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Cameron gone. Who's gonna clean this mess up?



che schifo

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Big bad bumbling boris, of course. No doubt his plan all along in coming in on the leave side.
 

ger12

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Decent leader. He had no choice. I feel somewhat sorry for him.
 

Emily Davison

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I heard on the BBC this morning that Boris said Cameron should stay on to negotiate the Leave. Will Cameron has said F you Boris. Well done Cameron. I'm actually in shock. I thought Cameron was a great leader. Boris the Cad in personal and public life can now see what it's like to be in charge of the mess he helped to create.
 

eoghanacht

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A nation divided.
 

livingstone

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Kuensberg suggesting that there will also be an early election once there's a new leader.

I would expect Boris and Theresa May to definitely run.

Osborne might but I'd say probably not.

Liam Fox, Nicky Morgan, Sajid Javid all suggested as possible candidates.

Of course, if I were a Labour MP facing a new PM and possibly an election in three months, I'd be thinking very hard about whether now is the time to move against Corbyn.
 

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Decent leader. He had no choice. I feel somewhat sorry for him.
I don't, to be honest. Promising the referendum was a huge gamble, and he won't be the only one paying the price of losing that gamble.

Corbyn lacklustre support for Remain, of course, didn't help very much.

Interesting times, unfortunately, and largely Cameron's own bloody fault.
 

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I don't, to be honest. Promising the referendum was a huge gamble, and he won't be the only one paying the price of losing that gamble.

Corbyn lacklustre support for Remain, of course, didn't help very much.

Interesting times, unfortunately, and largely Cameron's own bloody fault.
Made no difference.

Labour is totally out of touch with working class areas on the issue of Europe. They have been for years.

They change their policy or they are fooked.
 

GDPR

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Decent leader. He had no choice. I feel somewhat sorry for him.
He goes with good grace, but now or shortly will leave the buffoons in charge .

Interesting and perhaps even dangerous times.
 

Se0samh

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I don't, to be honest. Promising the referendum was a huge gamble, and he won't be the only one paying the price of losing that gamble.

Corbyn lacklustre support for Remain, of course, didn't help very much.

Interesting times, unfortunately, and largely Cameron's own bloody fault.

It was very foolish, akin to trying to cure a minor, but chronic headache, by shooting yourself in the head. :roll:
 

che schifo

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Boris in Britain and Trump in the States - A truly bad hair day for us all!
Crikey, just thinking about that could cause an imminent change of underwear! Then again, it's Friday so they were due a change anyway...
 

Jim Car

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Lads the UK are weak lets hit them while their down and just annex the north its the last thing they will expect :)
 

Emily Davison

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After Brexit ... Denmark, Swedan, France?
 

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