The Complete Mystery of Madeleine McCann™
Welcome to 'The Complete Mystery of Madeleine McCann' forum 🌹

Please log in, or register to view all the forums as some of them are 'members only', then settle in and help us get to the truth about what really happened to Madeleine Beth McCann.

Please note that when you register your username must be different from your email address!


David Cameron and Madeleine McCann - The man who was told by Rebekah Brooks to set up the £13 million Operation Grange has announced his resignation

Page 5 of 5 Previous  1, 2, 3, 4, 5

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Re: David Cameron and Madeleine McCann - The man who was told by Rebekah Brooks to set up the £13 million Operation Grange has announced his resignation

Post by Tony Bennett on 27.06.16 14:53

@jeanmonroe wrote:All these Labour 'resignations' are, imo, 'prompted' by the war 'criminal' Tony B.
UPDATE ON THE RESIGNATIONS:

'Then there were 10' - two-thirds of them have gone

------------


____________________

The amazing symbiosis between bees and flowers:

https://answersingenesis.org/evidence-for-creation/god-created-plant-pollinator-partners/  

avatar
Tony Bennett
Researcher

Posts : 14905
Reputation : 2996
Join date : 2009-11-25
Age : 70
Location : Shropshire

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: David Cameron and Madeleine McCann - The man who was told by Rebekah Brooks to set up the £13 million Operation Grange has announced his resignation

Post by MRNOODLES on 27.06.16 15:12

IMO I wouldn't rule out a break-away new political party if it isn't sorted out.
avatar
MRNOODLES

Posts : 747
Reputation : 296
Join date : 2013-07-04

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: David Cameron and Madeleine McCann - The man who was told by Rebekah Brooks to set up the £13 million Operation Grange has announced his resignation

Post by sallypelt on 27.06.16 15:12

Today, in my local area, a Labour politician, who supported the Remain camp, is still spouting off hateful comments against those who voted OUT. He's been told in no uncertain terms, that 60% of HIS supporters voted OUT, so he had better be careful what he's saying, because he's not representing the views of the majority of his area, and if he can't do so, then he should step down.

I believe that this backlash against the politicians who voted to remain, in areas where the majority voted OUT, could run and run.

sallypelt

Posts : 3720
Reputation : 851
Join date : 2012-11-10

View user profile

Back to top Go down

David Cameron

Post by willowthewisp on 27.06.16 15:16

Yep they are showing their True Blairite colours now aren't they,perhaps some one should withdraw the Whip and force them to fall on their own petards, to resign as an MP or to have new elections held in the Constituencies they represent, so that Democracy can be given back to the electorate?
Hilary Benn gone into hiding in Blairs bunker, which has stored the "Chilcot" findings,Teflon Tony won't be found to have been at any fault in his Iraq War exposure, it will be down to the Press and Media who "Over hyped" the weapons of mass destruction to the public,not that he ever "Strong Armed the Attorney General" in any way or Form?
You would have to feel some empathy with Jeremy Corbyns predicament over the Referendum,eg,the resignations from the cabinet by the Traitor Hilary Benn, that he did not campaign hard enough for the "Remain Team", they still do not get it. The Electorate voted on this Referendum not them, the Elite!?
avatar
willowthewisp

Posts : 2174
Reputation : 866
Join date : 2015-05-07

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: David Cameron and Madeleine McCann - The man who was told by Rebekah Brooks to set up the £13 million Operation Grange has announced his resignation

Post by jeanmonroe on 27.06.16 16:56

What are all these Tory 'lite' Labour MP's going to 'do' when the NEW shadow 'cabinet', guys and gals, do a lot 'better' job opposing the Goverment, than they supposedly 'did' whilst they were 'there'?

A lot of the 'old' shadow cabinet tory 'lites' were/are 'sponsored' by trade unions and their members.

The very same trade union 'members' (that voted overwhelmingly for JC) that are now being told by 'the resigned' that THEY were all 'wrong' for voting Brexit and 'we, the 'elite MP's' were 'right'!

Good luck with getting trade union 'sponsorship' as you battle 'deselection'!

Margaret Dodge, the Labour 'millionaire' MP for Barking and Dagenham, told the 62.8% of her constituents who voted Leave, 'you've got it all wrong'!

(I'm sure she'll 'represent' the 62.8% to the best of her 'ability' winkwink )

Well she was 'wrong', wasn't she?

Not a 'hint' from her, about her ACTUALLY 'resigning' as an MP!

Perhaps the Westminster 'gravy train' is going too 'fast' for her to 'get off'?

Turkeys don't 'vote' for Christmas, do they?

Thought so!

jeanmonroe

Posts : 5818
Reputation : 1665
Join date : 2013-02-07

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: David Cameron and Madeleine McCann - The man who was told by Rebekah Brooks to set up the £13 million Operation Grange has announced his resignation

Post by worriedmum on 27.06.16 17:29

Democracy can be so irritating for elected politicians, can't it, jeanmonroe  titter
avatar
worriedmum

Posts : 1865
Reputation : 457
Join date : 2012-01-17

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: David Cameron and Madeleine McCann - The man who was told by Rebekah Brooks to set up the £13 million Operation Grange has announced his resignation

Post by Equity on 28.06.16 10:58

@worriedmum wrote:Democracy can be so irritating for elected politicians, can't it, jeanmonroe  titter
Can't it just!

They seem so peeved that us plebs are allowed to vote at all!

I can't wait for the next general election so the electorate can put more two-faced 'career politicians' out of a job. Now with the added bonus of their ability to scuttle away and feed from the EU gravy train diminishing rapidly.

Top of the list will be those who lied to their constituents at the last election to get voted in - Kelly Tolhurst being a prime example. Voters haven't forgotten and won't forgive.

UKIP were taking votes off ALL the mainstream parties. With the labour parliamentary party disintegrating and no tactical voting required due to the threat of a Sturgeon/Miliband coalition, I think UKIP could be in a position to hold the balance of power and be part of a government coalition negotiating our exit from the Federation of Unavailing Bureaucrats Against Republics (FUBAR) - also referred to as the EU.

Equity

Posts : 69
Reputation : 111
Join date : 2016-05-24

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: David Cameron and Madeleine McCann - The man who was told by Rebekah Brooks to set up the £13 million Operation Grange has announced his resignation

Post by plebgate on 28.06.16 17:36

I have been thinking about this contest for PM in the Tory party.

I wonder if Theresa May stands whether we will get to know what The Sun would have printed on the front pages of the newspaper for a week?

We have never been given an inkling of what it could have been and I find it very intriguing.

I read last week that if Boris stands his enemies would be digging dirty.   I wouldn't be surprised if the media might be digging up things on anyone  who is going to stand.

Same could be said for the Labour leadership.  

Very, very interesting times ahead indeed me thinks.

____________________
Judge Judy to shifty  witnesses   -    LOOK AT ME  -   Um is not an answer.

If I forget to add it to a post everything is In My Opinion and I don't know anything for sure.
roll

plebgate

Posts : 6185
Reputation : 1845
Join date : 2013-02-01

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Page 5 of 5 Previous  1, 2, 3, 4, 5

View previous topic View next topic Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum