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who will replace him?

(not optimistic about the obvious ones, Osborne, Clark (?), oh no not Boris..., Hague, no, ....????????)

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who will replace him?

(not optimistic about the obvious ones, Osborne, Clark (?), oh no not Boris..., Hague, no, ....????????)

Clegg?!? :o

Better find my passport.

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who will replace him?

(not optimistic about the obvious ones, Osborne, Clark (?), oh no not Boris..., Hague, no, ....????????)

So why do you see the end? Do you think Wallace will have the nous to Exocet him on NI?

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cameron's a chinless wonder.let's hope it's the end.and then let's hope they find someone with a pair of boll*cks and a basic understanding of life and the economy.looking at the potential replacements.we're fecked.

...it's true 'when the going gets tough, the tough get going'....so let him takes his course and see if he can make it...it's natures way...if the leader falls he will be replaced ...that's life.... :rolleyes:

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...it's true 'when the going gets tough, the tough get going'....so let him takes his course and see if he can make it...it's natures way...if the leader falls he will be replaced ...that's life.... :rolleyes:

he may hold on but be morally and politically weaker - like Harold Wilson and Ted Heath

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ITV'S political reporter Tom Bradby's thoughts on this...

http://blog.itv.com/news/tombradby/2011/07/camerons-decision/

Cameron’s decision

Posted by Tom Bradby. 6 July, 2011

It seems that David Cameron now has to take one of the most unenviable decisions of his career.

His advisers have been phoning around to ‘clarify’ this morning’s surprise announcement of two inquiries at PMQs.

It turns out that only the one into the police inquiry will be definitely be conducted under oath. The other – into the conduct of newspapers – may not. Mr Cameron apparently wants time to ‘think about’ the implications of this.

I bet he does.

If he makes it under oath, then many journalists and executives from News International, not to mention others from across Fleet Street, will be dragged before an inquiry with no choice but to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. This may open a can of worms, to say the least.

Many powerful media barons may never forgive him as a result.

If he does not make it under oath, then it will be completely useless.

Er, good luck with that one Dave!

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I can see this bringing down this Govt. At the very least, it could become a big weight that drags along behind it till 2015.

David Cameron is in the sewer because of his News International friends

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/peteroborne/100095686/david-cameron-is-in-the-sewer-because-of-his-news-international-friends/

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Gonna be a lot of internal tory pressure because of the hacking dead soldiers and their families.

Cameron going (can't see it myself) would trigger a GE though.

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I can see this bringing down this Govt. At the very least, it could become a big weight that drags along behind it till 2015.

David Cameron is in the sewer because of his News International friends

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/peteroborne/100095686/david-cameron-is-in-the-sewer-because-of-his-news-international-friends/

...you mean Nulabour were not friends with News International when the crimes were taking place ..?....get some context into this ...Murdoch put Blair into office three times....the real friendships are being hidden but will be revealed... :rolleyes:

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who will replace him?

(not optimistic about the obvious ones, Osborne, Clark (?), oh no not Boris..., Hague, no, ....????????)

Murdoch

Cut out the middle men.

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While Scotland Yard's public position remains that it did all that its resources and the law permitted, some police sources admit privately that they failed to fully investigate the case, that decisions may have been distorted by a fear of upsetting Rupert Murdoch's newspapers, and that it was "unfortunate" that the officer in charge of the inquiry, assistant commissioner Andy Hayman, subsequently left the police to work for News International as a columnist.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/apr/04/police-ignored-news-world-evidence

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Standard over-reaction by some HPCers... Cameron isn't going anywhere. This story, like so many others, will be forgotten about in a couple of months, especially when actual news happens (eg collapse of the Eurozone!)

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cameron's a chinless wonder.let's hope it's the end.and then let's hope they find someone with a pair of boll*cks and a basic understanding of life and the economy.looking at the potential replacements.we're fecked.

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cameron's a chinless wonder.let's hope it's the end.and then let's hope they find someone with a pair of boll*cks and a basic understanding of life and the economy.looking at the potential replacements.we're fecked.

What a load of ********. Blair,brown and balls broke this country, I think Cameron and the coalition are doing a v.good job considering the socialist mess that was left behind.

Regarding the phone hacking mess, unless the BBC spins this as a 'cameron hacked dead ppls phones' type of story, then he'll be fine.

Let's not forget labours friends, like libyas cournal gadaffi...

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Rory Stewart , Con M.P and Bilderberg attendee 2011 :ph34r: ?

My tip on this guy:

Foreign Secretary ~2015-6 until end of present Tory stretch in power

Prime Minister in the 2020s (after one-term Labour gov)

He is pretty sound. Read up his CV. A Churchill of the 21st century.

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My tip on this guy:

Foreign Secretary ~2015-6 until end of present Tory stretch in power

Prime Minister in the 2020s (after one-term Labour gov)

He is pretty sound. Read up his CV. A Churchill of the 21st century.

Ooh good.

I await him butchering hundreds of his own men out of arrogant carlessness and them him heralding in a new world war with baited breath.

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