Discussion in 'The Dive' started by porridge, 9 Jul 2018.
They forgot, lass that if yer do nothing too long ye get a rightful share o' the blame.
According to the Telegraph, seven constituency chairmen for members of the cabinet have expressed dissatisfaction with the way things have been handled. I believe Ms. May may have worked so long with advisors and civil servants that she forgot the grass roots.
Ya mean de-selections on the table? hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha pause breath whisky hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha...
Has a serving Prime Minister ever been deselected?
With the news that she has taken yet another holiday during a critical period I have finally realised which former statesman Prime Minister she most reminds me of. I believe the papers should dust off the old headline "Prime Minister Visits Britain" for a re-airing.
Don't think so. If she's not first PM, she might be first at something.
Ouch! Who was that?
"Prime Minister Visits Britain".... Anthony Eden, huh? Guess I can see it.
And now I can't unsee it.
Not only history repeating itself then?
Never saw it that way before
Sounds like 'er lunch, lad.
I hate you both so much right now
Still no sign of a P45? Shame.
They started to crawl out of the woodwork, and by that I mean rumours about who is going to run against May after March and once Brexit in whatever form has happened.
Separate names with a comma.