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Anyone else thinking of leaving the UK if Gove gets made PM?

(68 Posts)
Notsogrimupnorth Thu 30-Jun-16 23:10:25

Just wondering?

VulcanWoman Thu 30-Jun-16 23:17:58

So many people willing to desert their country, disgusting.

IrenetheQuaint Thu 30-Jun-16 23:19:14

Tbh I'm still pathetically relieved it won't be Boris.

SpringingIntoAction Thu 30-Jun-16 23:19:21

Lol.

MrsJoeyMaynard Thu 30-Jun-16 23:20:54

I am wondering how possible it would be to get a passport and dual nationality to another EU country I have links with. Just to keep options open. But I'm not considering emigrating just yet.

MrsJoeyMaynard Thu 30-Jun-16 23:21:48

Plus I'm glad Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt decided not to run.

GreenishMe Thu 30-Jun-16 23:24:35

A bit drastic OP?

At least you'll get an opportunity to vote him out again.

MumOnTheRunCatchingUp Thu 30-Jun-16 23:24:52

leave the country? to go where??

SaltMarshPirate Thu 30-Jun-16 23:25:09

In our house we refer to him as 'That Demon Gove'. Not ready to emigrate quite yet though. wink

Theknacktoflying Thu 30-Jun-16 23:32:02

0.03% of the electorate will be responsible for electing the new PM. I wouldn't be phoning Pickfords just yet ...

Kummerspeck Thu 30-Jun-16 23:37:56

I've seen so many people on here threatening they are going to leave in the last week I reckon we'll have spare houses, a wait of 10 minutes for doctors' appointments instead of weeks and schools begging us for our children.

My reply to anyone who wants to leave is, as always, don't let the door hit you on the arse on your way out grin

0phelia Thu 30-Jun-16 23:46:34

Haa maybe. Except Theresa May is our new prime minister so don't worry.

BMW6 Thu 30-Jun-16 23:51:43

Promise OP? Yeah, as if.

Thought not

Breadandruses Thu 30-Jun-16 23:52:25

Every time I see Gove I can't help thinking that somewhere a ventriloquist act is missing a dummy
As you were

Notsogrimupnorth Fri 01-Jul-16 08:11:21

I was posting a question - not an invite to trolls. But at lead by giving abuse to me bmw and kümmer are refraining from bullying some other poor soul.

Breadandruses Fri 01-Jul-16 08:36:29

At least you'll get an opportunity to vote him out again.
Yeah ... no. Three quarters of the electorate didn't vote for Cameron's government. Go democracy hmm

Notsogrimupnorth Fri 01-Jul-16 08:39:21

Probably Ireland - mumontherun

bluebell34567 Fri 01-Jul-16 08:39:21

he wasn't good as Education secretary, teachers didn't like him.
he is clever but doesn't sound honest to me.

Thefuturecouldbebright Fri 01-Jul-16 08:40:43

No, because I am not hysterical.

Thefuturecouldbebright Fri 01-Jul-16 08:41:07

And I hate gove.

hesterton Fri 01-Jul-16 08:44:53

People bloody well need to vote then.

( I am as cross with the remain younger generation who didn't turn up as I am with the exit older generation stuck in the days of the empire. )

You can't blame a govt, no matter how shit they are, for winning a general election.

hesterton Fri 01-Jul-16 08:45:53

I know I'm mixing up my ge with my referendum by the way. Same principle.

hesterton Fri 01-Jul-16 08:46:40

And I hate Gove too. sad

Maz2444466 Fri 01-Jul-16 08:47:12

I really don't know much about him, why wasn't he good as Education secretary?

timelytess Fri 01-Jul-16 08:47:19

it mustn't happen. No Gove.

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