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Theresa did nothing wrong apart from calling the ill advised general election that backfired  & lost her majority. She should really have gone then  but ,from the post Cameron appointment of her as PM she has had to carry a pretty dirty stick. All the  2018 take overs by fringe groups soon fizzled out when the architects realised what a poisoned chalice the job came with. Unfortunately ,whoever takes over has such a lot to do to implement a satisfactory Brexit.

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Depends how much legal authority  Parliament (legislature) V Government (executive) has on the matter, and how much backbone the new Leader has.  The clock runs out at the end of October,  all the new PM has to do is spin out the time (trying for a better deal, but preparing for no deal) until the clock runs out and were out - finally.

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4 minutes ago, Observer II said:

Depends how much legal authority  Parliament (legislature) V Government (executive) has on the matter, and how much backbone the new Leader has.  The clock runs out at the end of October,  all the new PM has to do is spin out the time (trying for a better deal, but preparing for no deal) until the clock runs out and were out - finally.

Oh not that line AGAIN. Every week more calls for a general election and press speculation on splits. NOTHING has changed, the unicorns are still missing and Bercow is still there to allow dirty tricks..

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All that seems to have changed is the number of political parties. The same faces are still milling about albeit under a shiny new brand name.

Worse than the old double glazing companies years back.

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30 days in September, April, June and November. And all the rest have 31.
Except May which has 3 long, tiring years.

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4 hours ago, Observer II said:

Any effort needs to be carefully targeted.

So that it can be skilfully negated by application of committees, fact finding groups and audits.🤭

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I'm refering  to the anomalies of FPTP  Sid:   like 4 million votes not delivering one MP for UKIP at the last election, while one million votes delivered one Green MP and quite a few SNP MPs.  

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