Next Tory PM may be the last, says The Week In Tory writer

The Conservative Party is on its last legs because it is trying to accommodate too many factions, according to Russ Jones, author of popular Twitter item The Week In Tory (TWIT).

He writes:

Mine will be a spiced rum and coke.

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1 thought on “Next Tory PM may be the last, says The Week In Tory writer

  1. Grey Swans

    This writer is as out of touch with the public as any politician.

    We have a Labour party not split by factions, but entirely opposite beliefs, with one set of beliefs being purged out of the party, so only the Tories will remain in the Labour party.

    Tory party holds one unifying belief, it is the party of the richest 1 per cent, wealthy men. Tory party ideals are the same as the upper class has always held in UK.

    Lib Dems are fully Tory, being right wing Labour by another name.

    But all this means nothing to the public, who have no knowledge at all about the most basic concepts of politics, about the framework of how we are governed, what parliament does, the difference between MPs, Peers and councillors, or what the heck they are, none of it.

    Us ladies did not talk to each other about pension issues and so did not realise Blair and Labour’s government was the worst government in state pension history (begun as a bit of charity in 1908, first payment 1909, became part real only under Clement Attlee and only bettered by Harold Wilson), against women pensioners and 1950s to 1980s born. All that had been gained by ladies was stripped away by Blair and Brown.

    www dot over50sparty dot org dot uk

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