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The Labour Party - Part 2

Vaati

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19 hours ago, Baron99 said:

Presumably, both devolved Scotland & Wales, in charge of their countries own health matters, will have their respective leaders face questions from their own electorate or will the SNP's Sturgeon & Welsh Labour's Drake Ford, try & dodge those bullets by using Johnson as a political human shield? 

 

I'm guessing the latter? 

They all try to dodge bullets. Test and Trace was national, but as you say, they each have their own NHS.

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23 hours ago, hackey lad said:

Do you think Sir  Starmer will be worried about Hartlepool  or will he put it down to the brexit bounce ?

What industries in hartlepool have benefited from brexit?

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1 hour ago, tinfoilhat said:

What industries in hartlepool have benefited from brexit?

I dont know but the Brexit Bounce is a term used by Labour to explain their failings .  

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2 hours ago, tinfoilhat said:

What industries in hartlepool have benefited from brexit?

Monkey hanging?

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8 hours ago, hackey lad said:

I dont know but the Brexit Bounce is a term used by Labour to explain their failings .  

More like the vaccine bounce?

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A recent poll suggests that about half of Labour voters still wish the UK to rejoin the EU.

That just sums it up. The Referendum result was not to their liking, so they wish to repeat it until they obtain a more favourable outcome. As to policies, who knows? Hence it seems implausible that any Labour Party gains can be expected.

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3 minutes ago, Jeffrey Shaw said:

A recent poll suggests that about half of Labour voters still wish the UK to rejoin the EU.

That just sums it up. The Referendum result was not to their liking, so they wish to repeat it until they obtain a more favourable outcome. As to policies, who knows? Hence it seems implausible that any Labour Party gains can be expected.

Meh, I'll be voting Labour in the local Elections on Thursday, always have done :D 

 

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42 minutes ago, Jeffrey Shaw said:

A recent poll suggests that about half of Labour voters still wish the UK to rejoin the EU.

That just sums it up. The Referendum result was not to their liking, so they wish to repeat it until they obtain a more favourable outcome.

Don't be so anti-democratic. Democracy in this country didn't end on 23th June 2016 any more than it ended on 5th June 1975. It's almost like you're worried Brexit isn't going to be a success and people might change their minds.

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44 minutes ago, Mr Allen said:

Meh, I'll be voting Labour in the local Elections on Thursday, always have done :D 

 

Why?

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21 minutes ago, RollingJ said:

Why?

Mainly because I support the local Labour MP for Sheffield Central, Mr Paul Blomfield, I've sent him several emails since I moved down to S3, and he always responds :D 

 

 

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