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  • #221228

    WreX-iT
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    Is anyone else sat listening to the radio waiting to hear who else is leaving Boris?

    When the two Wrexham MPs stand up to him and quit, i will be cock a hoop!

    So far these two have towed the party line, ignored the voters and made sure their nests are feathered but this is their chance to shine! Come on QUIT!! You will become heroes!!

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    #221236

    parkingmad
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    Welcome to politics

    #221239

    Clebryn
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    They have defended and backed Johnson no matter how awful he has been. Whilst their constituents really struggle, and their Government failing on just about everything, they just don’t care. They keep their cosy salaries and expenses and are laughing at us, just like Boris did at all those parties. just saying.

    #221243

    JaneJ
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    Boris’s hours may be numbered – these two only have months in their role as MPs before an election and they will be out on their ears.

    It will of course still depend on the candidates the other Political Parties put up- Wrexham City deserves decent representatives.

    #221305

    JaneJ
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    Interesting statements from our two local MPs – as Simon Baynes was in Downing St listened to the Boris speech and has subsequently made a statement ‘supporting’ Boris looks like he is looking for short term and get one of the roles in Government (as a Junior Minister/PPS), maybe he does not think he will be re-elected in next election.

    SA statement of distancing herself from Boris now indicates she is looking longer term possible position supporting a Minister when the new Cabinet is selected.

    Listening to the news over the past 24 hours it is clear some MPs are looking to protect themselves first and will be jockeying to carry favour with potential PM candidates to boost chance of being given a Ministerial role.

    #221334

    WreX-iT
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    Simon Baynes MP said after today’s speech by Boris Johnson, “I am very sorry about the resignation of the Prime Minister as I am a strong supporter of his and consider that he has achieved a great deal for our country”

    Sarah Atherton MP said after today’s speech by Boris Johnson, “Being from a military background loyalty is very important. I have been a supporter of the PM thus far.”

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    #221696

    ChillDoubt
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    So both still support a proven liar who tried to cover up the appointment of a known sexual predator?
    Tells us all we need to know!
    Get these two lickspittles out at the earliest opportunity, they further denigrate democracy every day they spend in the HoC.

    #221711

    Captain C
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    I find it amazing that every one that votes in a certain way is always wrong and only people who vote the way you want is right. Not every person in any party is evil and wrong, politics should be more open and understanding. I like Lesley Griffiths and Sarah Atherton as people as I did Ian Lucas over the years. We should look at the good that people achieve and not just slag them off because you did not vote for them or their party.

    #221718

    zinger
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    Captain C – exactly. There is good & bad in everyone of whatever their political persuasion. Everyone makes mistakes & some learn from them, others don’t.

    The relentless bullying that goes on in the political arena totally switches me off politics. If it happened in the workplace, it would be called out for what it is. Bullying. There are two sides to every coin.

    #221739

    JaneJ
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    If Parliament was in the real working world, then many MPs would have their political careers dealt with under Capability Procedures- which based on their work history probably would be out through the door if they did not meet an improvement plan. Forget waiting for the next election.

    With so many MPs changing deckchairs for Prime Minster appointments to Cabinet and PPS etc- there is no way that the incumbents in these roles will have the depth of knowledge and understanding of issues and in most instances no professional experience in the portfolio area they are responsible for (slight aside same issue with local Council Members.)

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