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  1. Yep, they're out in force blaming: Brexit The MSM The Lib Dems Tony Blair Alastair Campbell Lord Adonis Jewish voters The electorate
  2. Me too. Its like leaving the dentist with a mouth full of fillings. It didn't have to be this way. If only he'd listened back in 2016: Labour MPs pass no-confidence motion in Jeremy Corbyn https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-36647458
  3. Something I've noticed more is that people who driver "crossover" type cars struggle to keep it on their side of the road, especially on bends.
  4. And you forget how horrible places like this were. People locked away, abused and ill treated, institutionalised. The writing was on the wall for places like this as far back as the 60s.
  5. It really does, I've never found anything else as good. I'm wondering if some upset tummy tablets might do the job too as paracetamol are too small for my sausage fingers!
  6. This is not a time for gloating. Its the bloody nose I've said for so long that Labour would get, only I didn't think it would get it from the Labour heartlands of the North. When places like Rother and Don Valley and so many other strong Labour seats are voting Tory, you know that Labour is no longer speaking to the people there. Time to move on, fresh leader, fresh perspectives. Brexit should now be a done deal and forgotten about. No more talk about extensions and second referrendums which are splitting the party. Remainers are just going to have to grin and bear it. I accepted it some time ago, Lets get a moderate Labour leader to reunite the party and prepare for a 2024 victory.
  7. No matter who you vote for, nothing will beat this leader's Christmas card. "Leave it Tony, he's not worth it"
  8. Not true. Although Labour were heavily into "education, education, education" and a big push for everyone to go to university, I recall in quite a number of schools under their reign they built a lot of construction industry training centres, so the ones who weren't gifted could learn a trade: Mitie has six skills centres which are hosted at secondary schools and academies around the UK. They were opened between 2001 and 2007 and continue to provide invaluable opportunities for 14 – 16 year old pupils. https://www.mitiefoundation.com/get-involved/volunteering-stories/mitie-skill-centres/
  9. Ladies and gentlemen, your possible next Home Secretary. Wearing odd shoes. Wearing two left shoes.
  10. Peanut Butter Falcon Absolutely wonderful, quirky buddy / road movie about a lad with Downs Syndrome who wants to escape from his nursing home to attend wrestling school. Great support from Bruce Dern too. 9/10
  11. And here's me thinking the peace process was started by John Major and finished by Mo Mowlam. Funny how Corbyn didn't get a mention at the time. Not a peep of him here: Northern Ireland peace process https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_Ireland_peace_process
  12. I've seen a lot of posts from Labour supporters on social media sharing pictures and articles from Patrick Stewart and Sean Bean supposedly promoting Labour and Corbyn. Except when you look at the pictures and articles, they were from 2014 and 2015.
  13. Zero Hour contracts still in use by so many Labour councils. Welsh Labour councils employ 1000s on Zero Hours contracts – despite Corbyn pledges https://www.welshconservatives.com/news/welsh-labour-councils-employ-1000s-zero-hours-contracts-despite-corbyn-pledges Labour council employs one in ten staff on zero hours contracts despite Jeremy Corbyn's vow to ban them https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/08/22/labour-council-employs-one-ten-staff-zero-hours-contracts-despite/
  14. Whatever happens, Friday is going to be very good: If the Tories win, Corbyn will hopefully stand down and maybe Labour can start rebuilding for election 2024 with a more credible opposition. If Corbyn wins, then the UK will be brighter, better and more prosperous, according to his manifesto and claims. If Corbyn wins and he fails dismally, we can all laugh and seeing it crash and burn around them, saying "we told you so". Labour will be punished again in 2024 and this time people will have much longer memories than those of Brown and Miliband, so expect a good 10-15 years in opposition.
  15. Its a shame he tried to worm his way out of it. I'm sure many other Labour MPs feel exactly the same way. They certainly did in 2016, and things have hardly got better. A motion of no confidence in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been passed by the party's MPs. The 172-40 vote, which is not binding, follows resignations from the shadow cabinet and calls on Mr Corbyn to quit. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-36647458 If Corbyn loses and resigns on Friday, more will come out of the woodwork with their true feelings and stories of being made to suppress them in order to get behind their wonderful leader.
  16. No, he didn't. Some journo realised that Channel 4's charter was up for renewal, worked out that this would be in the next parliament, and that if Boris wins it would happen while he was leader. Put two and two together and they made the story "Boris to axe C4"
  17. Its free to download here. You usually put it on a USB stick and boot from that. https://antixlinux.com/ But if you need a CD making I'd be happy to help.
  18. It seems this person has history: https://www.thepostmillennial.com/the-truth-about-jessica-yaniv-is-beginning-to-emerge/
  19. An interesting watch, if only for McDonnell's body language and his folded arms. Billionaire John Caudwell goes head-to-head with Labour's John McDonnell https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-europe-50691677/billionaire-john-caudwell-goes-head-to-head-with-labour-s-john-mcdonnell
  20. Its not just age. He's been a career backbencher all his life. He has no leadership qualities. He dithers and sits on the fence. When he meets someone he doesn't like he just blanks them. That's no way for a world leader to behave.
  21. What about the old lie that Labour have been bandying about for decades - "Tories want to privatise the NHS". "Tories want to get rid of the NHS" and so on? Selling it to the USA is just another.
  22. Channel 4 editorial suite - listening back to a Boris interview: "Hey if we muffle this and put wrong subtitles on, we can make it look like he says 'people of colour' rather than people of talent" "Yeah, run with it, that'll teach Boris for not turning up last week." Then other news organisations release a nice crisp clear version of it. Channel 4 apologises for Boris ‘people of colour’ video https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/12/channel-4-apologises-for-boris-people-of-colour-video/
  23. Ah, the old "millions must be wrong because they don't agree with me" point of view. There's more to Tories than the rich, ten bob millionaires and "£10 an hour 'Middle Class'" as you put it. Its a shame you can't see that with your blinkered point of view. Chip on your shoulder perhaps, or something else?
  24. It really isn't, its a badly pasted Wikipedia link. Anna has an obsession with mentioning Neoliberalism at the moment, but I don't think she knows quite what it means.
  25. Did he? From 2019: VOTERS FURIOUS AT HOW MUCH CORBYN AND ABBOTT HAVE CLAIMED IN EXPENSES https://politicaluk.co.uk/2019/02/voters-furious-at-how-much-corbyn-and-abbott-have-claimed-in-expenses/ Perhaps you're trying to cite nine year old material? From 2010: Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn is the country's lowest expenses claimer https://www.islingtongazette.co.uk/news/politics/islington-north-mp-jeremy-corbyn-is-the-country-s-lowest-expenses-claimer-1-748369 As for your "honest man", what was that rubbish he was spouting about the Queen's Speech all about? "I watch the Queens speech" (even though he doesn't like the monarchy) "I watch it in the morning" (no you don't, its not on then) "I watch the repeat" (what before its even been broadcast?) The real story is "old man doesn't know what time of day it is". Do we really want such a bumbling fool as leader?
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