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Latest update :

Sunak 153
Johnson 76
Mordaunt 28

Since Midday :

Sunak +11
Johnson +2
Mordaunt +1

72% declared.


Edited by Willo (23 Oct 2022 4.24pm)

 

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Originally posted by Willo

Latest update :

Sunak 153
Johnson 76
Mordaunt 28

Since Midday :

Sunak +11
Johnson +2
Mordaunt +1

72% declared.


Edited by Willo (23 Oct 2022 4.24pm)

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View Forest Hillbilly's Profile Forest Hillbilly Flag in a hidey-hole 23 Oct 22 5.40pm Send a Private Message to Forest Hillbilly Add Forest Hillbilly as a friend

Originally posted by Eagle Black.

Not even the Tories can be stupid enough to bring back liar Boris.

As it stands Rishi looks like being the new kid on the block.

it's almost hilarious. The dogy lying fecker (and ousted because of this), who contributed massively to our current economic situation, is looking at good odds to be Prime Minister again.

But then another option is the even dodgier former Chancellor who gives tax-breaks to the rich and increases NI contributions for the workers. And his wife doesn't even pay UK tax.

The only point of interest for me, is how low they can actually go with this,...before a General Election is called / civil unrest.

 


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Originally posted by Forest Hillbilly

it's almost hilarious. The dogy lying fecker (and ousted because of this), who contributed massively to our current economic situation, is looking at good odds to be Prime Minister again.

But then another option is the even dodgier former Chancellor who gives tax-breaks to the rich and increases NI contributions for the workers. And his wife doesn't even pay UK tax.

The only point of interest for me, is how low they can actually go with this,...before a General Election is called / civil unrest.

Civil unrest like antifa you mean. The ones most of us feel should all die !

 

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croydon proud Flag Any european country i fancy! 23 Oct 22 5.47pm

Originally posted by Forest Hillbilly

it's almost hilarious. The dogy lying fecker (and ousted because of this), who contributed massively to our current economic situation, is looking at good odds to be Prime Minister again.

But then another option is the even dodgier former Chancellor who gives tax-breaks to the rich and increases NI contributions for the workers. And his wife doesn't even pay UK tax.

The only point of interest for me, is how low they can actually go with this,...before a General Election is called / civil unrest.

There was a big anti brexit march in London yesterday- massive- and not reported on the news! The chances of civil unrest in britain today is slim to none- the people could be presented with a licence to work tax- say 5k a year- and they would still swallow it with a shrug of the shoulders- "they are offering us to pay it in installments , after all"!

 

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Originally posted by croydon proud

There was a big anti brexit march in London yesterday- massive- and not reported on the news! The chances of civil unrest in britain today is slim to none- the people could be presented with a licence to work tax- say 5k a year- and they would still swallow it with a shrug of the shoulders- "they are offering us to pay it in installments , after all"!

Similar to lots of other marches, but they are about causes you don't care about or agree with.

 


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croydon proud Flag Any european country i fancy! 23 Oct 22 6.23pm

Originally posted by Forest Hillbilly

it's almost hilarious. The dogy lying fecker (and ousted because of this), who contributed massively to our current economic situation, is looking at good odds to be Prime Minister again.

But then another option is the even dodgier former Chancellor who gives tax-breaks to the rich and increases NI contributions for the workers. And his wife doesn't even pay UK tax.

The only point of interest for me, is how low they can actually go with this,...before a General Election is called / civil unrest.

I don"t mind marching for a great cause- but i insist it"s not in the week as I have to be back for eastenders- not on a saturday because I need to watch the football- and not on a Sunday because I now have 3 jobs to make ends meet- and have to be up at 3 am Monday morning!

 

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View Spiderman's Profile Spiderman Flag Horsham 23 Oct 22 6.32pm Send a Private Message to Spiderman Add Spiderman as a friend

Originally posted by Stirlingsays

All valid points.

However, we note that on all the financial decisions that affected the national debt levels Labour argued for more and harder measures that would have increased, not lowered debt.

You also would have spent Christmas in another lockdown.

Stirly
Donít let facts get in the way of a good Tory bashing.
Personally if Sunak gets in, I doubt I will vote again for any party. No one can be trusted and they certainly donít have the will of the people uppermost in their thoughts. Look at Brexit

Edited by Spiderman (23 Oct 2022 6.33pm)

 

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Originally posted by Spiderman

Stirly
Donít let facts get in the way of a good Tory bashing.
Personally if Sunak gets in, I doubt I will vote again for any party. No one can be trusted and they certainly donít have the will of the people uppermost in their thoughts. Look at Brexit

Edited by Spiderman (23 Oct 2022 6.33pm)

Indeedy.

 


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Originally posted by croydon proud

There was a big anti brexit march in London yesterday- massive- and not reported on the news! The chances of civil unrest in britain today is slim to none- the people could be presented with a licence to work tax- say 5k a year- and they would still swallow it with a shrug of the shoulders- "they are offering us to pay it in installments , after all"!

Because it is not of interest to most people, in the present climate? Just a load of saddos throwing their toys out of the pram. Shame it didnít p down imo

 

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croydon proud Flag Any european country i fancy! 23 Oct 22 7.10pm

Originally posted by Spiderman

Because it is not of interest to most people, in the present climate? Just a load of saddos throwing their toys out of the pram. Shame it didnít p down imo

The fact they are paying over the odds for food and eveything else however, because of brexit- does kind of grate with the people I see in the supermarket!

 

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croydon proud Flag Any european country i fancy! 23 Oct 22 7.12pm

Originally posted by Spiderman

Stirly
Donít let facts get in the way of a good Tory bashing.
Personally if Sunak gets in, I doubt I will vote again for any party. No one can be trusted and they certainly donít have the will of the people uppermost in their thoughts. Look at Brexit

Edited by Spiderman (23 Oct 2022 6.33pm)

But spider- don"t let the facts get in the way of reality- you NON CONservative !

 

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