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Bumbling Boris odds

What are the odds of BB losing this ebening's vote?

posted 1 month ago

posted 1 month ago

comment by Michael The Morb Morbius (U10026)
posted 3 minutes ago
Oscar’s Harvey Price.
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posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

comment by LukaBrasi COYS (U22178)
posted 1 hour, 37 minutes ago
Bozza sniffed alot during that interview...
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Hes been on the Colombian. Arching powder 5 days straight now.

posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Don't think there is much doubt his days are numbered after that vote.

posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

And now we get to watch the toxic Tories tear itself apart AGAIN!

Like rats in a sack.

posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

BBC:

‘The former Conservative leader Lord Hague has called on Boris Johnson to quit as PM, saying he has experienced a "greater level of rejection" than any of his predecessors.

Writing in the Times, the peer says that while Johnson survived the vote, "the damage done to his premiership is severe".

"Words have been said that cannot be retracted, reports published that cannot be erased, and votes have been cast that show a greater level of rejection than any Tory leader has ever endured and survived," he writes.

"Deep inside, he should recognise that, and turn his mind to getting out in a way that spares party and country such agonies and uncertainties."

As well as being Conservative leader for four years, Lord Hague is a former foreign secretary and leader of the House of Commons.

He noted he did not face a confidence vote while party leader from 1997 to 2001, saying he "would have regarded my position as completely untenable if more than a third of my MPs had ever voted against me".

"The nature of this particular revolt makes it qualitatively as well as quantitatively devastating," he writes.’

Some influential characters with a lot of experience calling for him to step down. I think those who have seen this several times before know what’s coming over the next few months, and what it’ll mean for the party.

posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

comment by Automatic For The People (U21889)
posted 1 hour, 7 minutes ago
And now we get to watch the toxic Tories tear itself apart AGAIN!

Like rats in a sack.
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it's like any football club. Most managers get sacked in the end. Boris has had the Boards dreaded vote of confidence, which usually ends up in the manager being sacked some time later.

The end is in sight and we can now watch all the posturing of the contenders as they fluff themselves up to appear as a credible leader/PM, without actually saying that its their intention to stand.

posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Boris Johnson? More like Boris Gonesoon!

posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 1 hour, 28 minutes ago
comment by Automatic For The People (U21889)
posted 1 hour, 7 minutes ago
And now we get to watch the toxic Tories tear itself apart AGAIN!

Like rats in a sack.
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it's like any football club. Most managers get sacked in the end. Boris has had the Boards dreaded vote of confidence, which usually ends up in the manager being sacked some time later.

The end is in sight and we can now watch all the posturing of the contenders as they fluff themselves up to appear as a credible leader/PM, without actually saying that its their intention to stand.
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It's going to be fun watching the slow death of his reign whilst the Tories self implode. Couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch of people.

posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/jun/07/rebel-tories-plan-vote-strikes-to-capitalise-on-pms-weakened-position

Bring it.

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