Do we believe Tory claims to be preparing for YET ANOTHER general election?

It’s a sign of a weak government when they call election after election.

But then, we know Theresa May’s government is so weak it is run by Arlene Foster, the far-right-wing leader of the Northern Irish DUP.

That, it seems, is what may lead to the UK’s salvation from these Conservative creeps.

The UK’s membership – or not – of the EU customs union is critical to the question of whether a hard border will have to be re-established in Northern Ireland.

Whatever the Tories decide among themselves, the DUP would not allow it.

And with the Lords rejecting huge chunks of Mrs May’s EU Withdrawal Bill, the situation seems to have become entirely unmanageable.

Will it topple Theresa May? I don’t know.

But, with the Tories so weak, I would suggest we watch for an upscaling of media attacks on the Labour Party – for the obvious reason.

Tories love hanging on to power. If they trigger an election among themselves – with a “no confidence” vote against Mrs May – then the only way they’ll swing an election in favour of the party with a new leader will be by using their puppets in the right-wing press to undermine Jeremy Corbyn.

If that happens, those on the Left – of good conscience – will need to be ready to fight these claims, tooth and claw.

And we’ll need to have thrown out anyone who undermines Labour from the inside.

Conservative MPs are bracing themselves for another snap general election amid fears the problems of Brexit will topple Theresa May, it has been reported.

Back benchers went home and urged their local associations to re-adopt them as candidates after a meeting in Downing Street this week about customs after Brexit, according to the Sunday Times.

It comes amid a bitter row in the party over whether the UK should adopt a closer ‘customs partnership’ regime with the EU or a more distant ‘maximum facilitation’ system.

One Tory said rather than be reassured by the Downing Street meeting they came out expecting Mrs May to face a vote of no confidence after repeated parliamentary defeats.

Source: Tory MPs ‘preparing for another snap election’ amid Brexit splits |

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12 thoughts on “Do we believe Tory claims to be preparing for YET ANOTHER general election?

  1. Justin

    and parties that have aligned themselves with tory boy won’t be seeing my vote whether they done it in the past or in the future, in bed with tory is in bed with deceit, lies and mistrust, once your in that club you stay in it, your not welcome near me

  2. Thomas

    If they do another general election, they’ll lose it if they do as poor a campaign as the last one.

    1. Justin

      We need more of the strong and stable Downing street parrot, without that narrative people like me that can take the mick out of tory idiot’s would run out of script!!!!

  3. Roland

    I very much doubt it there getting away with murder and they know it will be a long time before they get back in so what have they to loose there is still money out there and still a lot of state property to go as well as the NHS.

  4. aunty1960

    Well Tories feel Labour is weakened, and probably right. Do not stay in your echo chamber. The word on the streets is many ordinary working class people do not trust Corbyn and do not see him as representing their interests and their concerns but his own political agenda and private pet hobbies and obsessions

    and also locally, the candidate they put up last time against the hated Home Secretary is the local HATED Leader of the Labour council who many would like to resign and step down. Who does no believe in democracy or public accountability but sees himself as some elected fiefdom. They have elected me to make the decisions. They should let me get on with it, believe the council is making the right decisions……I HATE PEOPLE KEEP CONTACTING ME AND EMAILING ME ON ISSUES. WHY DO THEY DO THAT? Er…. you are the leader of the council

    and hides and gets injunctions so people cannot see the documents and decisions. appeals against the FOI applications many many time Sneaks planning applications overturning acres of traditional historic land for advanced development. past public.


    So do not assume.


    Its chaos and Tories know it, Who do people vote for in midst of crisis and chaos THE CONSERVATIVES EVERY TIME.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      You write, “Do not stay in your echo chamber” and then quote an example of people doing exactly that – those who “do not trust Corbyn and do not see him as representing their interests”.
      And why do they say that? Because they’ve heard it in the huge echo chamber of the mainstream media TV, radio and print news media.
      You go on to say that the leader of the local Labour council who was put up at the last election – against which Home Secretary? The incumbent at the time or the new one? – is hated. Once again – and this is such a common failing with you that I know you do it deliberately – you provide absolutely no evidence to support this claim so I am forced to dismiss it. Where are the facts?
      You write: “Do not assume. Assume makes and (sic) ass out or (sic) u and me.”
      Yet you ask us to assume that you are telling the truth.
      Support your claims or shut up.

    1. joanna

      I didn’t watch it, but I heard the Vacuous tramp dropped the F bomb whilst in the carriage with the Queen. Yet another benefit scrounger and she isn’t even British yet.

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