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Will Tony Blair be Prime Minister again? POLL Watch

  • View Poll Results: Will Tony Blair ever be Prime Minister again?
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    28.13%
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    In a recent interview, Mr Blair indicated his desire to have another term as Prime Minister. Do you think this will ever take place?
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    I take it he'll be running for the Conservatives this time round?
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    (Original post by YMLT)
    I take it he'll be running for the Conservatives this time round?
    I think there's more chance of finding Elvis, Lord Lucan, Shergar and Princess Diana living in a flat above a Poundland in Croydon.
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    (Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
    I think there's more chance of finding Elvis, Lord Lucan, Shergar and Princess Diana living in a flat above a Poundland in Croydon.
    Put it this way, if he does run (which he wont), it certainly wont be for Labour...
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    (Original post by YMLT)
    Put it this way, if he does run (which he wont), it certainly wont be for Labour...
    Who else would have him?
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    (Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
    In a recent interview, Mr Blair indicated his desire to have another term as Prime Minister. Do you think this will ever take place?

    What is the point in this poll?

    Tony Blair will not be Prime Minister again because he said himself that he was retiring from the position at the end of his term in office (when he was in office originally in June 2007).
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    (Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
    Who else would have him?
    Exactly why he wont run...
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    (Original post by Bettypratchit)
    What is the point in this poll?

    Tony Blair will not be Prime Minister again because he said himself that he was retiring from the position at the end of his term in office (when he was in office originally in June 2007).
    A few days ago he said in an interview he'd like to be PM again.

    Surely a clear and spoken desire to re-enter office warrants some discussion as to his likelihood of success?

    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012...n_1630711.html
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    (Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
    A few days ago he said in an interview he'd like to be PM again.

    Surely a clear and spoken desire to re-enter office warrants some discussion as to his likelihood of success?
    Fair enough if he said so in an interview, but still I doubt he would do it again considering the long time in spent in office originally?!

    But it would be an adventure for him I guess if he did do it again!
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    There's more chance of ME becoming Prime Minister.
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    Nope.
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    No.

    And thank god. If that slimy, lying, greedy, hypocritical, greasy little **** ever got back into Number 10, I think it really would be the end of all things.
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    Are you ACTUALLY contemplating the possibility of him returning?!

    I doubt even Cherie Blair would vote for him! She'll be worried that she could be sent off in an unjust war if she steps out of line.
    Not that anything like that has happened under the rule of Blair in the past of course...
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    (Original post by Bettypratchit)
    What is the point in this poll?

    Tony Blair will not be Prime Minister again because he said himself that he was retiring from the position at the end of his term in office (when he was in office originally in June 2007).
    lolwat

    Is someone not allowed to come out of retirement? :lol:
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    No ****ing way.
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    After what he did? Are you serious?
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    Not unless he runs for labour, because the Conservatives or Lib dems probably won't be re-elected for another 1 or 2 terms believe me.
 
 
 
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