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On Thu 7 Jul at 10:05am Nevillman wrote:
No newsletters demonstrating her action, her concern or her position on the Tory party leadership lately. I assume that by keeping her head down she will be taking on a major governmental role soon. Must be one of the few Johnson supporters left in parliament.
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On Thu 7 Jul at 10:37am janet street preacher wrote:
Her and the political heavyweight that is Nadine Dorries make a great pair
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On Fri 8 Jul at 7:25pm Father Hackett wrote:
She just been announced as minister for Health and Social Care. We are in trouble.
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On Sat 9 Jul at 9:03am Nevillman wrote:
I was only joking. I had no idea that Johnson even read this forum.
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On Sat 9 Jul at 2:25pm Green Sleeves wrote:
She backed brexit and johnson. Says all u need to know.

Just waiting for pearls of wisdom from Mr Pain trotting out the tired old "all politicians are the same" tropes and other rubbish takes on the world.
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On Sun 10 Jul at 6:01pm Tom Pain wrote:
Blimey, I don't need to say anything for autotroll to get his knife in. My moneys on WEFboy Riki Tiki for the top job.
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On Sun 10 Jul at 6:47pm Green Sleeves wrote:
I've missed your lunacy, TP. David Icke for Prime Minister!!
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On Mon 11 Jul at 9:55am Nevillman wrote:
To be fair Tom, you have come out with 'they're all the same' several times. You have never tried to back it up but it does of course allows you to justify your past voting to yourself. It would be good if this thread wasn't about you for at least a few more posts though so apologies for the diversion and don't be naughty green.
Disappointed to see caulfield wasn't being given a price to become prime minister by my bookie. Maybe a few weeks in the health department will give her the chance to turn the NHS around and establish her reputation as a political heavyweight. Called to the highest office by a confused but grateful nation.
Tax dodger by association sunak looks to be a clear favourite. Don't follow the news so haven't heard of the others in the race but the two next most likely according to the bookies look slightly nuts to me.
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On Mon 11 Jul at 3:04pm Father Hackett wrote:
Larry the Cat would be better than any of them.
 
 
On Thu 14 Jul at 7:33pm Nevillman wrote:
Just checked with the bookies and see there is a new favourite. Who the hell is penny mordant?
 
 
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