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Are We Seeing The Beginning Of The Demise Of The Labour Party

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11 minutes ago, Tsunami said:

I would agree we need that, but I think the present incumbents  are way ahead of it's opposition. If you think todays things are bad, just imagine how much worse it would have been if Labour had got in. They would still be trying to elect a new Leader, whilst bodies would be in the streets. 

Just unbelievable ...:rofl::rofl::rofl: 

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Cummins resigns.

The Chair at the BBC is still vacant:rofl:

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11 minutes ago, Tsunami said:

I would agree we need that, but I think the present incumbents  are way ahead of it's opposition. If you think todays things are bad, just imagine how much worse it would have been if Labour had got in. They would still be trying to elect a new Leader, whilst bodies would be in the streets. 

We can all say 'What if'.. 

However, that is not Labour now.. 

Weren't the Tories 26% ahead in the polls not so long ago.

Either the Tories hsve messed up or Labour has started to get its act together. 

Probably a mix of both. 

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2 minutes ago, YerRopes said:

We can all say 'What if'.. 

However, that is not Labour now.. 

Weren't the Tories 26% ahead in the polls not so long ago.

Either the Tories hsve messed up or Labour has started to get its act together. 

Probably a mix of both. 

I think at the moment it is more the Tories messing up but if Labour can really sort themselves out they have a real chance.

I voted for this Tory shower but won’t again but at the moment Starmer hasn’t done anything so far too earn my vote but he has time. 

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25 minutes ago, Tsunami said:

I would agree we need that, but I think the present incumbents  are way ahead of it's opposition. If you think todays things are bad, just imagine how much worse it would have been if Labour had got in. They would still be trying to elect a new Leader, whilst bodies would be in the streets. 

It's all whataboutery.

The Tories are in power and stuffing up on multiple fronts, so it's frankly irrelevant what Labour may or may not have done... :rolleyes:

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33 minutes ago, PHILIPRISING said:

POLLS ...don't you just luv 'em

Apparently 47% of those surveyed said they don't. :)

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3 hours ago, mickthemuppet said:

Will Jeremy Corbyn be let back into the Labour party . A meeting later today will decide

I wonder whether he would have been suspended if he had been black or of an ethnic background?

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What a suprise that both Abbott & McDonnell standing up for Corbyn...three reasons why as a Labour supporter they never got my vote during the last two Elections.

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Just think if people were influenced by these two people they could be running the country today  with Macdonnell, Anneliese Dodds, Angela Rayner who left school with more children than A levels, David Lammy, Dawn Butler, Rebecca Long Bailey,  

So much talent there:party::party::party:

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50 minutes ago, mickthemuppet said:

Just think if people were influenced by these two people they could be running the country today  with Macdonnell, Anneliese Dodds, Angela Rayner who left school with more children than A levels, David Lammy, Dawn Butler, Rebecca Long Bailey,  

So much talent there:party::party::party:

O levels actually:D

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