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Cameron To Quit After One More Term If Re-Elected

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Awwwwww, such a shame - we could really do with 3 terms of Cameron to get the UK going full Mad Max.

He's suggesting Osborne, (or May, or Johnson) as his successor. Let's try to get him out on May 7th.

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Vote Tory get Boris

Boris scares the shit out of me. He really is the most unprincipled money grabbing corporate whore imaginable.

And he seems to be the only tory that appeals to women. Despite the '3 affairs and 1 lovechild' they can get enough of his infantile charms. Or maybe they like him because of the 3 affairs and 1 lovechild...I really don't understand a significant portion of the female population.

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And if the Tory party and David Cameron are in any way in charge of a coalition or something similar come May/June 2015 i will be quitting the country.

The Tory party have shown themselves to be the party of the property bubble, i don't even think Labour would have gone to the extremes they have gone to re-inflate the seeping bubble.

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He's suggesting Osborne, (or May, or Johnson) as his successor. Let's try to get him out on May 7th.

Bring it on. The UK's demise needs these types of accelerants in order to rebuild it.

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Bring it on. The UK's demise needs these types of accelerants in order to rebuild it.

As someone who see's themselves as a capitalist and wants out of Europe, i am desperate for the SNP to get a huge amount of MP's and hold the balance of power come May.

As an Englishman i can see the appeal of the SNP as they seem to have policies that will help the ordinary person, be it no tuition fees or the form of land tax they are proposing. And they seem to have many more policies that would cause a run on the pound and bankrupt the nation.

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These days it would make little difference to the actual policies.

He must think he would be missed - apart from that is it a cast iron guarantee that he'll quit then. If it is then it'll be reneged on.

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They should limit PMs to 2 terms anyway. Thatcher would have avoided a messy succession with that, and whoever followed Blair would have had to face the electorate before getting into power.

Cameron's legacy COULD be that he introduced a limit on 2 terms for aPM. hope he does.

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He's suggesting Osborne, (or May, or Johnson) as his successor. Let's try to get him out on May 7th.

Gove would be interesting

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They should limit PMs to 2 terms anyway. Thatcher would have avoided a messy succession with that, and whoever followed Blair would have had to face the electorate before getting into power.

Cameron's legacy COULD be that he introduced a limit on 2 terms for aPM. hope he does.

All MP's should not be allowed to serve more than this amount.

Knowing that at some point in your life that people such as Gidiot, Dave Harperson and Milliband aren't going to be dictating your existence should be seen as a basic human right.

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All MP's should not be allowed to serve more than this amount.

Knowing that at some point in your life that people such as Gidiot, Dave Harperson and Milliband aren't going to be dictating your existence should be seen as a basic human right.

Interesting

But then there's frank field, Kate hoey, Charles and ken Clarke, Alan Johnson, heseltine. MPs who were born to serve.

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What's this "Re-Elected" bit in the thread title? He and his party were never elected in the first place. (Just the least unelected.)

He is Prime Minister and is seeking re-election to that position.

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Interesting

But then there's frank field, Kate hoey, Charles and ken Clarke, Alan Johnson, heseltine. MPs who were born to serve.

I will be happy if the LIBLABCON lose a huge slice of the national vote and this keeps on happening in the next couple of decades so we have no main 2/3 parties anymore.

And for the weather to hit 20 degrees Celsius pretty soon.

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Miliband would be interesting......oh no, he's the 'other' party...or is he?....I get so confused these days who who and whats what!

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