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    Part of me is repulsed at the thought of Johnson in number 10, both because of him and because it would be an affront to democracy.

    Part of me wants Cameron to just step down, hand the reins to Johnson and say, essentially, "This is your mess, get on with it..." because no doubt Leave voters will pin as much of the ensuing chaos as possible on Cameron.
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    (Original post by offhegoes)
    Thoughts?

    Part of me is repulsed at the thought of Johnson in number 10, both because of him and because it would be an affront to democracy.

    Part of me wants Cameron to just step down, hand the reins to Johnson and say, essentially, "This is your mess, get on with it..." because no doubt Leave voters will pin as much of the ensuing chaos as possible on Cameron.
    I'd rather have Nigel Farage.
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    Cameron a million times over, the likes of Johnson and Farage are an embarrassment to British politics
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    I'd rather have Nigel Farage.
    God help us. And I don't even believe in God. Right now we have a split nation led by a split political party. If the UK is to stand any chance right now, we need someone who can bring the country back together. Farage and Boris have done a great job of splitting the country. I have little faith they have the ability to heal that split.
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    Cameron or Theresa May, Boris isn't a choice that was just joke, his faction of the party is way too small. I think Theresa May is the most preferred to replace Cameron and those 2 are the only 2 I see leading us into a future of growth and stability
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    (Original post by ByEeek)
    God help us. And I don't even believe in God. Right now we have a split nation led by a split political party. If the UK is to stand any chance right now, we need someone who can bring the country back together. Farage and Boris have done a great job of splitting the country. I have little faith they have the ability to heal that split.
    I don't want man of the people Jeremy Corybn. Screw that. The idiot wants to do Keynesian QE money printing. We will turn into Venezuela over night.

    Its worth noting we just escaped the European Central Bank Euro Zone QE bubble.
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    (Original post by illegaltobepoor)
    I don't want man of the people Jeremy Corybn. Screw that. The idiot wants to do Keynesian QE money printing. We will turn into Venezuela over night.
    Well at least we agree on something! But I don't want Farage who has a track record of being a crap politician, or Boris who is a proven lier, or Gove for that matter (who single-handedly set education back to the 1970s).

    It will certainly be interesting to see what happens in the coming weeks but I have a bad feeling about it all. The Torys really don't really know how to do civilised when it comes to leadership elections. And this one is going to be a right royal bun fight.
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    Cameron. The prospect of Johnson becoming PM makes me sick; he's an opportunist at its finest
 
 
 
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