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  • View Poll Results: Following Cameron's resignation, who will be the next prime minister?
    Theresa May
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    George Osborne
    18
    6.57%
    Boris Johnson
    134
    48.91%
    Michael Gove
    18
    6.57%
    Someone else
    63
    22.99%

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    (Original post by saraxh)
    Boris Johnson is likely to become prime minister
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    I want Jeremy Corbyn to become prime minister.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    Boris Johnson is likely to become prime minister
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    I want Jeremy Corbyn to become prime minister.
    (Original post by linaxq)
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    It's funny you were against Britain leaving the EU because of the "disastrous economic consequences", yet you support a socialist who's never had a proper job for living and who supports imposing high taxes on the rich, big-businesses and wealth. Socialism in France has led to almost a decade of economic stagnation, similarly in the rest of Europe, yet you want to defy the free market because Corbyn satisfies your social agenda? Pathetic. Modern-day progressivism has never been less popular but you'll always have the misinformed idealists telling us otherwise.
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    Pretty poor list of choices..
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    (Original post by Josb)
    Trump is in Scotland now. Has he spoken yet?
    He tweeted.
    It's hilarious.

    http://mashable.com/2016/06/24/trump...k#Ty0Lb9sHxsqh
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    (Original post by jake4198)
    It's funny you were against Britain leaving the EU because of the "disastrous economic consequences", yet you support a socialist who's never had a proper job for living who supports imposing high taxes on the rich, big-businesses and wealth.
    I wasn't against Britain leaving the EU.
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    I can't even legally vote because i'm underage.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    I wasn't against Britain leaving the EU.
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    I can't even legally vote because i'm underage.
    If you weren't against Britain leaving the EU how can you support someone like Jeremy Corbyn? It's as though you've been trapped in a social environment wherein you can't nerve forming an opinion outside the radical left because it will make you look either un-trendy or atypical.
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    BoJo the Clown.
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    (Original post by jake4198)
    If you weren't against Britain leaving the EU how can you support someone like Jeremy Corbyn? It's as though you've been trapped in a social environment wherein you can't nerve forming an opinion outside the radical left because it will make you look either un-trendy or atypical.
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    Just because Jeremy Corbyn voted remain doesn't mean I should dislike him.
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    Can somebody please pinch me? I don't think that this is real...
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    The "B"'s probably the most likely choice - he has a wide appeal across different income groups and regions of the country.
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    You know your country's in a mess when Boris Johnson is the best choice for PM
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    Michael Gove imo.
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    I'd rather have Osborne than Johnson, and that's saying something....
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    (Original post by Wisbey)
    Please don't be Boris...
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    Chuka Umunna.
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    (Original post by shooks)
    So David Cameron has fallen on his sword and will be gone by October.

    Who do you think will take his place? Are we set for prime minister Boris Johnson?
    Boris Johnson most certainly, favourite to win.
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    (Original post by drogon)
    Chuka Umunna.
    Ridiculous!

    Baroness Warsi, a shoe-in.

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    Ruth Davidson or Stephen Crabb, hopefully.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Ridiculous!

    Baroness Warsi, a shoe-in.

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    Lol i doubt either of them will come to power, they need a eurosceptic.

    Umunna could replace Corbyn, hopefully.
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    Loads of upset people here
 
 
 
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