NOW THEN, THERE’S AN INCENTIVE FOR REUNIFICATION…

 

azrlene
Just one thing, Arlene pet, don’t think of bringing your narrow-minded beliefs to Scotland. Come by all means, but leave the bigotry and hatred, along with the orange kit, at passport control. We live in the 21st century here, we are open and welcoming, regardless of creed, colour, gender, sexuality, age, ability, or anything else. We know that’s not your party’s way. We should also probably warn you that our part in your united kingdom is moving towards its final days, so if it’s the queen, beefeaters, house of lords and great British “values” you’re looking for, I doubt if you’d like the way we are moving. Still, I hope you’ll leave Ireland. I’ve always seen you people as part of the problem and not part of the solution.

 

 

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THIS COULD PUT YOU OFF YOUR SLEEP

Applies to the next permanently appointed Conservative Party Leader after Theresa May.
Jacob Rees-Mogg
4/1
Matthew Hancock
50/1
George Osborne
66/1
David Davis
9/2
David Lidington
50/1
Nicky Morgan
66/1
Boris Johnson
6/1
Liz Truss
50/1
Jesse Norman
66/1
Amber Rudd
9/1
Johnny Mercer
50/1
Liam Fox
66/1
Gavin Williamson
10/1
George Freeman
50/1
Ed Vaizey
80/1
Andrea Leadsom
10/1
Priti Patel
50/1
Owen Paterson
80/1
Ruth Davidson
12/1
Graham Brady
50/1
Grant Shapps
80/1
Michael Gove
12/1
Alan Mak
50/1
David Cameron
100/1
Jeremy Hunt
16/1
Chris Grayling
50/1
Anna Soubry
100/1
Philip Hammond
16/1
Stephen Crabb
50/1
Jo Johnson
100/1
Tom Tugendhat
16/1
Robert Halfon
66/1
Iain Duncan Smith
100/1
Justine Greening
16/1
Kwasi Kwarteng
66/1
Theresa Villiers
100/1
Dominic Raab
18/1
Nick Herbert
66/1
Adam Afriyie
100/1
Sajid Javid
25/1
Daniel Hannan
66/1
Ken Clarke
100/1
James Cleverly
25/1
Zac Goldsmith
66/1
Maria Miller
100/1
Penny Mordaunt
33/1
Michael Fallon
66/1
Ben Bradley
100/1
Greg Clark
33/1
Heidi Allen
66/1
Nigel Farage
100/1
Damian Green
33/1
Rishi Sunak
66/1
Nick Boles
100/1
Anne Milton
40/1
Tobias Ellwood
66/1
William Hague
150/1
Rory Stewart
40/1

 

Still, look on the bright side. There’s not a mention of this useless muppet, even thought they are looking at the likes of Nigel Farage as the next Tory leader.
!mudd&
One view is that no one wants the job until May has completely and utterly wrecked any chance of a deal of any sort. Someone (anyone) could then step in a make a show of making the best of a disastrous job.
Crashing out with no deal (which you’ll remember May said was better than a bad deal), will be a red line for Remainers in the Tory Party, of which there are many.
Alternatively, signing up for a deal that will mean that the UK remains in the single market, customs union, takes the EU’s directives in most areas, accepts rulings from the ECJ, and pays more or less what it pays now (but doesn’t get Farming subsidies, Academic subsidies, Social Fund subsidies, Infrastructure subsidies) will be unacceptable to the Tory Leavers, of which there are also many.
Surely that must happen later this year (October) when the deal has to be agreed between Barnier and May and sent out to parliaments across Europe, and of course the EU parliament, for 6 months of debate and discussion before ratification.
By that time something concrete about the Irish border and the Spanish-Gibraltar border will have to have been agreed. And as that is a near impossibility, I’d not put money on the Maybot surviving much longer than it all coming crashing down then.
I suspect that next year’s conference it will be more than slogans falling off the walls. and the P45 will be real.
Just for a laugh, we’d like to know who you think would make:
a) a serious next leader who could repair at least some of the mess she and Cameron left.
b) which of the above (or others) would make the best comedy leader.
c) which of them would be most likely to lead to Scotland voting to leave the ridiculous mess and possibly rejoining the EU as an independent country.

RANDOM THOUGHTS

 

a irel
Nope, mate. You hold all the cards.
£!7
Well, you and Arlene, of course.
a kids in poverty EU
Proud of punching above our weight in a lot of things, but clearly not kids’ poverty. Ex-communist countries like the Czech Republic, Estonia and  Slovakia are doing better!
aaaaaaa
I see these Britain First people speak really good British.
a trump2
Not sure there are a lot of people who are fit to walk in the footsteps of Mr Mandela.  But Trump’s not fit to walk in the footsteps of Atilla the Hun!
danny1
Oooops. Forgot, huh?
afruit
What with that and apprenticeships pensioners won’t need a pension to live on…
apension
…which is just as well, given that you couldn’t live on it…
apension1
…however, fortunately,  important people don’t have to.
britian
Ring any bells as to which country they are talking about?
inflation ps sal
And that’s serious stuff…
aeejit
Unlike this tube with his kilt on backside fore. What a wally.

 

 

A riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma…

How do you solve a problem like Brexit?

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This is the rough version of what’s happening today… (according to Laura Kuenssberg)

UK Govt – it will all be fine;

Dublin – we can’t budge;

DUP – we won’t budge;

EU – the show is now in London;

Brexiteers – if EU doesn’t bury this bit, for now, May has to walk.

amayq

Meanwhile, the real prime minister has refused to meet with May today.

DUP conference 2017

Interesting times.

BECAUSE BRITAIN ALWAYS MINDS ITS OWN BUSINESS…

a

Goodness me, changing the habits of a lifetime, the UK has decided not to poke its nose into another country’s business. May be something to do with a prime minister desperate for a trade deal on any terms…  Surely it cannot be that she doesn’t have a problem with white supremacists.

ajust

Of course, maybe she’s just too busy looking after the “Just Getting By”,  concentrating on coming out of the single market and customs union whilst staying in the single market and customs union, and having a secure border while leaving the border open…or maybe she’s genuinely got lost in the Alps.