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Bye bye Boris
Set to resign today
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Media reporting this morning he is set to resign today, who to take over ?
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#2
My money's on another lying, cheating, groping Tory.
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Be interesting to see if, whoever it is, tries to distance themselves from the absolute shower of shit that is/was Boris's cabinet.. or whether it'll just be the same old useless arselickers just mixed up a bit
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(07-07-2022, 09:21 AM)RyCamp88 Wrote: Media reporting this morning he is set to resign today, who to take over ?

Not sure who I want to take over, but it's clear the Tories need to clean house. Prob should be a woman then, cos they're good at cleaning and that kind of stuff.

Kidding, of course. As a side note, does anyone else find Sajid Javid really attractive?
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Excuse me for asking, shit's absolutely bananas across the pond too, but what the fuck is going on over there? I know about the TERFs and such, but Boris resigning is new to me.

Has Britain always had a pretty volatile prime minister pool?
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(07-07-2022, 03:34 PM)Bangle1 Wrote: Kidding, of course. As a side note, does anyone else find Sajid Javid really attractive?

Erm, no. More of a Raab man myself…
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So he's resigned as Conservative Party Leader but won't go as Prime Minister?   Loon

How does that work then?
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(08-07-2022, 01:33 PM)adidas Wrote: So he's resigned as Conservative Party Leader but won't go as Prime Minister?   Loon

How does that work then?
It's how it works. The PM resigns as leader of their party so the party can have a leadership election. The incumbent PM stays until the successor is found. This is because the PM role always has to be filled. This has always happened throughout history.
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(07-07-2022, 05:43 PM)Heinrich Wrote: Excuse me for asking, shit's absolutely bananas across the pond too, but what the fuck is going on over there? I know about the TERFs and such, but Boris resigning is new to me.

Has Britain always had a pretty volatile prime minister pool?
In a word, no. The volatile one is Boris himself. He truly doesn’t give a shit about anything. In 2004 Boris published an article taking the piss out of Scousers/Liverpudlians, at the same time as a Scouse guy was murdered by Islamist terrorists.

As a much more junior MP, he was ordered to travel to Liverpool and apologise in person. He copped a load of shit (quite rightly), and the biggest bite back came from the brother of the murder victim (I can’t remember exactly what he said, but it amounted to Boris being a piece of shit, and complete waste of space).

That’s probably the only time in his life when he was made to publicly apologise for something he’d written or done. It’s foreign territory to him.

The best analogy stateside, would be when Congress impeached a POTUS, but he decided to hang on in the White House. Mind you, that nearly happened too
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(08-07-2022, 11:22 PM)random123 Wrote:
(08-07-2022, 01:33 PM)adidas Wrote: So he's resigned as Conservative Party Leader but won't go as Prime Minister?   Loon

How does that work then?
It's how it works. The PM resigns as leader of their party so the party can have a leadership election. The incumbent PM stays until the successor is found. This is because the PM role always has to be filled. This has always happened throughout history.
Just someone has to be Prime Minister (in case we need some Prime Ministering doing), doesn't have to be Johnson, doesn't even have to be a Tory (or even an MP) just someone who can command the support of parliament.

And I don't think any previous Prime Minister has had to resign in such disgrace. He's now just hanging around Downing Street like a bad fart from yesterday's vindaloo (Jonathan Pie's video is absolutely brilliant).
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(08-07-2022, 11:22 PM)random123 Wrote:
(08-07-2022, 01:33 PM)adidas Wrote: So he's resigned as Conservative Party Leader but won't go as Prime Minister?   Loon

How does that work then?
It's how it works. The PM resigns as leader of their party so the party can have a leadership election. The incumbent PM stays until the successor is found. This is because the PM role always has to be filled. This has always happened throughout history.

I thought that was why we had a Deputy PM!
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(07-07-2022, 05:43 PM)Heinrich Wrote: Has Britain always had a pretty volatile prime minister pool?

It's my understanding that Westminster is even worse than Washington, DC.
A difference is that in Britain a party will ax it's own PM while in the U.S. it won't ax its own president.  (An exception was with Nixon, but back in the 1970s the Republicans were more ethical than they are today.)

(07-07-2022, 05:57 PM)Welsh Cake Wrote:
(07-07-2022, 03:34 PM)Bangle1 Wrote: Kidding, of course. As a side note, does anyone else find Sajid Javid really attractive?

Erm, no. More of a Raab man myself…

Not bad (Raab).

Rishi Sunak ain't bad to look at either.

(09-07-2022, 12:02 AM)jumbler Wrote: The best analogy stateside, would be when Congress impeached a POTUS, but he decided to hang on in the White House. Mind you, that nearly happened too

It did happen, TWICE!  (Jan. 6 was unrelated to Trump's two impeachments)
Trump was impeached and acquitted both times.
You have to understand that impeachment (of the POTUS) is inherently a political process, not a legal one.

(09-07-2022, 08:48 AM)cochineal Wrote: Just someone has to be Prime Minister (in case we need some Prime Ministering doing), doesn't have to be Johnson, doesn't even have to be a Tory (or even an MP) just someone who can command the support of parliament.

or fire off a nuclear missile (or two) if needed.
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Quote:He's now just hanging around Downing Street like a bad fart from yesterday's vindaloo (Jonathan Pie's video is absolutely brilliant).

