Jacob Rees-Mogg as Tory leader? I can’t quite see it…

Would a Tory Party led by Jacob Rees-Mogg fall at the first hurdle?

With public responses like this, it’s hard to see Jacob Rees-Mogg succeeding where Theresa May has failed:


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3 thoughts on “Jacob Rees-Mogg as Tory leader? I can’t quite see it…

  1. NMac

    Well he might just appeal to one or two very rich toffs who dream about taking the country back to the 18th century. I must stop there and have a really good laugh at the thought…

  2. marcusdemowbray

    I think JRM is great, a fine actor. Who better to play the the upper class twit in a Monty Python sketch or a Jeeves and Wooster TV programme or film?

    His only real option as a Minister (Prime or Sub-Prime Minister) is:

    Minister for 16th Century Feudalism. Yup, if I believed in Feudalism and 16th Century government in 21st Century Britain……. no-one else would be a better choice!

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