View Poll Results: Who should be the next Prime Minister?

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    You probably don't know where it is either pal....
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      USA seems to be gearing up for a war with Iran. We need a trade deal with the US, so sort of guessing we will be heavily involved. Maybe it will cut unemployment anyway.
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      I genuinely don’t believe we have a leader in waiting that can stop Brexit now. Boris is spouting on about a no deal being pretty much inevitable, which is probably true but it’s so clear he’s implying it’s a cert so that when he makes a total Barrymore of the last dregs of negotiations, he has pre-excused himself.
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      Who'd really want to join a club that was 97% white British, 70% male, 40% aged 65 or higher, 86% ABC1 (middle class, white collar) It'd just be embarrassing for most normal people who wouldn't want the stigma.
      That sounds rather like the Brighton fanbase.
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      I genuinely don’t believe we have a leader in waiting that can stop Brexit now. Boris is spouting on about a no deal being pretty much inevitable, which is probably true but it’s so clear he’s implying it’s a cert so that when he makes a total Barrymore of the last dregs of negotiations, he has pre-excused himself.
      I wouldn't be particularly worried whoever gets in. (Although Rory Stewart pushing TM's deal would be implementable, but our wonderful sovereign parliament may have something to say about that )

      They won't go 'no deal' as there is currently no border posts in NI, No lorry parks at any port in Britain, No IT infrastructure or systems on which to run the 'WTO rules' on which we are supposedly going to trade and no trained staff to operate any of the processes. (And none of these will be in place by October 31st). So, even if they really wanted to, they cant.

      If they want to renegotiate, there may be a problem as Baldseagull pointed out some while back

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      The EU will not give ground for two reasons, Firstly, they don't believe that we would leave without a deal, and in any case, there is strong evidence that Parliament would not allow it, Secondly, the EU negotiating team has packed up, the last EU Parliament is over, the new one has to arrange itself in groups, the next President needs to be elected, the commission needs to be chosen and the new EU Commission does not begin until November, after our supposed exit date, so it's going to be bloody hard to find anyone to negotiate with.

      They are pretty much all deluded, or deluding their colleagues, if they are saying they can get something significantly different than what is on offer, whoever gets the job is going to have to go to the EU and ask for a long extension whilst we have a general election or second referendum, or persuade their colleagues to pass Mays withdrawal agreement, with perhaps a few tweaks to the Political Declaration if they can find anyone in the EU to talk to and agree to put it to the other 27.
      So really, all any future PM can do is go with TM's deal or Fudge.

      I wonder what flavour of fudge our friends @Baker lite @Is it PotG? @The Rivet @pork pie @Pretty pink fairy @Two Professors etc would prefer on October 31st ?

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      Or maybe they will all leave the EU unilaterally on October 31st
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      I wouldn't be particularly worried whoever gets in. (Although Rory Stewart pushing TM's deal would be implementable, but our wonderful sovereign parliament may have something to say about that )

      They won't go 'no deal' as there is currently no border posts in NI, No lorry parks at any port in Britain, No IT infrastructure or systems on which to run the 'WTO rules' on which we are supposedly going to trade and no trained staff to operate any of the processes. (And none of these will be in place by October 31st). So, even if they really wanted to, they cant.

      If they want to renegotiate, there may be a problem as Baldseagull pointed out some while back



      So really, all any future PM can do is go with TM's deal or Fudge.

      I wonder what flavour of fudge our friends @Baker lite @Is it PotG? @The Rivet @pork pie @Pretty pink fairy @Two Professors etc would prefer on October 31st ?

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      Or maybe they will all leave the EU unilaterally on October 31st
      Ah,Watford zero answers spouting his regurgitated rubbish again.Utterly clueless,as nobody 'ITK' has spoken to him since 2016,and just sounds like a stuck record.Hopefully,will follow Mr. Burns down into obscurity in November.Wonder who he will come back as?

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      If you have mental problems,it might be good manners to tell me before you start the abuse.Thank you.
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      I wonder what flavour of fudge our friends @Baker lite @Is it PotG? @The Rivet @pork pie @Pretty pink fairy @Two Professors etc would prefer on October 31st ?


      A good old finger will do me nicely ta.

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      Ah,Watford zero answers spouting his regurgitated rubbish again.Utterly clueless,as nobody 'ITK' has spoken to him since 2016,and just sounds like a stuck record.Hopefully,will follow Mr. Burns down into obscurity in November.Wonder who he will come back as?

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      If you actually linked to the sources you quote, rather than creating a jpeg of the first few lines you would see

      Figures seen by BBC's Newsnight have suggested that many UK businesses "are not even close to being ready".

      The discovery came after the HMRC launched the Transitional Simplified Procedures scheme in February, aimed at easing imports in the event of the UK leaving the customs union and single market abruptly.

      Fewer than 10% of the firms estimated to require the status had applied for it as of 26 May, Newsnight found.


      https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-48631741

      From the very article you are quoting. You really are the gift that keeps giving

      Still afraid the Internet gremlins will get you if you put a link in ?

      And I suspect the fact that the Director General of HMRC's Brexit border delivery group, decided to take unexpected early retirement last week, may indicate that 'no deal' Brexit planning may be less advanced than you think and the government is claiming. (She was the lead official responsible for the cross government 'no deal' planning involving police, ports, customs and freight interests).
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      A good old finger will do me nicely ta.

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      I had heard that rumour

      But trust me, there will be plenty to go round, whoever gets in
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      Oh Blimey; some things never change on dear old NSC.
      Each side slagging off the other lot and getting nasty with it.
      I don't think this is about left v right slagging each other off; this is about Boris Johnson and his suitability to be PM. I'm no Tory but I wouldn't have any complaints about Gove or Hunt being elected leader and PM. They've both proved themselves to be more than competent cabinet ministers, in fact, I'd say Gove has been excellent one (apart from at education).

      This is purely about Johnson and the fact that he is such a mendacious, indolent, duplicitous, dissembling nasty piece of work
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