Boris to become PM after party vote victory

| 23/07/2019 | 107 Comments
Cayman News Service
Boris Johnson, the UK’s next prime minister

(CNS): There was little doubt about who would win the Conservative leadership election, as Boris Johnson was the front-runner from the get-go. The vote count revealed on Tuesday that 66% of the Tory membership backed Johnson, which will carry him to Number 10 Downing Street after he formally takes office on Wednesday afternoon. This means that Britain’s leader has been elected by just 92,153 Tory members, although there are well over 46.5 million voters in Britain.

Johnson is a controversial figure who has promised to take the UK out of Europe, come what may, on 31 October, reunite the people of Britain and defeat the Labour Party at the next election. But in reality, what happens next is anyone’s guess.

Johnson made an early career out of telling complete lies about European Union bureaucracy, was criticised for telling lies during the Brexit campaign and has continued to have some challenges with the truth ever since. He is a gaff-prone character who has cultivated the image of a shambolic British eccentric, but there are some serious concerns about his ability to lead Britain at this extremely decisive time in its history.

In his acceptance speech Johnson said there “will be people around the place who will question the wisdom of your decision”, as he acknowledged that many people in his own party are less than pleased with his rise to power.

As he committed to delivering on his campaign promises, he said that “like some slumbering giant, we are going to rise and ping off the guy ropes of self-doubt and negativity, with better education, better infrastructure, more police, fantastic full-fibre broadband sprouting in every household. We are going to unite this amazing country and we are going to take it forward.”

Promising to work “flat out from now on”, he said he would build a team over the next few days. His first job will be to create a Cabinet before he heads to Europe to deal with the continued problem of the UK’s departure from the European Union. Most of the current Cabinet members will be resigning tomorrow before Johnson formally takes up the job of prime minister.

Following the results of the leadership contest, a YouGov snap poll revealed that 37% of people in Britain were ‘dismayed’ by his election to the top job against 10% who said they were ‘delighted’, and the rest somewhere in between.

Meanwhile, the US Pesident, Donald Trump waded in and said Johnson “would be great” as PM. However, there are already concerns in Britain that Johnson could be manipulated by Trump, who is hugely unpopular in the UK.

Johnson, as a candidate, failed to defend Kim Darroch, the British ambassador to the United States, after his private cables pointing out the shortcomings of the Trump administration were leaked. The new PM has also been keen to work with Trump because of his support for Johnson’s position on Brexit and the ‘leave at any cost’ approach.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Boris Johnson is a 5th Column Remainer through and through.
    Watch how this unfolds. There will be no Brexit.
    Why do some folk wear guillibilty as a badge of honour?
    Ignorance is nothing to be proud of.

    • Anonymous says:

      5th Columnist Remainer? After all the high profile campaigning he did in favour of Brexit? Explain please.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Both Trump and Johnson are unabashed Zionists and as such, they will shamelessly follow their agenda. Trump was compromised years ago when he was a billion or two in debt. His family made a fortune from prostitution and gambling. Why do you thing he is so odious?
    Zionist banksters bailed him out and now he is a useful idiot. If anyone cares to remember, Trump was a Democrat who supported abortion. I do not believe for a minute that he has the fear of God in his heart.

    Johnson is a total plank and unworthy of any leadership position. Theresa May was so bad, she would have made Stalin look good.
    If anyone in this day and age is ignorant enough to look to politicians and organized religion to solve their woes, they deserve everything they get.
    It is time for people to be alert and wake up to the times that we are living in.

    If you are still ignorant, then I have for sale a rusty refrigerator in my backyard that was once purported to have landed on the moon.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bobo and Drumph sitting in a tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G, first comes bigotry, then comes a bad plan, then comes two countries at war with Iran!

  4. Anonymous says:

    And nukes!

    • Anonymous says:

      Now I know replied to a comment on this one. Message board creating new comments again. Oh well, this is still the best news source in the whole CI.

  5. Slacker says:

    Realtors are known to say “there has never been a better time to buy”.

    I think that between Trump, Boris, Ford/Scheer in Canada, Netanyahu, SA Crown Prince and Kim, “there has never been a better time to retire and spend the kid’s inheritance”.

    • Anonymous says:

      If only I could afford the health insurance premiums.

