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Queens Fish Bar 11:40 Sat Jan 4
Next leader of The Labour Party
Who is your money on?

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Exiled In Surrey 8:17 Fri Jan 24
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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/general-election-results-pr-alternative-voting-system-tories-labour-hung-a9246661.html

What the 2019 would like under PR - except of course you wouldn't have tactical voting.

Westside 7:54 Fri Jan 24
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1Billy, Au contraire it tells us more how unrepresentative our Westminster FPP system is contrasting with the EU remain/leave referendum which delivered a truly democratic result for example.

And ironically, a referendum, overwhelmingly rejected a change, to the first past the post system. By a majority in excess of two thirds, wasn't it?

Queens Fish Bar 7:50 Fri Jan 24
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13BR

She won't make it through anyway.

Its Starmer V RLB

13 Brentford Rd 11:34 Fri Jan 24
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Fat arrogant & self righteous Emily was slaughtered on QT last night!

Exiled In Surrey 12:49 Fri Jan 24
Re: Next leader of The Labour Party
Lisa Nandy - I would.

Lee Trundle 9:18 Thu Jan 23
Re: Next leader of The Labour Party
"I don’t do bitter"

That's given me the best laugh on here today, comma. Cheers.

BRANDED 8:48 Thu Jan 23
Re: Next leader of The Labour Party
* Finland.
* Denmark.
* Norway.
* Iceland.
* The Netherlands.
* Switzerland.
* Sweden.
* New Zealand.

, 8:02 Thu Jan 23
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I don’t do bitter but the stand out vote that I regret was returning Blair to power thus enabling him to act as Dubya’s lickspittle for the illegal invasion of Iraq.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 7:57 Thu Jan 23
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comma

I can tell how bitter you are.

How many consecutive elections/referenda is that you've been on the wrong end of now?

Bless...

, 7:54 Thu Jan 23
Re: Next leader of The Labour Party
1Billy, Au contraire it tells us more how unrepresentative our Westminster FPP system is contrasting with the EU remain/leave referendum which delivered a truly democratic result for example.

I agree about your opposition in disarray comment.

only1billybonds 7:10 Thu Jan 23
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Comma.

It says a hell of a lot about the opposition when a 'known liar and coward' can storm to such a staggering victory leaving said opposition in complete disarray with no clue as to its next direction.

, 7:04 Thu Jan 23
Re: Next leader of The Labour Party
1Billy, the coward and known liar is obviously the least unacceptable of the two options that were available to the electorate for GE 2019, I’ll grant you that.

only1billybonds 7:00 Thu Jan 23
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Tell ya what comma,you carry on playing the numbers games you enjoy so much and i'll settle for the facts that one party got its biggest majority since 1987 whilst the direct opposition suffered its biggest defeat,some would say humiliation since 1935.

I think the facts stand as a solid testament to the fact that the current prime minister is reasonably popular.

, 6:49 Thu Jan 23
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1billy, looks like the “Nation” does not like a coward going by the general election. The Tories were elected by 44% of votes cast so 56% of voters did not like him and looking at it another way less than 30% on the electoral roll actually liked the known liar sufficient to vote for him.

BRANDED 6:39 Thu Jan 23
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Happiest nations on Earth.

only1billybonds 6:33 Thu Jan 23
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Branded.

So what? Regardless of what and where his policy's were/are based he is far left and his army of momentum followers/backers are equally so.

How we doing on those far right groups?

Or do you concede that there are none?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:15 Thu Jan 23
Re: Next leader of The Labour Party
Braindead

The Scandinavians are so happy with their social democratic policies that their suicide rates are about 50% higher than in the UK.

BRANDED 6:09 Thu Jan 23
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Corbyn’s proposals were pretty much Scandinavian social democratic policies. You know, the happiest nations in Earth?

only1billybonds 6:03 Thu Jan 23
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Yes Branded really. The far left has been led by a certain Mr Corbyn in recent times. If there is a (relevant) right movement, would you kindly post some details/information on said group(s).

Ta.

*A couple of lonely morons goosestepping around their flat dont count as relevant.

BRANDED 5:58 Thu Jan 23
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Really?

Hermit Road 5:56 Thu Jan 23
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There is a far left in this country. A sizeable one. There is no far right to speak of.

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