Boris Johnson & The Conservative Party...

Next Permanent Tory Leader?

  • Boris Johnson

    Votes: 5 62.5%
  • Jeremy Hunt

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Michael Gove

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Rory Stewart

    Votes: 3 37.5%
  • Sajid Javid

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Dominic Raab

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Matthew Hancock

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    8
  • Poll closed .
Jun 25, 2017
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My picks:

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No.2




No.3




JUST NOT BORIS!!!
Not too keen on Stewart either. As made statement below and fucked off before his self imposed timeline, saving face.

Prisons minister Rory Stewart: I'll resign if drugs and violence don't go down
 
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Boris Johnson's majority was halved at the last GE which was before he shat on his constituents and his promise about the Heathrow runway. This means there's a great chance he could become Prime Minister then lose his seat, which I'm sure we all agree would be hysterically funny.
 
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Castle Duckula.
Boris Johnson's majority was halved at the last GE which was before he shat on his constituents and his promise about the Heathrow runway. This means there's a great chance he could become Prime Minister then lose his seat, which I'm sure we all agree would be hysterically funny.

 
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Is anyone watching the debate on C4 now? Raab is a fucking imbecile, ludicrously comparing Rory Stewart's citizen's assembly plan to Venezuela and openly comparing Stewart to Nicolas Maduro. Batshit.
 
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Don't like Hunt but he's coming across a lot better than I expected.

So far:
Stewart
Hunt
Gove
Javid
Raab
Yeah same, my top 2 are same, rest can fuck off. Javid reply to first Asian PM question was particularly shit.
 
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Stewart kinda comes across as a lesser British version of Andrew Yang. He just gets how to win support from across the spectrum without just being a mundane centrist.

Sadly I don't think either wins over their respective parties.
 
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Stewart kinda comes across as a lesser British version of Andrew Yang. He just gets how to win support from across the spectrum without just being a mundane centrist.

Sadly I don't think either wins over their respective parties.
Tbf I got mates in prison job and said he was sound when did the typical new minister visit. Usually in and out visit, but he went and shadowed wing staff in Scrubs for a full day.
 
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Gove getting least claps.
He did a good job of slapping down Raab earlier on No Deal but otherwise has been really poor. Repeatedly kissing his own ass and making shit up about how he's "succeded against the odds" - no he fucking hasn't.

Says a lot about how poor the field is that he's still come across better than Javid and Raab.