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The loosing of the Brexit vote isn't going down well with the cult of Theresa. In scenes not seen since the Labour party descended into the Stalinist democracy of deselection the right is demanding answers dammit! Heads must role!

Leading Tory rebel Stephen Hammond has been sacked as vice chairman of the party. Tory commentators such as Tim Montgomerie demand further discipline be taken.

Tory MP Nadine Dorries was not to happy either.

"Tonight, the Tory rebels have put a spring in Labours step, given them a taste of winning, guaranteed the party a weekend of bad press, undermined the PM and devalued her impact in Brussels. They should be deselected and never allowed to stand as a Tory MP, ever again."

Centrists dads everywhere are going to feel this one.

Deselection is back on the menu boys!
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You say the vice chairman has been sacked as if he didn't know he was in a position where the penalty for rebellion is sacking...

It's actually quite a good outcome though, May's deal is likely to be **** but the alternative is a no deal brexit, nothing has really changed unless Labour in their constant incoherence over brexit oppose the deal and are actually unified in doing so.
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You say the vice chairman has been sacked as if he didn't know he was in a position where the penalty for rebellion is sacking...

It's actually quite a good outcome though, May's deal is likely to be **** but the alternative is a no deal brexit, nothing has really changed unless Labour in their constant incoherence over brexit oppose the deal and are actually unified in doing so.
How can you make light of such totalitarianism? Have you no respect for democracy? This is something Pinochet would do.
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A No Deal Brexit looking increasingly likely. Sucks for you, Remainers :lol:
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A No Deal Brexit looking increasingly likely. Sucks for you, Remainers :lol:
This makes the opposite more likely.
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How can you make light of such totalitarianism? Have you no respect for democracy? This is something Pinochet would do.
They knew the rules, if they wanted nothing more than the wrath of the whips and greater difficulty becoming a minister they would have refused the vice chairmanship. They effectively breached their contract,
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They knew the rules, if they wanted nothing more than the wrath of the whips and greater difficulty becoming a minister they would have refused the vice chairmanship. They effectively breached their contract,
Obviously. Sadly everyone becomes morons when it turns out Labour is not the play thing of a few disaffected PLP MPs.
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A No Deal Brexit looking increasingly likely. Sucks for you, Remainers :lol:
Yeah because a worthless pound, rampant inflation and general economic chaos will only effect 'remainers' You turkey.
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Inject it straight into my veins.

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What fantasy land do you live in where political parties don't insist on some sort of political allegiance?

As if your man Jezza isn't purging his party of anyone of a vaguely centre-left bent...
This is the new political dicourse, especially on social media. Accuse people you disagree with of all of your own side's failings. The more absurd the accusations, the better.

You see this all the time with lefties calling anyone they disagree with "snowflakes" because it's the polar opposite of any real argument - and carries some crackhead dimwitted weight in contemporary politics.

Look at the first post in this thread "Cult of Theresa". An idea that has never existed. There's one cult of personality in British politics - and that's Jeremy Corbyn. But simple - people opposed to May simply accuse her of absurd things that would normally attach to Corbyn. Job done.

It's idiotic. It's ridiculous. But it works.

Are the Tories having a purge? No, not in any real sense. They're whipping their rebels and sorting them out. The party that has had a literal pogrom has been the Labour Party - which should be clear to anyone. How can they not have, when the front bench is made up of people who have never been anywhere near frontline politics - simply because they're old school Trots with no ability to do anything except rabble rouse and keep the unions sweet.
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(Original post by Rinsed)
What fantasy land do you live in where political parties don't insist on some sort of political allegiance?
The same fantasy land everyone else lives in when Labour practises party democracy.
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This is the new political dicourse, especially on social media. Accuse people you disagree with of all of your own side's failings. The more absurd the accusations, the better.

You see this all the time with lefties calling anyone they disagree with "snowflakes" because it's the polar opposite of any real argument - and carries some crackhead dimwitted weight in contemporary politics.

Look at the first post in this thread "Cult of Theresa". An idea that has never existed. There's one cult of personality in British politics - and that's Jeremy Corbyn. But simple - people opposed to May simply accuse her of absurd things that would normally attach to Corbyn. Job done.

It's idiotic. It's ridiculous. But it works.

Are the Tories having a purge? No, not in any real sense. They're whipping their rebels and sorting them out. The party that has had a literal pogrom has been the Labour Party - which should be clear to anyone. How can they not have, when the front bench is made up of people who have never been anywhere near frontline politics - simply because they're old school Trots with no ability to do anything except rabble rouse and keep the unions sweet.
It's the right that calls everyone snowflakes you pleb. Also the OP is a JOKE.

Your entire post is just complaining about being on the receiving end of what you dish out. Although for Theresa May to be a cult figure people would actually have to like her lol.

You actually go onto to accuse the Labour party of going on a literal pogrom. Do you actually believe we have witnessed a pogrom? Is anyone actually this stupid? It's one thing to make it up, it's another to actually believe your own bull. I'm taking the piss out of people like you that accuse party democracy as Stalinism and genocide. Deselecting based on a party vote is not the same as a firing squad :facepalm:

I wish it did ****ing work. The Conservative party deserves to be on the receiving end of the hard mode the labour party has to play on.
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Damn MPs doing their actual jobs instead of blindly following whatever the party tells them to do...
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(Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
How can you make light of such totalitarianism? Have you no respect for democracy? This is something Pinochet would do.
siding with the Opposition in such a vote is clearly a sackable offence, all of the 11 must go, no use to the Tories anymore - and your comparison with Pinochet is just pathetic
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siding with the Opposition in such a vote is clearly a sackable offence, all of the 11 must go, no use to the Tories anymore - and your comparison with Pinochet is just pathetic
Do you think parliament is meant to just be some stupid rubber stamping facility filled with yes men to the Great Leader, Chairman May?
Not to mention it is the ones who voted to pass this bill are in breach of the will of the people, they are undermining parliamentary sovereignty and many of them actively going against the voters who elected them.
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Do you think parliament is meant to just be some stupid rubber stamping facility filled with yes men to the Great Leader, Chairman May?
Not to mention it is the ones who voted to pass this bill are in breach of the will of the people, they are undermining parliamentary sovereignty and many of them actively going against the voters who elected them.
garbage -the ammendment is designed to thwart Brexit

Parliament has already voted FOR allowing Brexit to go ahead, numerous times, yet its Lab, Lib , Snp and Tory traitors trying to block its way and subvert democracy
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garbage -the ammendment is designed to thwart Brexit

Parliament has already voted FOR allowing Brexit to go ahead, numerous times, yet its Lab, Lib , Snp and Tory traitors trying to block its way and subvert democracy
By giving parliament a say on it? :L

This isn't a debate on 'allowing' it to go ahead, this is giving parliament the right to say no to being rogered by a minority government.

So you think an MP who votes the way their constituents says is a 'traitor'? Lol do you even know what democracy is or are you just ignorant?
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By giving parliament a say on it? :L

This isn't a debate on 'allowing' it to go ahead, this is giving parliament the right to say no to being rogered by a minority government.

So you think an MP who votes the way their constituents says is a 'traitor'? Lol do you even know what democracy is or are you just ignorant?
Most of the constituencies of the Traitor11 are Leave areas.

And trying to create a law that allows MPs to thwart Brexit is clearly an attempt at subverting the democratic referendum result
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Most of the constituencies of the Traitor11 are Leave areas.

And trying to create a law that allows MPs to thwart Brexit is clearly an attempt at subverting the democratic referendum result
I think you should look up what a traitor actually is.

Let me try a different tact. Who cares?
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