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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by ChilcoSaint, Feb 23, 2016.
And now it's official.
So he’s gone, except he hasn’t actually gone.
We can expect more of the same, and worse, until the whole shower of absolute **** is flushed away. The very worst Prime Minister this country has ever had, by a long way, and propped up by a sad stack of idiots.
Sadly, I do have to agree with you.
EDIT: Not sadly because I like Boris BTW
He so much wanted to be remembered like Churchill but his legacy is being ten times worse than peace time Churchill, a lying, cheating, self serving blowhard.
Boris Two Wives? Boris The W*nker? Better Tell Whatshername?
Ooh, I don't know, being likened to a nodding dog that sells insurance isn't a bad memorial
Ben Wallace leading polls for the next leader, largely on the strength of his ability to just shut the **** up and let everyone around him debase themselves.
Not so much Best as Least Worst...
How Ben Wallace voted on Miscellaneous Topics #
Consistently voted against restrictions on fees charged to tenants by letting agentsShow votes0 votes for, 6 votes against, between 2014–2018. Comparable Conservative MPs almost always voted against (6 votes, between 2013–2018).
Voted a mixture of for and against a statutory register of lobbyistsShow votes2 votes for, 2 votes against, 1 absence, in 2013. Comparable Conservative MPs generally voted for (6 votes, in 2013).
Generally voted against greater regulation of gamblingShow votes3 votes for, 5 votes against, 3 absences, between 2005–2014. Comparable Conservative MPs generally voted against (12 votes, between 2005–2014).
Almost always voted for capping civil service redundancy paymentsShow votes5 votes for, 0 votes against, 1 absence, between 2010–2020. Comparable Conservative MPs consistently voted for (6 votes, between 2010–2020).
Almost always voted for restricting the scope of legal aidShow votes10 votes for, 0 votes against, 2 absences, between 2011–2014. Comparable Conservative MPs generally voted for (15 votes, between 2011–2014).
Generally voted against Labour's anti-terrorism lawsShow votes2 votes for, 13 votes against, 9 absences, between 2005–2010. Comparable Conservative MPs generally voted against (27 votes, between 2005–2010).
Generally voted for the policies included in the 2010 Conservative - Liberal Democrat Coalition AgreementShow votes55 votes for, 8 votes against, 17 absences, between 2010–2015. Comparable Conservative MPs generally voted for (84 votes, between 2010–2015).
Generally voted against requiring pub companies to offer pub landlords rent-only leasesShow votes1 vote for, 1 vote against, 1 absence, between 2013–2016. Comparable Conservative MPs generally voted against (5 votes, between 2013–2016).
Almost always voted for limits on success fees paid to lawyers in no-win no fee casesShow votes5 votes for, 0 votes against, 1 absence, between 2011–2013. Comparable Conservative MPs almost always voted for (6 votes, between 2011–2013).
Consistently voted for the privatisation of Royal MailShow votes5 votes for, 0 votes against, between 2009–2011. Comparable Conservative MPs almost always voted for (6 votes, between 2008–2011).
Consistently voted for allowing national security sensitive evidence to be put before courts in secret sessionsShow votes7 votes for, 0 votes against, between 2012–2013. Comparable Conservative MPs almost always voted for (8 votes, between 2012–2013).
The fact that we can have a PM resign to the sound of a distant karaoke machine and pantomime booing almost brings my national pride back after it has been ruthlessly decimated over the last six years.
Only problem with that website is that it will do nothing to differentiate him from the other candidates due to the whip system.
Boris always looked like a guy who combs his hair with a balloon.
That's a compliment.
Would rather Tugenhadt if we’re going ex-military.
New Tory slogan; the Conservatives, not as bad as Hitler
'The Conservatives, (Probably) not as bad as Hitler'
Jonathon Pie says goodbye.
I have it on good authority that he does his hair with a rat catchers mallet.
The opposition really need to spend however long it is to the next general election, reminding people of how each and every sitting Tory MP supported Johnson.
Whoever gets to become the next Tory leader, needs to have his or her character destroyed, through association with Johnson.
The Tories have never shied away from fighting in the gutter. It’s now time for the opposition to get down there with them and keep on exposing them for the awful, sub human party they have become.