    • Neo says:

      Yes, bec your beloved communists would have been so much better. Hint: they would have taken your kids’ inheritance and spent it on themselves. You would have had no inheritance to speak of BOBO.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Dems slogan for election should be

    “Lets make America United Again”

  7. Anonymous says:

    Now we have Bumbling Borris And Dirty Donald as leaders, it’d be funny if it wasn’t so tragic

  8. Anonymous says:

    They would have been better of going back to being a monarchy FFS!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Sorry Brits. You may no longer call Americans dumb because you clearly are catching up to us fast.

    • Anonymous says:

      Not quite so fast – less than 5% of Brits are responsible for Boris being PM – there was no general election so sorry you yanks have to wear that cap until 2020. Please redeem yourself though. We will try to do the same in Britain. For the sake of the world lets hope we both succeed!

      • Anonymous says:

        Hillary won the popular vote by 3 million votes. Predict in 2020 Democrats will get 6 million more votes than Trump but will still lose because of the Electoral College system. Isn’t democracy wonderful?

        America has some real structural problems with their electoral system.

        • Anonymous says:

          Nah, the Electoral College was designed for exactly this situation. The point is that Hillary could have received every single vote in California and New York and would still lose. There is zero chance that this will be changed.

  10. Anonymous says:

    International law does not define Scotlands border or offshore rights. Those are internal matters as will be the terms of any departure. The UK is in charge until they agree not to be.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, you are correct but if / if Scotland was to separate then Scotland would obviously attempt to apply international customary law related to the Law Of The Sea. There are clear international legal precedents related to states separating and the jurisdiction they have over their offshore natural resources.

      • Anonymous says:

        No there isn’t.

        • Anonymous says:

          2:37, Just Google: United Nations Law Of The Sea. Read the section related to control of natural resources. The U.K. and all the countries in the North Sea region are party to the Law.

          • Anonymous says:

            Not if Scotland and the UK agree differently as to what the division of resources will be for Scotland to leave. I suppose Norway could object, but good luck with that.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Get in Boris! Now sort out Brexit and secure the boarders!

  12. Anonymous says:

    ha…he will fail in everthing and be out of office in 6 months.
    the tories will then get what they deserve for electing him in…wipe-out in the following general election.

  13. Anonymous says:

    The UK is now a twatocracy.

  14. Anonymous says:

    He may appear to be a ‘clown’ but he has achieved exactly what he set out to do. He is regarded as highly intelligent and unlike any other politician, is charismatic and likeable – look how he was voted in for a second time as Mayor, against the backdrop of a left-leaning London.

    I don’t care that he has referred to women wearing Burkas looking like ‘letterboxes’ – they do! A great piece of observational comedy. We may now see an end to extreme political correctness and finally, someone who has the guts to leave the EU when the deal offered by them was totally unacceptable. The ‘backstop’ goes – a free trade agreement – close co-operation on security and intelligence – reciprocal rights for UK/EU citizens; and then the UK can pay a properly calculated divorce bill!

    • Anonymous says:

      2:40, Bet you think Trump is charismatic and likable too.

      • Anonymous says:

        Nope – and he is not a classics scholar from Oxford either!

        • Anonymous says:

          Too bad BOJO didn’t study basic economics at Oxford if he had, he would have had a better basic understanding of economics and trade zones.

          Classics provide funny lines but won’t help with international trade.

      • Anonymous says:

        He won. What have you won lately?

    • Anonymous says:

      Another “stable genius”. Getting worried about these leaders who think they are “stable geniuses”. LOL.

    • Anonymous says:

      He has achieved none of the things he set out to do, he’s a lying, racist bigot. He will achieve none of the results you expect. I hope you’re comfortable with whatever names people call your SO and you’d be a bigot to be upset about it. If you need example about what he failed to achieved to do:

      – Fired as an aid for lying to the leader of the conservative party.

      – Fired as a journalist for lying (fabricated a quote from his farther-in-law).

      – Made a manifesto promise while running to be Mayor of London to not close a single ticket office on the London underground, then closed 144 just 2 years later, costing 1,200 jobs.

      -As Mayor he reduced crime in London by 20% while the National average during the same period was a 26% reduction.

