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    (Original post by meenu89)
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    Just think, you could lead the Conservatives on here in the future and become TSR's Margaret Thatcher.
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    (Original post by toronto353)
    Just think, you could lead the Conservatives on here in the future and become TSR's Margaret Thatcher.
    Never thought of it like that before but it would be an honour....
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    (Original post by meenu89)
    Never thought of it like that before but it would be an honour....
    less of an honour when your MPs depose you and appoint TSR's answer to John Major as your successor
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    (Original post by meenu89)
    Never thought of it like that before but it would be an honour....
    We'll have to make you SOS for Education.
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    (Original post by Moleman1996)
    less of an honour when your MPs depose you and appoint TSR's answer to John Major as your successor
    Hmm...and who's an admirer of Major in the party?

    *cough cough*Moleman*cough*
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    (Original post by Lipvig)
    Hmm...and who's an admirer of Major in the party?

    *cough cough*Moleman*cough*
    Well we know the next few leaders of the Conservatives then..
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    (Original post by toronto353)
    Well we know the next few leaders of the Conservatives then..
    Yay! No need to hold elections!
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    You know that you guys are inferring that the present PM is either Alec Douglas-Home or Edward Heath - not exactly two Tory idols!
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    (Original post by JPKC)
    You know that you guys are inferring that the present PM is either Alec Douglas-Home or Edward Heath - not exactly two Tory idols!
    Let's just pretend he's everyone's favourite PM, Neville Chamberlain.
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    (Original post by JPKC)
    You know that you guys are inferring that the present PM is either Alec Douglas-Home or Edward Heath - not exactly two Tory idols!
    (Original post by Lipvig)
    Let's just pretend he's everyone's favourite PM, Neville Chamberlain.
    No, he is Anthony Eden
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    (Original post by Lipvig)
    Let's just pretend he's everyone's favourite PM, Neville Chamberlain.
    (Original post by Morgsie)
    No, he is Anthony Eden
    Wow the mid-20th Century is so full of lacklustre Tory PMs! I guess you could say Churchill but meh.
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    (Original post by JPKC)
    Wow the mid-20th Century is so full of lacklustre Tory PMs! I guess you could say Churchill but meh.
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    Why isn't the Secretary of State for Constitutional Reform chairing the Cross-Party Committee on a TSR version of the House of Lords?
    Where will this Committee meet?
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    I actually liked Major, had he not being completely overshadowed by Thatcher before him then i think that history would have looked upon him very nicely.

    Honestly not sure which politician i am like. I'm very far right economically, support foreign intervention and keeping trident but also support electoral reform and the EU and am generally liberal.

    As for the future party leaders, you can all wait at least a year as i intend to remain in charge until June or September 2013 (will either do a sandwich year or start third year).
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    (Original post by Morgsie)
    Why isn't the Secretary of State for Constitutional Reform chairing the Cross-Party Committee on a TSR version of the House of Lords?
    Where will this Committee meet?
    The Government is working with the Speaker with regards to this second question.

    With regards to the first question, since Lipvig raised the issue, it was felt that Lipvig should chair the Committee. The entire Government has complete confidence that Lipvig will be able to fulfill his duties as chairman of this Committee and this Committee will also allow the SOS to focus on his widescale reforms while the Committee examines this one specific reform.
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    (Original post by Morgsie)
    Why isn't the Secretary of State for Constitutional Reform chairing the Cross-Party Committee on a TSR version of the House of Lords?
    Where will this Committee meet?
    Edit: What Toronto said.
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    (Original post by toronto353)
    The Government is working with the Speaker with regards to this second question.

    With regards to the first question, since Lipvig raised the issue, it was felt that Lipvig should chair the Committee. The entire Government has complete confidence that Lipvig will be able to fulfill his duties as chairman of this Committee and this Committee will also allow the SOS to focus on his widescale reforms while the Committee examines this one specific reform.
    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Because it was Lipvig who proposed the idea and i want him to chair it.

    Thank you for your responses.
    Will the Secretary of State for Constitutional Reform be kept informed about these meetings?
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    (Original post by Morgsie)
    Thank you for your responses.
    Will the Secretary of State for Constitutional Reform be kept informed about these meetings?
    The SOS will be informed of each and every meeting of the Committee as well as receiving each and every report produced.
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    (Original post by Lipvig)
    Hmm...and who's an admirer of Major in the party?

    *cough cough*Moleman*cough*


    (Original post by Lipvig)
    Let's just pretend he's everyone's favourite PM, Neville Chamberlain.
    He vas very gut vith dealing vith Hitler! :
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    I preseume the coalition as a whole doesn't support this: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-17790831

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