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Posted: 1 Dec 18 04:06

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So-called Prime Minister, Theresa May, admitted today that she has had enough, and has consequently submitted her own letter of no confidence in her leadership to Sir Graham Brady, chair of the 1922 Committee of backbench Conservatives. Mrs May will face a fight for her leadership if 48 Tory MPs put it in writing that they have also lost confidence in her. Should Sir Graham Brady indeed receiv.....

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Posted: 1 Dec 18 04:10
This may be the funniest story on the spoof because I seem to have a hard time not laughing each time I see it. The lesson learned is that undermining a character seems to bring out the strongest humor. It's clearly an evolutionary, genetic factor, a form of social competition among primate groups.

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