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Absolutely bizzare interview, yes it's correct that Johnson didn't have any policies, although he never had. But they don't give the slightest hint that he was continually embroiled in scandal.

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3 minutes ago, williemillersmoustache said:

Very tempted to say f**k them.  They had a VONC less than 3 years ago. They should get on with the day job of running things in Wales and not being a credible alternative government. "Now is not the time" etc. Etc. 

 

Totally agree on "credible alternative government"    There's no such thing at WM.

My thinking was if a VONC was to succeed (unlikely I know) it would lead to an early GE. 

Now that could be good for Scotland. 

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4 minutes ago, ICTJohnboy said:

 

Totally agree on "credible alternative government"    There's no such thing at WM.

My thinking was if a VONC was to succeed (unlikely I know) it would lead to an early GE. 

Now that could be good for Scotland. 

It could but it wouldn't. The Tories would have the ability to form a new government which they could do. 

It is just shenanigans from Labour and a typical f**k you to convention from the tories. Nut I do love the thought of them screaming and pishing and moaning about denying democracy considering the shite they've talked about Scotlands right to choose recently.

Round them. 

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7 minutes ago, williemillersmoustache said:

It could but it wouldn't. The Tories would have the ability to form a new government which they could do. 

It is just shenanigans from Labour and a typical f**k you to convention from the tories. Nut I do love the thought of them screaming and pishing and moaning about denying democracy considering the shite they've talked about Scotlands right to choose recently.

Round them. 

The convention is to call the vonc in the government rather than the PM isn't it so Labour are playing games also.  

I'm surprised Boris doesn't want this to go ahead.  If he loses so what?  The Tories are in the process of forming a new government anyway and there won't be an election.  No way tory MP's are going to vote with Labour on this anyway but that then makes things interesting.  He's resigned because he's lost the confidence of his parliamentary party.  If they support him in a vonc against the PM specifically has he then regained the trust of the parliamentary party and begins to barricade himself inside No.10 again?

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12 minutes ago, williemillersmoustache said:

It could but it wouldn't. The Tories would have the ability to form a new government which they could do. 

It is just shenanigans from Labour and a typical f**k you to convention from the tories. Nut I do love the thought of them screaming and pishing and moaning about denying democracy considering the shite they've talked about Scotlands right to choose recently.

Round them. 

 

But if Nicola was to fight a GE on the single question of Independence, surely that would have to be good for Scotland?

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1 hour ago, Left Back said:

The convention is to call the vonc in the government rather than the PM isn't it so Labour are playing games also.  

I'm surprised Boris doesn't want this to go ahead.  If he loses so what?  The Tories are in the process of forming a new government anyway and there won't be an election.  No way tory MP's are going to vote with Labour on this anyway but that then makes things interesting.  He's resigned because he's lost the confidence of his parliamentary party.  If they support him in a vonc against the PM specifically has he then regained the trust of the parliamentary party and begins to barricade himself inside No.10 again?

Yeah odd and embarrassing from the "government" but definitely a bit of shenanigans fro. Labour too

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1 hour ago, Granny Danger said:

The sad thing is Johnson will get the last laugh when the Tories lose the next GE.

They won’t lose tho cause brexit will get cancelled blah blah blah scotland will get independence and go bust mumble mumble lie lie lie torries +11 

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8 minutes ago, Arch Stanton said:

At PMQs, Kenny MacKaskill and Neale Heavey were ejected for some sort of protest.

Persistent standing and shouting at Boris. Was a good laugh to see the speaker flapping and struggling to control it.

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20 hours ago, 101 said:

Absolutely bizzare interview, yes it's correct that Johnson didn't have any policies, although he never had. But they don't give the slightest hint that he was continually embroiled in scandal.

Absolutely standard for Fox News and Tucker Carlson.

The TV station for people who've taken a long, hard look at reality and decided there wasn't enough for them to be angry about, much like the Mail & Express over here.

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21 hours ago, 101 said:

Absolutely bizzare interview, yes it's correct that Johnson didn't have any policies, although he never had. But they don't give the slightest hint that he was continually embroiled in scandal.

That's incredibly fucked up. 

"Elected to stick it to the elite" 

"Sucked into the Globalist liberal agenda of Greta Thunberg" (he might have said "thunbergism") 

"The people had enough of globalism" 

Here's me thinking it was because he kept lying about breaking the law and got caught multi-lying about hiring sex pests. 

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1 hour ago, Arch Stanton said:

At PMQs, Kenny MacKaskill and Neale Heavey were ejected for some sort of protest.

Annoying just like at football games that the cameras don't follow the action we all want to see. In this case those two embarassing themselves.

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3 hours ago, Arch Stanton said:

At PMQs, Kenny MacKaskill and Neale Heavey were ejected for some sort of protest.

They’ll both be ejected by the electorate next time around.

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I'm not an Alba Da' but fair play to them if Westminster ignore out democratic representatives and parliament why should we respect theirs. As Winnie Ewing said we're there to settle up not settle down.

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I'm not an Alba Da' but fair play to them if Westminster ignore out democratic representatives and parliament why should we respect theirs. As Winnie Ewing said we're there to settle up not settle down.
Thing is no one voted for Alba at last election so these imposters should have slung their hooks.
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