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I should certainly not like to see Compo stand down now. Not until after the election, anyway. He's doing us all a big favour as he is.

Replacement? Isn't the Abbopotamus Home Secretary? In that case, I would have thought she'd be the most likely person to replace him...
I hope!
Spot on, JBR!

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I reckon it will be Rebecca (thin lipped bitterness) Long-Bailey who replaces Corbyn.

She's awful and a nasty, nasty nasty piece of work.
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28-11-2019, 11:55 AM
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At least if Corbyn stands down we may get an idea of what the Labour Party stands for these days particularly on Brexit. I should think he must be being torn apart. It's common knowledge that he has never liked the idea of being in Europe and yet he is being compelled to sell the idea by MacDonald and co-. Hence his apparent straddling of the fence, much like Theresa May in the last Conservative government.

I think Corbyn is being presented as the acceptable face of the extreme left and the reason he goes along with it is because he rather fancies the PM's job.
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Re: Is Corbyn about to stand down ---

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I reckon it will be Rebecca (thin lipped bitterness) Long-Bailey who replaces Corbyn.

She's awful and a nasty, nasty nasty piece of work.
Spot on. My sentiments entirely. I likened her to Cruella de Vil in a hundred and one Dalmatians.
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Corbyn should have been ousted from post before the LAST election.

Had the Labour party done that then they might well have won instead of losing in spectacular style.

Regardless, after they DID lose that election Corbyn should then have been ousted from post for causing them to lose that election. Yet the stupid Labour party kept him on and dithered and delayed right up to this forthcoming election. They are patently idiots.

Now they are going to have to suffer yet another defeat with this old Marxist at the helm.

What then? Will they see sense and finally oust him?

Who cares

The man is simply unelectable and Labour remain unfit to govern Britain

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28-11-2019, 12:27 PM
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Re: Is Corbyn about to stand down ---

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Corbyn should have been ousted from post before the LAST election.

Had the Labour party done that then they might well have won instead of losing in spectacular style.

Regardless, after they DID lose that election Corbyn should then have been ousted from post for causing them to lose that election. Yet the stupid Labour party kept him on and dithered and delayed right up to this forthcoming election. They are patently idiots.

Now they are going to have to suffer yet another defeat with this old Marxist at the helm.

What then? Will they see sense and finally oust him?

Who cares

The man is simply unelectable and Labour remain unfit to govern Britain



Brilliant !

in the EU referendum, the UK rejected socialism. Here we are again in 2019, rejecting socialism.
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28-11-2019, 12:28 PM
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Spot on. My sentiments entirely. I likened her to Cruella de Vil in a hundred and one Dalmatians.
Yep, she is awful RM ... pure nastiness.
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28-11-2019, 12:31 PM
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Re: Is Corbyn about to stand down ---

Originally Posted by Realist ->
Corbyn should have been ousted from post before the LAST election.

Had the Labour party done that then they might well have won instead of losing in spectacular style.

Regardless, after they DID lose that election Corbyn should then have been ousted from post for causing them to lose that election. Yet the stupid Labour party kept him on and dithered and delayed right up to this forthcoming election. They are patently idiots.

Now they are going to have to suffer yet another defeat with this old Marxist at the helm.

What then? Will they see sense and finally oust him?

Who cares

The man is simply unelectable and Labour remain unfit to govern Britain

It's not just Compo, of course.

Abbott, McDonald, Lady Nugee, and a number of others are all unappealing to most voters.
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28-11-2019, 01:24 PM
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How in earth can Corbyn claim to be the protector of the NHS and workers rights when he lies to the people who work there ... ?
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Hi

I loathe Corbyn.

Boris is also a prat, chickened out of Andrew Neil.

What a choice we have.

Boris, Corbyn or Swinson.

We deserve much better.
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