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twoleftfeet 2:23 Mon Sep 24
Labours new de-selection policy.
So if 33% of the sitting MPs local branch don’t like him/her they can have them de-selected which basically means the 67% that did like them don’t matter.

Is that the correct interpretation of the new rules?

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Darlo Debs 9:19 Tue Sep 25
Re: Labours new de-selection policy.
just didn't find it funny. loved South Park though.

Hammer and Pickle 9:13 Tue Sep 25
Re: Labours new de-selection policy.
Why do you post crap all the time?

Nurse Ratched 9:13 Tue Sep 25
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Yeah, go on. Sod it, why not?

Darlo Debs 9:13 Tue Sep 25
Re: Labours new de-selection policy.
Never a massive B&B fan Nurse.

, 9:12 Tue Sep 25
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Same person innit?*

*worth a try

Nurse Ratched 9:12 Tue Sep 25
Re: Labours new de-selection policy.
Why are you living like a spineless Ken Doll, Pickle?

Hammer and Pickle 9:09 Tue Sep 25
Re: Labours new de-selection policy.
Why are you posting like mimmler, Ratched?

Nurse Ratched 9:08 Tue Sep 25
Re: Labours new de-selection policy.
I dunno...What about the PE teacher in Beavis and Butthead?

Darlo Debs 9:04 Tue Sep 25
Re: Labours new de-selection policy.
never would have fancied learning PE off someone with an American accent

Nurse Ratched 8:59 Tue Sep 25
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Yeah, best he taught physics instead of PE.

Alfs 8:57 Tue Sep 25
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You're correct, Debs. And with the lack of teachers presently it's likely to be more common. And quite right too.

My brother, for example, is a Doctor of Music and plays over a dozen different instruments, as well as being a published author. He teaches to degree level in universities but cannot teach kids who are in primary or comprehensive schools.

Stephen Hawkin, if he were still alive, would find himself in the same situation if he wanted to teach physics. It's all a bit ridiculous.

Darlo Debs 8:39 Tue Sep 25
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genuine question here, arent some teachers in free schools specialists in their field but who have no formal teaching qualifications?

i am.sure i remember a bit of a hoo ha about this a while back.

Alfs 8:31 Tue Sep 25
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I teach acting in a private drama school and have no teaching qualifications whatsoever, so the performance artist could technically call himself a teacher, if he has a similar position.

Gaffer58 8:15 Tue Sep 25
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Can somebody with more political savvy than me please explain who has their hand up Corbyn's bum and is working him,

After8 5:06 Tue Sep 25
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The absolute state of labour today. They wanted a 2nd deputy leader and that they had to be a woman. Today they withdraw the idea as they're worried the woman would dare to have her own thoughts and not be a Corbyn lacky.

It really is animal farm.

goose 4:55 Tue Sep 25
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apart from the fact he's never been a teacher or never qualified as a teacher.............. yeh of course he can teach!

BRANDED 4:50 Tue Sep 25
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Like a performing artist cant teach.

Ag

gank 4:50 Tue Sep 25
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What does this have to do with West Ham?

boltkunt 4:43 Tue Sep 25
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www.politicsonline.net

Johnson 4:41 Tue Sep 25
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Surely Labour aren’t telling lies?

I won’t have it.

goose 4:40 Tue Sep 25
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anyone notice the "teacher" ranting about the Tories at the Labour conference?? well he's not actually a teacher. he's never been a teacher and is a "performing arts professional" according to his linkedin profile.

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