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What is this thread about?
This is a joke Motion in the Model House of Commons (MHoC). It's a proposed Statement that is currently being debated, but I wouldn't take it too seriously! All are welcome and encouraged to ask questions about the bill's content and join in the debate – you don't have to be in a party or be an MP to do so.

What is the MHoC?
It's a political role-playing game where we pretend to be the House of Commons, and it's been going since 2005. We have formed parties, we have elections twice a year, and we debate bills and motions just like the real-life parliament. If you want to know more about how the MHoC works, your first port of call is the user manual. If you'd like to get involved and possibly join a party, you want the welcome thread.



M578 - James Bond 007 Motion 2020 - Proposed by Rt. Hon. Connor27 MP

This house believes that Laurence Fox should be appointed the next actor to portray Agent James Bond AKA 007 in the EON productions film series following Daniel Craig’s departure from the role.

Mr Fox is a hero for his stances against woke culture and political correctness and he would serve as a shining role model to young boys across the country as 007, as the role should be.”
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*yawn*
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*bigger yawn*
Spoiler:
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Although in fairness it's probably because I've never watched a James Bond and never intend to.
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the fantastic Mr Fox should be given a Lordship immediately for his services to Right Thinking.
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This does not fall within the House's competence.
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I better make sure that a friend of mine does not read this, as she would be horrified at the thought of anyone other than Daniel Craig being 007.
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This does not fall within the House's competence.
What do you expect from an incompetent
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Hear hear.

May I add an amendment that Andrew Neil is to become Director General of the BBC and Sir Iain Duncan Smith to be given an OBE for services to triggering Owen Jones and implementing Universal Credit?
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This does not fall within the House's competence.
Oh give up - it’s even labelled as a joke motion in Andrew’s preamble
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Oh give up - it’s even labelled as a joke motion in Andrew’s preamble
What else am I supposed to say?
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What else am I supposed to say?
Make some sort of witty or funny, or light hearted response rather than being a grumpy spoilsport?
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Make some sort of witty or funny, or light hearted response rather than being a grumpy spoilsport?
I got nothing. This motion doesn't provide anything of that sort to bounce off.
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What makes this guy credible as a spy he just found out the other day Sikhs fought for Britian in world war 1.
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We should nationalise James Bond.
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What makes this guy credible as a spy
He played the Sergeant in Lewis :dontknow:
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I'd prefer Tom Hiddleston or Idris Elba. Therefore no.
Bond doesn't have a strong political stance as a character anyway.
I'm surprised the proposer isn't trying to outlaw James Bond on account of all the good work he thinks the villains are doing in those films.
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I'd prefer Tom Hiddleston or Idris Elba. Therefore no.
Bond doesn't have a strong political stance as a character anyway.
I'm surprised the proposer isn't trying to outlaw James Bond on account of all the good work he thinks the villains are doing in those films.
I must admit I’m a sucker for Mads Mikkelsen’s Le Chiffre.
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A waste a Parliamentary time on a topic only incels care about. What is woke culture?
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I have no idea who the proposed actor is.



Also, may I point out (contrary to the motion's statement) that 007 can inspire everyone. Well, if espionage and a lot of stunts counts as inspiring.
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