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[Politics] Liz Truss **RESIGNS 20/10/2022**



Lyndhurst 14

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Jan 16, 2008
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That ridiculous, clueless woman has add another £30 Billion to the national debt
 

WATFORD zero

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That ridiculous, clueless woman has add another £30 Billion to the national debt
I certainly wouldn't argue that with you that she was clueless, but her and Kwasi's little faux pas, pales into insignificance compared to the long term damage Johnson and his cabal (with his deputy Rishi :facepalm: ) have managed :shrug:
 

sparkie

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Jul 17, 2003
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Absolutely terrible Prime Minister.

Should live out her days now in shame.

What's she done this time ?
 


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Thick Lizzie has apparently got the opportunity to supply names of worthy people to be given honours, as a reward for being booted out of office after a few weeks.

I wonder if she'll nominate a relative for something, like Johnson has done?
 

nicko31

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Jan 7, 2010
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Thick Lizzie has apparently got the opportunity to supply names of worthy people to be given honours, as a reward for being booted out of office after a few weeks.

I wonder if she'll nominate a relative for something, like Johnson has done?
Mark Littlewood from the IEA is rumoured to be in line for a peerage, thoroughly deserved for guiding Lizz through our economic perils
 


clapham_gull

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Aug 20, 2003
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Mark Littlewood from the IEA is rumoured to be in line for a peerage, thoroughly deserved for guiding Lizz through our economic perils

Can anyone answer the question:

What is the relationship between the IEA, canned chicken meat and Sussex.
 

GT49er

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Feb 1, 2009
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I certainly wouldn't argue that with you that she was clueless, but her and Kwasi's little faux pas, pales into insignificance compared to the long term damage Johnson and his cabal (with his deputy Rishi :facepalm: ) have managed :shrug:
The difference, my dear old fruitcake who thinks some of us believe in unicorns, is that Johnson (for all his faults, and they are many) delivered on the core policy on which he was elected. Much to the annoyance, admittedly, of the chatterati, most of NSC, and the Londoncentric denizens of Westminster and Whitehall who pulled every stunt in the book to thwart him implementing the referendum, as they'd thwarted Theresa May. Liz Truss, on the other hand, was voted in by Tory members in the deepest darkest depths of the Shires who solely voted for the one who wasn't black (well, OK, brownish, albeit with a smart suit and tie and speaking proper).



.....................innit. :wink::ROFLMAO:
 

Baldseagull

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The difference, my dear old fruitcake who thinks some of us believe in unicorns, is that Johnson (for all his faults, and they are many) delivered on the core policy on which he was elected. Much to the annoyance, admittedly, of the chatterati, most of NSC, and the Londoncentric denizens of Westminster and Whitehall who pulled every stunt in the book to thwart him implementing the referendum, as they'd thwarted Theresa May. Liz Truss, on the other hand, was voted in by Tory members in the deepest darkest depths of the Shires who solely voted for the one who wasn't black (well, OK, brownish, albeit with a smart suit and tie and speaking proper).



.....................innit. :wink::ROFLMAO:
Boris Johnson was one of those that thwarted Theresa May, because he said he could not accept a border in the Irish Sea, he then created a border in the Irish Sea with his deal. Genius.
 


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The difference, my dear old fruitcake who thinks some of us believe in unicorns, is that Johnson (for all his faults, and they are many) delivered on the core policy on which he was elected. Much to the annoyance, admittedly, of the chatterati, most of NSC, and the Londoncentric denizens of Westminster and Whitehall who pulled every stunt in the book to thwart him implementing the referendum, as they'd thwarted Theresa May. Liz Truss, on the other hand, was voted in by Tory members in the deepest darkest depths of the Shires who solely voted for the one who wasn't black (well, OK, brownish, albeit with a smart suit and tie and speaking proper).



.....................innit. :wink::ROFLMAO:


Nonsense. His deliverance is like 'get a man on the moon' deliverance.

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I always found him amusing, if untrustworthy. To imagine he has actually achieved something is deluded.

Here is another: He promised to buy you a car - and he did!

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The difference, my dear old fruitcake who thinks some of us believe in unicorns, is that Johnson (for all his faults, and they are many) delivered on the core policy on which he was elected. Much to the annoyance, admittedly, of the chatterati, most of NSC, and the Londoncentric denizens of Westminster and Whitehall who pulled every stunt in the book to thwart him implementing the referendum, as they'd thwarted Theresa May. Liz Truss, on the other hand, was voted in by Tory members in the deepest darkest depths of the Shires who solely voted for the one who wasn't black (well, OK, brownish, albeit with a smart suit and tie and speaking proper).



.....................innit. :wink::ROFLMAO:

Amongst a large number of things you very obviously don't understand is that it wasn't "the chatterati, most of NSC, and the Londoncentric denizens of Westminster and Whitehall" that thwarted May.

it was actually Johnson & co :facepalm:

Maybe it would be for the best if you left this thinking stuff to others :lolol:
 
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Hamilton

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Her right hand man it seems is still well and truly available for hire.

Brilliant interview from Kwasi...


He comes across as so dim and desperate.

How did he ever get to a position of power?
 


WATFORD zero

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He comes across as so dim and desperate.

How did he ever get to a position of power?

I did warn what would happen when his appointment was announced the day after the rest of the cabinet re-shuffle nearly 4 years ago :shrug:

Kwasi Kwarteng was, this morning, appointed Minister of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. He will also attend Cabinet.

He would have been appointed yesterday, but didn't realise that amongst his responsibilities as a minister in DExEU was keeping his phone turned on so that people could contact him when needed.

Just about sums up the level of Brexiteer that Johnson is now having to appoint to make up the numbers for his Cabinet :facepalm:


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A mixture of shagging, being in the right place at the right time and desperation from the cabal, allegedly :wink:
 
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rogersix

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The difference, my dear old fruitcake who thinks some of us believe in unicorns, is that Johnson (for all his faults, and they are many) delivered on the core policy on which he was elected. Much to the annoyance, admittedly, of the chatterati, most of NSC, and the Londoncentric denizens of Westminster and Whitehall who pulled every stunt in the book to thwart him implementing the referendum, as they'd thwarted Theresa May. Liz Truss, on the other hand, was voted in by Tory members in the deepest darkest depths of the Shires who solely voted for the one who wasn't black (well, OK, brownish, albeit with a smart suit and tie and speaking proper).



.....................innit. :wink::ROFLMAO:
:laugh:
 


Deportivo Seagull

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Jul 22, 2003
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The difference, my dear old fruitcake who thinks some of us believe in unicorns, is that Johnson (for all his faults, and they are many) delivered on the core policy on which he was elected. Much to the annoyance, admittedly, of the chatterati, most of NSC, and the Londoncentric denizens of Westminster and Whitehall who pulled every stunt in the book to thwart him implementing the referendum, as they'd thwarted Theresa May. Liz Truss, on the other hand, was voted in by Tory members in the deepest darkest depths of the Shires who solely voted for the one who wasn't black (well, OK, brownish, albeit with a smart suit and tie and speaking proper).



.....................innit. :wink::ROFLMAO:
Have you ever considered a career in stand up?
 

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