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Queens Fish Bar 11:40 Sat Jan 4
Next leader of The Labour Party
Who is your money on?

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, 9:24 Mon Apr 6
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Johnson 8.16, you could have written the same thing about Boris.

I’ll grant you are right about Lanny.

Far Cough 8:56 Mon Apr 6
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Haha

ChillTheKeel 8:26 Mon Apr 6
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Context, FC!

Johnson 8:16 Mon Apr 6
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Lanny on the firm will prove better amusement than Abbot I reckon.

He really is one thick lying race baiting cunt.

Far Cough 8:08 Mon Apr 6
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Turn it in Chill, you absolute poof

ChillTheKeel 8:05 Mon Apr 6
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Starmer's new communications director is from a private healthcare lobbying corporation.

Makes ya proud!

Lee Trundle 7:56 Mon Apr 6
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Good.

I was a bit concerned when Abbott stepped down.

mashed in maryland 7:28 Mon Apr 6
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DAVID LAMMY IN SHADOW CABINET

Great stuff.

BRANDED 6:51 Mon Apr 6
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Mr Miliband, who led the party between 2010 and 2015, will now hold the role of shadow business secretary.

Ag Ag Ag Ag Ag

Nurse Ratched 6:42 Mon Apr 6
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"His father (was) a tool maker"


Yeah, we'd noticed.

Exiled In Surrey 6:35 Mon Apr 6
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Pedro 4:04 Mon Apr 6

His mother was a nurse and his father a tool maker.

mashed in maryland 4:13 Mon Apr 6
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ChillTheKeel 1:50 Mon Apr 6

Haha, a lot of truth in that

Golden Oldie 4:09 Mon Apr 6
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Anyone notice how the BBC weren't sat on Keir's doorstep the very day after his election demanding he resigns, because "the country demands it".

Pedro 4:04 Mon Apr 6
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Guess now Sir Kier is in charge Labour can no longer say the Tories are too posh etc and favour the bankers and lawyers.

Rupert Murdochs media outlets will be hard on him as he was key in getting news of world shut down; after phone hacking.

Any government needs a strong opposition so surely he can’t be any worse than Corbyn.

BRANDED 4:01 Mon Apr 6
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Corbs united the right. Not a great legacy but that’s what he did. A bit like the right in the USA saying Trump’s a wanker but I’ll hold my nose cos the others are lefty cunts.

It all keeps the rich and wealthy in power a bit longer.

Golden Oldie 3:52 Mon Apr 6
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The neo-liberal foreign occupied media are looking far more favourably at Starmar than they did for Corbyn.

It's placed a real division in the party as all the ...ermm... 'centrists' continue to play dumb as to why Corbyn's chances were so severely limited, while ignoring it was Starmar's political tactics that Corbyn employed that gave any legitimate attack on the policies.

Seeing them all grinning like Tony Blair at the sight of burning women and children with the news of Starmar being leader will only create more division in the party between those who are philosophically socialist and those who are contemptible Judas goat 'Blairites' interested in the power at any cost.

, 3:33 Mon Apr 6
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Labour tried the Corbyn experiment and as voters illustrated it did not work.

Now the party has changed tack and voted in a person who almost certainly has more appeal to the overwhelmingly non aligned electorate than Corbyn.

Naturally people will find fault with Starmer but if the best that people can come up with is the failure to prosecute Savile when He was at the CPS it’s small beer.

Dagenhammer 2:35 Mon Apr 6
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ChillTheKeel 12:50 Mon Apr 6
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Burgon is a decent fella, not the brightest, but decent.
I wonder how many 'Cobynites' are already fuming at giving their vote to the liberal millionaire knight of the realm. The divs were warned.

Surely that is the whole point of it. Richard Burgon might be a decent chap, but if he is not up to the job, then it is right for him to go. Starmer was a top lawyer and knows his stuff in this field, so Burgon would have to have been top drawer to take on the Justice role in the new Shadow Cabinet, which from what I saw of him, he was not.

Starmer like any good leader is building a team that he can work with, that is not to say it should be a team of 'Yes men', an effective team needs a mix of opinions, people who have different views, but it should be people that can work together as a team.

ChillTheKeel 2:12 Mon Apr 6
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You could try arguing to the contrary, instead of giggling like a girl.

Exiled In Surrey 2:06 Mon Apr 6
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ChillTheKeel 1:50 Mon Apr 6
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The Tory party is no longer the embodiment of the Establishment

hahahahahahahahahahaha!

ChillTheKeel 1:50 Mon Apr 6
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The Tory party is no longer the embodiment of the Establishment, thanks to its pro Brexit stance and its 'political anarchist' conductor.

They have been replaced by Sir Kier's EUrophile liberals.

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