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  • I watched.

  • I watched all the channels I was watching on Baby Swan.

  • If I could say the main positive, when did Hugh Edwards get so fucking hot?

  • Absolutely beautiful.

  • These beautiful cut his hair.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, is.

  • It would be wrong to take a picture of Hugh Edwards into the barber.

  • In the style of, you know, I think it's better than whoever you are in a moment, Theo, where there's a will go right for the Tories now.

  • Their message.

  • One of the things that were from them.

  • Their message was clear.

  • They had three wood catchphrases get Brexit Done Coalition of Chaos, Desert and Delay.

  • All of that stuff was simple, and it cut through the weeping Waas today.

  • There was some later impedes that were kind of criticizing the Tories for having simple messages.

  • Well, it's not their fault.

  • They had simple messages.

  • That's the point you're supposed to.

  • You can't just get all those sneaky Tory's with their clear message is coming through.

  • I think the old order great photographs, slogans, kind of you don't ask questions so that they said get breaks it done and nobody really asked how.

  • It's the same with McDonald's when they say I'm loving it.

  • You don't really ask why, Theo Labor next election.

  • Just undercut them.

  • Yes, go for two words.

  • Labor.

  • Fuck off.

  • I mean, here's the thing.

  • Can anyone really remember the labor slogan that they ran with?

  • It was for the many, not the few.

  • But apart from that, it was for the many.

  • Not the few will re negotiate Brexit, but we'll let you make the final decision.

  • And if you get this message, call me back because I'm out of credit.

  • I know you both had big nights.

  • In fact, Rory, someone's already tweeted saying, Be gentle with Rory.

  • He's not had much sleep.

  • My mom.

  • How much sleep have you had?

  • I think about two and 1/2 ass.

  • Right?

  • And Anna?

  • About three and 1/2.

  • Wow.

  • Big night.

  • So what does a personal you know, night society?

  • What does this mean for Britain?

  • People worried today.

  • What does it mean for the future of Britain that the way that little panned out?

  • Do you think?

  • I think very amused, Some interesting language.

  • Marion's language.

  • I think it was Richard.

  • That Anyway, I'm so sorry, by the way.

  • No, I mean I think it's appalling that Boris Johnson has got such an enormous majority.

  • That means you get way everyone's imagine, like Donald Trump with these little hunter way Rory.

  • What?

  • What does this mean for the country?

  • Because, I mean, both of you left the Tory party partly because of the direction in which it was heading.

  • So what do you think is gonna happen now?

  • Well, I think the big question is is he gonna Is he gonna think that because he won the election on this kind of big match?

  • Oh, simple slogans yet that that's the way he's gonna run the country for the next five years?

  • Is he going to think that this shows that that technique works and he's going to stick with it?

  • Or is it or is he going to think?

  • Okay, I've got a got a decent majority now.

  • I didn't have to play this game anymore.

  • I can takes a more complicated, moderate policies.

  • What I'm worried about is that he'll think he's got a winning formula, right?

  • And really, the selection was about two things about Brexit and Jeremy Corbyn.

  • The danger will be if Boris thinks this is somehow a blank check for him to do whatever he wants, and that's a very dangerous thing for a politician with a win.

  • Politicians, you win an election.

  • What does it really mean?

  • Is that a personal vote for you?

  • Is it something that's happening with parties?

  • I very much hope eventually this this country comes back to the centre ground because that's where reality is.

  • That's where most of us are on this spectacle of Jeremy Corbyn drifting off to the left, Boris Johnson drifting off to the right.

  • I don't think it's our national culture.

  • By the way, I didn't win my election.

  • I just so well to say that Yes, yes.

  • So you are now U out of politics now.

  • Well, I'm sold, are still around.

  • But I agree with Lori.

  • I mean, my my real fear is he's now got to deliver me.

  • No, In all seriousness, there are many, many people who put their faith in him in towns, especially in the north of England and in my part the world, the East Midlands, in other parts of the middle.

  • And then they put their faith in him on Brexit.

  • We all know that Brexit will not deliver, then the sort of thing that they all imagine it will some great future and all the rest of it.

  • We know that.

  • But bored.

  • What is Boris Johnson going to do for these people?

  • Because I genuinely don't know how he is going to produce something that is going to satisfy the trust that they have put in here.

  • Would you really worry me that given what he knows about Brexit and given what he had to say, toe win, the election would be as hard as he possibly can and given now the sort of constituencies that he's representing?

  • Would he be more minded to go for a softer Brexit, which actually would have ever listen?

  • You think it still goes like I tell you why?

  • Because the Tory party, the membership of the Conservative Party, has changed profoundly.

  • So when I was in my county rocks thing last night, rather in the early hours this morning, I mean, I didn't recognize half of the conservatives that because they are very frankly, people would be have infiltrated.

  • In my opinion, it's the Tory party has gone to the right story properly identified on the other thing is just the character of some of these new Tory MP Sze is appalling.

  • I mean, where the great brains, where the great thinkers, where the people with experience, people like Rory and others who have left the Tory party or who have Bean booted out of it.

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Former Tory MPs Anna Soubry & Rory Stewart on Boris Johnson's Election Win | The Last Leg

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    林宜悉   posted on 2020/03/27
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