LOL! I'm going to steal that "bad fart from yesterday's vindaloo" line. Most of my friends eat Indian food so they'll get what it means.
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(13-07-2022, 10:36 PM)Kev Wrote:
Quote:He's now just hanging around Downing Street like a bad fart from yesterday's vindaloo (Jonathan Pie's video is absolutely brilliant).

LOL! I'm going to steal that "bad fart from yesterday's vindaloo" line. Most of my friends eat Indian food so they'll get what it means.

Lol. I take no credit, heard it somewhere and enjoyed it. I thought it was the Jonathan Pie video but it might have been Russell Howard.
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(09-07-2022, 04:51 PM)Parsifal Wrote:
(07-07-2022, 05:43 PM)Heinrich Wrote: Has Britain always had a pretty volatile prime minister pool?

It's my understanding that Westminster is even worse than Washington, DC.
A difference is that in Britain a party will ax it's own PM while in the U.S. it won't ax its own president.  (An exception was with Nixon, but back in the 1970s the Republicans were more ethical than they are today.)

(07-07-2022, 05:57 PM)Welsh Cake Wrote:
(07-07-2022, 03:34 PM)Bangle1 Wrote: Kidding, of course. As a side note, does anyone else find Sajid Javid really attractive?

Erm, no. More of a Raab man myself…

Not bad (Raab).

Rishi Sunak ain't bad to look at either.

(09-07-2022, 12:02 AM)jumbler Wrote: The best analogy stateside, would be when Congress impeached a POTUS, but he decided to hang on in the White House. Mind you, that nearly happened too

It did happen, TWICE!  (Jan. 6 was unrelated to Trump's two impeachments)
Trump was impeached and acquitted both times.
You have to understand that impeachment (of the POTUS) is inherently a political process, not a legal one.

(09-07-2022, 08:48 AM)cochineal Wrote: Just someone has to be Prime Minister (in case we need some Prime Ministering doing), doesn't have to be Johnson, doesn't even have to be a Tory (or even an MP) just someone who can command the support of parliament.

or fire off a nuclear missile (or two) if needed.

Westminster worse than Washington DC? Wasn't Washington DC literally hijacked by Trump supporters resulting in deaths?
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Was there a plot to blow up the US Capitol? (I know I'm going back a ways)
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Weren't 4 four presidents assassinated?
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(14-07-2022, 04:10 PM)Duncan Wrote: Weren't 4 four presidents assassinated?

The assassinations of the four presidents:
Abraham Lincoln (by John Wilkes Booth - Confederate sympathizer)

James A. Garfield (by Charles J. Guiteau -
mental illness: retribution for perceived failure to reward campaign support )

William McKinley (by Leon Czolgosz - his duty as an anarchist to kill him)

John F. Kennedy (by Lee Harvey Oswald - sniper assassination, motive still debated to this day)

None of these assassinations were directly connected to Washington politics.

As toxic as Washington politics is ("if you want a friend in Washington then get a dog") it is my impression that the mercurial politics of Westminster is even worse (I stand to be corrected, thank you).

(14-07-2022, 02:06 PM)Kev Wrote: Was there a plot to blow up the US Capitol? (I know I'm going back a ways)

Yes, in 1915.
Bomb Rocks Capitol

As long as we're going back (a ways)
Conspiracy to blow up the Houses of Parliament - 1605

(14-07-2022, 09:49 AM)Duncan Wrote: Westminster worse than Washington DC? Wasn't Washington DC literally hijacked by Trump supporters resulting in deaths?

According to GOP Representative Andrew Clyde (Georgia), Jan. 6, 2021 was a "normal tourist visit".
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(14-07-2022, 08:35 PM)Parsifal Wrote:
(14-07-2022, 04:10 PM)Duncan Wrote: Weren't 4 four presidents assassinated?

The assassinations of the four presidents:
Abraham Lincoln (by John Wilkes Booth - Confederate sympathizer)

James A. Garfield (by Charles J. Guiteau -
mental illness: retribution for perceived failure to reward campaign support )

William McKinley (by Leon Czolgosz - his duty as an anarchist to kill him)

John F. Kennedy (by Lee Harvey Oswald - sniper assassination, motive still debated to this day)

None of these assassinations were directly connected to Washington politics.

As toxic as Washington politics is ("if you want a friend in Washington then get a dog") it is my impression that the mercurial politics of Westminster is even worse (I stand to be corrected, thank you).

(14-07-2022, 02:06 PM)Kev Wrote: Was there a plot to blow up the US Capitol? (I know I'm going back a ways)

Yes, in 1915.
Bomb Rocks Capitol

As long as we're going back (a ways)
Conspiracy to blow up the Houses of Parliament - 1605

(14-07-2022, 09:49 AM)Duncan Wrote: Westminster worse than Washington DC? Wasn't Washington DC literally hijacked by Trump supporters resulting in deaths?

According to GOP Representative Andrew Clyde (Georgia), Jan. 6, 2021 was a "normal tourist visit".
Would think being a President of the United States dead or alive would still be linked to Washington. Westminster is not perfect by any measure but Washington DC  the Genesis of abortion banning is not exactly Sesame Street either. Almost anyone from any other country could look at Westminster in horror anyone but an American. As for the blowing up Parliament jibe, Kev already beat you to it equally unsuccessfully.
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