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The Magic Twenty-One

As the Conservative Party lurches to become “The Brexit Party (Rebadged)” we salute the twenty-one decent MPs who stood up to Boris Johnson

Moderate Conservatism died last night when Boris Johnson childishly chucked out twenty-one MPs who did the right thing and rebelled against the runaway lunacy he was trying to impose on Parliament.

 

The Magic Twenty-One – As Conservative Party lurches to become “The Brexit Party (Rebadged)” we salute 21 decent MPs who stood up to Boris Johnson.

The twenty-one, who include former chancellors and a number of other senior figures, are to be saluted. They are:

 

Guto Bebb

Richard Benyon

Steve Brine

Alistair Burt

Greg Clark

Ken Clarke

David Gauke

Justine Greening

Dominic Grieve

Sam Gyimah

Philip Hammond

Stephen Hammond

Richard Harrington

Margot James

Sir Oliver Letwin

Anne Milton

Caroline Nokes

Antoinette Sandbach

Sir Nicholas Soames

Rory Stewart

Edward Vaizey

 

For them, the father of the house, Ken Clarke, spoke the most sense. He explained:

 

“I am a Conservative, of course I am … But this leader, I don’t recognise this. It’s the Brexit party, rebadged… The party has] been taken over by rather a knockabout sort of character [Dominic Cummings, Boris Johnson’s de facto chief of staff] who’s got this bizarre crash-it-through philosophy … [And a] cabinet which is the most right-wing cabinet any Conservative party has ever produced. They’re not in control of events. The prime minister comes and talks total rubbish to us, and is planning to hold a quick election and get out, blaming parliament and Europe for the shambles.”

 

It is now time these decent men and women join with the Liberal Democrats, the moderate wing of the Labour Party, The Independent Group for Change and others. Together they can do what the country most urgently needs – Stop Brexit.

 

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5 comments on “The Magic Twenty-One”

  1. Nok is right!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Bring on Brexit!!!!! Chuck out the immigrants!!!!!!!!! Close your borders!!!!!!!!!! Learn from us in Oz!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I just don’t understand how it has come to this. It makes no difference whether you voted to leave or stay, the people voted to leave, it was a democratic vote. You just can’t keep moving the goal posts until you get the goal you want. I wanted to stay, but that’s now irrelevant, I’m saying let democracy rule and leave already, get on with it.

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