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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?
Posted by: Vanessa Smith
Date/Time: 15/09/14 15:13:00

"Whereas Milibean Minor became leader of the Labour Party due to the Trade Union block votes. Just as with Gordon Bean, he got the job without ordinary people having a say in the matter."

Not sure I understand that - how many 'ordinary people' got a say in Cameron becoming Leader of the Tories then? All the parties have their own internal mechanisms for choosing their Leaders. Anyway I think the point is that a vote for BoJo, a creature of the establishment, could never be considered a bona fide protest vote. Ditto Farage.

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Boris is for turning?13/09/14 21:37:00 Joe Conneely
   Re:Boris is for turning?13/09/14 22:14:00 bobby osborne
   Re:Boris is for turning?13/09/14 22:40:00 Thomas Barry
      Re:Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 10:04:00 David Giles
   Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 10:07:00 Richard Greenhough
      Re:Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 16:56:00 Joe Conneely
         Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 20:59:00 Richard Greenhough
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 21:21:00 Joe Conneely
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 00:52:00 Richard Jennings
   Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 22:10:00 Guy Lambert
      Re:Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 23:28:00 David Roberts
         Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 11:20:00 Susan Kelly
      Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 09:04:00 Vanessa Smith
         Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 14:23:00 Vanessa Smith
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 14:39:00 Richard Greenhough
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 14:46:00 Julian Pavey
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 15:13:00 Vanessa Smith
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 15:36:00 Richard Greenhough

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