knows what he will do.One former government adviser said it was "dangerous" for Johnson to stay in post. Another ex-minister called him "a disgrace".
Quote from: oggyraiding on July 07, 2022, 10:02:08 AMhttps://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/jul/05/who-are-the-favourites-to-succeed-boris-johnsonNot sure how accurate this is, but Mordaunt being most likely to replace Johnson? Seems a bit far-fetched. I can see Dishy Rishi doing it though.
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