:tories: Tories in trouble?

:tories: Tories in trouble?
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#3353

Makes me teary-eyed this morning. I wish I’d won the Euro Millions last night…I’d have been the softest touch. :disappointed_relieved:


#3354

#3355

She won’t.


#3356

#3357

#3358

#3359

From this column I learned that Sajid Javid refers to himself in the third person, as “The Saj” or “The Sajid”. As Richard Littlejohn used to say, you couldn’t make it up.

I don’t know about you, but whenever I see a picture of the Saj, I always think of this chap:


#3360

Hyde has always had a certain way with words.
Destructive.
“This government is now so inanimate it doesn’t have a spirit animal; it has a spirit vegetable. Unless Grayling’s a mineral, which I’ll increasingly accept.” 0


#3361

#3362

Oops


#3363

We’re all in it together.


#3364

That is not going to go down well with small business owners. They have to find more than that every year and they tend to vote Tory.


#3365

Having read the article and had a quick peek at their accounts, to say this is somewhat sensationalist is an understatement

The £1.6m profit is derived from 5 out of 8 years of trading - they ignore the other three in which that made a loss which you can offset against future profits.

It doesnt take into account the business cycle of a construction firm - quite often they make whacking losses in one year whilst they are building and huge profits the following year when they sell.

Their last group accounts state that they have negative retained earnings of almost £1m - ie losses exceed profits by that figure.

But hey, the reality makes a shit story


#3366

I’d like to see the dividend vouchers, all the same.


#3367

#3368

Christ on a fucking bike. Even by the standards of these cunts that’s fucking low.


#3369

#3370

SO the no confidence motion is in and there is every indication it will fail. Barry Gardiner seems to be indicating a series of no confidence votes, so a couple of questions

has Corbyn shot his bolt too soon?

How often can you have this vote?

If they repeatedly call these votes and May wins, does it increasing undermine Corbyn?


#3371

Apparently you can have this vote as many times as you like - so in theory Corbyn could lose tonight and immediate lay down another motion


#3372

Over 100 Tory mps yesterday voted against May’s deal, passing judgement on 2 and a half years of piss poor performance. If they now vote that they have confidence in the government what does that say about the PM? She is a dead twat walking.