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    I have a question Will the PM be resigning as leader of the labour party due to his new position in the MUN, and if not, how will he make sure that he devotes enough time to his MHoC role?
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    (Original post by Moleman1996)
    I have a question Will the PM be resigning as leader of the labour party due to his new position in the MUN, and if not, how will he make sure that he devotes enough time to his MHoC role?
    That's ridiculous. I managed to be both speaker and SG for a while. Being a party leader and DSG isn't too much for an active person to do and shouldn't require someone to leave either post.
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    (Original post by Moleman1996)
    I have a question Will the PM be resigning as leader of the labour party due to his new position in the MUN, and if not, how will he make sure that he devotes enough time to his MHoC role?
    No, and easily. I can post many times as much as most other people with ease
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    I have a question Will the PM be resigning as leader of the labour party due to his new position in the MUN, and if not, how will he make sure that he devotes enough time to his MHoC role?
    :rofl: why should he step down? you are in the MUN so surely you should know that it isn't active enough to force someone to send 24/7 on it doing posts other than a debate you could be in and out in 15-20 minutes.
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    :rofl: why should he step down? you are in the MUN so surely you should know that it isn't active enough to force someone to send 24/7 on it doing posts other than a debate you could be in and out in 15-20 minutes.
    Like anything it depends how dedicated you are. I probably average a couple of hours a day on MUN stuff. A lot of times I have to do a lot of reasearch for the MUN.
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    :rofl: why should he step down? you are in the MUN so surely you should know that it isn't active enough to force someone to send 24/7 on it doing posts other than a debate you could be in and out in 15-20 minutes.
    but to be fair to him, he gets involved in everything and deputy sec general is a big position.
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    (Original post by Moleman1996)
    but to be fair to him, he gets involved in everything and deputy sec general is a big position.
    I think he'll cope just fine
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    I think he'll cope just fine
    Ta for the confidence vote
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Ta for the confidence vote
    No worries.

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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    :rofl: why should he step down? you are in the MUN so surely you should know that it isn't active enough to force someone to send 24/7 on it doing posts other than a debate you could be in and out in 15-20 minutes.
    This is creeping me out, but it's the second time I've found your point of view in here generally agreeable
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    Does Ed milliband really have what it takes to be prime minister?
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    Does Ed milliband really have what it takes to be prime minister?
    Yes.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Yes.
    I don't think he does, i feel like he's a bit too young and very soft on opinion to be able to become prime minister.
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    I don't think he does, i feel like he's a bit too young and very soft on opinion to be able to become prime minister.
    Fair enough
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    Whys that.
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    Yes.
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