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kuepper Posted on 14/06/2018 01:01
the look on May's face
 
 
and Johnson chuckling. well done jezza

Link: the look
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asredastheycome Posted on 14/06/2018 01:15

the look on May's face

 
Yes saw it this afternoon. Boris looks like a village idiot but is infinitely more dangerous. He must be surely nobody can be that stupid constantly.
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UncleBob Posted on 14/06/2018 01:17

the look on May's face

 
wouldn't be surprised if Boris got a mate to do the 'secret' recording
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Manaboutadog Posted on 14/06/2018 08:36

the look on May's face

 
In the interest of balance...this one's waaay funnier

Link: Who Are You?
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ExFootyLegs Posted on 14/06/2018 08:52

the look on May's face

 
Boris Under normal circumstances wouldíve been sacked ten times over. Incredible times to have someone so incompetent as foreign secretary
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bear66 Posted on 14/06/2018 09:11

the look on May's face

 
May could have defused Corbyn's best question to date, but her anger got the better of her and exposed another of her flaws.
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jam69 Posted on 14/06/2018 09:17

the look on May's face

 
having a racist on the front bench sums up the Tory party.
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dreamdealer Posted on 14/06/2018 09:19

the look on May's face

 
no anti-semites in Labour's ranks then?


PS I am a Labour voter but utterly unimpressed with this lot.
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bear66 Posted on 14/06/2018 09:22

the look on May's face

 
Name one on the front bench.
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dreamdealer Posted on 14/06/2018 09:24

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Dear oh dear.

How pathetic is that as an answer?

FFS! [:D]
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bear66 Posted on 14/06/2018 09:25

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Thanks for the second insult in a few minutes. I don't think there are any anti-Semites on the labour front bench. If you know different, say so.
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jam69 Posted on 14/06/2018 09:28

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there's more than one racist on the Tory front bench, as former tory cabinet minister baroness warsi confirmed this week.
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dreamdealer Posted on 14/06/2018 09:31
Edited On: 14/06/2018 09:32
the look on May's face

 
Listen closely, you two.

I am not of the two legs good, four legs bad type of discussion you seem to revel in.

Any post that in any way decries Labour or its policies is immediately jumped upon by you.

Laughable, boring but a bit sad really.

If you hand it out, take it back. Don't whinge. ( Not much chance of that like)





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jam69 Posted on 14/06/2018 09:36

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you seem to be the only one winging on the thread
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Bruce_Rioja Posted on 14/06/2018 09:56

the look on May's face

 
I think you're all winging it[|)]
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coluka Posted on 14/06/2018 10:30

the look on May's face

 
I love the way people use an edited clip to suit a political position without giving the full picture and truth.

What the clip does not show is what follows. What follows is the Speakers rebuke of a Labour co-operative MP for his behaviour as the PM was trying to speak.

I suspect on this occasion, the usually rightly maligned PMís reaction or look as mentioned was nothing to do with comrade Jeremyís question, but more to do with Mr Davies (Geraint i assume) behaviour, but lets not have the truth get in the way of a political posturing opportunity eh

See 10:00 in for Jezza and what followed (strictly in the interests of balance, naturally)


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bear66 Posted on 14/06/2018 10:38

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Try the look on May's face after his meltdown question then . . . Finger pointing May looks pathetic, especially when Corbyn says it wasn't him saying it but Boris.

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Muttley Posted on 14/06/2018 10:55

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For balance my arsh.

May got completely humiliated by Boris (who is p!ssing himself laughing in the background).

Corbyn doesn't often play the "PMQs game" but he nailed May there. There is no doubt that May under any other circumstance would have sacked both Boris and 'Bulldog' Davis a long time ago but she is so desperate to cling to power she cannot and is humiliated by them at every turn.
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coluka Posted on 14/06/2018 11:25

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Ok Muttley why was it not for balance, pray tell?

I agree that Boris would be long gone in different circumstances and he is playing games. The reality is though that her look was less to do with JCís humorous comment and significantly more to do with the behaviour with Mr Davies (and possibly one or two others across the room), hence the speakers rebuke. Presumably you choose not to accept what is more likely the truth of the matter.

Political balance in a democracy trumps political bias surely?
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bear66 Posted on 14/06/2018 11:30

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She could have smiled along with over 600 other MPs. It would have deflated the question.

She actually did well to concentrate on Corbyn's preface statement regarding Grenfell though, even if it put a better light on the situation than the reality.
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Muttley Posted on 14/06/2018 12:07

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Sorry but whatever gloss she tried to put on it moments later does not alter the simple fact that the expression on her face was what we are talking about. She was utterly humiliated in that moment, the uproar actually gave her a moment to gather herself.

There is no "balance" to be made here. The truth of the matter is she was humiliated at the hands of her own Foreign Minister who can been heartily enjoying her predicament.
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coluka Posted on 14/06/2018 12:50

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Come On Muttley, she is embarrassed by her Foreign secretary every week. She wont have been embarrassed by Corbynís joke one bit, just like Corbyn does not get embarrassed by his own front benchers. It is normal for politics these days.

She was quite clearly flustered at the level of howls from the other side of the house and whatever Daviesís reaction was as she could not attempt to speak thats all hence the Speakers intervention.

Why do you think the Speaker intervened and said his piece otherwise?
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hewielewie Posted on 14/06/2018 13:15

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Come on Col, do you not think that she has been subject to howls during PMQ before? She didn't look flustered just downright annoyed.
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coluka Posted on 14/06/2018 13:22
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the look on May's face

 
She was probably annoyed too. I just dont think it was the comment, more the reaction hence the speakers intervention
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foomanboro Posted on 14/06/2018 13:42

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Great example of how May is happy to cackle at jokes at other peoples expense but not at her own.

Who can forget her fish guzzling laugh.

Link: May The Penguin
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