Started by Michael Rolls, June 24, 2022, 06:56:49 AM
Quote from: hugh on June 24, 2022, 08:17:39 AMWith bye elections Mike it was pretty much to be expected. One seat was a Labour party strong hold only lent to get Brexit done. Oliver Dowden resigning, he was expected to be removed soon. Now its a matter of wait and see but Boris has done a good job so far. Remainers really are trying to remove Boris.
Quote from: hugh on June 24, 2022, 08:17:39 AMWith bye elections Mike it was pretty much to be expected.
Quote from: Cassandra on June 24, 2022, 01:42:08 PMBoris is driven principally by his zealot Green zero ideology and his Londoncentric thinking. His contrite statements this morning about "listening to voters" is ignored these days for the unsafe sophistry that it is.The longer he stays the better it is for the opposition from both sides.For one moment can you ever believe he would;1) Pull the UK of the ECHR, so the UK controls it's own borders?2) Issue notice to the EU under article 16 of the Treaty to rid us of the Northern Ireland restraints?3) Scrap the 25% green taxes and VAT on Electricity and Gas?4) Give Sturgeon the referendum and call her bluff once and for all?The answers are No, No, No and No and thats why he will lose the Tories the next General Election ...
Quote from: hugh on June 25, 2022, 01:47:43 PMMy view is he should stay put, he his far better leader than Sharmer and no one stands out to replace Boris. Still a lot of remainers on the back benches who would like to see the back of him. A lot of the red wall seats will ended up back with Labour which is to be expected. Boris so far done a very good job as PM so the only reason party gate gone on so long they have nothing else to get their teeth into.
Quote from: Alex on June 25, 2022, 05:23:35 PMNo doubt it will be a remainer who replaces Boris..
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