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3 hours ago, alchresearch said:

 

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lol very good, and very true, BUT the only reason he along with the others has opposed the election at the dictators choosing is because he may win a slight majority and slivver out of the pickle hes in, you dont let your opponants escape a neck hold when you have them captured...surely?

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4 hours ago, alchresearch said:

 

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It needs a little holder to help secure it to the fence he's been sat on for so long.

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Former Labour MP Ian Austin really laid into Jeremy yesterday.

 

https://www.expressandstar.com/news/politics/2019/09/10/austin-slams-corbyn-for-defending-terrorists-in-fiery-commons-speech/

 

 

20 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Do you also have a Year Planner for the Lib Dems, the Greens, the SNP, Plaid Cymru and everyone else who voted against a General Election? 🙄

Not sure what that's got to do with Labour on a Labour thread, unless "whataboutism" is your only argument.

 

Let this sink in:


The 50 times Jeremy Corbyn has called for an election this year

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/09/the-50-times-jeremy-corbyn-has-called-for-a-general-election-this-year/

 

He's backed down because he knows he'd lose.  Brexit and the Tories will combine their efforts for Leave.  The Lib Dems have the Remain voters in the bag (along with many ex-Labour voters)

 

And then we have Labour - sat on the fence as always, not to mention the lame duck leader who drives so many voters away from the party.

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Oh dear, there doesn't seem to be any brotherly love for any party leader!

 

Corbyn's brother publicly humiliates Labour leader in furious rant at Brexit-blocking MPs

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1175658/brexit-news-latest-jeremy-corbyn-no-deal-boris-johnson-piers-corbyn-eu-referendum

 

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Piers Corbyn said Labour had not “respected the result of the referendum” and gave his support to Tory leader Boris Johnson

 

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55 minutes ago, alchresearch said:

Not sure what that's got to do with Labour on a Labour thread, unless "whataboutism" is your only argument.

Your post implied that it was only Labour that didn’t want Johnson to set a date for the election when in fact it’s every party in Parliament, apart from the Tories and the DUP.

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2 hours ago, alchresearch said:

Oh dear, there doesn't seem to be any brotherly love for any party leader!

 

Corbyn's brother publicly humiliates Labour leader in furious rant at Brexit-blocking MPs

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1175658/brexit-news-latest-jeremy-corbyn-no-deal-boris-johnson-piers-corbyn-eu-referendum

That's a pretty desperate attempt to minimise the impact of Jo Johnson's recent actions by saying 'look Jeremy's brother disagrees with him too'. If Piers Corbyn was in his brother's shadow cabinet, or even just a Labour MP, it might have some weight. The reality is Piers Corbyn runs a company that provides the Express with it weather armageddon forecasts - he has no credibility on brexit.

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2 hours ago, banjodeano said:

He is already hated by the membership anyway

Why? (genuine question, not a smark comment)

He's the deputy leader of their party

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1 minute ago, sheffbag said:

Why? (genuine question, not a smark comment)

He's the deputy leader of their party

He tries his best to undermine the leader of the party at every opportunity...he is the deputy leader but only got there on false presences, he would never get elected again by the membership..serious answer

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2 hours ago, sheffbag said:

Why? (genuine question, not a smark comment)

He's the deputy leader of their party

He's seen as the enemy, not a socialist, more of a 'blairite'

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6 hours ago, banjodeano said:

He tries his best to undermine the leader of the party at every opportunity...he is the deputy leader but only got there on false presences, he would never get elected again by the membership..serious answer

Serious question, would you prefer jezza in eternal opposition or kier starmer as prime minister?

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