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Started by: surfer_tom (76)

Rumours going round Boris Johnson going to call snap election in October , he as told the Tory party if they dont back him in a a vote he will take all of them down with him even the ones who has stood by him, what a guy!

Started: 3rd Jul 2022 at 13:21

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Poppycock !!!!

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 13:29

Posted by: gaffer (7167) 

Andy Burnham could be leader of the Labour Party by October if Kier and Angela receive fixed penalty notices.
According to today’s Sunday Times a witness to the Durham meeting has been asked if he will be willing to testify in court if it becomes necessary. The witness filmed the event which he alleges was a social gathering.

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 14:18

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Gaffer

Would Andy Burnham need a 'seat' a constituency, would he need to be an MP to become Labour Party leader ?



Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 14:32

Posted by: tomplum (9380) 

I reckon if Andy Burnham gets in, It will do Boris a big favour,

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 14:37

Posted by: gaffer (7167) 

TTS

It will be another Doug Hoyle situation. He gave up his Warrington seat to make way for somebody else in exchange for membership of the House of Lords.
Yvonne Fovargue could well be tempted, she’s in the right age bracket.

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 15:03

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Oh don't say that gaffer, that means he would be my MP and I would imagine yours too

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 15:35

Posted by: tonker (25514) 

Does it matter who your MP is?

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 15:45

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Well I wouldn't like my MP to be like that Chris Pincher

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 15:49

Posted by: sonlyme (3175)

Well,he's got the right surname for a bum pincher.

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 16:23

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

I wonder if he is related to Chapman Pincher

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 16:53

Posted by: Platty (1489)

Quite possibly TTS. Chapman had lots of stepchildren, might have taken his name.

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 17:01

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

He's not a 'Dobermann', then?

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 17:04

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

No he's not a dog

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 17:05

Posted by: fossil (7512)

Good man Andy Burnham and he needs to be a member of the parliamentary Labour Party to be a prime minister.
The Tory party must be in a bad state if they can’t come up with an alternative to this proven liar Johnson whose moral standards reflect badly on this country.

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 17:11

Posted by: retep1949 (862)

Good luck to anyone who wants to be the PM they will need it to sort the mess this country is in.

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 17:19

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

What about the 'Momentum' movement in the Labour Party, those left wing loonies, who put Corbyn in charge, they might not want Andy Burnham, and as long as those lefty loonatics are in the Labour Party, the country won't want Labour.

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 17:20

Posted by: fossil (7512)

Tts I am not a Labour party member so I agree that the Momentum issue should be sorted,but it wouldn't take much of a swing to get the tories out as at Wakefield a few days ago.

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 19:32

Posted by: tonker (25514) 

This country needs to get a job, 'cos it's capital is running out fast !

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 20:00

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Fossil

Labour should be doing better in by elections if it wants to get back into power, and I would think something like in May next year, there might be a General Election, but of course it will depend on where we are with the Boris cock ups, between now and then, because there will be more of them

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 20:41

Posted by: Handsomeminer (1898)

Fossil don't argue with 1 stroke he will drag you down to his level of stupidity

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 21:23

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Handsomeminer

I am not arguing, I am having a civilised conversation about it

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 22:12

Posted by: tomplum (9380) 

well done you Tommy tee, a sensible debate , Well for my money Boris is still in charge and, will be untill a better candidate comes along, I'm not a Tory but, Andy Burnham is , insincere in my opinion and I would not vote for him, Lets not forget, Boris Promised to get us out of EU, He delivered, He also took a big gamble on buying the, yet unapproved vaccines , another good move which brought our country back on track, I know he took a few wrong turns and told lies, ( they ALL do that) but, He's our best chance to build a better Britain, IMHO

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 22:51

Posted by: whups (8799) 

what about the islamaphobia still rife in the tory party ? .

Replied: 3rd Jul 2022 at 23:49

Posted by: Owd Codger (989)

and the Anti Semitism of the Labour Party.

And what happens in mid term by elections and things like having parties during a lockdown have no bearing on a General Election when the country as a whole look at what party is the best to run the country, especially the economy.

A fact proved at the last General Election!

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 07:05
Last edited by Owd Codger: 4th Jul 2022 at 07:32:32

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

This is about Boris Johnson proven liar his culture ,he lets others take the blame as he dos!n't know anything about it

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 09:13

Posted by: tonker (25514) 

Nasty Boris, piece o'work !

