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Sanctuary
Sanctuary
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Re: Tonights Newsnight
Aug 14, 2015, 08:12
spencer wrote:
I assume it'll be on Beeb iPlayer when finished. Second feature is an cringey interview with Yvette Cooper. A l m o s t felt sorry for her, trying to explain why people should vote for her not Corbyn. Look at her eyes, listen to the manic voice on edge of stuttering. Kirsty Wark emphasised she was back in third place, but she refused to back out so Burnham could have her votes. In that case... : D ......and, in the first feature, a West Midlands Labour councillor made the point that Blair had lost FOUR MILLION votes. Wonder why, and how many are thinking of returning to the fold. Add on the young and ethnic minority vote. Crunch the numbers of the last electoral turnout, take into account the boundary changes the Tories brought in. Corbyn unelectable? Er, I think not.


Not being a Labour supporter I don't give a monkeys who wins, but some of the comments dished out by Corbyn's rivals for the leadership of the party will surely leave them no other option than quit if he wins. They say it's not a personal thing but that's BS surely.
Captain Starlet
Captain Starlet
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Re: Tonights Newsnight
Aug 14, 2015, 11:12
It's all BS scaremongery that we've come to expect from red tories over recent years, which is a good inclination that those engaging in it are more afraid of losing more lucrative positions than actually moving to a position of what the Labour party was actually set up to do in the first place.
Captain Starlet
Captain Starlet
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It's all over now!
Aug 14, 2015, 11:41
The press have finally got him, I'm sure he'll never recover from this being made public!

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2015/08/11/jeremy-corbyn-signed-a-commons-motion-looking-forward-to-when-an-asteroid-kills-all-humans_n_7971908.html
Sanctuary
Sanctuary
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Re: It's all over now!
Aug 14, 2015, 12:06
Captain Starlet wrote:


You will find out that when that was said it would be what most decent folk were thinking at the time and should not be taken out of context!!
Captain Starlet
Captain Starlet
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Re: It's all over now!
Aug 14, 2015, 12:15
Well, if this is all the press have got I don't think he's got too much to worry about.
IanB
IanB
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Re: It's all over now!
Aug 14, 2015, 15:45
Captain Starlet wrote:
Well, if this is all the press have got I don't think he's got too much to worry about.


The Jewish Chronicle are trying to paint him as a friend to Holocaust deniers but I think you only need cheer a goal against Israel in World Cup qualifying to make their list of suspects.
IanB
IanB
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Edited Aug 14, 2015, 15:57
X Doesn't Mark The Spot
Aug 14, 2015, 15:55
Just a reminder that an x in a box disqualifies the ballot.

If you are voting for JC then it is a 1 not a cross that you put in the relevant box.

Also want to make the case one last time for Stella Creasy as deputy. She has Progress-lite previous but she is a proper maverick and a true believer in actually getting shit done in opposition. A future leader of party and country.
Captain Starlet
Captain Starlet
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Re: It's all over now!
Aug 14, 2015, 15:58
Just read an article on there, key questions Jeremy Corbyn must answer, what a complete load of nonsense! Most of the things they're going on about have been dealt with ages ago. Just seem to be trying to rake up anything to cause a slur
grufty jim
grufty jim
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Andy Burnham
Aug 14, 2015, 16:05
Apparently Labour will be "reduced" to a "party of protest" if Corbyn becomes leader. So says Andy Burnham.

While that may well be true Andy, ya big eejit; I'd argue that a Party of Protest is still a lot better than a Party of Meek Acquiescence.
Captain Starlet
Captain Starlet
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Re: Jeremy Corbyn
Aug 16, 2015, 15:01
So Gordon Brown's decided to weigh into the ring now, saying Labour should be electable?

Obvious point (for me) is that the reason why Labour lost under his watch and in 2015 was because Labour just weren't electable!
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