      – As Mayor he told the London Assembly he would not close a single fire station or remove fire engines, then closed 10 stations and took 27 engines out of serve.

      – As Mayor of London he spent £40million on a bridge project on which construction never began.

      – As Mayor brought several water cannons for £320,000 that were not legally allowed to be used in the UK, not roadworthy, riddled with faults and were eventually sold for scrap.

      – Has had extra marital affairs with two different wives, furthering children with his lovers.

      – Has at least 2 ‘secret’ love children

      – Has written countless articles while an MP and journalist containing racist comments

      – As Foreign Secretary made a statement to parliament regarding Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe that was factually incorrect, leading to his comments being used in a trial in Iran to increase he prison sentence.

      – Has been described as “the worst Foreign Secretary in memory” and as a “circus act” by foreign office aids.

      – His No.2 at the foreign office described his job as Johnsons “pooper-scooper”.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Two of them in the world is way too much! Heck they even comb their similarly.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Only Natasha is missing

  17. Anonymous says:

    Another clown holds the highest office. Why should we even be surprised anymore?

    • Anonymous says:

      They said much the same about Churchill, but look how that turned out.
      Tony Blair was, and still is the darling of the chattering middle classes, wants to overturn Brexit, yet is responsible for taking the UK into an illegal war based upon fraudulent evidence.
      I know who I’d rather have at the top, and it’s not a self serving socialist war criminal.

      • Anonymous says:

        Hit the nail on the head!!

      • Anonymous says:

        Churchill was an atrocious failure of a peace time Prime Minister. I suspect your knowledge of history is limited. Your type tend to like the war bits and ignore the peace time.

        • Anonymous says:

          Don’t be so presumptuous you pompous ass. I didn’t say he was all things to all men, his failure as First Lord of the Admiralty under Liberal Asquith speaks for itself. But, unlike the surrender monkeys that claimed to have done a deal with Hitler or refused to acknowledge the rise of Nazism in Germany, he spoke against the trend and was proven to be right.
          Ring any bells? Wasn’t it the the Remoaners who said the economy would collapse after the Brexit vote and sterling would go into free fall?
          Well, no it didn’t and the 21st century’s version of the 20th century’s deluded pacifists will be proven wrong, yet again.
          Perhaps it’s a case of cometh the time, cometh the man.

          Take your blinkers off and stop the self harm that comes with the terminal sulk of the metropolitan minority. Who, after losing their case for a federal based political system, think the majority can’t possibly be intellectually capable of realising that life can be better outside of the corrupt EU.
          It must suck being you.

        • Bbb says:

          Yes, but he still saved your sorry a$$.

          • Anonymous says:

            No, that would be the Americans.

            • Anonymous says:

              Oh right, because they stopped the invasion of Britain from the other side of the Atlantic, whilst following an isolationist policy that eventually saw them bombed into the war by Japan at Pearl Harbor, fifteen months later.

              And so the Battle of Britain was won by the Yanks, and the Nazis Operation Sealion cancelled because the RAF failed to destroy German aircraft quicker than they could build them, denying air superiority over the English Channel.
              Oh of course, the British, (HMS Bulldog) hadn’t captured the Enigma machine from U-110 on the 9th May 1941, broken the Enigma code and didn’t set about destroying U Boats and the rest of the German Navy without a US ship in sight.

              Jeez, what had we Brits been doing for over two years prior to the Yanks joining in?

              Yep, got it now.

            • Bbb says:

              In part, sure. If you really want to be correct, it was the Russians. Churchill did his part as well.

    • Johnny Rotten says:

      Good one, especially when we have more than our per capita share of clown in power here.

  18. Anonymous says:

    An Independent Scotland looks very likely now

    • Anonymous says:

      Good. Let’s hope they can afford it as an ‘independent’ country reliant on Europe.
      Not really independent, is it?
      No currency, no diplomatic service, no plan for survival without English cash.
      Sound bites and nationalistic fervour is all well and good, but who’s paying for it?

      • Anonymous says:

        It’s the English who’ll be broke when the Scots take their oil back

      • Anonymous says:

        1:01, Scotland can afford it with all their North Sea oil and gas and only 5 million people. The Treasury in London will be hammered by losing all those taxes from oil and gas. Furthermore, Boris Johnson has made known his disdain for the people of Scotland. Good bye U.K.

