Brexit means Caroline Lucas will become PM.

From the Sage of Ely:

What then? I’m told on the grapevine that Leavers will not accept this outcome: civil disturbance is likely. I think that is possible. Hence the route to a coalition; a national government after an almost inevitable general election as the Commons fails to agree again – or is pulled down by such a coalition acting to do so. Then there will be the fundamental reforms to make sure that UK politics will never again present people with three options in England and Wales that almost no one finds especially palatable. The Scots are in a different place, of course.

And I should add, in all this the move towards another Scottish referendum is almost inevitable, and likely to pass – just to escape the mayhem.

Who will lead that Coalition? Caroline Lucas, most likely. Precisely because she would not be from any major player in it.

As far as I’m aware Poe’s Law is not involved here.

11 comments on “Brexit means Caroline Lucas will become PM.

  1. However incompetent the current Tory shambles are, I’d still back them to beat the likes of Caroline Lucas (and Ritchie).

  2. Obvious now I won’t get funds, kudos or vermine from Labour. Where’s another source that will listen to meee?

  3. What’s scary isn’t what gets out of that foot-thick skull, it’s what’s still trapped inside.

  4. “I’m told on the grapevine that Leavers will not accept this outcome: civil disturbance is likely. I think that is possible.”

    What grapevine does that fat twat have access to? What he means is that he’s read the news and extrapolated it out to some bizarre conclusion which he then hedges with “might happen” so that when it doesn’t, he can deny he predicted it.

  5. He becomes more deranged by the week. Once, it was fun to invent aliases to tease and distract him. Now, he’s an irrelevance….
    Query: is there such a thing as a Professor Emeritus of the Practice of….?

  6. “The Scots are in a different place, of course.”

    I guffawed – he’s not just mutton-headed, he’s tin-eared too.

  7. So, if I have Spud right, the democratic solution is a PM from the party that got 2% of the votes.

    His State is courageous indeed.

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