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Theresa May

Discussion in 'Money Matters' started by alfie, Jun 30, 2016.

  1. alfie
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  2. Timmers
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    Timmers Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    She would be a reasonable choice, for me either Gove, May or Liam Fox in that order.
  3. bigmac
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    bigmac Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    i have long thought Theresa May would become leader of the tories--if not pm. the labour party have got to pull a huge rabbit out of the hat to offer any sort of challenge.
  4. Timmers
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    Timmers Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    After seeing May being interviewed on TV I have changed my mind; Gove, Fox then Theresa May.

    She has got something going on with her mouth similar to Gordon Brown and it niggles me hence my revised preference :)
  5. Timmers
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    Timmers Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    Unfortunately I think we can write the Labour party off for the foreseeable future.
  6. bigmac
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    bigmac Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    i always rated alan johnson for the role as labour leader---comes across well on the telly.
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  7. aposhark
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    I have always thought Gove would be the next Tory leader.
    He seems like he wouldn't take any poo-poo from people and he seems like a bright spark, too.
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  8. aposhark
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    I agree but there could be someone coming up through the ranks? Maybe Rob or Keith could enlighten us?
  9. walesrob
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    walesrob Admin Staff Member

    I'm hoping Hilary Benn will make a comeback, but right now, its a case of let the trainwreck run its course.
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  10. aposhark
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    These must be the craziest days in UK politics though.
    Who would have guessed what was going to happen?
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  11. Mattecube
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    Mattecube Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    I wouldn't trust Gove to walk my dog! I'm in the May camp,give a women a budget she sticks to it, give her discipline to dish out she does it,give her her beliefs she sticks to them. No messing from Ms Merkel.
    Failing Mrs May getting it I would settle for Nicole Minetti.
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  12. graham59
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    graham59 Well-Known Member

    Which policy was that ?

    She's too ugly :confused: for me to look at for more than a few seconds. :sick: Needs to start getting some proper nights' sleep. :)

    Imagine her, Clinton, and Merkel being in power. ... Be like the three ugly Sisters. :D
  13. KeithAngel
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    KeithAngel 2063 Lifetime Member

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    Just a guiess : The one where families are seperated and forced to be skype parents, or forced to sell there house and rent in order to have there Wife live with them , for some one who says the tories need to understand the pressures on ordinary people she is known as the wicked witch amongst the seperated daughter of a vicar or no:sick:
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  14. graham59
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    graham59 Well-Known Member

    Having considered the limited choice available, and watched his little press conference today, I would now back Gove.
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  15. Timmers
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    Timmers Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    At least Gove is sticking to the promises he made in the referendum, whether he would keep them is another thing all together, he is a politician after all :)
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