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13 Brentford Rd 12:25 Thu Oct 29
EHRC result - Labour guilty of acting unlawfully.....
Who'd have thought.

"Our investigation found that the Labour Party has committed unlawful acts"

https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/inquiries-and-investigations/investigation-labour-party

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riosleftsock 1:05 Sat Oct 31
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Dan, to quote Geoff Norcott (sp?)

No, I'm not gutted that I voted for a conservative government, I'm just gutted I didn't get one.

ray winstone 12:34 Sat Oct 31
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collyrob 11:56 Fri Oct 30

Depends who you ask.

WHU(Exeter) 12:01 Sat Oct 31
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well apparently there has been a hell of a lot of unlawful this and unlawful that for the last few years, so at some point we should see somebody up in front of the beak very soon and a whole pack of cards after that.

or perhaps nothing?

collyrob 11:56 Fri Oct 30
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What has corbz actually said about the 4x2’s

Dan 11:36 Fri Oct 30
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I'd say none of the major parties comma but I'd consider the tories as the lesser of the 3 evils. Its hardly a ringing endorsement of the tories by the way.

bruuuno 11:30 Fri Oct 30
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jim@chickenrun 9:52 Fri Oct 30

WHU(Exeter) 11:22 Fri Oct 30
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Westham67 - That.

Westham67 11:13 Fri Oct 30
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Spot on Jim there is no party that fully supports the working class

, 10:54 Fri Oct 30
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Jim, which party , in your opinion, represents the working man?

Dan 10:46 Fri Oct 30
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Couldn't agree more Jim.

zebthecat 10:22 Fri Oct 30
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:37 Fri Oct 30

Spot on.
It was a lack of courage to confront the evidence at face value and do something about it. Much less hassle to leave things be rather than overcome the intertia.

jim@chickenrun 9:52 Fri Oct 30
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The labour party has let the British working man down for the past 40 years....it's now the party of middle class liberals and immigrants.

mashed in maryland 9:13 Fri Oct 30
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As for Jezza, his intentions are meaningless. None of it matters.

His party have spearheaded "cancel culture" over the last 10-15 years.

Now its finally come for him.

He could have said something about his least favourite type of tulips and someone could probably have linked it to racism.

mashed in maryland 9:11 Fri Oct 30
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 7:16 Fri Oct 30
ChillTheKeel 7:13 Fri Oct 30


See "Change UK".

Crassus 9:01 Fri Oct 30
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ChillTheKeel 7:13 Fri Oct 30

I agree with that, whilst obviously no fan of JC it appears to me that any criticism of Israel is commuted instantly to antisemitism
Likewise, any pop at Muslims immediately translates to being a paid up marching member of the Waffen SS

As it happens, I have no issue with the old 4x2's but this sniffling and frankly rank suppression of debate leads to one path only and that is genuine extremism

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:59 Fri Oct 30
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Fo the Communist 8:43 Fri Oct 30

I could probably have made that clearer by listing them the other way round.

WHU(Exeter) 8:56 Fri Oct 30
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What Kenzo said

Fo the Communist 8:43 Fri Oct 30
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Fair enough, mate.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:37 Fri Oct 30
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FO

I didn't put the blame for Rotherham entirely on the Labour Party. I put the blame for Rotherham on the culture of blind-eye turning. I also put the blame for what happened in Labour on blind-eye turning.

Fo the Communist 8:25 Fri Oct 30
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Surf

"Once you have a encouraged a culture of blind-eye turning, you have Rotherham and the Labour Party."

I shouldn't bite but it's also an over-simplification to lay the blame for Rotherham and suchlike solely at the feet of the Labour Party. To do so ignores wider cultural and social issues both within and outside the immigrant community concerned.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 7:22 Fri Oct 30
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Fo the Communist 2:38 Fri Oct 30

Good points, well-made and probably mostly true. However, I can't accept that this whole thing didn't start pre-Corbyn.

You can't have an unstated but well-known policy of encouraging Muslim immigration in order to gain their votes and stay in power forever without tacitly encouraging members of the party to curry favour with that demographic. Once you have a encouraged a culture of blind-eye turning, you have Rotherham and the Labour Party.

THANKS BLAIR!

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