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    Britain's New Prime Minister

    - Conservative Party will announce the victor between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt this Tuesday
    - PM Theresa May will hold her last PMQs in the House of Commons on Wednesday then drive to the Palace to resign
    - Queen Elizabeth II will summon the victor to Buckingham Palace for the 'kissing of hands' to become PM on Wednesday




    So yes, the moment will finally arrive this week as Britain finds out who its 55th Prime Minister will be, or the 14th of Queen Elizabeth II.

    The timing will go roughly like this: sometime Tuesday we'll find out the winner of the Conservative and Unionist Party leadership contest, and that person (Boris or Hunt) will become leader of the governing party. Then, the next day PM Theresa May will leave Downing Street for the last time, attend her final PMQs and then drive to Buckingham Palace to resign to Queen Elizabeth II. Shortly afterwards, the Palace will summon the winner of the leadership contest and invite the winner to form a Ministry. It's expected Cabinet appointments may take place on the Thursday.

    So a two tweets of interest I saw recently...

    BBC NewsNight did four scenarios, and below is the one I think is most likely.

    Thoughts?
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    I'm more interested to see the Cabinet that Boris puts together. Having a condition that they have to support No deal should make for an interesting selection.

    *Unless there's a major upset and Hunt wins, in which case, I wouldn't care at all. Theresa in Trousers was a fairly apt nickname, I reckon.
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    @Inseriousity;

    So far I have read...

    - IDS for Deputy PM
    - Patel for Home Secretary
    - Rees-Mogg for Chief Secretary to Treasury
    - Davis possibly as Chancellor/Foreign Secretary.


    I thnk it'll likely play out as that video describes, but with a few changes. So: Boris becomes PM, gets cosmetic changes to the backstop, Deal still fails to pass, VoNC held which the government ever so narrowly wins only after some retiring Labour MPs like Hoey help it after Grieve and some others leave the party to vote against, Britain leaves 31st October, shortly afterwards a General Election is called as Tories no longer have a working majority for domestic legislation, Boris likely wins a majority as Leave voters especially from the Brexit Party return to voting Tory as a result.


    Anyone else want a shot at predicting what'll happen?


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    Boris wins 66% to Hunt's 33%



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    Well we now have our version of Trump. Be interesting to see what Brois brings to the UK.


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    I love how it's not even about keeping Labour out, just Corbyn himself because he's so dangerously shit
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    It’s the arrogance. It’s the contempt. That’s what gets me. It’s Gordon Brown’s apparent belief that he can just trample on the democratic will of the British people. It’s at moments like this that I think the political world has gone mad, and I am alone in detecting the gigantic fraud. They voted for Anthony Charles Lynton Blair to serve as their leader. They were at no stage invited to vote on whether Gordon Brown should be PM… They voted for Tony, and yet they now get Gordon, and a transition about as democratically proper as the transition from Claudius to Nero. It is a scandal. Why are we all conniving in this stitch-up? This is nothing less than a palace coup… with North Korean servility, the Labour Party has handed power over to the brooding Scottish power-maniac.
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    Here's a selection of the best tweets/news from yesterday.

    I am loving this Cabinet! Rees-Mogg, Truss, McVey, Raab, Patel, Villers....



    Great Offices of State appointments (excl. PM)








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    How you gonna call it a "best of" selection of tweets without having any that of the ones going mental over Big Liz having a Dyson fan

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