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    A ticker on sky news shows Rishi 154 / Mordaunt 25 .. guess it's wrapped up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    A ticker on sky news shows Rishi 154 / Mordaunt 25 .. guess it's wrapped up?

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    Dear Regina, the one candidate system seems to work like a charm.

    Kindfully yours, the HSI Index!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrancisX:
    Why would that make her the better candidate? She's a Tory.
    Isn't there a wide spectrum of Tories. From the left such as Boris and the hard right such as Truss.


    Quote Originally Posted by FrancisX:
    Her background won't change that. Didn't Truss go to a comprehensive? That turned out well.
    Agreed but Truss was a lurch to the right from a few years of left leaning policies. These two are both centre right so perhaps PM with a more diverse background could be beneficial. I was just pointing out that groups have a bias for people like temselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast:
    Isn't there a wide spectrum of Tories. From the left such as Boris and the hard right such as Truss.




    Agreed but Truss was a lurch to the right from a few years of left leaning policies. These two are both centre right so perhaps PM with a more diverse background could be beneficial. I was just pointing out that groups have a bias for people like temselves.
    A tory is a tory. End of.

    As for bias, seems to work in reverse when you have the children of immigrants sending nw immigrants to Rwanda.

    Colour of skin is irrelevant. Depth of pockets is all that counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrancisX:
    I am a bigot so a tory is a tory. End of.

    As for bias, seems to work in reverse when you have the children of refugees sending almost certain illegal immigrants to Rwanda.

    Colour of skin is irrelevant. Depth of pockets and the right school are all that counts.
    Corrected it for you. And yes I do believe snobbish elitism is a problem for the conservative party

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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast:
    Rupulsive but I am not sure globalist is universally understood to be an anti-sematic term and was a weak argument to challenge the caller with.
    She has her own insufferable moments.

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    Finally connected the dots and figured out who Boris Johnson resembles.

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    Tweak from South Park.

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    It had less of an effect on the pound than I expected.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chobochobo:
    It had less of an effect on the pound than I expected.
    Sunak has yet to confirm his cabinet. Also, there was an overreaction to Truss's budget no doubt.

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