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Absolutely nothing to do with the Labour Party, they should contain their efforts to winning General Elections, not demanding the replacement of the leader of the party that trounced them.

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The whole title of the thread was a  bit premature anyway. It sounded  like a witch hunt  because he could still be there in two years or seven if he stands and wins another term.

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When everyone eventually tire’s of this perhaps the reality will be that a) Labour need a monumental turnaround to win the next General Election and b) The Conservatives will be returned to power due to Labour’s weaknesses not their strengths.

 

It’s to be hoped that there isn’t a major international incident whilst this bun fight stumbles on.

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All in all, most opinion-expressers forget that only Conservative MPs choose whom they wish to lead their party.

The choice is usually between two candidates, winnowed-down by votes of all Party members- but these members cannot select the leader directly (and still less do non-members have any say). The PM is not a President.

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12 minutes ago, Chekhov said:

It is not out of the question BoJo might survive..... :

 

Covid could still save Boris
England can lead the world out of pandemic

https://unherd.com/2022/01/covid-could-still-save-boris/

I’d never heard of unherd. Seems it’s funded by Paul Marshall, a geezer who’s also bunged GB News £10m. 

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5 hours ago, crookesey said:

When everyone eventually tire’s of this perhaps the reality will be that a) Labour need a monumental turnaround to win the next General Election and b) The Conservatives will be returned to power due to Labour’s weaknesses not their strengths.

 

It’s to be hoped that there isn’t a major international incident whilst this bun fight stumbles on.

Both leader of Conservatives and leader of Labour are pants.

If they're the best we can do, heaven help us...

 

What a position for the country to be in. No wonder we're in such a  state....

Edited by Anna B

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2 minutes ago, Anna B said:

Both leader of Conservatives and leader of Labour are pants.

If they're the best we can do, heaven help us...

 

What a position for the country to be in. No wonder we're in such a  state....

I wonder , who would be the perfect man for the job 

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13 minutes ago, Anna B said:

Both leader of Conservatives and leader of Labour are pants.

If they're the best we can do, heaven help us...

 

What a position for the country to be in. No wonder we're in such a  state....

Better get used to it because its never going to be Jeremy H Christ

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39 minutes ago, Mister Gee said:

I’d never heard of unherd. Seems it’s funded by Paul Marshall, a geezer who’s also bunged GB News £10m. 

It was written by :

 

Freddie Sayers is the Executive Editor of UnHerd. He was previously Editor-in-Chief of YouGov, and founder of PoliticsHome.

 

But, in actual fact it does not matter who wrote it, does it make salient points, and the answer is yes.

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39 minutes ago, hackey lad said:

I wonder , who would be the perfect man for the job 

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2 hours ago, Anna B said:

Both leader of Conservatives and leader of Labour are pants.

If they're the best we can do, heaven help us...

 

What a position for the country to be in. No wonder we're in such a  state....

When are you going to be standing for election then Anna?   What's your proposed strategy to elevate yourself from successor local MP to leader of a party? Perhaps of course you may be proposing to go in as an independent? 

 

Anyone can shout on the sidelines complaining, and criticising and finger pointing..... the hard part is actually having the will, skill and guts to actually put one's neck out there and do something about it.

 

If it's all such a complete shambles, in your opinion, and we have got the worst of the worst, then who exactly should we be voting for?  Bear in mind the simple rule of elections 101, we don't vote for leader of a party we vote for a local MP.  That's it.

 

You continually seem to present that you know best what people want, you constantly dismiss those who don't follow your stance as totally wrong, you continually seem to be pushing a position which you are so adamant is always right.... so go test it.     Put yourself up against the court of public opinion and media spotlight.  Presumably you don't think you cant do any worse than the current lot. 

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