......or Andrea Loathsome, as I've taken to calling her.
So why do we need a new thread, then?
Or the rest of us might get unlucky.mattomac wrote:She might get lucky.
True, I would guess if she makes the final two she will get a cabinet post of some kind.Zuriblue wrote:Or the rest of us might get unlucky.mattomac wrote:She might get lucky.
AlsoThere is a view that the internet is in need of a monitor for obscene and adult websites. Outside of cyberspace, we have bodies such as Ofcom and the British Board of Film Classification that continually work to ensure our children are not exposed to the wrong things. This could be implemented in some way online, whereby a website would have to have its content "rated" before being accessible online. While it sounds like a massive leap, the majority of new websites already go through testing when they are hosted to make sure that a site is intact and that files and content are free of viruses. This would simply be adding another check to the list, and in reality it is a burden already carried by film makers.
Only difference is she would have some power.youngian wrote:Most Tory MPs clearly think she's a disaster area but she might tickle the party faithful's nuts with her Maggie tribute act. And get a Tory Jeremy Corbyn. They can have ours as well if they want.
Iain Martin is a regular contributor to Reaction. I'd never heard of it, but it looks like some sort of right-wing blogging site.Iain Martin
Just taken delivery of a very interesting letter from someone who worked in the City alongside Andrea Leadsom.
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Aides to @andrealeadsom say @UKIP wd not be part of her Brexit negotiating team.
11:16 pm - 4 Jul 2016
Britain Elects @britainelects 2h2 hours ago
Conservative Party leader preference:
T. May: 54%
A. Leadsom: 20%
M. Gove: 9%
S. Crabb: 5%
L. Fox: 5%
(via YouGov / 01-04/07)
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