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Should David Cameron resign?

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reelingintheyears Mon 18-Jul-11 22:40:27

Given that Paul Stephenson and John Yates have done so over their 'misjudgements' when hiring Neil Wallis should DC be accountable for his poor judgement in hiring Andy Coulson?

Glitterknickaz Mon 18-Jul-11 22:42:10

He's in this up to his neck, so yes.

2shoes Mon 18-Jul-11 22:42:38

yes, but I hate him so would say that

iMemoo Mon 18-Jul-11 22:43:20


Oakmaiden Mon 18-Jul-11 22:43:46

I bloody wish....

smallwhitecat Mon 18-Jul-11 22:43:54

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reelingintheyears Mon 18-Jul-11 22:45:04

If his judgement is so lacking maybe a vote of no confidence?

mrsdonkeybucket Mon 18-Jul-11 22:45:35


But he wont, he'll go after a vote of no confidence. <fingers crossed>

smallwhitecat Mon 18-Jul-11 22:46:38

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reelingintheyears Mon 18-Jul-11 22:48:44

He has cut short his SA visit which was obviously planned ages ago.

But given the magnitude of the last weeks events should he not just have stayed at home and cancelled?

maypole1 Mon 18-Jul-11 22:49:48

What for when this all started up labour did what nothing sweet fa the prime mister brown was hacked and did what nothing sweet fa under labour nothing was done under Tory this is getting sorted out finely

Blair and brown were to busey sucking up to nof they did nothing

Sandal hummus eaters just want to get rid don't worry I sure the guardian have been up to bad things as well

smallwhitecat Mon 18-Jul-11 22:50:23

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reelingintheyears Mon 18-Jul-11 22:51:10

<<sit's on hands>>

mrsdonkeybucket Mon 18-Jul-11 22:53:04

Yes he should have just stayed at home. But DC is not like us dim-witted members of the public, he thinks he can 'spread the lurve' all over the world. <skips>

His judgement was severely lacking and it is only now that the shit has hit the fan and none of their arses are protected it's all coming out.

"silly bunch of people"

Do you mean the general public who are absolutely, totally fed up of being lied to and knowing that corrupt gits like him run our country and then have the cheek to say they are doing it for us, all the while being a corrosive as coca cola is to teeth ?

reelingintheyears Mon 18-Jul-11 22:53:13

So the 'head of counter terrorism' resigning is not a big deal?

Oh,and the Commissioner of the metropolitan police?

mrsdonkeybucket Mon 18-Jul-11 22:53:21

a *as

smallwhitecat Mon 18-Jul-11 22:54:15

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maypole1 Mon 18-Jul-11 22:54:27

Oh yes un like Blair who this thing stared up under

smallwhitecat Mon 18-Jul-11 22:55:51

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reelingintheyears Mon 18-Jul-11 22:58:05

Newsnight is fab tonight...anyone see Denis Skinner just then?

said Mon 18-Jul-11 22:58:39

Yes, just laughing at Dodgy Dave grin

ApocalypseCheeseToastie Mon 18-Jul-11 22:59:06

Historically coalitions don't work, so am hopefully the pair of em will be pissing off before the cause much more damage.

Gawd knows who voted him in, he polishes his head ffs

maypole1 Mon 18-Jul-11 23:00:07

I know it's like someone finally picked him for the school play ah bless can't wait till the inquiry as it will be labour misters who will up questioned all the blair lot

mrsdonkeybucket Mon 18-Jul-11 23:00:09

I think you may find that the general public will surprise you.

We have a chance, just a chance to for once make our feelings heard, and that includes getting shot of a PM we never voted for.

Shinyshoes1 Mon 18-Jul-11 23:00:24

why is it his fault?

NO I don't believe he should resign as this was under Labours watch and even so, why should THEY be punished.

I must be a thick bastard as I just don't get it

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