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 09:39

Posted by: fossil (7512)

Handsome miner,well there you go we are having a civilised conversation about his stupidity!

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 10:44

Posted by: whups (8799) 

not heard of anti semitism for a while now .

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 12:37

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (4950) 

Well have just read some of the comments above here is what i would like to toss into the pot and that's " HOW ABOUT FORMING A COALITION GOVERNMENT"? After all it appeared to operate quite well during WW2 ,and i hear some saying now ," Ah but there's no war on " True indeed but may i suggest as a country one as to admit we are up to our necks in the mire! I am not blaming all on the strikes and those yet to come but with all this back-biting and sniping , would it not be a good thing to pick the best brains out of the whole 650 who at present are not doing a good job , so what do WW think ? GB .

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 14:43

Posted by: Platty (1489)

Well GB, I don't think it would work because MPs are all out for themselves. There is not much between them, all they are interested in is keeping their jobs and all the perks that go with it. It has just become another part of the civil service.

What I would like to see is a completely different party, perhaps Reform, with fresh ideas and a return to morals, accountability, stuff all this woke business and, for me, most of all, stop drag queens going into primary schools to read stories to children.

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 15:29

Posted by: gaffer (7167) 

GB

At the time of the wartime coalition government the Labour and Tory parties accounted for close to 95% of the vote.
Nowadays we have nationalist parties in Scotland , Wales and Northern Ireland. Plus the Liberals.
I doubt that anybody could form a workable coalition from such a collection.
The problem with UK politics is that it is full of lightweights and non entities in all parties. Cut the MP numbers in half, double the remuneration ,scrap devolution and get back to serious politics.

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 15:56

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

gaffer

I agree

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 16:00

Posted by: Platty (1489)

And start selecting scientists, businessmen with experience, etc. cut out all these lawyers and political careerists.

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 16:19

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Margaret Thatcher was a scientist

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 16:28

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

Did not stop her putting a prion into the food chain though!

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 16:33

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

Or trying to discredit the scientists who revealed what was causing the deaths!

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 16:35

Posted by: Platty (1489)

Yes, TTS, those were the days.
I presume you're saying she was the only scientist there at the time?

And, ena, what was causing the deaths? Deaths of what?

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 17:12

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

CJD

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 17:26

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Mad Cow Disease

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 17:30

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

I didn't know it was Margaret Thatchers fault ?

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 17:31

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

Caused by suspending regulation of the nature of animal feedstuff.

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 17:33

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Golden Bear said:

"but may i suggest as a country one as to admit we are up to our necks in the mire!"

How do you come to that conclusion ?

There are some supply issues in the country, regarding food and fuel, which has pushed up the price of food and fuel, but market forces will solve those problems

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 17:35

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

Sheep brains infected with scrapie were not causing any threat to human health until someone set out to make a fast buck by feeding them to cows!

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 17:40

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

The poor cows

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 17:41

Posted by: tonker (25514) 

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 17:51

Posted by: Stardelta (10079)

Has there ever been a time in living memory when we haven't been `in the mire`?

Someone, somewhere will ALWAYS have a criticism for the uk government

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 17:53

Posted by: Platty (1489)

I think that's Basil Brush's new name.

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 18:19

Posted by: gaffer (7167) 

The Sephardic Jews have eaten. cooked sheep’s brains for generations.

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 18:22

Posted by: tonker (25514) 

Dog goes "woof"
Cat goes "meow"
Bird goes "tweet"
And mouse goes "squeek"
Cow goes "moo"
Frog goes "croak"
And the elephant goes "toot" - (like Momac! )
Ducks say "quack"
And fish go "blub"
And the seal goes "ow ow ow"
But there's one sound
That no one knows
WHAT DOES THE FOX SAY?

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 18:25

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

There has NEVER been a record of a human being directly infected by a sheep brain.

As long as you do not pass them first through the cow, there seems to be no problem.

Cooking has no effect upon the prion.

Replied: 4th Jul 2022 at 18:35

Posted by: Owd Codger (989)

Tommy Two Stroke

Thatcher was a Chemist and not a Scientist.

Scientists have brains!

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 07:01

Posted by: tonker (25514) 

Scientist: A person who has expert knowledge of one or more of the science disciplines. such as biology, chemistry, or physics, that deals with the objects, phenomena, or laws of nature and the physical world.

A Chemist IS a Scientist.

