Reshuffle

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Rudolf Hart wrote: Fri Nov 17, 2023 10:19 am Call me Dave Kemi Kwase Sunak Hunt Party?

(Oh yes, sack the tailor.......)
...and sack me for the typo...
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As an occasional viewer of GB News and Talk TV, some of the content is pointing towards Richard Tice as a vote collector from traditional Tory voters. They could be right and the reshuffle bringing Call me Dave back seems to have boosted the popularity of the Reform Party.
I'm somewhat puzzled as what Sunak hoped to achieve by bringing a failure such as Cameron back into the Tory parliamentary fold 🤷‍♂️ and don't start me off about Lord Cameron🤬
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A shift towards Reform would never be enough to do anything but give Captain Sensible an even bigger lead in the polls than he already has. Do we really want another Labour Government?
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Apparently Sunak's grandfather was a deckchair attendant for the White Star Line back in 1912.
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Boundah wrote: Tue Nov 21, 2023 8:27 am Apparently Sunak's grandfather was a deckchair attendant for the White Star Line back in 1912.
Great Grandfather I would have thought?
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Boundah wrote: Tue Nov 21, 2023 8:27 am Apparently Sunak's grandfather was a deckchair attendant for the White Star Line back in 1912.
After today's Autumn Statement, I think his grandfather got the White Star Bone China laid out as well.
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