Yeah I'm sure Rees-Mogg would be a popular leader of the Conservatives, he'd really destroy the image of the Tories as the party of the rich, and would really appeal to working class voters in post-industrial towns for instance. Or not.Gullscorer wrote: ↑01 May 2017, 09:32Ha ha.. So who do you suggest? Jeremy Corbyn? Tim Farron? Apart from Rees-Mogg, the only real alternative would be Nigel Farage, but he's in the wrong party to be PM.
Anyway, in addition to Rees-Mogg, here's someone else who's always worth listening to: http://hitchensblog.mailonsunday.co.uk/
As for Farage, how many times has he failed to win a parliamentary seat? 7 times?
Indeed Hitchens is/was worth listening to, probably one of the greatest orators of the last 30 years. Christopher I mean, not Peter.