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Tory Cabinet Thread


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labour MP for Rotherham Sarah Champion asked the prime minister how he can justify taking food from the poorest children in her constituency as in March the government is set to end the household Support Scheme which could end about 12,000 free school meals for the poorest children.

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Charlie’s giving whoever the fuck this Tory clown (Charle Heaton-Harris, Northern Ireland Secretary) a first class rogering on BBC Breakfast at the moment. 
 

To be fair, he’s been sent out to try and defend the governments current record without the skill set to turn the murkiest of water into wine. 

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8 minutes ago, Bruce Spanner said:

Emergency press conference at 11am.

 

Sunak appears before Covid enquiry Monday already a condemned man by the evidence.

 

The Tories are at war and the letters are going in and another leadership contest looks possible.

 

Nothing is going to get any better.

 

General election?

 

 

 

If I was him I'd call one and scorch earth the motherfuckers. 

 

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Just now, Section_31 said:

 

If I was him I'd call one and scorch earth the motherfuckers. 

 

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Johnson has just totally thrown him under a bus in the enquiry and Monday they’ll just turn the screw on him and lay the blame of countless deaths at his door through his actions.

 

i think most likely it’ll be that Parliament will remain open over an extended period to ‘debate’ the options.

 

It won’t be enough, he’s toast.

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They're obsessed with punishing the poor and disabled and immigration of all types. Is the electorate outside of their own core voter's really that arsed? Cost of living crisis, economy flat lining, no growth so historically high taxes, NHS crisis, social care crisis, two majors wars, climate change etc. Nope let's force the disabled to work and persecute asylum seeks fleeing war torn regions.

 

I assume this is all part of a desperate deflection policy to distract from their disastrous regime?

 

I thought Brexit was meant to fix this?

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I freely admit I have no legal training, but I am not convinced that the three most senior judges in this country's in depth judgement on the safety of our asylum seekers at the hands of Rwanda's regime will be swayed by putting up a new banner at Kigali Airport proclaiming

 

' RWANDA -SAFE COUNTRY '

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Sunak is a horrible little rat.....his behaviour again today is just pathetic.

 

You can see how the privileged little tosser is throwing his toys around because he can't have his own way - and fuck me does that nark the little cunt - hates it, and it is ooozing out of him.

 

And of course when he is quite rightly under the hammer his stock response in that whiny, irritating voice of his that he uses like a child going 'ner ner ner ner ner ner' is to try and turn the spotlight on labour.

 

Sunak's crucial admission

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Henry Zeffman

Chief political correspondent

 

The fact that Rishi Sunak called a press conference at such short notice is evidence that he and his team do grasp the political peril he is now in.

 

But he wasn't keen to acknowledge it at the podium.

 

After his passionate defence of the proposed legislation, the prime minister repeatedly avoided questions by journalists which pointed to the intensifying questions about his leadership, instead urging them to ask the Labour Party about their position on the Rwanda scheme (they are opposed).

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