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Cameron begins to form new cabinet

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  1. Are they all white as well? Or does that go without saying?

  2. Today is a sad grey dawn for those who seek progress in the UK. The Liberal Democrats have taken on the role of government policemen. They must now continually be on guard against and continually counter the hungry desires of the backward Christian right-wing of the Tory Party. Will they be able to withstand that force? At the moment both Tory and LibDem leaders are speaking
    optimistically of a happy and cooperative power-sharing coalition. But once business gets underway and as the months pass it remains to be seen just how much of a moderating influence the LibDems actually can exert and maintain against the right- wing Tory agenda.

  3. silly billy 12 May 2010, 6:28pm

    YAHOO. Iain Duncan Snob is back. That is worth celebrating. The quite man who likes dogs to fight and kill other dogs, and votes strongly against gay rights always. Out they come…….

  4. silly billy 12 May 2010, 7:34pm

    Theresa May is surely Gay
    And Edward Pickles too.
    But rather than you than me for her
    And Edward Pickles too, for you.
    Liam and Andrew, lovely boys,
    And now there’s Michael too
    Surely there must be some more?
    (And still they’re all for you).
    And Cammy; he’s a lovely lad,
    And little (Cl) Eggy too
    Theresa and Iain are such lovely blokes
    If it wasn’t so bad you could almost make jokes……(to be continued…)

  5. Courtesy of Eddy

    “Today is a sad grey dawn for those who seek progress in the UK. The Liberal Democrats have taken on the role of government policemen. They must now continually be on guard against and continually counter the hungry desires of the backward Christian right-wing of the Tory Party. Will they be able to withstand that force? At the moment both Tory and LibDem leaders are speaking
    optimistically of a happy and cooperative power-sharing coalition. But once business gets underway and as the months pass it remains to be seen just how much of a moderating influence the LibDems actually can exert and maintain against the right-wing Tory agenda.”

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