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1 minute ago, bucketfoot said:

Corbyn ducking the General Election he's been crying out for. After his flip-flopping on Brexit, he now has zero credibility. Absolute coward.

''Now'' you say?

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We have a European bureaucracy totally unaccountable to anybody, powers have gone from national parliaments - they haven't gone to the European Parliament, they've gone to the Commission and to some extent the Council of Ministers. These are quite serious matters.

- Jeremy ''Remainer'' Corbyn.

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Churchill's grandson branded traitor with whip removed by man who spends his time mis quoting churchill.

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10 minutes ago, DieselDaisy said:

The Brexit Party will never win a general election haha. 

If that is the case, Hard Brexit will never happened. I don't think a general election will fix the division among Tories.

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1 minute ago, AtariLegend said:

Churchill's grandson branded traitor with whip removed by man who spends his time mis quoting churchill.

I should point out that Churchill himself did a similar thing, famously crossing the floor and joining the Liberals in 1904, before returning to the Conservatives in 1924 where he remained a marginalised/mistrusted figure during the 1930s.

3 minutes ago, Padme said:

If that is the case, Hard Brexit will never happened. I don't think a general election will fix the division among Tories.

21.

 

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6 minutes ago, DieselDaisy said:

''Now'' you say?

- Jeremy ''Remainer'' Corbyn.

To think a lot of people thought he was a man of integrity, whether you agreed with his politics or not. He's a complete and utter joke.

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2 minutes ago, bucketfoot said:

To think a lot of people thought he was a man of integrity, whether you agreed with his politics or not. He's a complete and utter joke.

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10 minutes ago, MillionsOfSpiders said:

The resemblance is uncanny, Corbyn’s even got the rank yellow teeth :lol:

Yeah, but so does everyone in England.

 

 

*leaves thread*

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“Mr Speaker, tonight’s vote made even the Leader of the House sit up,”

Anna Soubry.

:lol:

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10 hours ago, DieselDaisy said:

21.

You're assuming the 21 will be replaced by Hard Brexit Tories. We don't know what the outcome of the election is going to be.

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If I was the conservatives I would form an electoral alliance with The Brexit Party, desisting from running in northern and midland Labour heartlands for a vice versa arrangement, Brexit Party refraining from contesting strong conservative constituencies so as not to split the ''leave'' vote.

Unleash the dogs of war (i.e., The Brexit Party) on the midlands and the north!! Here you have constituencies that overwhelmingly voted leave (North East and East Midlands both 58%, West Midlands 59%, Yorkshire 57%) yet are represented by MPs who have done everything to stifle Brexit. The Labour Party is seen as no longer representative of the working classes but a metrocentric elitist middle class project. But these are still constituencies with a natural aversion to the Tories. The Brexit Party can cause havoc with the Labour vote.

9 minutes ago, Padme said:

You're assuming the 21 will be replaced by Hard Brexit Tories. We don't know what the outcome of the election is going to be.

I think that will be an extremely good bet somehow given Boris's inclination - certainly they'll be conservatives willing to countenance a ''no deal''.

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10 hours ago, DieselDaisy said:

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There's an episode where Harold wants to be local Labour candidate, with dreams of being the next Harold Wilson, but it ends up they won't have him cuz he's a rag and bone mans son.  The party of the working man won't have a working man.  Its really good, you should watch it if you've got a minute.  You get it too, in terms of what they're talking about because you know your history and that.

 

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11 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

There's an episode where Harold wants to be local Labour candidate, with dreams of being the next Harold Wilson, but it ends up they won't have him cuz he's a rag and bone mans son.  The party of the working man won't have a working man. 

 

That will be right. One of the biggest cons in British political history is that of the Labour Party being ''the party of the working classes'' - especially in recent times. Blair was at Fettes then Oxford. Corbyn went to a prep school before attending a grammar. 

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14 minutes ago, DieselDaisy said:

That will be right. One of the biggest cons in British political history is that of the Labour Party being ''the party of the working classes'' - especially in recent times. Blair was at Fettes then Oxford. Corbyn went to a prep school before attending a grammar. 

I believe the episode goes 'we are looking to get away from the cloth cap image'.

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10 hours ago, EvanG said:

Yeah, but so does everyone in England.

 

 

*leaves thread*

Then you haven't been introduced to the new Simon Cowell,

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1 hour ago, DieselDaisy said:

Then you haven't been introduced to the new Simon Cowell,

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He's been Americanized, the opposite of being Britanized, like in Family Guy.

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It isn't over 'till the fat lady sings. Brexit Lords will frustrate bill through ''wrecking'' amendments: https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/constitution/house-lords-reform/news/106286/tory-peers-launch-bid-block-no-deal-bill and https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/sep/04/tory-peers-accused-wrecking-tactics-bill-delay-brexit

Lords would've to sit for 24 hours every single day until Saturday before bill can be passed back to the Commons haha.
 

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He's been Americanized, the opposite of being Britanized, like in Family Guy.

He looks a bigger cunt than how he started, if thats humanly possible.

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1 hour ago, Len Cnut said:

He looks a bigger cunt than how he started, if thats humanly possible.

He looks like a victim from an accident who'd got 30 degree burns.

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44 minutes ago, spunko12345 said:

He looks like a victim from an accident who'd got 30 degree burns.

He looks like Gary Oldman in Hannibal:

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Woo hoo!!!! Suck it Boris! :lol: 

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38 minutes ago, Dazey said:

Woo hoo!!!! Suck it Boris! :lol: 

You may be too premature in your celebration (I assume you're happy about Benn's bill being passed in its second reading in Commons, or maybe about the defections reducing Boris's majority, or both perhaps?). There are now 102 amendments in Lords introduced by Brexiteering peers - each must be voted on twice so over 100 hours of continuous proceedings.

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35 minutes ago, DieselDaisy said:

You may be too premature in your celebration (I assume you're happy about Benn's bill being passed in its second reading in Commons, or maybe about the defections reducing Boris's majority, or both perhaps?). There are now 102 amendments in Lords introduced by Brexiteering peers - each must be voted on twice so over 100 hours of continuous proceedings.

 How long has he been PM? He created this mess. He might still have some of what he wants. But it's a nightmare for him

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