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Re: the "return" of Tory sleaze Thu Jun 23, 2022 11:42 am  
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I see Boris is in Rwanda for a week - hopefully letting the noise around these two bi-elections dies down.

Man is a disgrace - the Tories will get a hammering if he is still in charge come the general election.
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Re: the "return" of Tory sleaze Fri Jun 24, 2022 7:42 am  
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Sal Paradise wrote:
I see Boris is in Rwanda for a week - hopefully letting the noise around these two bi-elections dies down.

Man is a disgrace - the Tories will get a hammering if he is still in charge come the general election.


In the words of the McDonald's adverts, I'm loving it.!
Also, rags like the Torygraph suggesting that "there is no one else" (that could be PM from the Tory Party), really isnt going to help.
At least some of us could see what he was like from the get-go, it's a pity that the rest of you took so long.
Re: the "return" of Tory sleaze Fri Jun 24, 2022 8:53 am  
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It is quite striking that in the de Pfeffel’s cabinet they cannot find anyone better than him. This says a lot about the bunch of wasters they have.
With the two results who or what does de Pfeffel blame the cost of living crisis, it is nothing to do with him.
I suppose he is hoping that with the boundary changes coming along which will increase the Conservative seats by 20.
Re: the "return" of Tory sleaze Fri Jun 24, 2022 11:29 am  
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wrencat1873 wrote:
In the words of the McDonald's adverts, I'm loving it.!
Also, rags like the Torygraph suggesting that "there is no one else" (that could be PM from the Tory Party), really isnt going to help.
At least some of us could see what he was like from the get-go, it's a pity that the rest of you took so long.


No one else that he hasnt leaked some sleaze on to discredit, on second thoughts I hope he clings on as long as possible, that way the s**tshow continues and the tories have no chance next time around. The only problem is starmer is just as less likely to get my vote.
Can we get a campaign going. Lynch for prime minister, or even better Joe lycett. It worked for Ukraine.
Johnson is tone deaf to public opinion, and the rest of the party just seem to be past caring.
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Re: the "return" of Tory sleaze Fri Jun 24, 2022 12:33 pm  
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No one else that he hasnt leaked some sleaze on to discredit, on second thoughts I hope he clings on as long as possible, that way the s**tshow continues and the tories have no chance next time around. The only problem is starmer is just as less likely to get my vote.
Can we get a campaign going. Lynch for prime minister, or even better Joe lycett. It worked for Ukraine.
Johnson is tone deaf to public opinion, and the rest of the party just seem to be past caring.


It's staggering that the rest of the Tory party cant find some backbone and lance the boil that is Johnson.
Only a fool can believe that he is the man to take them into the next election.

As for Starmer, I kind of agree with your sentiment. However, the last thing Labour need is to change leader and bring in someone who would be an easy target for the press and therefore take some pressure of Johnson.
Leave Starmer to finish the job he started and lets see the end of Lyin' Boris.
Re: the "return" of Tory sleaze Fri Jun 24, 2022 3:05 pm  
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We have tried a person like de Pfeffel who has lied on various subjects, apologised but not for his actions, spend tax payers money on his friends and lifestyle. I could go on but we all know the person he is and does his so called personality allows people to forget we are heading for the highest inflation and lowest growth, except Russia.
I actually believe that many of the public have now realised what he is.
Re: the "return" of Tory sleaze Fri Jun 24, 2022 4:52 pm  
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jools wrote:
No one else that he hasnt leaked some sleaze on to discredit, on second thoughts I hope he clings on as long as possible, that way the s**tshow continues and the tories have no chance next time around. The only problem is starmer is just as less likely to get my vote.
Can we get a campaign going. Lynch for prime minister, or even better Joe lycett. It worked for Ukraine.
Johnson is tone deaf to public opinion, and the rest of the party just seem to be past caring.


In other words , for all your moaning, you’d still take Johnson as next PM over Starmer, :lol:
Re: the "return" of Tory sleaze Fri Jun 24, 2022 5:48 pm  
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In other words , for all your moaning, you’d still take Johnson as next PM over Starmer, :lol:


Given a choice I’d have neither. But if it’s Hobsons choice it would have to be Starmer. If I got to choose the leader of the Labour Party he would be very far down the line.
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Re: the "return" of Tory sleaze Fri Jun 24, 2022 6:18 pm  
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I see good old Nadine strikes again this time in the defence of de Pfeffel “no previous leader had to put up with what he has since WW11.
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wrencat1873 wrote:
Also, rags like the Torygraph suggesting that "there is no one else" (that could be PM from the Tory Party), really isnt going to help.


It's brilliant, isn't it?! It's like saying that the top man, who is a total clown, is the best they've got. Crikey, the rest of them must be absolute morons.
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