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 08:49

Posted by: Billinge Biker (1516) 

Reynard says "For FOX sake leave me alone" !!

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 09:52

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

Josef Mengele was a scientist.

I have some degrees in sciences, and I am sure that nowhere in the process of obtaining these did I encounter any filter where only the virtuous were permitted to pass.

In any case, we should be cautious over compartmentalising knowledge.

If Adolf had been more familiar with the 1812 Overture, he probably would have avoided the error of condemning so many of his soldiers to their deaths in the snow.

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 09:58

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

More lies from number 10 ,they are now covering up for each other about .this guy pincher he should now be in a police cell he says he needs medical treatment , castration might help

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 12:19

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

He needs to go, that's for sure, he should resign

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 12:37

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

Boris: buoyed into power by his sense of entitlement and complete lack of integrity.

Only poetic justice if the same characteristics remove him from power.

I do like Boris, but have always said I believe he is not fit to be nation's leader. His father, brother and sister have said the same. Even his personal friends have said he encounters any difficulty by lying his way out of it.

Britain- Trump, as the latter once called him!

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 12:39

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

Question time tomorrow should be interesting ,how many time's will he apologize I'll start with 10

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 14:52

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (4950) 

Gaffer & Platty , I would just like to say both your comments made very good sense and after i read them i did like or prefer your choices ,

But as for you TTS, i would have thought that anyone with an ounce or two of grey matter would have come to the same conclusion's as myself !
The conclusion's are as follows : RATE of inflation almost 10% , Electric cost's to sky rocket soon,, Gas cost's soon to go thro the roof ,, Fuel ridiculously high & overpriced , People's wage's pegged back ,, Million's of people dependant on food bank's , Food . SO please do not ask silly Qs like that ,or should i say if people in this country of our's think that everything is alright then so be it !!! Have a good day TOMMY ! GB.

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 15:41

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

Will he call an election or will try to stay he only cares for his own skin

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 18:34

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

surfer tom

Why would he call an election, the conservatives still have a massive majority in parliament, because to force a general election, the opposition, would have to table a motion of no confidence in the government, if the government lost such a vote, then they have to take the issue to the country, and a general election is called, but that is not going to happen is it.

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 18:45
Last edited by Tommy Two Stroke: 5th Jul 2022 at 18:46:17

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

Tommy t we are talking about Boris Johnson here who knows what he's thinking

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 19:24

Posted by: tonker (25514) 

What does the fox say?
"Ring-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!
Gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!
Gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!"
What the fox say?
"Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow!
Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow!
Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow!"
What the fox say?
"Hatee-hatee-hatee-ho!
Hatee-hatee-hatee-ho!
Hatee-hatee-hatee-ho!"
What the fox say?
"Joff-tchoff-tchoffo-tchoffo-tchoff!
Tchoff-tchoff-tchoffo-tchoffo-tchoff!
Joff-tchoff-tchoffo-tchoffo-tchoff!"
What the fox say?
Big blue eyes
Pointy nose
Chasing mice
And digging holes
Tiny paws
Up the hill
Suddenly you're standing still
Your fur is red
So beautiful
Like an angel in disguise
But if you meet
A friendly horse
Will you communicate by
Mo-o-o-o-orse?
Mo-o-o-o-orse?
Mo-o-o-o-orse?
How will you speak to that
Ho-o-o-o-orse?
Ho-o-o-o-orse?
Ho-o-o-o-orse?
What does the fox say?
"Jacha-chacha-chacha-chow!
Chacha-chacha-chacha-chow!
Chacha-chacha-chacha-chow!"
What the fox say?
"Fraka-kaka-kaka-kaka-kow!
Fraka-kaka-kaka-kaka-kow!
Fraka-kaka-kaka-kaka-kow!"
What the fox say?
"A-hee-ahee ha-hee!
A-hee-ahee ha-hee!
A-hee-ahee ha-hee!"
What the fox say?
"A-oo-oo-oo-ooo!
Woo-oo-oo-ooo!"
What does the fox say?

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 19:52

Posted by: Billinge Biker (1516) 

Please dont ask for my view.... who gives a flying...... anyway..... they all..... in the same pot.... they dont need any help to shoot themselves in the foot etc... they do it to themselves as they are ALL in cuckoo land. They put nowt in.... but take all out. Come The Revolution Tonker will be PM

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 20:36

Posted by: Platty (1489)

And I will be Chancellor.

