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    Osborne
    23.42%
    May
    6.31%
    Johnson ( Boris )
    40.54%
    Gove
    2.70%
    Morgan
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    Fox
    4.50%
    Javid
    5.41%
    Hunt
    0
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    Other
    17.12%

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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    I reckon Burham or Benn would take over ..Its not if Corybn goes its when he goes
    I disagree

    Many labour supporters seem to think it will be Chuka, Starmer or Jarvis. Jarvis name seems to float around a lot.::don't know anything about him through.

    Will be really interesting to see Osborne vs Jarvis in an election.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    She would struggle to connect with the liberal voter.

    Perhaps 20 years ago she would have been a perfect leader. Now I think Osborne or Javid would be less risky choices.

    I guess it is a risk that could pay off.

    I actually like her but clearly image is hugely important. Look at what happened to Miliband. I just don't feel she is marketable enough in today's more shallow society.
    After the whole txt credits scandal is Osborne that marketable.
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    I disagree

    Many labour supporters seem to think it will be Chuka, Starmer or Jarvis. Jarvis name seems to float around a lot.::don't know anything about him through.

    Will be really interesting to see Osborne vs Jarvis in an election.
    If Osborne wins the leadership election then he will have no issues holding on to the Tory majority . if may is leader than the tories might just win in 2020
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    i reckon labour will win in the 2020 elections,
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    JRM
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    JRM
    ?

    Wheres you tory avatar ?
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    ?

    Wheres you tory avatar ?
    Byron was a Tory.
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    Byron was a Tory.
    You know where your ture home is
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    Likable
    I'm what way is he likable?
    Funny, relaxed, very liberal, isn't prejudiced...
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    (Original post by Davij038)
    Funny, relaxed, very liberal, isn't prejudiced...
    And hes a sexy beast
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    (Original post by Davij038)
    Funny, relaxed, very liberal, isn't prejudiced...
    Loool okay
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    I'm not a Conservative voter but Ruth Davidson always impresses me. If not her, maybe George Osborne, although I think his reputation is declining from that of a stable pair of hands bank clerk type figure, to a liability. May has done very well, the Home Secretary role is usually a death wish, but I doubt she would be able to shrug off scandal as party leader. Johnson and Javid are jokes.
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    Gove

    His time as education secretary shows he takes no crap from anyone
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    Lets have the BJohnson/Trump axis of evil to bring in the 2020s!
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    1) Gove

    2) Osbourne
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    Jacob Rees Mogg!
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    1) Gove

    2) Osbourne
    Osborne as leader, Gove as deputy
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    I don't think Theresa May is likeable enough.

    Michael Gove is talented but doesn't quite have the authority that is required.

    Pretty certain it will be George Osborne or Sajid Javid.

    Too soon for Jeremy Hunt. But he could easily be a future leader.
    But Hunt's older than Osborne and has been in parliament longer than Javid, I think that by the next time round there will be someone else as he will seem too old and stale
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    Interested as to people are referring to when they say 'other'- unless everyone want JRM as leader.
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    (Original post by LordGaben)
    Jacob Rees Mogg!
    I Love Mogg !!!!!
 
 
 
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