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Does anyone care? Do people think Tony Blair will still be PM by the end of the week?
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Does anyone care? Do people think Tony Blair will still be PM by the end of the week?
Unfortunately i'm fairly sure Tony Blair will still be PM because Hutton would never be allowed to criticise the PM!
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Does anyone care? Do people think Tony Blair will still be PM by the end of the week?
Well poliitians back each other up so I think we will still be PM by this time next week.

I think he will still be PM in 6 years time (or at least labour will still be in charge). Now that Howard is the leader of the tories I think the tories have a better chance than before though.
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Long live Blair.
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Unfortunately i'm fairly sure Tony Blair will still be PM because Hutton would never be allowed to fully inededendently criticise the PM!
oooh nice word - what does it mean? By the way Blair will either go next week or in 10 years time when i will win as the Liberal Democrat leader
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oooh nice word - what does it mean? By the way Blair will either go next week or in 10 years time when i will win as the Liberal Democrat leader
and believe me i will do it
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and believe me i will do it
Liberal democrats. Ha.
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oooh nice word - what does it mean? By the way Blair will either go next week or in 10 years time when i will win as the Liberal Democrat leader
OOPS!
I really must check my spelling!
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Does anyone care? Do people think Tony Blair will still be PM by the end of the week?
Is it really likely for him to resign that quickly?

**reads BBC report**

Well, it would certainly be interesting if he did.
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and believe me i will do it
not when you come against me and Kelvin MAckenzie as the tories
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not when you come against me and Kelvin MAckenzie as the tories
You'll all be running behind the BNP by then! Not that I would vote for them.
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OOPS!
I really must check my spelling!
what word were u trying to use ? Anyway the tories are a dying breed - dinosaurs without teeth - howard is a bumbler and what he says is completely at odds with Ancram - Liberal Democrats won't win till i become leader
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I would love to see either the lib dems or the tories replace this cocky interfering labour government.
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what word were u trying to use ? Anyway the tories are a dying breed - dinosaurs without teeth - howard is a bumbler and what he says is completely at odds with Ancram - Liberal Democrats won't win till i become leader
The word I was using didnt really make sense so i just altered it!
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I doubt if Michael Howard will be able to win over any of Labour's traditional supporters, though he will almost certainly appeal to a great deal of the upple-middle class floating voters. But will that be enough?
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I doubt if Michael Howard will be able to win over any of Labour's traditional supporters, though he will almost certainly appeal to a great deal of the upple-middle class floating voters. But will that be enough?
No! At least i thouroughly hope not! I'd vote for anybody over howard.
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I doubt if Michael Howard will be able to win over any of Labour's traditional supporters, though he will almost certainly appeal to a great deal of the upple-middle class floating voters. But will that be enough?
Perhaps, labour have a humungous majority though. It won't be easy, but Howard is a talented orator, so he might find a soapbox, and the rest will be history.
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No! At least i thouroughly hope not! I'd vote for anybody over howard.
I agree completely. Some of his policies seem to be marking a return to the 19th century! And it seems strange that when the Tories are struggling so much they choose someone so right-wing as their leader, instead of somebody more radical who could steal the Labour vote.
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I agree completely. Some of his policies seem to be marking a return to the 19th century! And it seems strange that when the Tories are struggling so much they choose someone so right-wing as their leader, instead of somebody more radical who could steal the Labour vote.
enter Kenneth Clark stage 'left'
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enter Kenneth Clark stage 'left'
If only Portillo had ambition.
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