        • Anonymous says:

          Freeeeeeeeeeeeedom, good luck to yas!

        • Anonymous says:

          Who says they get to keep the oil?

          • Anonymous says:

            Because under international law, by far the majority of the oil and gas is found within Scotland’s offshore jurisdiction.

            • Anonymous says:

              International law does not apply when the UK decides whether Scotland can leave and on what terms. Do you really think the UK will not keep a piece of the pie?

              • Anonymous says:

                Are you saying England will send in their army to prevent Scotland from separating? If Scotland votes to leave why not follow the rules the Englanders applied to leaving the EU?

                • Anonymous says:

                  You naively believe that England wants you to stay. The government might, but I doubt if most English voters will want you to stay if you want to go. But, they will want their money back, so no more subsidised education, medical bills or welfare. Scotland should find its own income from within if it wants true independence.
                  And vote yourself a President like the rest of your pals in Europe.

                • Anonymous says:

                  Well, this is all hypothetical, but Scotland doesn’t have any Army so the U K can simply pass some laws about who has the oil rights. Plus, Scotland will have to wait a few years to get in the EU even if the UK agrees to their leaving so it will need an agreement on the North Sea before it leaves. A further consideration is what about areas that don’t want to leave. Does the UK invite them to stay? Does Scotland send its future army to make them go along. So many bullshit questions.

        • Anonymous says:

          Really….in 2014 the average crude oil price was $85.60. Even at the time of the last Scottish referendum, it was stated that Scotland could not possibly balance its books. Today the price of oil is $46.35 – how can North Sea Oil revenues possibly sustain Scotland without a healthy hand out from Westminster?

          Go for independence. Let’s rebuild Hadrian’s Wall, let Scotland join the Euro (lol) and then we can kick out Ian Blackford from Parliament (there’s a loss!).

          • Anonymous says:

            Scotland’s GDP per capita is higher than anywhere else in the U.K. other than the London area, and has an open trading economy which England will not have when they break their economic links with their largest trading partner, the EU.

            • Anonymous says:

              “Other than London” is a big hole in your fake facts. Scotland alone is a basket case. EU might take them eventually , but they will just be another source of cheap labor like the Balkans.

              • Anonymous says:

                I just got back from a month in Scotland and it is certainly not a basket case. Edinburgh appears to be booming.

                • Anonymous says:

                  Edinburgh isn’t Scotland. That’s like saying Disney World is Florida.

                  • Anonymous says:

                    Edinburgh is to Scotland what London is to England. The financial services and insurance services sector are growing nicely.

                    • Anonymous says:

                      Yea, you keep growing. You’ll soon be as big as Slough. The difference is that London is the worlds financial centre and Edinburgh can only exist because of London and the guarantees it holds.
                      So no London, no credit rating, no Edinburgh financial clout, simples.
                      Just look at RBS or BoS, prime examples of Scottish financial ineptitude.

        • Anonymous says:

          I am a Scot, 2:34, a relatively proud one but not a bigoted English hating one. You are way way behind in your knowledge about oil in Scotland. It is VERY much a declining asset.

          • Anonymous says:

            I am a Scot. I saw the Scots vote 63% against the biggest decision facing the UK since the war and watched as the will of the Scots was ignored because 55% of English voted in a massive act of jingoistic self harm. Nearly 50% more Scots votes remain than the English. That shows how different the peoples are. One is open minded and co-operative, the other has a strongly insular, outdated and racist view of world. I’d rather be poor in the EU than shackled to a people that love Farage, Tommy Robinson and Jacob Rees Mogg.

            • Anonymous says:

              I bet you believe the crap of Braveheart and rather catchy folk song, Flower of Scotland.
              Both are based on losing, and independence will be more of the same.

              • Anonymous says:

                No, I don’t by into any of that basic plastic pseudo-nationalistic crap – that is for Americans and Brexiteers.

                • Anonymous says:

                  Yea, because Sectarian bigotry has no place in Scotland. You’re just one big happy band of ginger whingers who blame everyone else for your lack of imaginative thinking and religious intolerances.

                  The Scottish 63% Remain vote must be held against a 67.2% actual turnout in Scotland, or more accurately 1,661,191 Remain to 1,018,322 Leave. That’s a paltry 642,869 majority in favour of Remain in Scotland, from a national vote of 46,501,241 or 72.2% of the UK voting population.

