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Tory only here!
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Can we resurrect Winston Churchill?
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Just leave the woman be. I can see why people are frustrated but changing leaders only wastes time.
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Jeremy Kyle
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kanye west
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Jeremy Kyle
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I'm not sure.

My top picks were..

1) Mogg
2) Stewart
3) Gove
4) Crabb

But Mogg is a failure who can't even generate 48 loyalists, he won't get close.
Crabb is out of cabinet.
Gove and Stewart will accept a deal that requires a multilateral exit.

So i just don't know.
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To be honest anyone in the party can do a better job, but it would have to be a Brexiteer, someone who believes in Brexit.

Mogg was most unwise to do what he did, and the way that he did it. I still love him though.
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David Davis
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Rees-Mogg. At least he is British.
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Just leave the woman be. I can see why people are frustrated but changing leaders only wastes time.
The woman as you call her is a lizard and should be deposed as quickly as possible if you value your country.
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The Hongkonger Stewart!
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Can we resurrect Winston Churchill?
A racist pm that would be quirky and nice
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A racist pm that would be quirky and nice
I forgot that part. Sorry I was thinking of fights on the beaches. Fun fact. Did you know he was born in a ladies bathroom? That should make you feel better
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When the rigours of an executive role are such as to invariably make either fiend or fool out of even the most erudite scholars of philosophy, ethics, economics and history that any given generation has been able to muster in well-nigh three centuries, and do so within a single term of office more often than not, it becomes sorely tempting to invoke the traditional 'definition of insanity' upon being confronted by people who still persist, absurdly, in espousing the current democratic model.

So, to summarise; I truly, sincerely don't give two strokes of a particularly listless and disaffected w**k.
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No-one. Unlike David Cameron, Gideon Osbourne, David Davis, Boris Johnson and a host of others, Theresa May should not quit because not everything is going her way.
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in an ideal world it would be the Mogg, would like to see some class and professionalism brought back to British Politics
sadly the world just isn’t ready for him
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(Original post by CaLouise)
in an ideal world it would be the Mogg, would like to see some class and professionalism brought back to British Politics
sadly the world just isn’t ready for him
Yeah there's no way enough Tory MPs would back him to be on the final ballot. A shame because he's the one man who would annihilate Corbyn's economic programme in debate (May turned down the open goal and wouldn't debate him in 2017 just repeated stupid catchphrases) and give the country some direction while actually having the decency to be polite to opponents and answer questions.
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