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British PM May resigns, paving way for Brexit confrontation with EU


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29 minutes ago, billd766 said:

How do you know that he will be the new PM?

 

The old one has not left yet and there may well be more than one contender.

 

  David  Cameron should return ,  and lead the enlightened UK electorate .

      

 

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18 minutes ago, billd766 said:

How do you know that he will be the new PM?

 

The old one has not left yet and there may well be more than one contender.

Well he did once pen a poem about Turkey president Erdogan entitled the Wankera from Ankara then made him foreign secretary

so just lie a lot and the PM's job is in the bag🤔 

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35 minutes ago, AGareth2 said:

who is the October horse?

I had to look that up as I have never heard the term before.

 

Thank you for adding to my store of information.

 

Google can be your friend.

 

I would have used the term sacrificial goat which probably applies to Boris.

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2 hours ago, darksidedog said:

Given the depth of the internal disagreement within parties, the position could be considered akin to a poisoned chalice.

Exactly right and she tried to find a way through but was stymied at every turn...........and as for that plonker Corbyn, well a disgusting creature IMO.

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1 hour ago, fishtank said:

Boris Johnson? Do we really need a serial liar as PM?

 

Nicholas Whyte 🇪🇺 (‪@nwbrux‬)

24/5/19, 16:42

Glorious new bit of Flemish vocabulary for me from ‪@destandaard‬ profile of Boris Johnson today: “tafelspringer”, which combines the concepts of trouble-maker, show-off and smart-alec, as in someone who jumps onto a table to tell everyone how clever they are.

 pic.twitter.com/idnSrXMdUR

 

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2 hours ago, Momofarang said:

Don't think she will remembered, since her successor (BJ) will make history by starting a war against Europe.

She will be remembered, whether in a good light or not depends on who follows.

 

In her defense she was given an impossible task (Maybe John Wick could have pulled it off) but the prosecution would say she was an appalling Home Secretary & should never have been PM.

 

I agree with the latter... But nobody else would stand up at the time & (IMHO) were waiting until things couldn't get much worse before playing their hand... 

 

 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Briggsy said:

Lord! About time. Why not today? Why June 7th? Resign Now! Go, in God's name, go now!

Its because she wants to get orange Don's autograph on his impending state visit for her memoirs/condolences 🤔 

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Bloomberg Brexit (‪@Brexit‬)

24/5/19, 19:35

Here's a summary of where we are now after Theresa May's statement: – We still don't know what Brexit means – Britain now has a caretaker prime minister – The drama is just starting bloom.bg/2HOSq7i

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Well unfortunately  she won't be remembered for  good leadership who as PM withdrew article 50.  That praise will go to somebody else, whoever that may be, after the inevitable general election and second referendum.

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