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Operation Save Dave' , Cameron could make Boris Johnson home secretary !

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posted on Apr, 10 2016 @ 01:08 PM
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Dave is in Sooooooo much trouble right now that plans are afoot to appease the Tory party by making BoJo home secretary or foreign secretary , which ever he pleases , and the other leader of the leave campaign , Michael Gove , deputy PM !

Cameron's tax problems pale into insignificance compared to the trouble he's in with leading members of his party with Conservative MP and leading Brexit campaigner Bernard Jenkin saying some in his party are "incandescent" over the decision to spend £9 million on a pro-EU leaflet which will be seen as little more than junk mail to many recipients.

Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and other leading figures campaigning for Britain to leave the EU could be offered senior cabinet roles after June’s referendum, under plans being considered by the prime minister. Sources have told the Guardian that David Cameron is keen to undertake a “unity reshuffle” in an attempt to heal wounds in the party, whose Eurosceptic wing is furious at the government’s handling of the plebiscite.
www.theguardian.com...


Of course all of this is dependent on a victory for the stay campaign on the morning of the 24th , if it goes the other way BoJo will likely be PM in a matter of weeks , a bullingdon boy leaves to be replaced by a bullingdon boy .... Nice.




posted on Apr, 10 2016 @ 01:11 PM
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originally posted by: gortex
Dave is in Sooooooo much trouble right now that plans are afoot to appease the Tory party by making BoJo home secretary or foreign secretary , which ever he pleases , and the other leader of the leave campaign , Michael Gove , deputy PM !

Cameron's tax problems pale into insignificance compared to the trouble he's in with leading members of his party with Conservative MP and leading Brexit campaigner Bernard Jenkin saying some in his party are "incandescent" over the decision to spend £9 million on a pro-EU leaflet which will be seen as little more than junk mail to many recipients.

Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and other leading figures campaigning for Britain to leave the EU could be offered senior cabinet roles after June’s referendum, under plans being considered by the prime minister. Sources have told the Guardian that David Cameron is keen to undertake a “unity reshuffle” in an attempt to heal wounds in the party, whose Eurosceptic wing is furious at the government’s handling of the plebiscite.
www.theguardian.com...


Of course all of this is dependent on a victory for the stay campaign on the morning of the 24th , if it goes the other way BoJo will likely be PM in a matter of weeks , a bullingdon boy leaves to be replaced by a bullingdon boy .... Nice.


Meh! don't tell us that please.
Boris is a likeable chap, but he is a duffer, while Gove is a slimeball.



posted on Apr, 10 2016 @ 01:16 PM
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a reply to: smurfy

Sorry mate but I believe BoJo will be PM one way or another , if we don't vote to leave he will have a top job in the cabinet ready for his leadership campaign when Cameron goes sometime in 2019 , if we do vote to leave he will be the victor and the spoils will go to him as Cameron limps off into obscurity and a top job in the city.

The die is cast , so it is wrutten.



posted on Apr, 10 2016 @ 01:47 PM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: smurfy

Sorry mate but I believe BoJo will be PM one way or another , if we don't vote to leave he will have a top job in the cabinet ready for his leadership campaign when Cameron goes sometime in 2019 , if we do vote to leave he will be the victor and the spoils will go to him as Cameron limps off into obscurity and a top job in the city.

The die is cast , so it is wrutten.


BOjo, not on your life LOL, really? looking forward to that reality!!

Bike lanes for all, every motorway and ........ compulsory to own one

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posted on Apr, 10 2016 @ 01:58 PM
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BOjo, not on your life LOL, really? looking forward to that reality!!

Where did I say I was looking forward to it ?
The Tories will likely win the next election if they get their choice of leader right , Johnson is popular with the public because of his public school buffoon act so given the choice of prospective candidates he is a shoe in for the job.



posted on Apr, 10 2016 @ 02:02 PM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: corblimeyguvnor




BOjo, not on your life LOL, really? looking forward to that reality!!

Where did I say I was looking forward to it ?
The Tories will likely win the next election if they get their choice of leader right , Johnson is popular with the public because of his public school buffoon act so given the choice of prospective candidates he is a shoe in for the job.



Nope about the Tories, Johnson is popular in London as he is deemed a city buffoon .......... watch this space

Just saying, lot of water has to go under the bridge if, and I hope, we leave, Panama papers and taxpayers leaflet drops are only the beginning harhar

CbG
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posted on Apr, 10 2016 @ 03:15 PM
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originally posted by: corblimeyguvnor

Nope about the Tories, Johnson is popular in London as he is deemed a city buffoon .......... watch this space

Just saying, lot of water has to go under the bridge if, and I hope, we leave, Panama papers and taxpayers leaflet drops are only the beginning harhar

CbG


What about PM's question time, usually a Wednesday? That'll take Boris a week FFS!



posted on Apr, 11 2016 @ 04:08 AM
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We have no real choice in this country anymore. There is not one party that is not full of cheating corporate controlled blackmailable scum who lord it over the average dude. The divide between rich and poor has become a gulf as the ones at the bottom of the heap are squeezed and trampled upon by those with more wealth than they could ever need or spend, and still this vast accumulation of riches are not enough for these people, they want more and more, more money and more power. They have no humanity.



posted on Apr, 11 2016 @ 04:29 AM
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Quite frankly I am sick of these top snobs running this country of which they m ale up what less that 5% of the public?
We can all see exactly where Oinky Cameron has led us and his hypocrisy - get the ordinary folk in jail for tax evasion whilst us elite lap it up laughing behind everyone's backs. Zak Goldstein and his tax evasion should have tipped everyone off as to the true nature of Cameron and his ilk.

Boris fits neatly into the dog basket of over privilege with little except snobbery and money to hold him up - sorry can't see much difference between the two because all they will protect will be the rich living off the poor.

These men are so out of touch with the real country they can't ever tackle the real problems we actually face - all they can tackle is problems of their own making which does none of us any good.



posted on Jul, 17 2016 @ 03:07 PM
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Boris fits neatly into the dog basket of over privilege with little except snobbery and money to hold him up


According to the New York times the RAF had a problem getting Boris to Brussels..

New York Times




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