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Next Gamble - New Prime Minister Odds

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  • bobspud
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    Originally posted by fullyautomatix View Post
    Get outta here. Its Corbyn's turn now. Tories cannot organise a pissup in a brewery. Call the general elections. Tories will get hammered so much they wont win any elections for decades.
    I think this is actually going to change the UK political parties completely...

    The Tories and Labour Party have shown that there is a very capable liberal party in the middle of them and frankly the nutters at either end can be jettisoned. We know that the working class don't like what the leadership has become and it's time for a new agenda !!!

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  • unemployed
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    how about the love child of chuka uma and sadiq khan

    Chuka Khan

    "i feel for you" could be the slogan ??

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by SunnyInHades View Post
    betfair.com
    Prime Minister after Cameron

    Boris Johnson 4/7
    Theresa May 11/4
    Michael Gove 10/1
    Andrea Leadsom 18/1
    Ruth Davidson 20/1
    Stephen Crabb 22/1
    Priti Patel 25/1
    Lisa Nandy 25/1
    Philip Hammond 25/1
    Chris Grayling 25/1
    Yvette Cooper 33/1
    George Osborne 33/1
    David Davis 33/1
    Sajid Javid 33/1
    Jeremy Corbyn 40/1
    David Miliband 40/1
    Sadiq Khan 40/1
    Chuka Umunna 50/1
    Iain Duncan Smith 50/1
    Jeremy Hunt 50/1
    Nicky Morgan 50/1
    Liam Fox 50/1
    Nigel Farage 50/1
    Hilary Benn 80/1
    Andy Burnham 100/1
    Dan Jarvis 100/1
    Michael Fallon 100/1
    Rachel Reeves 100/1
    Tom Watson 100/1

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  • GJABS
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    Originally posted by SunnyInHades View Post
    Unlikely I believe, PM needs to be a vocal brexit supporter who'll pull no punches in EU leave negotiations.
    How about Nick Griffin, formerly of the British National Party. He was/is a vocal brexit supporter.

    OK. How about AndyW's mum?

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  • SunnyInHades
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    Originally posted by WTFH View Post
    Spoke to PaddyPower earlier and they won't give me odds for me being the next PM.

    Just saying
    betfair.com
    Prime Minister after Cameron

    Boris Johnson 4/7
    Theresa May 11/4
    Michael Gove 10/1
    Andrea Leadsom 18/1
    Ruth Davidson 20/1
    Stephen Crabb 22/1
    Priti Patel 25/1
    Lisa Nandy 25/1
    Philip Hammond 25/1
    Chris Grayling 25/1
    Yvette Cooper 33/1
    George Osborne 33/1
    David Davis 33/1
    Sajid Javid 33/1
    Jeremy Corbyn 40/1
    David Miliband 40/1
    Sadiq Khan 40/1
    Chuka Umunna 50/1
    Iain Duncan Smith 50/1
    Jeremy Hunt 50/1
    Nicky Morgan 50/1
    Liam Fox 50/1
    Nigel Farage 50/1
    Hilary Benn 80/1
    Andy Burnham 100/1
    Dan Jarvis 100/1
    Michael Fallon 100/1
    Rachel Reeves 100/1
    Tom Watson 100/1

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  • Old Greg
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    Originally posted by minestrone View Post
    Boris will be given the job, absolute certainty.
    I trust him.

    I also accept there is a risk that a vote to Leave the EU, as it currently stands,will cause fresh tensions in the union between England and Scotland. On the other hand, most of the evidence I have seen suggests that the Scots will vote on roughly the same lines as the English.
    At the end of it all, we want to get a result, and then get on and unite around David Cameron – continuing to deliver better jobs, better housing, better health, education and a better quality of life for our constituents for whom (let’s be frank) the EU is not always the number one issue.
    Boris Johnson exclusive: There is only one way to get the change we want – vote to leave the EU

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  • MrMarkyMark
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    Originally posted by WTFH View Post
    Spoke to PaddyPower earlier and they won't give me odds for me being the next PM.

    Just saying
    Did you get any for getting Bliar back in

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  • WTFH
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    Spoke to PaddyPower earlier and they won't give me odds for me being the next PM.

    Just saying

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by AtW View Post
    The irony is that Brexiters whine about President of EU being unelected but they will be happy with Boris becoming PM without General Elections
    But you never vote directly for the PM.

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by FatLazyContractor View Post
    The current PM is a democratically elected person, you fecking mutton head.
    The irony is that Brexiters whine about President of EU being unelected but they will be happy with Boris becoming PM without General Elections

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