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    Motion of No Confidence in Her Majesty’s GovernmentProposed by: Hon. Connor27 MP (IND)

    Seconded by: Hon. Saunders16 MP (LIBER); Hon. CountBrandenburg MP (LIBER); Rt. Hon. Cranbrook_Aspie MP (LAB); Hon. mrwb9876 MP (LIBER.)

    That this house has no confidence in Her Majesty’s Government.

    This incompetent Government is in a state of uncoordinated disarray and a large divide is beginning to form between the two main governing parties. Following the decision by Liberal MPs to publicly oppose the Government's recent Bills on GCHQ Trade Unions and Terrorism, the Prime Minister was forced to withdraw both bills in humiliation. It is notable that the Prime Minister was clearly undermined by his former deputy leader, Vitiate, when the terrorism bill was submitted in the government name without even the consent of PetrosAC, the Home Secretary.

    It is also clear that miscommunication on a basic level is happening between the government leadership and the ordinary members, as the leadership appears not to have been aware of disagreements over a piece of major legislation that were so strong they led to a 04MR17 being forced to resign his MP seat. The level of tension that is currently present in the Government is highly concerning; it is clear that both main parties do not have a unified strategy for the term.

    As well as criticising the leadership of the Liberals (Life_Peer’s rant following the withdrawal of the terrorism bill, which saw him sacked as foreign secretary), Conservative MPs are also attacking each other. Vitiate has privately attacked The Prime Minister, by saying that he was forced out of his position as Deputy Leader, stating on offsite communications that “it was a choice between dignity and humiliation.” Vitiate has also expressed a desire to launch a motion of no confidence in CoffeeGeek’s Conservative Leadership and has stated that he believes CG has achieved nothing of note as leader, in that all of his achievements were a result of Vitiate’ aptitude as DL. It is obvious from this that there is a dangerous level of division even among the Conservatives, never mind between them and their coalition partners.

    The Conservative/Liberal/Nat Con coalition has been given a chance to succeed. It has shown that it just isn’t up to the job. There are other parties ready and waiting to take charge of the government subforum and place the interests of the model UK in safe, competent and experienced hands. To quote Oliver Cromwell, ‘You have sat too long for any good you have been doing lately. Depart, I say; and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!’
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    Well, at least some of this is just laughable.
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    So the Labour-Libertarian plans are back on? 2 parties who have lost seats and have limited activity...

    A government in waiting? More like dangerous shambles in waiting.
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    What a bloody joke this Motion of No Confidence is. I'll respond in detail later.

    Seeing the seconders, not only are they desperate but it seems like the Libertarians are ready to bend down for Labour yet again - leopards never change their spots.
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    I would call upon Vitiate to comment on the allegations that he was forced out of deputy leadership, and also for his opinions on the prime Minister’s Leadership.
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    :rofl: :rofl: :toofunny: :toofunny:
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    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    So the Labour-Libertarian plans are back on? 2 parties who have lost seats and have limited activity...

    A government in waiting? More like dangerous shambles in waiting.
    Thoughts on Vitiate being forced out by our PM?
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    (Original post by mr T 999)
    :rofl: :rofl: :toofunny: :toofunny:
    Yes, a very meaningful and convincing rebuttal of the points made, you have convinced me I was wrong to submit this...

    NOT.
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    Not a response to the motion itself, but two comments need replying to.

    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    2 parties who have lost seats and have limited activity...
    I would like to defend my party in stating that this is nonsense; we have regularly been posting bills and had either the highest or second-highest post count each week since records have been collected by our Speaker.

    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    So the Labour-Libertarian plans are back on?

    A government in waiting? More like dangerous shambles in waiting.
    (Original post by CoffeeGeek)
    Seeing the seconders, not only are they desperate but it seems like the Libertarians are ready to bend down for Labour yet again - leopards never change their spots.
    The opposition working together to challenge the government does not suggest anyone is 'bending down'. I would like to ask the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister to withdraw this unparliamentary language that has begun this debate.
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    (Original post by CoffeeGeek)
    What a bloody joke this Motion of No Confidence is. I'll respond in detail later.

    Seeing the seconders, not only are they desperate but it seems like the Libertarians are ready to bend down for Labour yet again - leopards never change their spots.
    4.5 parties in the MHoC, 2.5 parties in government at the minute it would make sense that the other 2 would want to put an end to the **** this Government is doing, I know that’s probably a bit too complex for you maybe ask your new puppet to help you understand it.
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    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    So the Labour-Libertarian plans are back on? 2 parties who have lost seats and have limited activity...

    A government in waiting? More like dangerous shambles in waiting.
    Hear, hear!
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    (Original post by CoffeeGeek)
    What a bloody joke this Motion of No Confidence is. I'll respond in detail later.

    Seeing the seconders, not only are they desperate but it seems like the Libertarians are ready to bend down for Labour yet again - leopards never change their spots.
    Hear, hear!

    The Labour and Libertarian Party are desperately trying to stay relevant, as they are being sidelined by the most successful government in MHoC history. A Labour-led government wouldn't get anywhere near as much done as we have!
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    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    So the Labour-Libertarian plans are back on? 2 parties who have lost seats and have limited activity...

    A government in waiting? More like dangerous shambles in waiting.
    The Libertarian Party appear to have become the new spineless party ready to bend over to Labour!
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    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    So the Labour-Libertarian plans are back on? 2 parties who have lost seats and have limited activity...

    A government in waiting? More like dangerous shambles in waiting.
    You do realise the libers are more active than you?
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    I can see more insulting and laughing rather than debating from members of this government. Let's allow this to be more honourable than that; I call on the government to actually defend itself and challenge the claims so responses can be given.
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    (Original post by Unown Uzer)
    The Libertarian Party appear to have become the new spineless party ready to bend over to Labour!
    Yeah of course they are, not that it could possibly mean opposition parties ACTUALLY OPPOSING THE GOVERNMENT?!

    God forbid, what a revolutionary idea...
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    I planned to wait until I received an indecipherable response from ns_2, but the fact that certain members of the government have responded so childishly and impulsively to this MoNC has only cemented the fact that this is truly an incompetent rule. Therefore, I will be voting aye, and I would hope that other members of this house see the same as me.
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    (Original post by Unown Uzer)
    The Libertarian Party appear to have become the new spineless party ready to bend over to Labour!
    It’s sad to see the ex ukip leader on his knees pleasuring the a socialist and cg.
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    (Original post by Saunders16)
    Not a response to the motion itself, but two comments need replying to.

    I would like to defend my party in stating that this is nonsense; we have regularly been posting bills and had either the highest or second-highest post count each week since records have been collected by our Speaker.

    The opposition working together to challenge the government does not suggest anyone is 'bending down'. I would like to ask the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister to withdraw this unparliamentary language that has begun this debate.
    What unparliamentary language have I made? The accusations of inactivity were aimed directly at Labour. Both parties have lost seats too.
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    (Original post by Joep95)
    It’s sad to see the ex ukip leader on his knees pleasuring the a socialist and cg.
    Actually, I'm standing upright, unlike the Libertarians who appear to have lost their spine.
 
 
 
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