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[Politics] Tory meltdown finally arrived [was: incoming]...


Anti-greed coalition
Jul 20, 2003
Well, if you look closely, you'll find that even he doesn't quite agree with that because, elsewhere in that statement, he says that he'd won the biggest majority in 50 years.

4 out of 9 elections in the 40 years resulted in a bigger majority

It's almost as if the **** just makes things up.

A retired car park attendant (me) has better grip on psephology than the last prime minister who acquired their position via a general election

That's f***ed up.
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Well-known member
Jun 3, 2004
Bath, Somerset.
Yet another example of how the Tories preach 'responsibility' to the rest of us, but never accept any themselves; always blame everyone else.

Similarly, bang on about 'parliamentary sovereignty', but show absolute contempt for Parliament when it takes decisions they don't like.

Doubtless this weekend the Tory press and Johnson's sycophantic supporters will tell us how 'a great man, who got Brexit done' was brought down by a 'deep state conspiracy', 'a vengeful pro-EU Establishment', or 'liberal elites in the civil service, media and universities'.
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St Leonards Seagull

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Jul 10, 2012


Legacy Fan
Aug 20, 2003
The blue on blue blood letting is spectacular.

And, there’s going to be a lot,lot more.
Throughout my lifetime the Conservative party has always had a sticking plaster over its European infected wounds.

Cameron had a peak at the pus seeping from the edges, Johnson ripped it off.

There is only so much salt and vinegar they can pour it whilst in power.

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