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Who should be the next leader of the conservative party?

  • Boris

    Votes: 48 17.8%
  • Therese Coffey

    Votes: 3 1.1%
  • Rishi Sunak

    Votes: 107 39.8%
  • Penny Mourdant

    Votes: 31 11.5%
  • Ben Wallace

    Votes: 21 7.8%
  • Jeremy Hunt

    Votes: 4 1.5%
  • Mick Gove

    Votes: 1 0.4%
  • Suella Braverman

    Votes: 4 1.5%
  • Chris Grayling

    Votes: 11 4.1%
  • Matt Hancock

    Votes: 3 1.1%
  • Sir Graham Brady

    Votes: 6 2.2%
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg

    Votes: 18 6.7%
  • Dom Raab

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Nadine Dorries

    Votes: 11 4.1%
  • Pretty Patel

    Votes: 1 0.4%

  • Total voters
    269
  • Poll closed .

Uh_huh_him

Members
Sep 28, 2011
8,054
Those voting for Boris are on a wind up, surely?
I didn't read the poll correctly.
Voted on who will be the next conservative leader.

If he gets on the ticket he will win.
He has the influence to make sure he gets in the last 2.
Tory membership will overwhelmingly vote for him
 


nwgull

Members
Jul 25, 2003
12,313
Manchester
One definite positive of Johnson becoming PM again is that it massively increases the chances of an early GE. Even if he squirms out of the privileges committee there'll be more stuff to come, not to mention the possibility of red-wall conservative MPs crossing the floor.
 

southstandandy

WEST STAND ANDY
Jul 9, 2003
4,924
It has to be Larry

Larry 2.jpg
 

wellquickwoody

Many More Voting Years
Aug 10, 2007
12,986
Melbourne
Whoever can lose a GE fastest hopefully! The time for Labour is now, the Tories are electorally spent, the UK needs a change of direction.

In the short term why not Reece Mong, at least it would be funny!
 
May 12, 2009
18,798
One definite positive of Johnson becoming PM again is that it massively increases the chances of an early GE. Even if he squirms out of the privileges committee there'll be more stuff to come, not to mention the possibility of red-wall conservative MPs crossing the floor.
People seem to think he'll unite them but he is widely despised even in his own party and there has to be a chance of MPs crossing the floor, but at the least it will only sow more division.
 


vegster

Sanity Clause
May 5, 2008
27,126
Its amazing how fast the Tory party can shift the narrative when it comes to their own survival. Since Truss's resignation speech there has been a whirlwind of talk about the best person to bring about uniting "The Party ", who is the best leader to coalese around for the good of "The Party " and who would be able to get on with delivering "The Party " mandate going forward.....some talk of Government too but nowhere or rarely, has there been any mention of the suffering of the general populace at this time.. its all about them and their survival at all costs.

They will happily muddle through for the next 2 years as our country falls apart under the austerity to come. The system is broken when a government can treat its citizens so shamelessly.

This is only magnified by the insane suggestion that Johnson return to office. Absolute and ridiculous stupidity... he has a track record of lies, corruption and selfishness and might well be thrown out of his seat by the parliamentary investigation in to his, you guessed it, lies to parliament ! To hear some of the swivel eyed idiots praising his record and even adding " Don't forget, he nearly died of Covid " like it is some endorsement of ability is pitiful.

I think the warring Tory factions are going to drag us down for another 2 years of chaos and carnage before they can be voted out for a lifetime. What a terrible time to be alive.
 

Eric the meek

Bigga balls
Aug 24, 2020
2,811
Larry the cat has delivered his verdict, based on who would provide the best cuddles on the No. 10 sofa on a cold winter's evening:

Sunak: too boney.
Boris: too sweaty.
Mordaunt: Just right.
 


WATFORD zero

Members
Jul 10, 2003
22,066
The very idea that any of Johnson's cabal on the poll above would suddenly U-turn from everything they have been doing for the last 3 years in order to 'save the economy' (and also stumble across a huge portion of competence) is absolutely hilarious :lolol:

Almost as hilarious as some posters on here, after celebrating getting 5 years of what they voted for now becoming angry that they have another two years to go :dunce:
 

dejavuatbtn

Members
Aug 4, 2010
6,030
Henfield
Shame it’s only given Truss 44 days to bugger up the decorations at number 10. Oh well, if Johnson gets back in he’ll be able to blow another fortune on it.
Seriously though, can those who want him back be serious? Hasn’t the country been dragged down deep enough already?
 

Papa Lazarou

Living in a De Zerbi wonderland
Jul 7, 2003
17,933
Worthing
Shame it’s only given Truss 44 days to bugger up the decorations at number 10. Oh well, if Johnson gets back in he’ll be able to blow another fortune on it.
Seriously though, can those who want him back be serious? Hasn’t the country been dragged down deep enough already?
If I were here I'd be hard at work with wallpaper remover right now.
 

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