                  So your voter turnout was less than the national percentage and markedly less than the Independance referendum which commanded 84.59% voter turnout. Of which 2 million+ voted NO to independence. That still leaves a huge number who didn’t vote either way for Brexit, but clearly wanted to remain in the union because they fear an independent Scotland more than they fear the English.

                  It’s also notable that 1.6 million independance YES voters match the 1.6 million Remain voters, so not really a resounding vote of confidence in the Remain vote as it would seem that the same SNP voters mobilised for both votes.

                  The lesson here is that quoting percentages of insignificant numbers is futile, it may look impressive, but has no substance in reality.

      • Anonymous says:

        Scotland has subsidised the UK to the tune of 1 trillion pounds. 1 trillion!!!! It’s paid for illegal wars. Tax cuts for the richest of the rich. Maintained a nuclear defence system that isn’t and has never been fit for purpose and all to keep a seat at the ‘top table’. Been wasted on ludicrous projects that only ever benefit the South East of England i.e. The Millenium Dome. The HS2 rail farce. Scotland will be fine without the xenophobic, hate-mongers that inhabit Ingurland. The last act before independence should to be to build Hadrian’s Wall again to keep them out. Alba Gu Brath. Saor Alba.

        • Anonymous says:

          Christ on his Cross, 4:31, have you been indulging in some of that pure heroin and other drugs that is news in Scotland right now? Or is it just the booze? Scotland subsidizing…subsidizing the UK??? WTF? Have you heard of the Barnett Formula? Look it up bobo and stay away from stupid comments about Scotland based on Andy Stewart, lumps of coal, first footing, kilts, sporrans and the White Heather Club.

        • Anonymous says:

          Build the wall.

        • Anonymous says:

          What whining, drunk, drugged up little people you are.
          Don’t bother having another referendum in Scotland, have one in England and send the ingrates packing to Europe. They’ve always been a stooge of the French anyway, so let them go.
          Oh, but they don’t want you do they, otherwise you would have had guarantees of joining the Euro if the independence vote had gone your way.
          Despite the BS spewed by the SNP, Europe knows full well that an independent Scotland would be another basket case they can’t afford.
          And please don’t quote your mythical oil wealth. It’s declining in value and because of the SNP’s agenda of banning fossil fuel, it’s going to end up useless anyway.

          You Sean Connery types make me laugh. You claim to be ‘proud’ Scots, but you don’t want to pay your fair share of taxes or actually live there. Better still you take huge subsidies from England to fund a failing socialist agenda, you want to leave the UK but want to keep the pound and hide comfortably behind our trade agreements, multinational companies, military protection, (especially the RAF) diplomatic service and credit rating.
          None of which you can afford on your own.
          Hypocrites.

          • Anonymous says:

            Racist, English and stupid – a sadly common combination. Explains Brexit. And Farage and Tommy Robinson.

            • Anonymous says:

              And coming out with that crap isn’t racist, xenophobic or just plain ignorant? Stick to what you know best and keep your historic sectarian bigotry, your druggies, drunks and fake heroes to yourself.
              Certainly explains the odious behaviour of Alex Salmond and the failing policies of a socialist SNP who can’t help but put their greedy hands out for more English subsidies.

      • Anonymous says:

        Brainwashed by the BBC I see

    • Anonymous says:

      An independent Scotland looks very likely now because in 2018 over half of Scotland’s exports went to the EU and the majority of inward investment in 2018 came from the EU. If you cut the trading links with the EU because one now longer has preferred market access to EU markets you are committing economic suicide.

      The Scottish Parliament and people are not stupid.

    • Anonymous says:

      ?…they ain’t got the stones…those skirt wearing uncle toms sold themselves out long time ago.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Awesome News!

    • Missy says:

      You’re having a laugh … right??

    • Anonymous says:

      Agreed. Let the Remoaners go live in Europe if they love it so much, and take that silly Lib Dem woman with them.
      52% said OUT, 50.7% voted for the Nonce Finder General, Labours Tom Watson, to be Dep Leader. He wants to overturn Brexit, but likes his own slim majority to keep his sick nose in the trough.
      Remoaners, Labour anti-semites and the beardy weirdy Lib Dem’s are all hypocrites and self serving knobs who cannot accept a clear majority, unless it’s to keep them in power.

