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11 minutes ago, coffee_rules said:

He is surprised that there is betting even in this .. Scotsman! But bookies will bet on anything. Even rain in Engerland!!

Aaaah thanks . 

 

Never been in a bookies in my life but you are correct people here would bet on 2 flies on a wall 

 

Don't think he will be favourite tomorrow now that the Daily Mail have started a hatchet job on Sunak 

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1 minute ago, BacktoCricaddict said:

My apologies for the original Hindi response and more so for the smart-alecky post with which I followed.  Didn't realize you are Scottish (come to think of it, I knew it, but had forgotten).  

Apologies accepted , I am in a good mood Scotland beat Namibia today :bow:

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2 hours ago, Clarke said:

 

The fact that his wife didnt legally do anything wrong- its all about lavde morals according to british public. This new video of him at 20 years has been dug up... its safe to say a lot of people are not ready for a brown PM... no matter how educated or experienced he is.

 

This is not bias BUT out of all the 10 candidates, some of who are nobodies and living in la la lands, as a Brit citizen, I would be comfortable with Rishi Sunak, BUT will he win against Starmer in a general election? Probably not. So at the moment the Tory party has a tough decision to make on a best leader and someone who can win an election against Labour

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all kinds of chess and skullduggery goes on. the remaining 8 need to impress the parliamentary party to make it to the last two. then it's over to the 100k strong party membership which has very different priorities. if you believe as i do, that Rishi will make it to the last two but will not win the vote of party members, then it's not too outlandish to suggest your best chance of winning the whole thing as a white Penny Mourdant is to ensure Rishi makes it to the last two. in other news black woman Kemi Badenoch is apparently gaining support among the party members.

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On 7/10/2022 at 8:19 AM, MultiB48 said:

Why do people keep referring to these people as Indian ,they are just rootless career oriented people .They dont give a * about us nor should we bother about them.

the idea you need to live in the geographical land mass called india to identify as indian is pretty narrow minded

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3 hours ago, goose said:

all kinds of chess and skullduggery goes on. the remaining 8 need to impress the parliamentary party to make it to the last two. then it's over to the 100k strong party membership which has very different priorities. if you believe as i do, that Rishi will make it to the last two but will not win the vote of party members, then it's not too outlandish to suggest your best chance of winning the whole thing as a white Penny Mourdant is to ensure Rishi makes it to the last two. in other news black woman Kemi Badenoch is apparently gaining support among the party members.

 

Her strong stance on woke bshit and return to real Conservative party values is refreshing- shes not a typical private school educated, Oxbridge grad like the others. If Penny Mourdant or Kemi is pitted against Rishi he will lose badly- his only bet the last two be him and other Jeremy Hunt ( C*NT) or Zawahi.

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9 hours ago, goose said:

the idea you need to live in the geographical land mass called india to identify as indian is pretty narrow minded

 

Almost as narrow minded as being classified by your ancestry/race ? 

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8 hours ago, LordPrabhzy said:

 

Her strong stance on woke bshit and return to real Conservative party values is refreshing- shes not a typical private school educated, Oxbridge grad like the others. If Penny Mourdant or Kemi is pitted against Rishi he will lose badly- his only bet the last two be him and other Jeremy Hunt ( C*NT) or Zawahi.

yeh i agree he is just a bit too slick. her launch speech was impressive. im not sure going to oxbridge and doing very well for yourself should count against you though.

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55 minutes ago, goose said:

yeh i agree he is just a bit too slick. her launch speech was impressive. im not sure going to oxbridge and doing very well for yourself should count against you though.

 

No my point is 'Most' Tory MPs are private school, Oxbridge educated which makes seem seem out of touch with the common man- a prime example is RIshi Sunak's stupid photo opp attempt at trying to fill a car when he actually borrowed it from the Cameras.. same with Boris. Atleast with Kemi she has had a more down to earth background to be able to empathise with the common man... (for now)

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18 minutes ago, LordPrabhzy said:

 

No my point is 'Most' Tory MPs are private school, Oxbridge educated which makes seem seem out of touch with the common man- a prime example is RIshi Sunak's stupid photo opp attempt at trying to fill a car when he actually borrowed it from the Cameras.. same with Boris. Atleast with Kemi she has had a more down to earth background to be able to empathise with the common man... (for now)

can you imagine kemi winning this race - labour would be obliterated!

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11 hours ago, LordPrabhzy said:

 

No my point is 'Most' Tory MPs are private school, Oxbridge educated which makes seem seem out of touch with the common man- a prime example is RIshi Sunak's stupid photo opp attempt at trying to fill a car when he actually borrowed it from the Cameras.. same with Boris. Atleast with Kemi she has had a more down to earth background to be able to empathise with the common man... (for now)

Pretty much all prime ministers in recent times went to Oxbridge. Nothing wrong with it. They are the best universities in the country by far. Better than the international school of tea making ;) 

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1 hour ago, Ranvir said:

Pretty much all prime ministers in recent times went to Oxbridge. Nothing wrong with it. They are the best universities in the country by far. Better than the international school of tea making ;) 

 

If you are done with your thin veiled jibes at Modi when he isnt realated to British Politics whatsoever then we can have a mature discussion.

 

I never made a comment on the quality of Oxbridge did I? or you havent managed to figure out how to read? My point is that the common working class voter thinks that these oxbrdige educated MPs do not resonate with them- if the Conservative party thinks that Rishi Sunak can help them retain all the red wall seats they won in 2019 on the BREXIT wave then they have another thing coming.

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27 minutes ago, LordPrabhzy said:

 

If you are done with your thin veiled jibes at Modi when he isnt realated to British Politics whatsoever then we can have a mature discussion.

 

I never made a comment on the quality of Oxbridge did I? or you havent managed to figure out how to read? My point is that the common working class voter thinks that these oxbrdige educated MPs do not resonate with them- if the Conservative party thinks that Rishi Sunak can help them retain all the red wall seats they won in 2019 on the BREXIT wave then they have another thing coming.

Look the UK would never allow a teamaker become Prime Minister, that's why it's a first world country. These working class voters in places like Essex vote for the conservatives. Jeremy Codbyn and Ed Milliband had the unions on their side and still never came close to winning. In the 90s it was the same with Kinnock. Only Tony Blair who was more of a Conservative Labour politician managed to win. 

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40 minutes ago, Ranvir said:

Look the UK would never allow a teamaker become Prime Minister, that's why it's a first world country. These working class voters in places like Essex vote for the conservatives. Jeremy Codbyn and Ed Milliband had the unions on their side and still never came close to winning. In the 90s it was the same with Kinnock. Only Tony Blair who was more of a Conservative Labour politician managed to win. 

 

Rather have articulate and street smart chai wala as a PM than a buffoon clown who cant comb his hair and wear a tie properly:Boris Johnson.. just because he went to oxford and has money and is white skin doesnt make him better.

 

The hard left of Labour couldnt succeed since 2015 due Brexit and their hardcore opposition to it and them pandering to the champagne socialists- now that Brexit is done and the working class has suffered the worst cost of living crises and high taxes under the Tory rule its obvious they might start going back to Labour

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