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  +0.00p +0.00% 47.00p 46.00p 48.00p 47.00p 47.00p 47.00p 6,870 08:00:00
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21/5/2019
11:34
Pram, you get to the nub of the matter, as always. With female politicians this is the big question. However, I don't think there's enough beer in the world for me to fancy Mrs Leadsom!
grahamite2
21/5/2019
11:26
Fair do's grahamite2. She's quite fanciable!
prambigear
21/5/2019
11:24
#3718 Boris is very, very far from satisfactory. I suspect he will be the same sort of letdown as Heath, who started as Selsdon man (now that's showing my age!) and became socialist lite, or John Major, billed as the heir of Mrs Thatcher and who proved to be nothing of the kind. But Boris is popular, and not an out-and-our remoaner. Is it realistic to expect better?
grahamite2
21/5/2019
11:18
I don’t need to read all the comments as I can guess that they will be the same as mine. Leadsom totally bottled it when things got a bit nasty in the leadership race of 2016, and handed the keys of No 10 to the a Remainer and the worst Prime Minister in living memory. Leadsom then proceeded to get behind May’s disastrous non-Brexit deal, betraying 17.4 million voters in the process. She is is worse than the Grieve’s or Hammond’s of this world who at least stick by their warped principles and don’t pretend to be anything other anti-democratic traitors.
grahamite2
21/5/2019
10:51
I don't mind Leadsom, though. At least she's on the right side of the argument. She did bottle then but she was a fairly new and inexperienced politician and was clearly knocked by the level of hostility from her competitors (aided, of course, by her stupidity/naivety in bigging up her CV). I'd imagine the last couple of years have taught her something and helped her to grow a tougher skin. Anyway, we've yet to see the true mettle of any of them; there was a piece on Newsnight last night suggesting that Boris may be prepared to 'compromise' so that the 'One Nation Group' (Hah!) 'allow' him to run.
jeffian
21/5/2019
10:34
Some clown in the Telegraph is calling for Mrs Leadsom for her "Maggie-esque steel." I cannot see Mrs Thatcher dropping out of a two horse race, leaving the field clear for a socialist mental case. Mrs Leadsom has nothing in common with her whatever.
grahamite2
21/5/2019
10:27
Mornin'all. Aye, Lauda was a legend. One of the gormless interviewers on BBC's awful 'Breakfast' was talking to Billy Monger - an impressive lad who came back from injury quickly despite losing his legs in a crash (as others, like Johnny Herbert had done before) and, referring to Lauda, said ".....but of course his crash wasn't as bad as yours". Errrr, you try sitting trapped in a fireball for minutes having your face melted and your lungs roasted, mate. I think I know which I consider worse.
jeffian
21/5/2019
10:15
These days people say, 70 is no age. But in his case it certainly was - and he made good use of the extra years he was granted. RIP.
grahamite2
21/5/2019
06:48
A bit like teh olde snooty jeek, that one will never grow old I feel sure that the remarkable man would not be offended.
monte1
21/5/2019
06:46
I said, RIP Niki.....
monte1
21/5/2019
06:43
RIP Niki Lauda
monte1
20/5/2019
22:38
Downloading it now mate.
prambigear
20/5/2019
22:20
It’s all a desperately far cry from the days of Mrs Thatcher. Has anyone else seen the thing on BBC2 about her tonight?
saul goodman
20/5/2019
17:00
#3702 no danger, it'll just mean things take a bit longer. If Boris isn't on the ballot paper the Conservative Party will not recover from its present status behind the Greens, the constituency Party will cease to exist, and the receivers will have to be called in.
grahamite2
20/5/2019
16:54
#3702 2 points, if I may? 1) there is nothing as crooked as the Tory party. 2) wgas? No one in their right mind would consider voting for them no matter who the leader is until the whole swamp is drained.
saul goodman
20/5/2019
16:51
Thanks matey - I knew if I hung in long enough that sooner or later there would be an election come along to afford me the opportunity to spram my way to a mediocre round number.
monte1
20/5/2019
16:49
#3688, The danger, of course, is that Boris - or anyone like him - is prevented from even being on the ballot paper by the same slimy bunch of MP's who have weaselled out of their manifesto commitments. Nothing shows up the "Westminster bubble" effect so much as the number of Tory MP's hell-bent on stopping the one leadership candidate who not only commands the widest support by far of the Membership, but has also proven cross-party appeal.
jeffian
20/5/2019
16:47
What a patriotic number. Well won monts.
saul goodman
20/5/2019
16:43
Not one little....
monte1
20/5/2019
16:43
They don’t
monte1
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