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The knifes are out for cameron.... Watch

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    This is the clearest indication yet that Cameron is a man on his way out.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/20...alcohol-health

    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013...?utm_hp_ref=uk

    The most powerful members of his party have forced him to drop this policy so that they can position them selfs away from him and thus as the next prime minister.

    So the real question is. Who will replace Cameron shortly?

    Gove? (He would be an excellent PM)
    May?
    Johnson?
    Lansley?
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    knifes?
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    The Tories are split on minimum pricing.

    Osbourne has been mentioned as a potential successer
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    (Original post by Kibalchich)
    knifes?
    Knifes.
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    (Original post by dj1015)
    Gove? (He would be an excellent PM)
    ...really?
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    Gove as an excellent PM? You've got to be ****ting me. Every major policy of his has failed.
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    Johnson needs a seat first or a peerage.
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    Not sure about the best for the job, but the most interesting by far would be Boris Johnson
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    Highly doubt anyone will be replacing Cameron shortly.... At least not while the Tories are in government
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    (Original post by Just Declan)
    Not sure about the best for the job, but the most interesting by far would be Boris Johnson
    I think Jacob Rees-Mogg would be pretty interesting.

    That voice.

    That hair. :awesome:

    Those glasses. :ahee:

    Those policies.
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    Gove as PM? I nearly choked on my G'n'T.
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    (Original post by dj1015)
    This is the clearest indication yet that Cameron is a man on his way out.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/20...alcohol-health

    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013...?utm_hp_ref=uk

    The most powerful members of his party have forced him to drop this policy so that they can position them selfs away from him and thus as the next prime minister.

    So the real question is. Who will replace Cameron shortly?

    Gove? (He would be an excellent PM)
    May?
    Johnson?
    Lansley?
    David Davis maybe.....
    IDS or Hague to offset the growth of uKIP
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    Cameron will not be deposed, he out-polls the party and more importantly Ed Miliband.

    Boris is as populist as Blair and will say anything to be elected (may win though).

    Lansley is simply not popular enough.

    Gove or May would see a Labour majority, what is popular within the party is not always popular with the floaters that decide elections and their brand of conservatism will be a throwback to the 1997-2007 period.
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    (Original post by uberteknik)
    Gove as PM? I nearly choked on my G'n'T.
    Gove n Tory?
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    The tories are split into two major factions - Camp Cameron and Camp Boris. Camp Cameron are never going to try to push him out, and Camp Boris aren't going to make the effort until Boris is in a position to become leader. Thus, Cameron is not on his way out.
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    They would do well to keep this mind; 'The hand that wields the knife shall never wear the crown'.
    Ask Michael Heseltine.
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    Gove?
    May?
    Johnson?
    Lansley?
    David Davis maybe.....
    Jacob Rees-Mogg
    Wow, it seems the Conservatives have a very bright future ahead of them. :rofl:

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    IDS or Hague
    Now that is desperation. Didn't they do enough damage the first time?
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    (Original post by n00)
    Wow, it seems the Conservatives have a very bright future ahead of them. :rofl:



    Now that is desperation. Didn't they do enough damage the first time?
    Hague was all right but he changed his focus so many times

    It's about time we had a EU sceptic in power
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    (Original post by a729)
    Hague was all right but he changed his focus so many times

    It's about time we had a EU sceptic in power
    We had Euro-skeptics from 1997-2005, even Cameron's not exactly a Europhile.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Cameron will not be deposed, he out-polls the party and more importantly Ed Miliband.

    Boris is as populist as Blair and will say anything to be elected (may win though).

    Lansley is simply not popular enough.

    Gove or May would see a Labour majority, what is popular within the party is not always popular with the floaters that decide elections and their brand of conservatism will be a throwback to the 1997-2007 period.
    Too true. I'd say it's pretty dangerous to the Tories as a party that there are sizeable factions wanting to depose the man who brought their party practically back from the dead.
 
 
 
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