      Go BOJO

      • Anonymous says:

        yep…brexit vote proves that demecracy doesn’t always work.
        it also proves that some elements of society don’t deserve full voting rights.

        • Anonymous says:

          And an education doesn’t necessarily mean that you are smart. Your statement smacks of elitest hypocrisy. Every person that was inclined to vote that day did so. Please don’t be thuggish and respect others even if you don’t see eye to eye with them.

          • Anonymous says:

            How can I be respectful of people who actually think that the U.K. will be better off without its top trading partner the EU. Sorry Bobo, I studied basic economics so I don’t have to be a genius to understand that cutting the economic links will be deadly for the U.K.

            • Anonymous says:

              Oh don’t be such a bore. You studied basic economics, that doesn’t make you an authority on anything but your own arrogance. The EU won’t stop trading with the UK, no more than it does with any country outside of its political union. There may be a period of adjustment, it may be difficult for a while. But, to say that trade with the EU is finished is clearly stupid and worthy of derision by those who have more faith in their country than you.

              The Germans won’t stop selling BMW’s, Audis or VW’s, the French won’t cut off champagne and wine supplies to their biggest market. The Dutch won’t close their flower markets, the Belgians won’t stop selling chocolate and beer. The Brits won’t stop holidaying in Spain, Greece and Italy, and won’t stop buying IKEA furniture.
              Sure, prices may go up, but who does that hurt most? The consumer can decide not to purchase, the seller must then find a new market. That is basic economics my friend, and better minds than ours will find a way around the stupidity of project fear.
              Britain is saying to the whole world that we are open for business.

              Inward investment in the UK is up since Brexit, contrary to the Remain doom mongers who warned of a collapsing economy and banking crisis.
              The world understands that Britains standing and reputation for stability, even in difficult times, can be trusted and it’s always a solid place to do business and invest for the future, that will not change. Even with the disgusting behaviour of Remoaning politicians in parliament, investment is still going ahead because business takes the long view and understands that a mature parliamentary democracy is far more stable than unpredictable coalition governments or former Soviet satellite states with their ‘soft’ dictatorships, Euro style.

              I can remember pre-EU days, when we traded with far more countries than just a few of the wealthiest in Europe. The original Common Market of European trading nations worked and that was what the UK voted for in 1976. The EU doesn’t work for many differing reasons, none more so than the self serving corruption of unelected bureaucrats.
              Most of Europe is a dysfunctional economic basket case, riven with corrupt politicians, extreme political views of the far right and left. It is still paying the price of German reunification, Greek, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese financial incompetence, the madness of Eastern European succession and an immigration policy that will cause huge division within and amongst member states for decades, especially in the east.

              I think the truth is that the EU is slowly dying and the bureaucrats know it, it would certainly be dead if it was left to the people of Europe. Which is why they are playing hardball with the Brits, trying to dissuade those governments who are vulnerable to their own electoral weakness on the EU, to avoid any form of referendum.

              By geography the British are European, (politics can’t change that) by tradition we are a trading and innovative nation, by nature we are not beaten easily and will not roll over in the face of a challenge. So if you think the EU and its apologists can brow beat us into political or economic submission, think again.

      • Anonymous says:

        1:11, Guess you are really into clowns and buffoons. Having lived through London when Boris was mayor, I can assure you that BOJO will give Trump a run for his money for hypocrisy and buffoonery.

        We don’t need more comedians in Parliament.

      • Anonymous says:

        Not sure I would say Jo Swinson, leader of the Liberal Dems, is a “beardy weirdy” type. Find her very impressive and a good representative of the younger generation in Parliament.

        Hypocrisy is Boris Johnson’s middle name. But he is a brilliant showman, but one showman in Washington as a world leader is surely enough. Please end the comedy show.

        • Anonymous says:

          Impressive with grand ideas of becoming Prime Minister eh? Nice try Jo, you don’t have the voters or the policies to get anywhere near Downing Street, unless you do a Nick and stab your supporters in the back to gain power.
          But that’s the Liberal way, self serving and delusional to the reality of life.

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