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Who should succeed Cameron in 2019?

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On 24 Mar 2015 at 1:55pm Super Mac wrote:
Boris is still untried and I am not sure I would like his finger on the nuclear button,Teresa May is accident prone and a bit shrill,that leaves George Osborne who definitely has all the right stuff.My money is on him.
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On 24 Mar 2015 at 3:33pm feline wrote:
Here we go. Describing women as a bit shrill. Criticise her on her politics not how she sounds! Personally I can't bear Cameron' tight, mean little mouth but I criticice his politics not what he looks like!
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On 24 Mar 2015 at 3:46pm Mavis wrote:
Teresa May ain't no Maggie !
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On 24 Mar 2015 at 4:02pm xplorer1 wrote:
Let's all offer up a small prayer for that, Maggie.
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On 24 Mar 2015 at 5:30pm Sanderson wrote:
I have always liked David Davies.
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On 24 Mar 2015 at 6:02pm Clifford wrote:
Tony Blair seems the best bet.
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On 24 Mar 2015 at 9:42pm Country Boy wrote:
I too have always liked David Davies. However, contrary to what you see in the Media, Boris ain't no buffoon. He is a very sharp, shrewd cookie and can communicate at all levels and with all types.
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On 24 Mar 2015 at 10:23pm Historian wrote:
Can I offer up William Haig ?
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On 24 Mar 2015 at 10:31pm Andrew James wrote:
Jimmy Saville's available, now he's not presenting Top Gear any more.
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On 25 Mar 2015 at 5:03am Leveller wrote:
Well i like them Aunty Flo. I like David Cameron, i think he's head and shoulders above any of the rubbish the other parties put forward and i think the Tories have done what they had to do for Austerity reasons...if we'd carried on spending like Labour did, we'd be in the same position as Greece by now.
Oh, and i'm not a Tory, i'll vote for whoever is going to do best for my family and myself.
 
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On 25 Mar 2015 at 6:47am Thought Police wrote:
Andrew James, that' comment is of questionable taste.
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On 25 Mar 2015 at 7:07am none of the above wrote:
Leveller wrote: the Tories have done what they had to do for Austerity reasons... eeerr I have note seen them cut back their life styles in anyway shape or form. the gap is bigger than ever!!. Austerity is all well and good if everybody is going to join in for the good. But I'm afraid this tory Gov is too fast to give our money away to anyone with a begging bowl. if they get in again, I think our NHS is finished, they would rather give our funds to the rest of Europe and the rest of the world for that matter. charity begins at home!
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On 25 Mar 2015 at 9:19am Paul Newman wrote:
In fact the record of the coalition is better on equality than was New Labour and the proportion if tax paid by the top 1% has increased. Numerous loop holes have been closed that New Labour ignored perhaps ( to be fair ) because their experience had been that high progressive taxes lose revenue .
there has been bog all austerity unless you call borrowing 100 billion pa austerity.
On giving money away I agree that to actually increase the rate to 0.7% about 20 billion was disgusting but this was done to appease Liberals .
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On 25 Mar 2015 at 12:43pm Clifford wrote:
Leveller wrote: 'Oh, and i'm not a Tory, i'll vote for whoever is going to do best for my family and myself.'

And not a patriot either I see: self before country eh Leveller?
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On 25 Mar 2015 at 1:34pm Taff wrote:
do we really want to wait until 2019?
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On 25 Mar 2015 at 1:58pm leveller wrote:
@Clifford, Damn right, my family come first, always have, always will and i'd happily shout that from the bloody rooftops
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On 25 Mar 2015 at 2:28pm Mark wrote:
Because the top 1% have become more wealthy. Such a twister!


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