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 21:12

Posted by: tonker (25514) 

Of the Ex Checker?

Replied: 5th Jul 2022 at 21:28

Posted by: Owd Codger (989)

Would it be any better if the cronies of Corbyn like Abbot, Butler, Lammy, McDonald, Thornberry etc were running the country?

Either way, both parties as bad as each other!

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 08:17
Last edited by Owd Codger: 6th Jul 2022 at 08:27:29

Posted by: whups (8799) 

would it be any better if you put proper replies on instead of conjecture todger ? .

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 11:43

Posted by: grimshaw (3426) 

By the law of averages there must be some decent MPs in the tory party
But they are like bits of sweetcorn in a turd .
Technically they have kept their integrity.
But they are still embedded in sh.t

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 12:08

Posted by: Platty (1489)

Tonks: Now we're in government our first act should be the repeal of the Hunting Act 2004.

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 12:53

Posted by: tonker (25514) 

Mr. Speaker, my right honourable friend seems to have not read through, or fully understood, the rules on hunting as laid out in the Hunting Act 2004. He must understand that a clear and robust policy is in place, covering the hunting of wild mammals by dogs, which would be inappropriate to restrict and I would propose a more generous package of support for the enforcement of the Act in my constituency!

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 13:22

Posted by: Platty (1489)

So, tonks is protecting the reynard on here. However, I will support the First Minister.

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 14:14

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

The strange thing is, there is NOTHING new in the revelations concerning Boris.

As recent as yesterday, we were hearing the well worn phrase that acknowledgement of his deficiencies were 'priced-in'!

Classic 'Catastrophe theory', like the butterfly flapping its wings in South Atlantic, and bringing a storm to Europe: who would have thought that a grope would have such wide ranging consequences.

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 14:42

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

I am so sick of the media circus, blowing trivial matters out of all proportion, all he said yesterday was that he had forgotten something which he had been told some three years ago, and then there is partygate, which incidently was done by the civil servants in number 10, they were getting around the fact that their watering holes in London, had been closed by the pandemic, and they had moved their after work boozing into number 10, and who got clobbered for it ?
Boris copped for it, and why were those civil servants who got fined, allowed anonymity for it, and how many of them resigned over it ?

None ?

If Boris goes, the media circus, will turn on his successor, and if Labour win the next election, the media will turn on Kier Starmer or whoever is leading the Labour Party.

It is '''SO''' pathetic

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 15:03

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

I do not think your attempt to minimise culpability in respect of his errant behaviour is going to convince anyone.

Though our resident fascists will insist that only the führer.. I'm sorry, I meant to say Fat Controller can perform what is needed.

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 15:12

Posted by: tonker (25514) 

"Order"! "Order"!

Many thanks, Mr. Speaker, I put it to the honourable members present in this house, that it is my full intention to call question in reference to amendments of the present Hunting Act in favour of more restrictive policies to control hunting using dogs and, indeed, dog ownership in general with particular attention focused on the implementation of licensing and mandatory liability insurrance for all dogs.

"Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!" "Aye!"

"Nay!"


"The Ayes seem to have it!"

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 15:24

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

I remember the dog licence: I think it was Seven Shillings and Sixpence.

Unlike the car's disk though, you were not required to display said licence on the dog!

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 15:31

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Ena:

"I do not think your attempt to minimise culpability in respect of his errant behaviour is going to convince anyone"

Ena

"To err is human, to forgive divine"

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 15:41

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

Granted, but recognition of culpability is usually a pre requisite.

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 16:03

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Yes, but he couldn't remember being culpable.

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 16:05

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

They are waiting for Boris in number 10 as we speak , times up for boris

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 16:55

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

surfer tom

If yoo are wrong, then I will expect yoo too resign

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 17:04

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

There's a party going on at number 10 do you fancy it .

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 17:14

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

Will we get someone better
or
will we get someone worse?

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 17:14

Posted by: whups (8799) 

there,s nothin trivial about telling people to isolate then throwing partys at no-10 is there .

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 18:00

Posted by: grimshaw (3426) 

And lest we forget whups .
Sending people back to care homes from hospital during the early days of covid to relieve pressure on the N H S in the knowledge the homes had a very little p p e .
Evil .

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 19:00

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Did Boris order people to be sent back to the care homes ?

No he didn't, so why does he get blamed for it ?

