I think the ld will make it a condition of a coalitionI know what you mean but that won't be coming any time soon.
Some valid points in the longest sentence I've ever read.In news that will shock nobody Boris Johnson is Rwanda at the moment and out of the country for the next 8 days, not that it makes any difference as he honestly believes he's beyond censure and the line that governments lose mid-term elections has already been trotted out, with the exception of Hartlepool every by, mayoral and local government election has seen a large drop in Conservative vote share, Johnson no longer retains appeal as a mass vote winner and is, on results, proving to be an electoral liability, all the misgivings that people had about his leadership have come true with bells on, there are still some deluded diehards who defend him with perceived or reflected successes but when you scratch the surface the reality of his Brexit deal, vaccine rollout and Ukraine isn't quite as it seems, the Brexit deal he oversaw is riddled with loopholes and oversights that mean he's considering reneging on promises that were vital on getting 'Brexit Done', the vaccine rollout was vital due to a botched track and trace system which necessitated a quick rollout due to the failure of the £37 billion Johnson's flagship TAT programme which seems to have been conveniently brushed under the carpet and in the Ukraine we've taken 82k refugees which is great until you compare it to the 137k that Italy have taken or the 380k in Czechia and the 780k who have relocated to Germany.
They made a referendum a condition of their coalition with the tories. But they couldn't stop the tories (along with Labour) campaigning against it. There wasn't much support for it on here, either, as I recall.I think the ld will make it a condition of a coalition
The conservatives have laid bare and made more obvious who they are. They are here for their rich mates and once out of power they can’t be allowed to have majority again
May got pumped/involuntary resignation only 6 months after her no confidence vote?I wonder why the Tories had the vote of "no confidence in Boris Johnson" before the 2 bye elections?
Surely he would have been ousted after last night.
Isn't his position secure for 12 months under the current rules?
They didn’t present proportional representation on the referendum iircThey made a referendum a condition of their coalition with the tories. But they couldn't stop the tories (along with Labour) campaigning against it. There wasn't much support for it on here, either, as I recall.