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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by HRH Custard VC, Apr 12, 2022.
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Clearly you are unable to understand even the basics of how it works, so you got it wrong.
The current rule is that 15 per cent of MPs must send letters of no confidence. When 54 had written to the 1922 Committee chairman, there was a vote as the threshold was reached. That vote cannot be repeated for a year under that rule.
The idea was to add a new rule that required 25 per cent of MPs to send letters but there would be no time limit before it could be repeated. So they would have had no trouble getting 90 letters for a new confidence vote. Then it would become like the EU with Referenda – keep voting until you get it right.
Definitions clearly contributed by some brain dead Remainers.
Smart move getting a Cabinet job for a couple of days. It puts you up into a higher pension bracket. For years to come the taxpayer will be footing the bill for their gold-plated pensions even though they were lowly backbenchers for most of their tenure.
Ah Torys acting unethically
Hartley-****stain derpy derpy derp
Yup, just like lefty loony woke Labour MP's and councillors
Why note do the simple thing and vote him out in the vote they'd just had? Not very bright these Tories. So they find a way to get another vote! All very nice but little to suggest he would've lost that either so really no point. Any plan they had would have to have some strategy of winning the vote itself and you mentioned none. Remember you're saying this was a week ago, before the Pincher scandal was even known about.
You're a Tory, quite obvious to me. You never put them down.
You old poop
Just shows what a cretinous oaf you are.
**** off back to the English Boards along with your Lefty Loony Liberal Woke ****wit pals.
GC was far better before all you twats arrived.
Pete’s ban was the catalyst. No coming back from a blow like that.
The 1922 Committee membership election is next week, you moron. Had it come to a vote after the membership and rules had been changed, the ranks of the 148 (41 per cent) that voted no confidence would obviously have swelled. As it is a confidence vote is not needed as there will now be a leadership election.