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Boris still not found dead in a ditch
on: November 05, 2019, 15:37:16 PM
Anyone else just a little bit disappointed by yet another failure? Seems his ability to fail is chronic.

If you want to criticize Jeremy Corbyn too, feel free to do so. I have done a lot of it over the last few months myself.

Then on to the real question, do you feel any of the present party leaders are worthy of being elected PM?

Note that Nicola Sturgeon might be leader of the SNP in Scotland but she's not in the UK parliament.

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Re: Boris still not found dead in a ditch
Reply #1 on: November 11, 2019, 23:52:19 PM
You could argue that none of them look like PM material, but I'm sure this has happened before in our history and the eventual winner ended being an ok (as far as they can be for a politician) PM.

Maybe it's more the fact that being the PM makes you a good leader, than being a good leader makes you PM?

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Re: Boris still not found dead in a ditch
Reply #2 on: November 12, 2019, 15:42:25 PM
I would agree with you to a point, but at the moment there is what are effectively bribes coming in from Russian businessmen, police reports being delayed and prosecutions sat on.

They seem to have some control of Boris, but TBH he looks better off playing with clay in a school than being PM in parliament. Austerity never worked yet they insist on continuing their failure, and I certainly do not trust them on the promises of more money for the NHS.

Jeremy Corbyn, while I do not mind most of his policies, we would be better off kick starting our economy again rather than continuing with austerity and giving the rich even more tax cuts. Then his Brexit stance is leave while his party is remain.

AS for Swinson, umm, voted with the Tories a bit too much for my preference and abstained on the voting to help protect the NHS.

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