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unitedbiscuits
09 Dec 17 18:33
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a) Isolatiionist, protectionist, scapegoating, de-regulating Singapore-style tax-haven generating inequality.

b) Reverse Brexit (in all but name). Look forward, support youth and meritocracy.

Otherwise I'll have to vote for Vince Cable.
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Report InsiderTrader December 9, 2017 6:40 PM GMT
They would need a new Front Bench.

Corbyn is out of his depth.
John McDonnell is a Marxist.
Abbott cannot do basic maths but did work experience in the Home Office so should be able to run it.
Thornberry thinks we cannot buy food from Australia because it will rot in transport.
Report Foinavon December 9, 2017 9:50 PM GMT
It's about time Labour apologised for the mess they left last time...
and the time before that...
and the one before that.
Report melv December 9, 2017 11:16 PM GMT
1. How arrogant for labours enemies to think they can choose the Labour front bench.

2. Who ever leads labour will be savaged by the usual suspects in the right wing media

3. Labour must make sure the Tories dirty hands are all over the poison chalice that is Brexit. Its too early to make a move yet. Otherwise the establishment press will pin the Brexit disaster on Labour.

4. Labour are hungry keen fresh determined energized  and confident. Never the bllshit and  title tattle from right whingers on here. All labour need is manifesto that is popular and the jobs a good un.

5. I want to see Starmer front and centre.  He has a gravitas that Labour is short of.

6. Its a piece of pssssssss to look better than the Tories. Labour need to be  ready to be attacked from all sides as never before. Game on; but not yet. It needs to be after 2019 with the Tories on ther knees and Brexit a laughing stock.
Report melv December 9, 2017 11:18 PM GMT
Nevermind the bllshit and  title tattle from right whinghers on here. All labour need is a manifesto that is popular and the jobs a good un.
Report Foinavon December 9, 2017 11:35 PM GMT
I want to see Starmer front and centre.  He has a gravitas that Labour is short of.

Labour certainly lack gravitas as IT pointed out. The robotic Starmer is hardly the answer.
Report melv December 10, 2017 7:57 AM GMT
I notice that you appreciate that that the convincing and clinical Starmer has a gravitas lacking else in politics. Please do not give me that cartoon posh clown "Mogg". Both him and Johnson belong as villains in a Disney fairytale. The rights fawning over Mogg is weird.

Oh wouldn't you  Tories love it  in this feminine age if Starmer were to start emoting and gushing like Cameron or Blair and similar liars. Perish the day.

As Labour gain in might and confidence the rest of the team will time and time again massacre the Tories at the dispatch box. The best of our youth also see Labour as the party of the future and we will acquire ever more talent in depth. The Tories are a bunch of losers.

Manifesto manifesto. We just need the right manifesto
Report melv December 10, 2017 7:58 AM GMT
I notice that you appreciate that that the convincing and clinical Starmer has a gravitas lacking elsewhere in politics.
Report Dr Crippen December 10, 2017 9:47 AM GMT
Anti-Brexit thread No 129 from UB.



Look forward, support youth and meritocracy. = Con the kids to vote for them, but will the kids respond a second time after Corbyn hoodwinked them so dishonestly over tuition fees?

Same old Labour, same old lies, and the same old suckers targeted for votes.
Report Dr Crippen December 10, 2017 9:54 AM GMT
b) Reverse Brexit (in all but name).

Do you really think that people like Corby and McDonnell would give their powers away?

We're talking totalitarian dictators here. If anyone can't see what that pair are all about they must have muck in their eyes.
Report 1st time poster December 10, 2017 10:28 AM GMT
starmer has said on marr today

free movement continues
pay for access to single market,customs union in all but name, for ever

with them 2 statements alone ,at least we no he,ll never be PM
Report melv December 10, 2017 10:43 AM GMT
Purely honest analysis.

Of course if you are against soft Brexit then you won't vote for him.

Even David Davis is saying that soft Brexit is what we will get.
Report Gin December 12, 2017 9:49 PM GMT
It appears the country isn't quite ready for Labour:

https://yougov.co.uk/news/2017/12/12/voting-intention-conservatives-42-labour-41-10-11-/

Voting Intention: Conservatives 42%, Labour 41% (10-11 Dec)

The latest YouGov/Times voting intention survey finds the Conservatives on 42% (from 40% last week) and Labour on 41% (the same level as the previous poll).

Elsewhere, Liberal Democrat voting intention stands at 7% (the same as last time) while 10% would vote for other parties (from 11%).



On who would make the best Prime Minister, 37% of people prefer Theresa May while 28% favour Jeremy Corbyn. A further 35% can't choose between the two.
Report Gin December 12, 2017 9:50 PM GMT
**Despite Brexit (to use a much over-used phrase)
Report Dr Crippen December 13, 2017 9:37 AM GMT
Labour under Corby will never get another chance like the one they had at the last GE.
A short campaign with the Tories on the ropes from the off.
Leaving McDonnell free to tell the electorate whatever he chose about the economy, with no accounting figures for their proposed spending coming under scrutiny, and the massive support of the young built on a lie over tuition fees.

So it's no surprise if Corbyn ''rose without trace'' seems more likely now.
Report anxious December 13, 2017 11:44 AM GMT
More garbage from the tory fanboys , if you want more wonga wonga , poundlands , spiv tax off shorehavens ,the destruction of NHS / SOCIAL cARE , Rip off utilty private cowboy firms , failed trickle down thats what you will get , oh yes and more debt than ever
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