View Poll Results: who will be next Tory leader

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  • TRUSS

    4 22.22%
  • SUNAK

    9 50.00%
  • MORDAUNT

    5 27.78%
  • TUGENDHAT

    2 11.11%
  • OTHER

    2 11.11%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    Failing that, the one with the biggest tits.
    Truss seemed a bit uptight and was lacking lubrication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    and was lacking lubrication.

    Not an accusation ever levelled your way...

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    A BBC Radio 4 contributor was full of praise for the diversity of candidates. Male, female, black, white and brown skin all well represented.

    As the deciding votes will go to a group dominated by white males, predominantly over 60, and from the south East of the country, it seems to me the membership diversity lags behind the candidates by a considerable margin!

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    ^ the Tory party has had this sort of make up for quite a few years now, probably the only good thing that Cameron did, so i don't think the blue rinse set will be shocked by the candidates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    Am rather shocked at the sexist comments. Rather than lude innuendo, Voters should concentrate on who has the best vision for the UK going forward. Failing that, the one with the biggest tits.
    Hmm, I'm not really shocked by the 'biggest tits' comment... but in spite of that sexist comment.. there are women who are sexy and smart as well. Ever think of that? Highly doubt you have the capability.

    I am not sure who I am voting for as I don't really follow UK poliics. I am happy Boris is out, but he always gave me a chuckle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    Hmm, I'm not really shocked by the 'biggest tits' comment... but in spite of that sexist comment.. there are women who are sexy and smart as well. Ever think of that? Highly doubt you have the capability.
    :daft:

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    Willy you aren't immune from being a daft coont too

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    Willy you aren't immune from being a daft coont too

    Quite true. And your point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    ^ the Tory party has had this sort of make up for quite a few years now, probably the only good thing that Cameron did, so i don't think the blue rinse set will be shocked by the candidates.
    It is outdated now. It does not reflect the diversity of the current support who voted at the last election.
    The party membership has remained politically unchanged since it was included in the choice of leader. They just got older.
    I donít pretend to know the answer, but the MP diversity is much improved, and the party membership is stagnant. Unfit for the purpose of choosing a party leader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    It is outdated now. It does not reflect the diversity of the current support who voted at the last election.
    No point changing it now then.

    All those suckers have already seen through the mountain of bs spread by Boris and his cohorts.

    Their support should be referred to in the past tense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    No point changing it now then.

    All those suckers have already seen through the mountain of bs spread by Boris and his cohorts.

    Their support should be referred to in the past tense.
    Oh dear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    JRM probably doesn't want the spotlight put on his activities with hedge funds, and how much he made out of BREXIT.

    Rees-Mogg criticised over firm's Russian bank investment

    https://www.theguardian.com .21 Mar 2018 — Owning shares in a sanctions-restricted Russian bank is legal but surprising given Rees-Mogg last week called on Theresa May to hurt Russia .




    Hole in one Cy some very unpleasant Dublin based Russian energy links of you dig a it or subscribe as I do to the excellent Private Eye the satirical mg With is often sued for dishing the goods on the sordid sleaze Westminster and beyond.linky

    ‘Admission of corruption’: Jacob Rees-Mogg mocked after claim about Russian money backfires | The Independent



    His dad a trad patrician journo was a neighbour for a while my dad a life long Labour voter ex serviceman said he was the only Tory he had any time for since Churchill. He read the Sunday Times cover to cover, Penrose et all hd uncovered Malcolm X , Rhodesian sanction smugglers, Suvandra, Profumo the Thalidomide scandal, pre Merde Cock? Murdoch it was radical centrist serious paper, as well as the Observer to which with both contributed. Dad also contributed to the Eye and had the infamous Friday boozy lunches at the Coach n Horses near Cambridge Circus he was good Irish Toper and could drink Ingram me r David Coleman under the table whereas no man living had such hollow legs as Willy Rushton who for those unfamiliar had Brain Blessed billy Bob Thornton size appetites , ah happy days

    Jacob with his faux fop, pose, tails and topper role is merely a spiv, Arthur Daley or a Soprano with a tweaky Etonian accent and all the charm of a Krait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrWilly View Post
    standard deviation

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    He makes a good point about who might be the next PM. Batshit crazy as opposed to crazy.


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    With Badenoch out Ricky was fves at 10/11 at local bookie at lunchtime.
    With Tom Tug out I won't be voting but think Moradaunt is the less repellent of the last 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    With Badenoch out Ricky was fves at 10/11 at local bookie at lunchtime.
    With Tom Tug out I won't be voting but think Moradaunt is the less repellent of the last 3
    I posted before Boris resigned that the party lacked a pool from which to choose strong and charismatic leadership. The hasn’t changed, but now you suggest the least repellant option?
    Not exactly inspiring is it?
    Mordaunt will fall by this measure alone. My worry is that Truss might sneak in with the party membership vote. She at least gives Starmer someone to attack, even though he failed with Boris.
    Sunak should get it, but in the hands of old duffers, that seems unlikely.

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