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    Quote Originally Posted by Patman Post View Post
    I never expected to see the name Diane Abbott and the word "lean" in the same thought...
    That's fatist.

    In any event labour has had it under Corbyn,who can succeed? Son of Blair or straw maybe Benn whatever the case it all started to fall apart under Blair senior who has been exposed for the slimeball he is and they forgot who they were supposed to be representing.

    Corbyn maybe a more transparent politician cannot appeal to those labour lost,I wouldn't totally write them off but it will be a long haul back.

    Sadly doesn't leave much of an opposition which is what's needed in a democracy.
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    Fat bitchist, I'm thinking.


    I don't see Labour reconnecting with it's grass roots as a bad thing for the party.
    After years of power, it needed to.
    Tory's had years in the wilderness too. It's part of the process.

    If opposition is not found in a unified opposition party, it will still be found amongst the other MP's.
    Or in coalitions. Just as it is in other countries.

    If the Tory's have a massive majority they will still face opposition from their back benches. Opposition will always exist because it is human nature to rebel.

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    I remember Dianne Abbot in Dover, she is definitely a fat bitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWNUK View Post
    I remember Dianne Abbot in Dover, she is definitely a fat bitch.
    What's so specific about Dover? Was she inaugurating a roll-on roll-off ferry...?
    The poster reserves the right to amend or completely change any opinions he has posted at any time meanwhile, still waiting for the whip hand that Enoch forecast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patman Post View Post
    What's so specific about Dover? Was she inaugurating a roll-on roll-off ferry...?
    No she was taking part in a counter demo by dope not soap. She made a stupid speech, too bad she didn't drop dead.

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    Clive Lewis would be my bet. He at least seems media savy and would probably carry the Momentum vote should Corbyn stand down.
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    LOL I thought you meant which followers will he have,he has gone all anti-establishment on us,I was smiling earlier when he was telling us,except he then went on to tell us how we should think.LOL
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    "Who will follow Jeremy Corbyn"

    If I had time, I would follow him almost anywhere, just out of sheer curiosity, the same curiosity that compels people to slow to 10mph when passing gore-strewn carnage at the roadside in hope of seeing someone's last gasp on this mortal plane...
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    Lord Clyde: "Ayrshire Pullman Motor Services V Inland Revenue, 1929"

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    In my opinion the best candidate would have been Alan Johnson, but he has already declared he is not standing.

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    I would have said Ed Balls following his popularity boom on Strictly but he is no longer an MP
    His wife Yvette maybe or David Miliband to ride in on a white charger and rescue the party

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