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Post by alftupper » 12 Jan 2022, 21:20

Well, what do we all think? Every leader has a sell by date and maybe Boris is nearing his. Let us be grateful and acknowledge his many successes; preventing a Corbyn led Marxist government, getting Brexit done, record employment, a world leading Covid 19 vaccination program etc etc

For me the first priority of the Conservative Party is preventing Socialist government and with this in mind I think the time is near for a change at the top of the Party to ensure the huge House of Commons majority is not lost at the next General Election.

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Post by WF10 » 13 Jan 2022, 17:52

There isn't an opposition party even close to being considered 'Socialist'.
As well you know.
removed post it again and you will join them on a 48 hour ban read the AUP

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Post by CasAttack » 15 Jan 2022, 13:43

Can't see Johnson lasting much longer. If he does I think the tories will lose the next election. Whoever takes over if he does go will have a huge job in wining back the trust of the the public. Sunak? Truss? Hunt? Not a fan of any of them really. I wouldnt really call Starmers Labour socialist either. Think they are going down the Blair route of being middle ground. It'll be an interesting few months to come anyway.

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Post by Fumper27 » 15 Jan 2022, 18:58

All those calling for him to resign need to take a close look at themselves. I’d wager that 99.9% of them broke Covid lockdown rules at some point over the last two years.

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Post by old cas lass » 16 Jan 2022, 01:13

Fumper27 wrote: 15 Jan 2022, 18:58 All those calling for him to resign need to take a close look at themselves. I’d wager that 99.9% of them broke Covid lockdown rules at some point over the last two years.
Dint see you as a Tory fumper :o :P

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Post by Fumper27 » 16 Jan 2022, 08:44

old cas lass wrote: 16 Jan 2022, 01:13
Fumper27 wrote: 15 Jan 2022, 18:58 All those calling for him to resign need to take a close look at themselves. I’d wager that 99.9% of them broke Covid lockdown rules at some point over the last two years.
Dint see you as a Tory fumper :o :P
Not into politics OCL…just fed up of those “holier than thou” types, who’ve probably got new skeletons in their closets than the rest of us.

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Post by CasRus » 16 Jan 2022, 22:04

Let me say that I supported the Tories all along (sorry if that rankles a few Red voters !) and was looking forward to BoJo and his team getting us through Brexit into a much stronger position , however the huge cost of the Pandemic has stymied that effort considerably.

Choose what you think of the Tory effort to navigate around Covid , no party has had the privilege to have been cast into that awful position of recent times and whether you shut down or open up to balance the country going bankrupt has been the hardest decision for anyone to make - let's hope we can now escape this pandemic grip in the coming months.

In saying all that, the schoolboy errors and deceitful lies Bojo tried to cover up with on those blatant mistakes and treat the British Public as fools and that he expects us to accept his "brass neck" lacklustre apology, which was only in all fairness offered by him in being caught out yet again, does not and will not cut the mustard !

The mistakes and lies he has made are unforgivingly grim for anyone to accept in my book and he should do the decent thing by falling on his sword !!!! The total disregard for morality from Bojo and his No10 mob has been utterly disgusting and there needs to be a clearout of that No10 team also as, let's face it, they were all in party mode together while people died !!

As a Tory supporter I have been totally shocked and let down (as I assume the Northern Red Wall that gave him their support) as he should have lead by example to the rules he/they made ! I hope they are made an example of for any future power base thinking of trying to ride roughshod over the common people they represent !

Let's hope they are removed and a new Tory leader and team of ethical and moral standards are put into their places to deal with present day problems (note - as an aside, watch out for more problems coming with Russia and China now sabre rattling loud and clear on Ukraine and Taiwan issues that could potentially affect the whole world !).

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