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Jeremy Corbyn suspended by Labour Party


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4 hours ago, compo said:

Mr Corbyn is yesterday's man but if Stuttering Starmer doesn't rid his party of these momentum creatures then he will soon be out of a job as well his party is rotten to the core .

Come the next election if Labour get themselves sorted they would have a chance of forming the next government because people up and down the country will be sick to the back teeth of job insecurity and probably higher taxes brought about by repaying for this virus shambles then you can throw into the mix that old opportunist Farage who no doubt will be back with his reform party 

But what if that Labour party stands on similar policies to the current tory party?

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9 minutes ago, alexscottislegend said:

But what if that Labour party stands on similar policies to the current tory party?

Then it may just get elected eh?

 

There simply isn't any demand from the British electorate for the left wing idiotic fantasy nonsense that you and your fellow travellers espouse is there?

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38 minutes ago, alexscottislegend said:

But what if that Labour party stands on similar policies to the current tory party?

It did that in 1997. Labour are too far behind to win the next election, they have to focus on 2028/2029 and as they have alienated a big chunk of their working class support its debatable whether they would get in then.

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22 hours ago, ChelseaBoy said:

It did that in 1997. Labour are too far behind to win the next election, they have to focus on 2028/2029 and as they have alienated a big chunk of their working class support its debatable whether they would get in then.

Sadly I agree. But I also think that the nature of that working class has changed: it has become atomised, with many on precarious part-time jobs, unorganised and, dare I say it, uneducated. The share-owning, home-owning democracy we were promised in the eighties has not materialised to their benefit. That in turn may produce a sharp turn in consciousness. But I'm no prophet.

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23 hours ago, forlanssister said:

Then it may just get elected eh?

 

There simply isn't any demand from the British electorate for the left wing idiotic fantasy nonsense that you and your fellow travellers espouse is there?

Over ten million votes for that 'fantasy' nonsense at the last election suggests that there isn't any great enthusiasm for the alternative either.

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31 minutes ago, forlanssister said:

 

It's clear to me that the first requirement for progress in the Labour Party is to be thick as shit. On that basis, Angela Rayner has star quality and stands comparison with other intellectual giants of socialism like Richard Burgon, David Lammy and Diane Abbott

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I found ths comment from Rayner interesting:

 

"If I have to suspend thousands and thousands of members, we will do that. Because we cannot and we will not accept an injury to one, because an injury to one is an injury to all. That’s what we say in our movement.".

 

Is a suspension not similar to an injury?  And is the suspension of thousands not a bit worse than an injury to one?

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