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    What's happening with Michael Gove?
    Hopefully he gets the same treatment as Osborne. Theresa May isn't keen on him so I can imagine he'll stay in justice.

    Maybe education? God forbid!
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    Hopefully he gets the same treatment as Osborne. Theresa May isn't keen on him so I can imagine he'll stay in justice.

    Maybe education? God forbid!
    If he gets the same treatment he won't be in government at all.

    Hopefully.


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    If he gets the same treatment he won't be in government at all.

    Hopefully.


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    Northern Ireland perhaps? :teehee:
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    (Original post by lewis7)
    I'm happy, got a positive feeling about the future, hopefully we can make a success of it! What's happening with Michael Gove?
    Yes, it's all jolly marvellous. How can anything possibly go wrong?

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    Northern Ireland perhaps? :teehee:
    We already have enough odious politicians in NI.

    I honestly think he'll be passed over. I can't imagine BoJo and him being able to work in the same cabinet, and he's served his useful purpose for May (stopping BoJo from running).



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    Yes, it's all jolly marvellous. How can anything possibly go wrong?

    hey hey, at least he isn't prime minister, then we'd potentially have a big problem!
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    (Original post by lewis7)
    hey hey, at least he isn't prime minister, then we'd potentially have a big problem!
    Yes, because the Forrisec can cause no trouble, he is far too minor.
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    I'm happy, got a positive feeling about the future, hopefully we can make a success of it! What's happening with Michael Gove?
    Gove is gone!!!!!!
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    Gove is gone!!!!!!
    Good news then, he is a huge backstabber, no wonder he's been fired!
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    (Original post by JM999)
    Gove is gone!!!!!!
    Small mercies.

    But YAAAYYYYYAAAAYYYYY.

    :party::party:
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    Yes, because the Forrisec can cause no trouble, he is far too minor.
    Reminds me of Kennedy and Johnson. They hated each other, so Kennedy insisted his VP take a massive role in international affairs. That way he was far, far away at all times. I could see Johnson being on lots of long trade missions, perhaps travelling by ship as a way to save money....

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    Reminds me of Kennedy and Johnson. They hated each other, so Kennedy insisted his VP take a massive role in international affairs. That way he was far, far away at all times. I could see Johnson being on lots of long trade missions, perhaps travelling by ship as a way to save money....

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    Lol, "Boris, I have an important mission for you in Tierra del Fuego. Off you go." :giggle:
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    Whittingdale's out. The BBC will be sighing with relief, but who will replace him?

    Gove is also walking the plank, predictably, along with Mr Jeremy ****, the most disliked man in Britain.

    Who will Theresa appoint to continue the forced privatisation of the NHS by means of annoying the staff so much they all walk out, enabling you to declare it 'broken'?
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    I'm still holding out for Grayling as Deputy PM.
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    Yes, it's all jolly marvellous. How can anything possibly go wrong?

    They will get on perfectly

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    They will get on perfectly

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    Oh god :rofl:
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    Unsure what to expect about Hammond becoming the Chancellor...
    Well ****. Should have seen it coming that a well-known Eurosceptic is going to pull us out of the single market and keep us there.
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    I have to say, I seem to be liking Theresa May so far.
    Her message on Downing Street was on point. She seems to be a politician that will take on those she actually likes rather than ones she has to keep for continuity of back-room deals (e.g sacking Osbourne). Will be interesting though with Amber Rudd and BoJo in the Cabinet seeing as Rudd slammed BoJo in the Brexit debates (basically claiming that she had zero trust in him).


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    Hunt stays as health sec RESULT
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    Hunt stays as health sec RESULT


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