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Jared Omara MP ..

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Jared is local to us, and could well be a member of the forum, we dont allow name calling and insults on other threads and they arent acceptable on this one either.

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There's been a lengthy piece on the Victoria Derbyshire programme this morning, will be coming to an iPlayer near you soon!

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And it gets worse...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-49325898

 

Seems that even if he were suspended from (and by) parliament, he'd likely be gone anyway before the 21 sitting days are up

Although I suspect he's waiting for the general election to cash in his chips rather than leave with nothing

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I bet Nick Clegg is laughing his socks off.

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1 minute ago, prince al said:

I bet Nick Clegg is laughing his socks off.

I bet Jared Omara is laughing his socks off.      Being paid a lot of money for doing  NOTHING.

Come to think of it, that's been the case since he started in the job.     🤬

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1 minute ago, prince al said:

I bet Nick Clegg is laughing his socks off.

Losing his seat was possibly the best thing that could have happened to Clegg, he was looking tired and washed out as a politician.

seven figure salary from FB and his recent expenses claimed parachute payment as an ex deputy PM £113k from the uk should put the pep back into him?

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1 hour ago, prince al said:

I bet Nick Clegg is laughing his socks off.

I'm not laughing my socks off. I met Nick and had quite a lot of reservations about him on several issues.

 

However, if he'd got another 2,500 votes out of the 57,000 cast Hallam would at least have had an active MP.

 

What's more the leave side might have been more effectively challenged by Nick than Vince Cable. Although that's a totally untested thought, and we'd probably be in the same mess!

 

The swing away from Conservative to LibDem, and then to Labour, must make Hallam one of  the most volatile seats in the country;  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheffield_Hallam_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#/media/File:HallamGraph.svg

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2 hours ago, prince al said:

I bet Nick Clegg is laughing his socks off.

Seems to be a glutton for punishment.From having his head repeatedly shoved down the toilet by Cameron to being the spokesman of one of the most divisive companies out there

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I wonder how much damage this on-going saga is doing to the credibility of the Labour Party in general...

 

I appreciate that our MP is now an Independent, but he was put there with the help of Momentum and this total fiasco confirms my suspicions about the competency level of the activists who put him forward as a candidate, and helped bring out the voters to elect him...

Basically nothing more than student politicians.

 

The WInter of Discontent tainted Labour for years and I think the Momentum involvement in this fiasco will taint Mr Corbyn's Labour Party in the same way.

 

The British Public want at the very least, competent politicians...even if they can't stand them.

 

I think Labour will suffer at the polls for it's close links to Momentum.

 

I can't be the only one who thinks this way...

 

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Were they also responsible for Fiona Onasanya?

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1 hour ago, crazyhorse said:

I wonder how much damage this on-going saga is doing to the credibility of the Labour Party in general...

 

I appreciate that our MP is now an Independent, but he was put there with the help of Momentum and this total fiasco confirms my suspicions about the competency level of the activists who put him forward as a candidate, and helped bring out the voters to elect him...

Basically nothing more than student politicians.

 

The WInter of Discontent tainted Labour for years and I think the Momentum involvement in this fiasco will taint Mr Corbyn's Labour Party in the same way.

 

The British Public want at the very least, competent politicians...even if they can't stand them.

 

I think Labour will suffer at the polls for it's close links to Momentum.

 

I can't be the only one who thinks this way...

 

Bolded bit - you certainly aren't.

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18 hours ago, crazyhorse said:

I wonder how much damage this on-going saga is doing to the credibility of the Labour Party in general...

 

I appreciate that our MP is now an Independent, but he was put there with the help of Momentum and this total fiasco confirms my suspicions about the competency level of the activists who put him forward as a candidate, and helped bring out the voters to elect him...

Basically nothing more than student politicians.

 

The WInter of Discontent tainted Labour for years and I think the Momentum involvement in this fiasco will taint Mr Corbyn's Labour Party in the same way.

 

The British Public want at the very least, competent politicians...even if they can't stand them.

 

I think Labour will suffer at the polls for it's close links to Momentum.

 

I can't be the only one who thinks this way...

 

what credibility?

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