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Anna Soubry has stated she will vote for Theresa May in a no confidence vote.

Anna Soubry was on a panel this afternoon demanding Labour call a no confidence vote.

 

 

 

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I'd say on the whole the Tories have done well economically to tidy up the mess left behind by Labour.
But that's neither here nor there. You're behaving like sturgeon giving deflection after deflection and mentioning the Tories twice a sentence.
Tell me what the SNP have done to prove themselves worthy of a vote let alone be trusted with more powers.

Yes the economy is in a fine state. Those food banks are bursting with investment.

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Anna Soubry has stated she will vote for Theresa May in a no confidence vote.
Anna Soubry was on a panel this afternoon demanding Labour call a no confidence vote.
 
 
 


Imagine Anna Soubry in like Game of Thrones. Turning up at the Red Wedding kitted out in full armour and asking why nobody is willing to sit next to her at the dinner table.

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Imagine Anna Soubry in like Game of Thrones. Turning up at the Red Wedding kitted out in full armour and asking why nobody is willing to sit next to her at the dinner table.

 

Or getting her norks out in front of a fire then flying off on a dragon.

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Just now, Savage Henry said:

 


Or getting her norks out in front of a fire.

Very similar to when Melisandre takes off her pedant.

 

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17 minutes ago, Detournement said:

Anna Soubry has stated she will vote for Theresa May in a no confidence vote.

Anna Soubry was on a panel this afternoon demanding Labour call a no confidence vote.

 

 

 

Why does Anna Soubry get so much airtime?

She just comes across as a useless hand-wringer type. And now an enabler of a hopeless PM.

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They also lied their heads off about their financial stats to fool the European Central Bank and keep the good times rolling.
Think that also both ways though. Anything provided would have been audited in huge depth but for whatever reason, approval was given.

I suspect that Greece was highlighted as a strategically important state due to it's strategic importance to Russia so the thinking was to just integrate as strongly as possible.

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Blackford admits that the SNP can call a no confidence vote!

I wonder why they want Corbyn to call one?

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3 minutes ago, Scary Bear said:

Why does Anna Soubry get so much airtime?

She just comes across as a useless hand-wringer type. And now an enabler of a hopeless PM.

She always seems half cut so she makes for good TV.

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1 minute ago, O'Kelly Isley III said:
4 minutes ago, Detournement said:
Blackford admits that the SNP can call a no confidence vote!
I wonder why they want Corbyn to call one?

To check if he's still alive ?

He's leading the debate in the HoC right now.

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8 minutes ago, Detournement said:

Blackford admits that the SNP can call a no confidence vote!

I wonder why they want Corbyn to call one?

If Blackford called it the Government could refuse to have a vote on it, AFAIK only the leader of the official opposition can force one.

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He's leading the debate in the HoC right now.
I should think so, considering he called it... what tangent do you reckon he'll veer off on ? My money's on badger culling.

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3 hours ago, MixuFixit said:


It would be a reasonable assumption that the party wishing to leave would have some idea about realistic terms before triggering it, no?

Yes.  Of course they did.

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3 minutes ago, welshbairn said:

If Blackford called it the Government could refuse to have a vote on it, AFAIK only the leader of the official opposition can force one.

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3.4 No confidence and confidence motions
The Act sets out the form in which no confidence and confidence motions would be valid for the purposes of an early general election or confirmation by the Commons of the formation of a new government. This would not appear to prevent other types of motions of censure from being debated or passed.

http://researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/documents/SN06111/SN06111.pdf

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1 hour ago, Kyle said:

 

 

And here we go.

Looking good if they have a new leader for the next General Election but pretty dire in the short term, if as I assume, the majority of members are Brexiteers.

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And yet, there are hourly reminders that it could be a lot worse. European Research Group henchman Steve Baker MP has declared that the four Eurosceptics who have quit the cabinet – Boris Johnson, David Davis, Dominic Raab and Esther McVey – should decide which one of them will run as a Brexit PM. What a banquet of choice for the British people that would be. According to YouGov polling this week, Boris Johnson’s approval ratings are currently minus 35, David Davis’s are minus 19, Dominic Raab’s are minus 21, and Esther McVey’s were not polled, presumably on the basis that the recently departed high priestess of universal credit would break their measuring device.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/dec/11/brexit-grabbing-mace-theresa-may-cancelled-vote

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4 minutes ago, Detournement said:

That doesn't refute what I said. If Blackford calls for a vote of no confidence, the Government can say no. If Corbyn calls it, they can't.

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At least if Esther McVey became leader/PM you'd have something to look at while her vacuous pronouncements flowed over you. (Not a euphemism.)

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