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Michael Howard has signalled he will step down in the next few months or so as Tory party leader. Tony Blair has already said that he plans to step down in this parliament as Labour leader. Who’ll replace them? Any ideas anyone? <_< <_<
Brown will replace Blair in 24-30 months time.Liam Fox or David Davies will replace Howard in about a years time.Kennedy will stay.
I still say that Boris Johnson should be the next Conservative party leader. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
daved’s got it pretty much right I reckon.
Although, I like what Hello’s thinking.
I’m thinking what he’s thinking – sounds familiar . . . .
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