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Post #181 - 23 Dec 2019, 21:32

Gruff » Mon Dec 23, 2019 9:16 pm wrote:Since the result of this election most politicians and commentators keep stressing that this will be a 5 year parliament. I wouldn't be so sure. The state of the House of Commons for the last 3.5 years, and the fact that Brexit has still to play out, uncertainty over Scottish Indyref 2 and a possible United Ireland, and fuck knows what else could come out of left field makes me think that this 5 yr parliament is not as nailed on as some think.

Also those machievelian cunts in the Tory party might look at the apparent weakness of whoever becomes leader of the Labour Party, and look 2 or 3 years down the line and assume that Labour would still be in disarray, or best case scenario halfway through a rebuilding plan, and plan ahead and somehow deviously manufacture another General Election in 2021/22. They would assume they'd stroll that GE as well, so in effect the current proposed 5 years would then look more like 7 or 8 years in power for them.

Where's the fucking picture? :wtf:
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Post #182 - 23 Dec 2019, 22:09

Greasy Roads » Mon Dec 23, 2019 9:32 pm wrote:
Gruff » Mon Dec 23, 2019 9:16 pm wrote:Since the result of this election most politicians and commentators keep stressing that this will be a 5 year parliament. I wouldn't be so sure. The state of the House of Commons for the last 3.5 years, and the fact that Brexit has still to play out, uncertainty over Scottish Indyref 2 and a possible United Ireland, and fuck knows what else could come out of left field makes me think that this 5 yr parliament is not as nailed on as some think.

Also those machievelian cunts in the Tory party might look at the apparent weakness of whoever becomes leader of the Labour Party, and look 2 or 3 years down the line and assume that Labour would still be in disarray, or best case scenario halfway through a rebuilding plan, and plan ahead and somehow deviously manufacture another General Election in 2021/22. They would assume they'd stroll that GE as well, so in effect the current proposed 5 years would then look more like 7 or 8 years in power for them.

Where's the fucking picture? :wtf:

There isn't a fucking picture, it's the General Election thread. This forum is all to cock, my background colour has turned orange. Proddy Forumotion cunts. :grrr:
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Post #183 - 27 Dec 2019, 02:52

Gruff » Mon Dec 23, 2019 10:09 pm wrote:
Greasy Roads » Mon Dec 23, 2019 9:32 pm wrote:
Gruff » Mon Dec 23, 2019 9:16 pm wrote:Since the result of this election most politicians and commentators keep stressing that this will be a 5 year parliament. I wouldn't be so sure. The state of the House of Commons for the last 3.5 years, and the fact that Brexit has still to play out, uncertainty over Scottish Indyref 2 and a possible United Ireland, and fuck knows what else could come out of left field makes me think that this 5 yr parliament is not as nailed on as some think.

Also those machievelian cunts in the Tory party might look at the apparent weakness of whoever becomes leader of the Labour Party, and look 2 or 3 years down the line and assume that Labour would still be in disarray, or best case scenario halfway through a rebuilding plan, and plan ahead and somehow deviously manufacture another General Election in 2021/22. They would assume they'd stroll that GE as well, so in effect the current proposed 5 years would then look more like 7 or 8 years in power for them.

Where's the fucking picture? :wtf:

There isn't a fucking picture, it's the General Election thread. This forum is all to cock, my background colour has turned orange. Proddy Forumotion cunts. :grrr:

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