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08-09-2019, 09:13 AM
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I reckon it will be a BRINO
Cynical carreerist move by Amber Rudd. Actually helps BoJo with his shallow threat of no deal to EU making out that we are “preparing” for no deal. LOL.
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08-09-2019, 10:29 AM
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Originally Posted by AnnieS ->
I reckon it will be a BRINO
Not that l want one AnnieS, but l think they will try to
foist one on us just to give us the illusion of brexit?
So you are probably right as it seems par for the course!

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08-09-2019, 10:46 AM
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The worrying thing is that Boris has split the Tory Party.

We could end up with the worst of all outcomes, Remaining and Corbyn.
That's what John O'Donnell seems to think too. He was very confident in his interview with Andrew Marr this morning whereas Sajid Javid did the usual politician's trait by avoiding all questions. Amber Rudd just sat there being stroppy as always going nowhere in what she said.
If O'Donnell was running the Labour Party instead of Corbyn they would definitely get in.
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08-09-2019, 11:04 AM
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Rudd will be no loss, unity and loyalty are what is require in a cabinet not dissent.

It is becoming clear Johnson is playing the long game, he is many moves ahead of most of us and for his plan to work he needs strong people around him. I will watch with interest and wish him luck.
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08-09-2019, 11:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Floydy ->
That's what John O'Donnell seems to think too. He was very confident in his interview with Andrew Marr this morning whereas Sajid Javid did the usual politician's trait by avoiding all questions. Amber Rudd just sat there being stroppy as always going nowhere in what she said.
If O'Donnell was running the Labour Party instead of Corbyn they would definitely get in.
I never thought of that Floydy?
Do you think it could happen though? But the way things are
at the moment anything can happen?

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08-09-2019, 11:11 AM
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I never thought of that Floydy?
Do you think it could happen though? But the way things are
at the moment anything can happen?

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No because Corbyn won't step down and O'Donnell is too loyal towards him.
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08-09-2019, 11:47 AM
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No because Corbyn won't step down and O'Donnell is too loyal towards him.
No hope for labour then eh?
Thats good news at the moment!!

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08-09-2019, 12:30 PM
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No hope for labour then eh?
Thats good news at the moment!!

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Yes it's sad, Donkeyman. As a working class man from the north of England I think I'm typical of the confusion we face up here. People who have voted for Labour all their lives because of the 'old ideal' that the word 'Labour' means 'Work' isn't the case anymore (and hasn't been since Tony Bliar took over), we cannot vote for them in the present climate.
True, Corbyn is 'old school' but he is too old school, stuck in the dark ages and nobody wants that desperate situation again.
So the previously loyal Labour voters here either (a) don't vote at all, (b) vote Lib Dem or Brexit or (c) are so stuck in their ways that they vote Labour anyway - but those are usually the ones who don't read the papers or watch the news, i.e. the ignorant ones who blindly go through life expecting whoever is in charge to "look after them".
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08-09-2019, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Floydy ->
Yes it's sad, Donkeyman. As a working class man from the north of England I think I'm typical of the confusion we face up here. People who have voted for Labour all their lives because of the 'old ideal' that the word 'Labour' means 'Work' isn't the case anymore (and hasn't been since Tony Bliar took over), we cannot vote for them in the present climate.
True, Corbyn is 'old school' but he is too old school, stuck in the dark ages and nobody wants that desperate situation again.
So the previously loyal Labour voters here either (a) don't vote at all, (b) vote Lib Dem or Brexit or (c) are so stuck in their ways that they vote Labour anyway - but those are usually the ones who don't read the papers or watch the news, i.e. the ignorant ones who blindly go through life expecting whoever is in charge to "look after them".

I also think in a general election labour supporters will just not vote at all.
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08-09-2019, 12:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Meg ->
Rudd will be no loss, unity and loyalty are what is require in a cabinet not dissent.

It is becoming clear Johnson is playing the long game, he is many moves ahead of most of us and for his plan to work he needs strong people around him. I will watch with interest and wish him luck.
Me too .....
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