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TOPIC: Boris out.
#192675
Boris out. 4 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
Someone found by the Supreme Court to have "acted unlawfully" has broken the law and is therefore a criminal. Can he remain in Number 10? Can the Met avoid arresting him and questioning him under caution?
 
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#192676
Jo

Re:Boris out. 4 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
He's bad enough, but if he goes, who will replace him? Rees-Mogg? Raab? Patel? Farage after an election? It doesn't bear thinking about.

Farage has changed his tune on prorogation. He's now trying to make political capital from the court ruling by criticising prorogation, after questioning the Scottish court ruling that it was unlawful. What a snake.

24 September:

"The calling of a Queen's Speech and prorogation is the worst political decision ever. Dominic Cummings must go."
twitter.com/Nigel_Farage/status/1176436372045029376

11 September (2 days after prorogation):

"How can a Queen’s Speech be unlawful? The establishment will stop at nothing to frustrate the will of the people"

twitter.com/Nigel_Farage/status/1171758506845884416
 
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#192699
wyot

Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Someone found by the Supreme Court to have "acted unlawfully" has broken the law and is therefore a criminal. Can he remain in Number 10? Can the Met avoid arresting him and questioning him under caution?

I think he can remain in Number Ten and this reveals an appalling reality about the mess we are in and the calibre of our MPs.

No one has a f******* clue what to do. We are bereft of leaders who can or will dare lead beyond a sound bite. I am so tired of hearing that Brexit was a "democratic" decision; well barely, and based on a bullshit campaign sans reality or facts.

The Brexit campaign was deliberately disingenuous demagogury coupling feverishly with the concept of "democracy" to divert and lend credibility to a misguided small minded ideology.

The issue of this coupling is the swivel-eyed, dribbling impersonation of a parliament we have seen today....

I want to leave this country...

It is embarrassing...
 
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#192706
Randall

Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
wyot wrote:
I am so tired of hearing that Brexit was a "democratic" decision; well barely, and based on a bullshit campaign sans reality or facts.

The Brexit campaign was deliberately disingenuous demagogury coupling feverishly with the concept of "democracy" to divert and lend credibility to a misguided small minded ideology.


Well said, wyot.
 
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#192711
md

Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
It's like being stuck for a long time in a train carriage not knowing when the train will move again. Even a direct announcement from a real, live human voice informing everyone that nobody has a clue what is going on is better than nothing at all. At least it brings a reality to the situation and demonstrates acceptance of responsibility. Without an acknowledgement, the buck simply gets passed along. The atmosphere can rapidly become charged with the same kind of silent tension evident before a weather storm. Who is going to crack first under the strain of collective emotional build-up? It might bring some kind of relief when others start snapping. But should those who succumb to the pressure be held entirely responsible for the fiasco?
 
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#192715
Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
I agree with Jo. We might as well stick with Boris, because the same thing will happen whoever is in charge.
 
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#192719
Barney

Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
wyot wrote:
I am so tired of hearing that Brexit was a "democratic" decision

But the referendim was democratically and legally conducted.

With a clear decision, albeit based on a small majority.

As usual - political parties had their own views, take and opinions - on relevant aspects.

Just as they do in General Elections. The UK electorate is well used to disingenuous politicians, on all sides.

It's noteworthy that the small minded ideologists were in the majority!


Should we just ignore them - and, perhaps, do something else entirely?


 
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#192731
wyot

Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
I do understand the straight answer re democracy and brexit Barney. I just think that a slim outcome based on palpable untruths and because remainers ran a weak campaign that did not extol the positives, that the people were voting in. state of largely ignorance...
 
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#192748
Barney

Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
Democracy is the only option - adhered to in most countries.

The argument that the people were lied to - is nebulous.

Media coverage provides the information required.

MP's usually see less than 100 constituets on a good week!

Brexit is wrong, but the choice of the majority.


 
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#192755
Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
Welcome Conservatives to Manchester and good luck with this.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7513397...-tied-robbed-ex.html
 
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#192796
Patrick

Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
I quite enjoyed hearing the protesters chanting "Johnson Out! Johnson Out!"
a mass call for indecent exposure is more amusing than one for the sacking of the enormous dick.
 
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#192797
Barney

Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Mr Corbyn would be better, you think?


 
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#192798
Re:Boris out. 3 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Personally although I strongly disagree with many of his policies and am basically a Capitalist, I think Jeremy would be 100 times better as PM than Boris.
 
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