Dear Nicola and Boris

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Re: Dear Nicola and Boris

Post by BeautifulSunshine » Fri Dec 20 2019 4:34pm

Same old, same old, look to the future...
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Re: Dear Nicola and Boris

Post by blythburgh » Sat Dec 21 2019 10:06am

pabenny wrote:
Fri Dec 20 2019 3:27pm
blythburgh wrote:
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... the Party Leaders must remember that only a minority of voters in their country voted for them.
FWIW, in all the elections since WW2, no party forming a government did so with a majority of votes cast.
I know but this time as a lot of people "have lent us your vote" and others did not give the Tories their vote as they were unhappy with the brexit deal. If the Tories want to keep those votes and get back those they lost they must not be a narrow right wing, ERG led group. But with Cummins pulling the strings who knows what will happen come the next election
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Re: Dear Nicola and Boris

Post by Sarah » Wed Feb 15 2023 11:00am

Nicola Sturgeon to resign as Scotland's first minister. News conference expected imminently.
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Re: Dear Nicola and Boris

Post by Sarah » Wed Feb 15 2023 2:27pm

"A very quick guide to Nicola Sturgeon's resignation"
"I'm not expecting violins here, but I am a human being as well as a politician," she said at a big press conference. "These jobs are a privilege, but they are also rightly hard." She said it had nothing to do with her current political woes, but the brutality of modern politics "takes its toll" on politicians and those around them.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-64650704

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Re: Dear Nicola and Boris

Post by macliam » Wed Feb 15 2023 5:55pm

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