And Whupsy, I am telling you, it was the civil servants who threw those parties, I mean OK in hindsight he should have stopped them, but hindsight is a wonderful thing isn't it

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 19:21

Posted by: Platty (1489)

Crikey TTS, you have the patience of Job.

Either that or you're doing penance for some heinous sins.

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 20:15

Posted by: Platty (1489)

Actually TTS, that was pointed out today. The civil servants are against leaving the EU and are deliberately undermining Boris. There were no pictures of Boris actually drinking, simply holding a glass. None of those civil servants were named, although identified, in Sue Gray's report, and fined, but I think they should have been named as well. If you name Boris, why not name the perps?

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 20:18

Posted by: peter israel (1295) 

I believe the best thing for the country is for Boris not to resign and take it to the country with a general election and for the Tory voters to do the same as Labour voters did last time under Corbyn and have a protest vote and vote for the LibDems and the for the LibDems to enter into a coalition with Labour. This may then even take us back to the EU - its one of the agreements that the Lib Dems would sign with Labour. And then hopefully next time I fly into Barcelona I won't have to wait 2 hours to get through passport control.....

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 20:35

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

Today Johnson has become the Tory!s worst nightmare ,he's become power crazy . Telling his lies, breaking law, only cares about himself ,doing more damage to the conservatives it will take them years to recover .bloody idiot

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 22:38

Posted by: whups (8799) 

your telling me nothin 1stroke & the video evidence shows otherwise .

Replied: 6th Jul 2022 at 23:43

Posted by: fossil (7512)

Well I believe he is going,thank the lord,and I hope he takes every nodding dog who has lied and supported his lies to this country with him.
The carnage over the last couple of days has shown the level of chaos they have reduced this country to!

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 09:29

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

And do you think that the Labour Party is any better ?

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 09:40

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

What a cv Johnson's got sacked on every job he's had ,

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 09:48

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

Aye, and on that CV you can also put that he got Brexit done, led the world in the way to deal with the Pandemic, and also led the world in supporting Ukraine

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 09:54

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

He's been humiliated by his own party that's what they think about him ,get shut as soon as possible

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 10:01

Posted by: fossil (7512)

Aye and there will be an enquiry into the pandemic and brexit is the worst thing to happen to this country.
Aye and his visits to Ukraine were done for his benefit,when his profile needed a lift.

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 10:02

Posted by: fossil (7512)

Surfer Tom I think he has humiliated the Tory party by recruiting that shower of liars and incompetents on their behalf!

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 10:07

Posted by: peter israel (1295) 

All you Tory lot were all warned by one of you own Dominic Cummings in Nov 2020
about the man's character

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 10:07

Posted by: fossil (7512)

TTS just seen your question and I will tell you again that I am not a Labour Party member,but even in its fractious state basically it is a more caring organisation for this country and I would vote for them!
And I wouldn’t be bothered if the Labour Party gets rid of Starmer because his support of brexit is against my wishes.

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 10:22
Last edited by fossil : 7th Jul 2022 at 10:25:34

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

He needs to go as soon as possible ,

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 10:26

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (10160)

All I will say is "be careful what you wish for" because Labour will probably win the next General Election, and then it really will be back to the 1970s

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 10:29

Posted by: fossil (7512)

TTS correct,might not be perfect but after 12 years of this car crash of a government let’s have a change for the better.

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 10:34

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

It's all been lies and sleeze ,disregard for law since Johnson got in, who can vote for a party like that its time for a change Tory party washed up

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 11:00
Last edited by surfer_tom: 7th Jul 2022 at 11:21:28

Posted by: whups (8799) 

the torys never care for the general populous because all that,s on their mind is money & it always has been & always will . why keep bringing up labour when they ar,nt making the laws & mentioning them as to wot they would have done is all just rhetoric ? .

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 12:08

Posted by: momac (12045) 

Boris resigned an hour ago.

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 13:26

Posted by: surfer_tom (76)

Momac he was sacked in his speech he says he didnt want to go they've had enough of him

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 14:47

Posted by: whups (8799) 

and so have we.

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 14:49

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (4950) 

TTS/ Yes you are correct " It will be back to the 1970s "" Just like all the time's we have had the torie's in power for a long time , they just shit thing's up then Labour have to clean up again , 1945 spring's to mind ,also after Thatcherism too! Personally i don't want Labour to get in because the country is already three quarter's down the pan ! GB

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 15:11

Posted by: ena malcup (1498) 

Replied: 7th Jul 2022 at 15:59

 

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