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    good evening,
    here are the amended details of the conservative mps whom have declared they will step down at the next general election,
    Chloe Smith, Bill Wright, Nigel Evans, Crispen Blunt, Adam Afriyie, Dehena Davidson,
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    An early general election, there are 2 political parties that do not want an early general elections. The CONservative Party and the Labour Party.

    The CONservative know they will get battered in the next general election. The Labour Party are in no rush truth be known. They are happy to let the current government deal with the public sector strikes, also hopefully the CONservatives will push taxes higher and higher so Labour cannot be blamed for being the party of high taxation.
    Let's face it would you if you were Sir Keir Stammer want to take on the mess this lot will be leaving when voted out.

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    Some truth in that statement.
    We have had a similar situation here in Oz, Labor won the feral erection and now have to deal with the deficit left to them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James Curry View Post
    Let's face it would you if you were Sir Keir Stammer want to take on the mess this lot will be leaving when voted out.
    Ego knows no bounds, and when the term ends the after-dinner speaking fees go up

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    I read once that Boris struggled to live on PMs wage, poor chap, but he knew once he stood down the talk circuit was open for him. They all learned from Tony Blair, big money on the circuit . TB s big shock was when he could not get a Eu commissioners job, not like the Welsh fella and his wife Glynis who both had one. his name escapes me, will come back in the middle of the night.
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    Hi Keith, is it Neil Kinnock you are thinking of.
    Regards Michael

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    mamYep, thats right Micheal, i think both himself and his wife were commissioners, big money this political game, look at that pratt on TV at the moment, i don't watch the program , but apparently Hancock gets a huge fee, and still paid as mp.
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    Tony Blair may be worth a few quid but his son Euan is worth 3 times more at 145 million.

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    hi keith #5
    good afternoon, You hit the nail on the head with the kinnocks, As you know both of them worked for the EU and neil kinnock i believe overseen the auditing of the budget that never took place and the books have never balanced since , i remember they took about fifteen million out of the EU in salaries and pensions after they left, Not bad for a labour minister who was against more europe obviously the job bribe changed his and her minds, After they left his son stephen took up the baton and he married i believe the millionair ex prime minister of denmark and she became a EU devotee, stephen kinnock can be seen and heard banging on about returning to europe to this day. most likely he will be the labour spokes person on europe for-rejoining the eu if they ever get into power once again, the last word on the subject is the smell of corruption from both ends of labour and the conservatives in their dealings with europe is palpable and does not stand up to investigation on any level, so why are we taken in by their bullsh*te.
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    Here in Oz an outgoing minister can do very well, most get a posting as an Australian ambassador to some wealthy country or are taken in by some big company who pay them enormous sums to do just about bugger all.

    They earn a fortune once out of the game and do it in a much easier fashion than any true worker, big bickies in or out of politics.
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