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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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joyo 4:05 Sun Apr 5
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In 2009 Jimmy Saville was interviewed about child sex offences, and plod wanted him charged over 3 underage girls. The CPS decided not to prosecute, a decision which must have come from the very top!
Guess who was in charge of the CPS back then! Yes you guessed it the new leader of her majesty's opposition.

Sydney_Iron 12:26 Sun Apr 5
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Well Sir Keir was maybe the best of a bad lot, good luck to him, he will need it.

And thank fuck that Long Baily woman didnt get it, that really would have been curtains for the Labour Party.

eusebiovic 6:24 Sat Apr 4
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So, another bland, chinless, dehydrated short back and sides from the privileged wing of the Labour Party.

Why don't they just call themselves Whigs and be done with the whole fucking sorry show once and for all.

Cuntes

Golden Oldie 6:20 Sat Apr 4
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Ahhh Nurse, the innocence of youth.

How are you enjoying your first 30 days free trial to globalist Zionism so far?

Bungo 6:16 Sat Apr 4
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Dennis would agree he is a serf.

Dennis: Oh, king eh? Very nice. And how'd you get that, eh? By exploiting the workers. By hanging on to outdated imperialist dogma which perpetuates the economic and social differences in our society. If there's ever gonna be any progress...

Peasant Woman: Dennis! There's some lovely filth down here... Oh! How do you do?

[Dennis joins the Peasant Woman in the nearby filth patch]

King Arthur: How do you do, good lady? I am Arthur, king of the Britons. Whose castle is that?

Peasant Woman: King of the who?

King Arthur: The Britons.

Peasant Woman: Who're the "Britons"?

King Arthur: Well, we all are. We're all Britons, and I am your king.

Peasant Woman: Didn't know we had a king. I thought we were an autonomous collective.

Dennis: You're fooling yourself. We're living in a dictatorship! A self-perpetuating autocracy, in which the working classes...

Peasant Woman: Oh, there you go, bringing class into it again.

Dennis: Well, that's what it's all about! If only people would--

King Arthur: Please, please, good people, I am in haste. Who lives in that castle?

Peasant Woman: No one lives there.

King Arthur: Then who is your lord?

Peasant Woman: We don't have a lord.

King Arthur: What?

Dennis: I told you, we're an anarcho-syndicalist commune. We take it in turns to act as sort of executive officer for the week...

King Arthur: Yes...

Dennis: ...but all the decisions of that officer have to be ratified at a special bi-weekly meeting...

King Arthur: Yes I see...

Dennis: ...by a simple majority in the case of purely internal affairs...

King Arthur: Be quiet! I order you to be quiet!

Peasant Woman: "Order", eh? Who does he think he is?

King Arthur: I am your king.

Peasant Woman: Well, I didn't vote for you.

ChillTheKeel 6:00 Sat Apr 4
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It's called serfdom. And no, they're not 'evil' they're just divvy slavish cunts.

mallard 5:59 Sat Apr 4
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You're probably right there Sven

Sven Roeder 5:55 Sat Apr 4
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In general there is a split at either end of the economic spectrum towards each side of politics ..... but

Plenty of low income people like being told what to do by born to rule posh types and adore a 90yo living in a palace at the end of the Mall.
And plenty of comfortably off and rich people believe government can be socially liberal while looking after ALL the people.

Does this Sir Shift Back Towards The Middle Bloke represent any inspiring choice for the British public in a party that’s still including champagne socialists along with lefty fruitcakes and half wits (hi Dianne)?
Very little that connects with the average person in all the Northern constituencies that ran screaming from Comrade Jeremy.

Johnson 5:46 Sat Apr 4
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Comma just lives in hope that one day what he wants will happen.

Kaiser Zoso 5:45 Sat Apr 4
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And what news about the people’s vote, coma

You know, put it to the people, what are you scared of, more democracy etc?

You clown

, 5:42 Sat Apr 4
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I live in hope that one day we’ll have a government in power that the majority of those that voted did not oppose.

Bungo 5:41 Sat Apr 4
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Jez will have some more time for his allotment now. Maybe you could get some off him?

Nurse Ratched 5:40 Sat Apr 4
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And now I must bugger off for a while and try to put together a bolly sauce without celery (all sold out). First world problems, eh?

Kaiser Zoso 5:40 Sat Apr 4
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Didn’t the Lib Dem’s get into trub because they faked local papers?

And no one voted for them anyway?

This conspiracy shit you’re inventing needs more work

Bungo 5:37 Sat Apr 4
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If only these people could see the truth in the way that the truly politically enlightened can.

Nurse Ratched 5:36 Sat Apr 4
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Other people have a different outlook and priorities in life. That's why they vote differently. It doesn't mean they are evil or being unknowingly manipulated by a shadowy cabal of lizards/Jews/rich bastards. They just see things differently to you. By all means disagree with them. Sometimes they'll get their way, and other times you'll get your way.

ChillTheKeel 5:33 Sat Apr 4
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Fuck me, there are still divs out there who believe Eastenders and Corrie is real

ChillTheKeel 5:32 Sat Apr 4
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Nurse you give the electorate way too much credit. Many weak minded and thick saps are manipulated by the press. Fuck me, untold Labour voting divs still believe The Sun is a Labour supporting rag. Plus I know plenty of low income people who vote Tory.

Bungo 5:31 Sat Apr 4
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Well I certainly vote the way the papers tell me too.

I might even read one one day.

Kaiser Zoso 5:25 Sat Apr 4
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No Nurse

It was the press

Which only affected northern previously Labour constituencies

Brilliant how they dun it

Nurse Ratched 5:18 Sat Apr 4
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Jesus.

People vote according to self-interest, which is the most logical and pragmatic way of going about things, and I applaud it.

If you have a few quid, or the potential to earn well, you are self-sufficient, and you don't want to pay silly levels of tax, you'll vote tory.

If you're on a low income, a doley, have a dependent attitute to the state, you'll vote Labour.

By and large that's how it works.

Even for people like me, who have strong opinions about big Govt versus small Govt, and libertarian bent, it probably still comes down to money - the perception (probably correct) being that left wing govts/organisations tend to multiply layers of bureaucracy and that means higher taxes/rates.

Although it would be nice to have the choice of a proper fiscally conservative, libertarian party. The current Govt certainly isn't.

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