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How on earth has Corbyn (and his minders)managed things so badly that Labour are at an all time low in the opinion polls - in 4th place!

 

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/corbyn-labour-leader-poll-slump-low-a8988866.html

 

The dreams of the Patron Saint of the Islington Allotments Society of being the PM to usher in the socialist utopia are, as many of us have been saying, just dreams.

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And things just get worse.

 

A threatening legal letter over antisemitism just makes me wonder what the Labour Party has got to hide

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/labour-party-antisemitism-carter-ruck-lawyers-brexit-jeremy-corbyn-a8994696.html

 

Copy of letter here:

 

 

 

A shame they forgot this in 2017:

 

Whistleblowers keep us safe. We can’t allow them to be silenced - Shami Chakrabarti

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/feb/13/whistleblowers-official-secrets-act-law-commission

 

 

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Time for Corbyn and his minders to go - although it's probably already too late.

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29 minutes ago, alchresearch said:

And things just get worse.

Not really.

 

An anti-Labour journalist writes an article saying that the Labour Party uses a high profile legal firm.

 

Nothing to see here.

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Wikileaks is full of the release of confidential information from whistleblowers. Shame that the Labour Party feel the need to remind ex staff of the obligations of their Non Disclosure Agreements in advance of the Panorama anti-semitism documentary.

 

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" The dreams of the Patron Saint of the Islington Allotments Society of being the PM to usher in the socialist utopia are, as many of us have been saying, just dreams. " 

 

Goodness me, how I wish I had the nous to have written the above.   Just stunningly brilliant.

 

Angel1.

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33 minutes ago, ANGELFIRE1 said:

Goodness me, how I wish I had the nous to have written the above.   Just stunningly brilliant.

You set your standards very low!

 

Corbyn came within an ace of beating Theresa May in 2017 and if he wasn’t such an unapologetic Brexit supporter he would be odds on favourite to win the next one by some margin.

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16 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Not really.

 

An anti-Labour journalist writes an article saying that the Labour Party uses a high profile legal firm.

 

Nothing to see here.

"Nothing to see".  Its just yet another problem tearing Labour apart, along with the news that Trade unions unanimously demand Labour support second a Brexit vote.

 

Talk about having your head in the sand - you and Corbyn.  And that's why the party is only on 18%.

 

And Corbyn's solution to any unhappy Labour MPs or ones who don't sing his praises is to just replace them with his favourites instead.

 

Stephen Twigg , Stephen Pound, Kate Hoey, Jim Fitzpatrick, Sir Kevin Barron and Ronnie Campbell all to leave.

 

 

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14 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

 

Corbyn came within an ace of beating Theresa May in 2017 and if he wasn’t such an unapologetic Brexit supporter he would be odds on favourite to win the next one by some margin.

50 seats behind the Tories and 60 seats short of a majority is hardly "within an ace" - and the chances of him repeating that are pretty much zero.

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This is a good article..

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/jul/09/tom-watson-weaken-labour-party-centrists-jeremy-corbyn?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other&fbclid=IwAR1rN3OBHo93aFTzHpAOmudniT4vm5Qr-U9KDj08jBvCddantDIQADjKsBU

If Tom Watson had guts, he would quit Labour. Instead he is weakening the party

Dawn Foster

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Why should he quit the party? Is he weakening it or is perhaps Momentum and Corbyn doing that. They've managed to blow the approval ratings back to before the 1982 suicide note manifesto - Watson never did anything like that...

 

All that froth from a party that once ruled for many years - wow....

 

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And Corbyn just made an announcment and he's STILL got a fencepost rammed firmly up his backside!

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