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7 minutes ago, david555 said:

Keep reading …. up to now already 4 Conservatives MP are asking his resignation , some are leading figures …., and it is only 10.13 clock in U.K. some Conservative MP's are still  on their breakfast …...

 

I'm sure that number will grow. I doubt Cummings has very many friends outside of the PM's inner circle. 

 

Even if they don't get him out, it will weaken his position a bit.

 

They ain't doing it out of morality or a sense of right!

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1 hour ago, evadgib said:

Since when has sacking-by-media been the norm & how did it not apply when Abbacus bailed her son out etc?

What's the story about Priti Patel's son?

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With this intense feeding frenzy from all quarters there can only be one result. 

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17 minutes ago, jimmyswale said:

Peston quoting a senior unattributed cabinet minster that if the Durham Police's story of the second trip stands up then it's probably curtains for Dom. Starmer and Labour would no doubt hope he stays on at the moment at least well into next week. 

Durham Police are sailing very close to the wind if any of the nonsense attributed to them proves to have been leaked as suspected. IMSC they were the worst performing force in the entire Kingdom by some considerable margin during a recent inspection & the last thing they need is more flack from the likes of the ICO or HMICFRS if they haven't dotted the I's or crossed the T's.

 

The media can stand by their beds too if they're found to have been telling porkies, again 🙄

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13 minutes ago, Mavideol said:

let's see if I get it right.... because the tories have a 80 seat lead and because some people have not been nice to him/them they can brake the law and do as they please...  and they call it democracy 555

Should you chose the Boris regime over your children then that is a matter for your conscience, nobody but you can chose, I just know what I would do, my children come first every time.

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2 minutes ago, Mavideol said:

the fact of the matter or the matter of fact is they knew they had broken the rules and took the initiative to resig

 

The fact of the matter is Scotland's former chief medical office said she wouldn't resign, and only did so after having a subsequent discussion with Scotland's First Minister. So, no she certainly didn't take any initiative.

 

The Professor may be more worried about the impending fall out from his adultery, for him and his married lover. Certainly doubt he's worried about morals and right from wrong.

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19 hours ago, vogie said:

Taking care of your family is not a crime. To put it a different way if one of your family members was ill, or in a crisis, I am sure you wouldn't say 'I'd better not go see them because Boris says', you would be on the A1 faster than a rat up a drainpipe.

The exception that proves the rule

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6 minutes ago, Mavideol said:

not worth an answer... just hope the other (millions of) UK citizens with children will not follow his example

Family is for life

(Think about it)

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