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U.K. Politics: Prime Minister Boris Johnson has resigned, new PM set to be confirmed on 5 September

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  • Kpop
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    No one should feel sorry for May after reading this:

    https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...rexit-windrush
    Last edited by Kpop; Sat May 25, 2019, 08:30.

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  • bm08
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    #MayTheMovie trending on twitter. Some responses are pretty hilarious

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  • MusicRecords
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    Well I know nothing about chav politics but I think most wanted May to resign so I’m guessing this is good...?

    Who takes her place now?

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  • Artoo
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    That’s amazing

    I feel bad for her. I really do think she tried. But you know, nothing has happened in months about Brexit and that’s just not good enough. Of course, we’re almost certainly headed for a no-deal Brexit - best start stocking up on those tinned beans

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  • Thriller
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    LOOOL Julia’s theme makes everything poignant.

    She seemed more furious than sad as she stormed off.

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  • Wayne
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    Genuinely quite emotional watching that - the power of Julia’s theme.

    I am pretty peeved that she’s resigned - she has been steadfast and committed in the most difficult time in modern British history.

    I’ve been frustrated by her leadership at times but this is a very sad day - god knows who we’ll end up with.

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  • Rawiri James
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    Let it be said, I'm no Teresa May supporter but I can't think of a time in recent history where a PM has had to deal with such a divided nation. She was, effectively, the last domino standing when the boys created chaos three years ago and promptly bailed. She probably saw her only likely path to No. 10 and took it. And while that's not a great reason to go there; at least she stepped up when no-one else would.

    I can't say I'll miss her. I'm sure her forthcoming memoirs will be a hit.

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  • Spartan
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    It’s the right decision but I do feel bad for her - she’s had to run the country during a very tough period. I hope she has herself a nice holiday to Benidorm to do this.

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  • bm08
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    The UK leadership was in shambles for a while now. What a mess!

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  • Kpop
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    Originally posted by menime123 View Post
    I love how you think we’re going to get someone better
    I'm under no illusions that happiness is often transient

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  • stevyy
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    at least May doesn't have a Huawai phone like I do and therefore can continue living.

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  • madfan13
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    This just means that Tories are pushing a HARD Brexit now that Theresa is out of the way. This woman is a bigot - her hatred of immingrants was pretty obvious since she was in the Home Office - but I'm afraid of what's coming: Boris Johnson and his backward buddies.

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  • Shadowplay
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    *OT*

    Originally posted by stevyy View Post
    leave Mahmood alone.
    Discussing about Mahmood’s hypocrisy would put me OOT immediately, let’s say he’s the perfect example of things going wrong in Italy: an half-Egyptian gay guy who screams “I’m 100% Italian” and “Coming out is a way to label people” instead of saying: “OK, I am half-Egyptian, gay, hot and proud”.

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  • stevyy
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    Originally posted by Shadowplay View Post
    In any case... better in the UK and out of the UE with Johnson than in the homophobic/racist/populist Italy, part of the UE, with Salvini.
    leave Mahmood alone.

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  • Shadowplay
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    In any case... better in the UK and out of the UE with Johnson than in the homophobic/racist/populist Italy, part of the UE, with Salvini.

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  • Shadowplay
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    I hope people like me, Europeans who study in the UK privately and who pay thousands of £ for that, could find a home for rent and a job to make a living as we did before. Brexit or non-Brexit.

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  • Artoo
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    Originally posted by Kpop View Post
    Good riddance to an appalling PM: all she needed was a broom and a wide brimmed, pointy hat
    I love how you think we’re going to get someone better

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  • Kpop
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    Originally posted by Thriller View Post
    May has resigned and will step down as Leader on 7th June!

    Good riddance to an appalling PM: all she needed was a broom and a wide brimmed, pointy hat

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  • Thriller
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    May has resigned and will step down as Leader on 7th June!

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  • Artoo
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    Originally posted by MusicRecords View Post
    Oh poor May...but I must say she never gives up
    Which at this point, is no longer an admirable quality. I still support Brexit and want it to happen ASAP, but she will never make it happen. UK politics is an absolute shambles atm.

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  • Kpop
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    Originally posted by MusicRecords View Post
    Oh poor May...but I must say she never gives up
    Rather, poor us in the UK who have to put up with her

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  • Kpop
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    Originally posted by aRat View Post
    What even is a Brexit Party?
    An oxymoron

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  • MusicRecords
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    Oh poor May...but I must say she never gives up

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  • heppolo
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    ^Nigel Farage Inc. (BBC propped this loser so much, no Question Time happens without him, he's got a radio show as well).

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  • aRat
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    Originally posted by Rihab View Post
    A damn mess.
    What even is a Brexit Party?

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