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19-06-2017, 12:41 PM
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Theresa -v- Boris: The battle to be PM

I watched a very interesting programme on BBC2 last evening. It showed just how a duplicitous bunch of barstewards the scumbag 'nasty party' are.
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19-06-2017, 12:48 PM
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Do you ever watch anything interesting ?
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19-06-2017, 03:59 PM
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What a great TV Program.

Using actors to fill the roles of all the candidates, this tells the story of TM winning the PM Role.

The Actors just fill the gaps, and play the roles, whilst the real backroom teams of all of the candidates tell us of the words, and moods, of all the key players at the time.

What looks like real truth, the whole time, is actually a long way from what I had thought about the various candidates.

The actions to force MPs to support a preferred candidate was very interesting to watch.

My original perception was that May & Leasom were nice people and that Gove & Boris were the opposite.

That's a laugh after watching this!!!

It's still on Catch up - Sunday - BBC2 "Theresa v Boris - "How May became PM"

Staggering!
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19-06-2017, 05:25 PM
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A simple statement of fact.

If either Boris or Corbyn become PM I am leaving .

I will retain a small house in the UK, in Swansea, close to the Itchy Pussy.

The best bass fishing mark in the UK.

That will be for one day short of six months, the rest of the year I will be abroad, in Poland, living the life of Riley and paying tax there.


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19-06-2017, 05:38 PM
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The problem with most of these documentary/ Drama things is they are part fact and part fiction. This was no different and left the viewer with difficulty distinguishing fact from fiction. I thought it was a very poor portrayal of the people concerned.
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Re: Theresa -v- Boris: The battle to be PM

Originally Posted by swimfeeders View Post
Hi

A simple statement of fact.

If either Boris or Corbyn become PM I am leaving .

I will retain a small house in the UK, in Swansea, close to the Itchy Pussy.

The best bass fishing mark in the UK.

That will be for one day short of six months, the rest of the year I will be abroad, in Poland, living the life of Riley and paying tax there.
So much for democracy, you will be missed....by your disciples.
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