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Boris’s premiership just gets better and better!

The blairite virus is being banished from both parties we might actually get some real positive change now. That said we still have along way to go.

God bless Seumas Milne and Dominic Cummings 👌🏻
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Also tories have a 14% lead with YouGov's!
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I remember watching her replace Theresa May in the BBC 2017 Election Debate and I remember not being able to stand her. Very lovely memory indeed.
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Also tories have a 14% lead with YouGov's!
Not surprised . For all his flaws Boris is right on Brexit and has actually got some balls. I pray he sticks to his guns and doesn’t Cuck. He’s got the entire forces of darkness screaming at him,he better not budge.

Keep Cummings, don’t let the rebel Tories back and stick to your guns on Brexit. The cherry on the cake would be a pact with the Brexit Party.

He’ll be looking at a 350 + majority
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I like Amber Rudd.

I personally don't see the logic in this. It weakens the Govt, makes the country less stable. Surely if the administration is so ****e, we'd need a wise old leader like her mitigating that ****eness.

This is just posturing for future leadership. And I have to say that members who consistently vote against the Govt and undermine the Govt's whole direction are not compatible with that Govt. If they weren't punished for voting against the whip, then the whip would cease being useful.
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I like Amber Rudd.

I personally don't see the logic in this. It weakens the Govt, makes the country less stable. Surely if the administration is so ****e, we'd need a wise old leader like her mitigating that ****eness.

This is just posturing for future leadership. And I have to say that members who consistently vote against the Govt and undermine the Govt's whole direction are not compatible with that Govt. If they weren't punished for voting against the whip, then the whip would cease being useful.
Posturing for future leadership? She’s left the party!

the Conservative party is now much more representative if it’s members and she can’t stand that and has wisely quit, although she is t brace enough to hold a by election. All these Tories are better off in the Lib Dem’s.

The exact same thing with the Labour Party and the likes of Umunna etc
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Posturing for future leadership? She’s left the party!
And the wing of the party which supports Remain will cease to exist and certainly not require a leader.

Bloody hell, with this lack of ability to think more than 5 mins into the future, I am not surprised that Brexiteers never thought about the immense difficulties which would come from leaving the EU.

The sub 5 mins thinkers leading the sub 5 mins thinkers.
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And the wing of the party which supports Remain will cease to exist and certainly not require a leader.

Bloody hell, with this lack of ability to think more than 5 mins into the future, I am not surprised that Brexiteers never thought about the immense difficulties which would come from leaving the EU.

The sub 5 mins thinkers leading the sub 5 mins thinkers.
What future? Where is this huge demand for pro EU conservatives? If they go and join up with CUK they will be annihilated at a future general election. Even the Lib Dem’s will be scarcely more than three dozen.

You seem unable to comprehend the present let alone the future so don’t try and be smart buddy 👍🏻
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What future?
The one coming up.

You seem unable to comprehend the present let alone the future so don’t try and be smart buddy 👍🏻
What bit of the present did I not understand?
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What bit of the present did I not understand?
These washed out politicians have no future other than as crap journalists or something

You appear to think there is some huge demand for people like Amber Rudd. The party closest to her views is Change UK and is polling about 2%. The second is Lib Dem and the best she can hope for there is that she retains her seat which is incredibly unlikely.
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You appear to think there is some huge demand for people like Amber Rudd. The party closest to her views is Change UK and is polling about 2%. The second is Lib Dem and the best she can hope for there is that she retains her seat which is incredibly unlikely.
No, I imagine she thinks that there is a future for her in leadership; I didn't say I suppose that to be the case. Pay closer attention if you wish to tango with the best.

Similar to how BoJo resigned as Foreign Sec just waiting in the wings until there was a change in the party's direction.

Anyway, if nothing changes, I think it's clear that BoJo's run at the top is gonna end rather fast. A) cannot control the Commons; and B) cannot call an election. He is impotent and people in his party will look for someone else.
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Boris’s premiership just gets better and better!

The blairite virus is being banished from both parties we might actually get some real positive change now. That said we still have along way to go.

God bless Seumas Milne and Dominic Cummings 👌🏻
Can you expand as a socialist, i'd have thought this would be a negative for you.
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No, I imagine she thinks that there is a future for her in leadership; I didn't say I suppose that to be the case. Pay closer attention if you wish to tango with the best.

Similar to how BoJo resigned as Foreign Sec just waiting in the wings until there was a change in the party's direction.

Anyway, if nothing changes, I think it's clear that BoJo's run at the top is gonna end rather fast. A) cannot control the Commons; and B) cannot call an election. He is impotent and people in his party will look for someone else.
Well if you think that you’re just as idiotic. She knows there’s no future for her and has bowed to the inevitable. Even she’s not daft enough to think she can ride back in.

Boris quit because he knew the deal was toxic amongst Tory members. Ambers quitting because she and staying in the EU are toxic to Tory members.

Sure, he’s impotent now but that is because of Parliament. I think the public will blame them rather than Boris snd the above poll seems to reflect that
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Well if you think that you’re just as idiotic. She knows there’s no future for her and has bowed to the inevitable. Even she’s not daft enough to think she can ride back in.

Boris quit because he knew the deal was toxic amongst Tory members. Ambers quitting because she and staying in the EU are toxic to Tory members.

Sure, he’s impotent now but that is because of Parliament. I think the public will blame them rather than Boris snd the above poll seems to reflect that
She rode back in after being humiliated as Home Sec over Windrush. I am not sure why she'd think any different here, especially as she has a number of very prominent MPs on her side and many of whom were seen as the future of the party.
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Can you expand as a socialist, i'd have thought this would be a negative for you.
I am an illiberal socialist... or maybe a Social nationalist 😉 Seeing liberals like Rudd and Umunna leave their host parties is a good thing for me.

As a Hegelian I hope for the Tory party to become more socially conservative and authoritarian, and for the Labour Party to be more economically radical and antizionist and to embrace populism... then I think something which combines the 2 can arise from
These extremes and combining 👌🏻

This basically Happened in the 90s which helped create new labour.
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She rode back in after being humiliated as Home Sec over Windrush. I am not sure why she'd think any different here, especially as she has a number of very prominent MPs on her side and many of whom were seen as the future of the party.
She didn’t quit the party though and remained influential.

They indeed ‘were seen’ as the future of the party, but no longer ... which sort of emphasises my point. You’re starting to see now, keep up! 👍🏻
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Pretty much everyone on this list needs to GTFO

https://brightblue.org.uk/about/parl...ry-supporters/
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I am an illiberal socialist... or maybe a Social nationalist 😉 Seeing liberals like Rudd and Umunna leave their host parties is a good thing for me.

As a Hegelian I hope for the Tory party to become more socially conservative and authoritarian, and for the Labour Party to be more economically radical and antizionist and to embrace populism... then I think something which combines the 2 can arise from
These extremes and combining 👌🏻

This basically Happened in the 90s which helped create new labour.
Maybe a national socialist.

Anyway do not like Amber Rudd in anyway shape or form so this is good news.
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She didn’t quit the party though and remained influential.

They indeed ‘were seen’ as the future of the party, but no longer ... which sort of emphasises my point. You’re starting to see now, keep up! 👍🏻
Tell us more about Hegel.
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Tell us more about Hegel.
What do you want to know about him?
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