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    Sunday papers full of stories about a cabinet coup underway. Lidington and Gove emerging as front runners to become an interim/caretaker PM. May could be gone within days.

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    May the 1st would be an ideal day


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCyclingProgrammer View Post
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    Sunday papers full of stories about a cabinet coup underway. Lidington and Gove emerging as front runners to become an interim/caretaker PM. May could be gone within days.
    They'll never agree a replacement, not even in the interim, and she's unlikely to shift without unanimity from the Cabinet (the PP cannot remove her until December). Bet she's still there next Sunday, simply because they can't agree an alternative. She's a human shield

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    Lidington.


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    Gove.


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    AndyW?

    You know it makes sense...

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    It certainly is in a lot of headlines this morning. Good thing it was a slow news day yesterday and nothing else Brexit-related was going on....

    Newspaper headlines: 'Cabinet coup' and speedboat killer 'to return to UK' - BBC News

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    It certainly is in a lot of headlines this morning. Good thing it was a slow news day yesterday and nothing else Brexit-related was going on....

    Newspaper headlines: 'Cabinet coup' and speedboat killer 'to return to UK' - BBC News
    The headline in The Observer (strangely missing from a big splash on the BBC blog...) at least attempts to balance the two.


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    Why is it a march against the Tories?

    It is a march against Brexit which has been agreed is going to happen via the democratic process.

    This is a march against democracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    Why is it a march against the Tories?

    It is a march against Brexit which has been agreed is going to happen via the democratic process.

    This is a march against democracy.
    Brexit is having a wee in the middle of the room at a house party because nobody is talking to you, and then complaining about the smell.

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