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  +0.00p +0.00% 47.00p 46.00p 48.00p 47.00p 47.00p 47.00p 33,248 08:00:00
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/5/2019
01:41
Rudd is the botulism in the works. She’s the worst of them all imo. Hammond, who cares?
saul goodman
26/5/2019
00:27
Nice symmetry Pram.
fillyboy
26/5/2019
00:17
Boris #3883
prambigear
26/5/2019
00:12
There is a possibility I might be wrong about Hammond backing Johnson, Rudd yes, Hammond, no.
fillyboy
26/5/2019
00:03
Is it one of those Huawei jobbies Jeff?
fillyboy
25/5/2019
23:53
FFS, filly, my screen isn't wide enough. Leave it out, mate.
jeffian
25/5/2019
23:44
Of course all this is immaterial. More to the point, who are Teh Cabal backing in the leadership challenge.
fillyboy
25/5/2019
22:37
Boris Johnson was targeted with extraordinary personal attacks by a Tory Cabinet minister and the SNP leader tonight as the gloves came off in the EU referendum battle. In the most brutal TV clashes yet of the campaign, Energy Secretary Amber Rudd branded her Conservative colleague a liar obsessed with becoming PM and jibed that he was 'not the man you want to drive you home at the end of the evening'.
saul goodman
25/5/2019
22:16
I couldn’t disagree more. I’d be right on board if he out and out refused to accept her support. You’ll remember her revolting behaviour following the debate over the EU referendum (that she lost), of course.
saul goodman
25/5/2019
21:42
There have been hints of Amber Rudd supporting Boris for some time. Much as I dislike her, I welcome this and hope it gives him a bit more momentum. It simply isn't realistic to expect to govern and exclude her sort altogether - there are too many of them and not just at Westminster. Hammond is a different kettle of fish - another red line candidate.
grahamite2
25/5/2019
21:31
They aren’t declared on here yet. Not to say they won’t be of course. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hLVVTLnTTPIO43qTM7GsGs5GqvQ1UVGKmd_n1B51s5M/htmlview#gid=0
saul goodman
25/5/2019
21:26
#3871 Have they really? The slimy 2 faced pair of weasels, that is even worse than Gove.
saul goodman
25/5/2019
20:05
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fillyboy
25/5/2019
19:55
I would imagine their biggest concern is that if/when we 'crash out', 'fall off a cliff edge' and the sky doesn't fall in on us, 'they' will have been rumbled, moreover, it will become obvious that the EU functions only to serve the best interests of Germany and France. It didn't do America any harm when they crashed out of the British Empire without a deal. Still not quite convinced about Bojo, even less so since Rudd and Hammond have said they will support him. There's only two things smell of fish, and this is one of 'em. Dominic Raab for me.
fillyboy
25/5/2019
19:08
Serious question. When, as many Tory MPs and cabinet ministers do, they say "Boris is going to 'crash us out' of the EU" and "We must make sure that 'no deal' is not on the table", do they really think that to be logical? Are they stupid? Do they really believe that the EU 'has our best interests at heart'? Do they actually understand what 'no deal' means and what these terrible consequences could be? I have yet to hear any one of them, or for that matter any of these 'worthy' organisations, explain what these horror consequences would be? Can anyone explain?
prambigear
24/5/2019
23:37
#3867 I would let out everyone with only 5 years left on a sentence to accommodate that lot!
prambigear
24/5/2019
21:56
Yes, excellent.
grahamite2
24/5/2019
21:23
Good. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-48402495
saul goodman
24/5/2019
18:08
#3864 I'm actually fairly relaxed about that sort of insanity now, thanks entirely to Nigel. Either the members are given a real leaver as one of their two options, in which case he'll walk it; or they are not, in which case the support that haemorrhaged to the Brexit Party will not go back.
grahamite2
24/5/2019
18:00
Do my ears deceive me? I just heard on the news that Graham Brady is considering running for PM. That would be the Graham Brady whose lily-livered prevarication over the past many months stuck us with the awful May long past her sell-by date, would it? Oh yes, he's just the leader we want*. *not
jeffian
24/5/2019
18:00
One reads that abominable speech with mounting disgust and incredulity. I was driven to make the United Kingdom a country that works not just for a privileged few but for everyone "For the Many not the Few" is the title of the 2017 Labour manifesto To succeed, he or she will have to find consensus in Parliament where I have not. Rubbish. Just let the clock run down. And we are protecting the environment, eliminating plastic waste, tackling climate change and improving air quality. Global warming is a wholly unproved theory. There is no justification for burdening industry and consumers with extra costs on account of it. It is why the race disparity audit and gender pay reporting are shining a light on inequality so it has nowhere to hide. FFS. No comment even necessary. Whatever our background, the colour of our skin, or who we love, we stand together, and together we have a great future. The worst sort of snowflake virtue signalling.
grahamite2
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