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Discussion in 'World News' started by Decap, Oct 14, 2015.

  1. PR3D4T0R

    PR3D4T0R Member

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    Correct Dion, but David Cameron has now ran off to hide because he didn't like the way that the EU Referendum played out. If he had any doubt that Leave would have ever won, he should never have chosen to have the Referendum in the first place, although he would have been forced out of parliament if he would have not started the Referendum.

    But his successor, Theresa May, the UK's second female Prime Minister, well ... I don't really know what I think of her. To be one hundred per cent honest with you, until we find out more about how she is going to go about running the country, I would have rather had David Cameron running the country with his arse cheeks. There are a lot of articles going around comparing her to Margaret Thatcher and the fact that she will more than likely become the second Margaret Thatcher.

    In terms of who I'd like to be running the country right now, it's a mess of a situation. For one, It is not the conservatives that I would like to stay in power come the next general election. I am usually a labour supporter, but the way that Jeremy Corbyn (Autocorrect tried to correct 'Corbyn' to 'CornCob') goes about things, I actually despise him. If he was to be put into power, he wants to deal with the crisis that we have with ISIS by sitting down and writing them a letter. The fact that 80% of the entire Labour party want Jeremy Corbyn to resign and that they are revolting against him tells him that he should step down, but being the power-hungry greedy old prick that he is, he is refusing to step down. The only way that he is ever going to get kicked out of the leadership role is when we have the leadership Re-Vote. Now back to my point about who I'd like to run the country, at this point, with everything going on with the Conservatives and Labour, I'd go as far as to say if SNP managed to get into parliament I really wouldn't give 2 monkeys right now.
     
  2. ArrayZ_LSD

    ArrayZ_LSD Bounty Hunter Platinum VIP

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    I'm not even going to read all that
     
  3. Coolguy

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    Cameron supported democracy and held a referendum and then did the right thing in resigning because he thought brexit should be handled by a brexit supporter, unfortunately the rest of the tories didn't think that way. Theresa May hasn't done anything yet, but I'll be looking forward to her first PMQ.

    I'll agree with you that UK politics is in a bad state at the moment, but I certainly disagree with you about Corbyn being a manchild, he had a large majority of the labour populus backing him, and his socialist attitude is for the people; He genuinely believes that it should be up to the people as to who runs as leader of the party and I admire him for that; It's the rest of the party that are acting like children, their own voters chose him and now they want to overthrow him just because he didn't campaign enough for the remain camp?
     
  4. Roflcopter Rogers

    Roflcopter Rogers Least From The East Platinum VIP

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    Brexit isn't even going to happen, House of Lords won't have anything to do with it.
     
  5. ArrayZ_LSD

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    We don't listen to Americans.
     
  6. PR3D4T0R

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    Ahhh! That is one thing I am happy that Theresa May is the Prime Minister for. She has said that she does not care what anybody says, we voted for Brexit, so she is going to leave the EU. (She voted to Stay)
    There will be no second Referendum.