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20 minutes ago, tamthebam said:

How long do you think Boris will hang about as an MP after he leaves No 10?

Not very long is my guess 

If folk think there's been a stooshie in the Commons over recent months, just wait until the next PM tries to get BoJo into the House of Lords.

And with that nauseating thought, I bid everyone goodnight!

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6 minutes ago, tamthebam said:

How long do you think Boris will hang about as an MP after he leaves No 10?

Not very long is my guess 

As long as it benefits him personally to do so. Even for a privileged buffer like Johnson, it's still a decent scam to get eighty-four grand a year for a job that allows you to spend as much time as you like earning money on the side.

He's also demonstrated a desire to grind out every last bean, so it wouldn't surprise me if he stayed on even if it starts to look like he'll be out on his arse at the next election. He ought to be good for a Mellor-style calculated hustings meltdown, as he has no shame.

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3 minutes ago, RiG said:

Just red meat to his supporters and he still has plenty it seems.

Johnson's legacy is to be based on him 'getting the big calls right', every bit as much a lie as his entire tenure as leader.  Unfortunately history is recorded retrospectively but no matter, it will be utterly damning as yet more evidence emerges thro time.

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2 hours ago, O'Kelly Isley III said:

Johnson's legacy is to be based on him 'getting the big calls right', every bit as much a lie as his entire tenure as leader.  Unfortunately history is recorded retrospectively but no matter, it will be utterly damning as yet more evidence emerges thro time.

They weren't 'big calls right', how could he or they know that? Back slapping each other for just pushing it through. Maybe the end result of these big calls doesn't matter, this might be the whole point.

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4 hours ago, O'Kelly Isley III said:

Johnson's legacy is to be based on him 'getting the big calls right', every bit as much a lie as his entire tenure as leader.  Unfortunately history is recorded retrospectively but no matter, it will be utterly damning as yet more evidence emerges thro time.

I wonder if the phrase being spoken rather than written means that we have missed what it actually is.

When written down, it is more obvious - "We're getting the big calls, right?"

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1 minute ago, Mark Connolly said:

I wonder if the phrase being spoken rather than written means that we have missed what it actually is.

When written down, it is more obvious - "We're getting the big calls, right?"

Fair point... "We are getting the big calls, right ... calls from The Times, the Daily Mail, the Telegraph, the Express, the CBI...." 

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2 hours ago, Mark Connolly said:

I wonder if the phrase being spoken rather than written means that we have missed what it actually is.

When written down, it is more obvious - "We're getting the big calls, right?"

More likely they've misheard him planning yet another party.

"We're getting the big dolls, right?"

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2 hours ago, welshbairn said:

I could see Nadine garrotting somebody soon..

 

Her days on the front bench are numbered and she knows it.  I can see the HoDC beckoning - Lady Nads of Fuckwittery.

 

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Watching Johnson's last PMQs and that toadying, arselicking, sycophantic wee rat Andrew Bowie has just spouted a load of pro-yoon shite.

The people of Aberdeenshire West and Kincardine should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves for voting for this absolute waste of cum.

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Apparently there was a round of applause for Johnson from the government benches as he left the chamber.  I wonder how Hoyle reacted since he admonished the opposition benches for applauding just last week.  More double standards from the little rat.

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9 minutes ago, Granny Danger said:

Apparently there was a round of applause for Johnson from the government benches as he left the chamber.  I wonder how Hoyle reacted since he admonished the opposition benches for applauding just last week.  More double standards from the little rat.

This too

 

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1 hour ago, Mark Connolly said:

This too

 

 

Not so long since the obnoxious c**t threw Blackford out the House for having the temerity to call Johnson a liar.

Talk about double standards?

We just should have nothing to do with that institution. Come on Scotland, we can do better than this.

 

 

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