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Bruce Banner

Theresa May is sounding like Gordon Brown.

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All she ever seems to say is that she's getting on with the job that the British people want her to do, which is the exact same rubbish that idiot Brown used to spout!

Blair, Brown, Cameron and now May. The last twenty one years, which encompass the whole of the twenty first century to date, have produced four PMs as bad as, or worse than, the worst of their predecessors in the twentieth century.

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On 08/06/2018 at 23:55, Bruce Banner said:

All she ever seems to say is that she's getting on with the job that the British people want her to do, which is the exact same rubbish that idiot Brown used to spout!

Blair, Brown, Cameron and now May. The last twenty one years, which encompass the whole of the twenty first century to date, have produced four PMs as bad as, or worse than, the worst of their predecessors in the twentieth century.

She's there until the Monday Club and the 1922 Committee decide that they've held off from knifing her in the back for long enough.

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Sunday Times is reporting anti-May MPs need only 6 more 'no confidence' letters to the whip before she gets toppled, but they're waiting until the Brexit bill is passed into law before doing so - around July.

We then have the prospect of another 3 month leadership campaign, right at the crucial EU negotiations phase, and in all probability PM Mogg, Gove or Johnson.

Run for your lifeboats. And may God preserve us.

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She has a ridiculously hard and thankless job with Brexit as she simply can't win whatever she does but at the same time she must be the most uninspiring PM we've ever had. Ironically I think that is how she has lasted this long as she is so meek she has barlely offended the sensibilities of the two opposing and entrenched sides. Not sure what the solution is but it is clear we can't go on with her endless platitudes and no real decisive action, there is a limit, somewhere.

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  • 301 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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