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TroubleAtMill
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Whatever ones position on Brexit one can see Theresa May won't last much longer, so who next?

I guess it'll be another Tory

Who do you want?
Who should it be?
Who will it be?

Personally I can think of noone who would do a good job amongst that lot at Westminster in any party. I hope I'm wrong!


windydcfc
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The Brexiteers are positioning the sand haired swamp donkey as the next leader. But I think it’ll be either Sajid Javid or Amber Rudd as a safe pair of hands.



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007Dale
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The Brexiteers are positioning the sand haired swamp donkey as the next leader. But I think it’ll be either Sajid Javid or Amber Rudd as a safe pair of hands.


Rudd’s tissue-paper-thin majority in her constituency means she’s unlikely to be risked.

I think Boris has burnt too many bridges.

Jeremy Hunt maybe?


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Personally I can think of noone who would do a good job amongst that lot at Westminster in any party. I hope I'm wrong!


Is that Peter Noone ? Left-field call......Tongue


PaulC
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It's time for a government of National Unity.

Probably led by Keir Starmer.


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It's time for a government of National Unity.

Probably led by Keir Starmer.


Sir Keir Starmer to youSmile



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Ronsdog
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It's time for a government of National Unity.

Probably led by Keir Starmer.


I can't see that happening, however I would agree with your choice.

Perhaps a general election may jolt the Labour Party out of their current obsession with a thoroughly unfit and discredited current leader. Their membership might be persuaded to ditch Mr Corbyn if the prize is power which I believe Keir Starmer could lead them to.


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Gareth Southgate.
Even the Scots would vote for him..


kirby knitters
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Probably between Raab, Johnson and Javid. I would have handed the keys to Johnson 12 months ago.


PaulC
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Probably between Raab, Johnson and Javid. I would have handed the keys to Johnson 12 months ago.


Raab showed himself to be totally out of his depth when he was briefly in charge of EU negotiations.A deer in the headlights.

Johnson has burnt his boats. Untrustworthy, disloyal, lazy and a fool.

Javid is a bit of a weasel.

It’ll be Hunt.


windydcfc
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Probably between Raab, Johnson and Javid. I would have handed the keys to Johnson 12 months ago.


Raab showed himself to be totally out of his depth when he was briefly in charge of EU negotiations.A deer in the headlights.

Johnson has burnt his boats. Untrustworthy, disloyal, lazy and a fool.

Javid is a bit of a weasel.

It’ll be Hunt.



Hunt’s got a dreadful name with the NHS staff



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Towlawtom
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Wouldn't be a popular choice putting an NHS hater in charge of the country.



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PaulC
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Wouldn't be a popular choice putting an NHS hater in charge of the country.


I don’t think the Tories care much about that.


Towlawtom
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Wouldn't be a popular choice putting an NHS hater in charge of the country.


I don’t think the Tories care much about that.


Have they ever? Its against their principles but this guy particularly stands out!



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Esther Mcvey has put herself in to the running to be the next PM... We're all doomed. last one out of the UK switch off the lights, assuming the power hasn't gone off by then.



The feeling of utter devastation when you pick up your mug and realise you already finished your tea.


PaulC
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Esther Mcvey has put herself in to the running to be the next PM... We're all doomed. last one out of the UK switch off the lights, assuming the power hasn't gone off by then.


From Nasty Party to Toxic Party.


oxpete
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Whatever ones position on Brexit one can see Theresa May won't last much longer, so who next?

Personally I can think of noone who would do a good job amongst that lot at Westminster in any party. I hope I'm wrong!


Ken Clarke... er... that’s it!


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The arch schemer Gove will weedle his way through stabbing everyone nicely in the back as per usual.

He is in fact a left over Spitting Image puppet.



Where's the 'ignore this poster' button?


mick
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Tim Martin at Wetherspoons seems keen to tell everyone who wants to listen (and those who don't) that a no deal Brexit is the optimum solution for the UK.

Perhaps his next missive will tell us who he thinks should be the PM to deliver that outcome.


Ronsdog
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Tim Martin at Wetherspoons seems keen to tell everyone who wants to listen (and those who don't) that a no deal Brexit is the optimum solution for the UK.

Perhaps his next missive will tell us who he thinks should be the PM to deliver that outcome.


Had he, Bamford and Dyson led the negotiations on withdrawal then we would have a deal now, and not this current mess.

Just goes to show that Mrs M's heart was never in it.


jon b
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Dyson as in the guy who seems determined to have his dirt collectors put together by cheap labour overseas? Frown


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Dyson as in the guy who seems determined to have his dirt collectors put together by cheap labour overseas? Frown


Meaning that he does not have to worry about trade deals, as he exports directly from country of manufacture



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Ronsdog
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Yeah, he clearly is no patriot and doesn't give a shit for the UK.

https://www.theguardian.com/...ve-uk-expansion-plan

What is it about folk in this country who continue to disparage success?


jon b
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And we're under starters orders.

Be fun to see who stands against her. And if she wins she can't be challenged as Tory boss for the next 12 months. Staggering on as a Zombie Leader.

Today's PMQs should be entertaining in a horror movie sense. Even Jezza shouldn't be able to mess this one up. Although, when presented with an open goal he's generally managed to trip over his own feet or send his shot out for a throw in.


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And we're under starters orders.

Be fun to see who stands against her. .


If it's a straight forward confidence vote, it's a yes/no and no one stands against her at this point.

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