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Panick-struck Remain campaign seek to 'take out' Boris. watch

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    Oh dear. :lol:


    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...t-boris-as-po/

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7075131.html


    Exclusive: polling carried out for ‘The Independent’ shows that 55 per cent of UK voters intend to vote for Britain to leave the EU in the 23 June referendum

    I'm certain all the Remainers who claimed polls suggested that we'd stay will claim this was a "rigged" poll... :rolleyes:
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    Of course I know these polls don't mean much, but a 10 point difference is alarming.
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    Thread title implied an assassination attempt was on the way. A rogue paperboy lacing Boris' morning Telegraph with ricin.
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    Boris for Prime Minister once Brexit happens and Cameron resigns.
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    (Original post by Sephiroth)
    Boris for Prime Minister once Brexit happens and Cameron resigns.
    Would rather see Farage in number 10... but I'll be happy with Boris all the same.
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    Boris for a PM and Trump for president?
    The battle of the hairs
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    (Original post by The Roast)
    Oh dear. :lol:


    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...t-boris-as-po/

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7075131.html


    Exclusive: polling carried out for ‘The Independent’ shows that 55 per cent of UK voters intend to vote for Britain to leave the EU in the 23 June referendum

    I'm certain all the Remainers who claimed polls suggested that we'd stay will claim this was a "rigged" poll... :rolleyes:
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    Of course I know these polls don't mean much, but a 10 point difference is alarming.
    From a purely tactical point of view, I really don't understand why Remain is trying to turn this into a vote on personalities. I mean, Remain is championed by David Cameron, George Osborne, Nicola Sturgeon, Tony Blair and the likes, whereas Brexit is being lead by Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and we all know Corbyn really wants to leave too. People like the Brexiters more, so making the referendum personal seems pretty daft.

    I mean, the ITV debate pretty much summed it up. The Remainers spent the whole thing trying to attack Boris, and to his credit Boris didn't descend to their level. Boris came out of it looking dignified and (dare I say it) statesmanlike, whereas the Remainers seemed frankly feral. Also, the two women who were with Nicola Sturgeon were absolutely ghastly, they just seemed like horrible horrible people (their names escape me atm).

    I'm in favour of Brexit but a month or so ago I didn't think we had any chance. Now with Remain shooting themselves in the foot repeatedly, I think we're in with a shout.
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    (Original post by M14B)
    Boris for a PM and Trump for president?
    The battle of the hairs
    :lol:

    Boris' hair wins!
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    Panic*
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    I want trump to come to power and us to leave the EU. I'm 19 and I wouldn't enjoy Trump being elected but I am fed up with these unrealistic champagne socialists and its about time they get put in their place and voted out. People like 'Owen Jones' really make me sick, they tend to speak for the working class but are so out of touch it is unreal. In my opinion the Brexit side have a lot more respectable Members of parliament as well as a more optimistic approach.
 
 
 
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