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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 8:06 am

The Labour party are has been dying a lingering death for many years & may just have drawn their final breath.
They couldn’t care lees about the working class or their concerns, preferring instead to go after minority votes.
The problem isn’t just Starmer. Each & every Labour MP rolled out on Tv is either a leftie extremist or a village idiot, Lammy, Ashworth, Abbott, Rayner, Nandy. etc, etc.
The tories too are by no means perfect & in years gone by the issue laden Boris wouldn’t get anywhere near [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].
British politics are in the gutter & it’s extremely worrying that we’re effectively a one party state & voting for the least worst option.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 8:16 am

Zackly Mellors. It's a fookin joke, I didn't even bother voting yesterday the citizens of West Devon are more than able to vote in another Tory councillor without my help.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 8:32 am

harvetheslayer wrote:
The Country cant take another decade of this vile Tory Government.


In true pantomime phraseology: "Oh yest it can!!!"


Harve, do you recall me asking you what 'Milf' stood for and how Labour's Hartlepool candidate Dr Paul Williams used it ?


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My apologies for finding it neccessary to illustrate the vulgar type of individual that Labour chiefs thought fit to represent their party.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 8:49 am

i truly hope the people of Ham woke up yesterday and voted that snidey charlatan tudor evans out. If they didnt then the plymouth labour party woke up today wanting to move on under new blood and remove him as leader whether they buck the trend and do well here and control the council still.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 9:14 am

Lord Melbury wrote:
The Labour party are has been dying a lingering death for many years & may just have drawn their final breath.
They couldn’t care lees about the working class or their concerns, preferring instead to go after minority votes.
The problem isn’t just Starmer. Each & every Labour MP rolled out on Tv is either a leftie extremist or a village idiot, Lammy, Ashworth, Abbott, Rayner, Nandy. etc, etc.
The tories too are by no means perfect & in years gone by the issue laden Boris wouldn’t get anywhere near [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].
British politics are in the gutter & it’s extremely worrying that we’re effectively a one party state & voting for the least worst option.


What eee said, init.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 9:17 am

A very, very painful day for the BBC in that they have to report Tory victories in Hartlepool and elsewhere.

Elsewhere, I wonder if Raynor is pacing up and down her living room shouting 'scum' 'scum' 'scum'. Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 9:47 am

Czarcasm wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
I utterly despair. Hartlepool
Feel like crying at the injustice being served on the poor weak sick and vulnerable but very few on ATD care whatsoever about others.

No further input here so dont bother with any pathetic baiting

lol!

Further words superfluous.


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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 9:52 am

When asked about 'woodchip/emulsion gate' the people of Hartlepool replied "bovvered like"
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Brilliant lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 2:20 pm

Problem is Labour offer no credible alternative. They offered no alternative whatsoever with Corbyn as he and the momentum fruitcakes were clearly completely unelectable and Starmer has provided no opposition at all to the Tories through the pandemic crisis as deaths soared and the economy trashed. This is a very bad situation for the country as proper robust and credible opposition is essential to good government and democracy. Despite the vaccine rollout Bozo is a terrible PM and the Tories are are terrible government and for the opposition to be so soundly thrashed by them at this stage in the governments term shows how bad Labour really are. Labour really need to decide what they stand for or they will soon completely disappear as a political force. Openly lurching to the far left again, however, would be the final nail. They really do need to somehow start appealing to those who consider themselves aspirational 'working class'. Not easy when someone else is already doing it.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 3:29 pm

Freathy wrote:
Problem is Labour offer no credible alternative.  They offered no alternative whatsoever with Corbyn as he and the momentum fruitcakes were clearly completely unelectable and Starmer has provided no opposition at all to the Tories through the pandemic crisis as deaths soared and the economy trashed.  This is a very bad situation for the country as proper robust and credible opposition is essential to good government and democracy.  Despite the vaccine rollout Bozo is a terrible PM and the Tories are are terrible government and for the opposition to be so soundly thrashed by them at this stage in the governments term shows how bad Labour really are.  Labour really need to decide what they stand for or they will soon completely disappear as a political force.  Openly lurching to the far left again, however, would be the final nail.  They really do need to somehow start appealing to those who consider themselves aspirational 'working class'.  Not easy when someone else is already doing it.

They can start by listening to the people and not be so keen to label all who disagree with them as this and that.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 4:12 pm

results are coming in for the plymouth council elections.

so far cons have won 2 areas from labour including Ham but still early in the day

https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/plymouth-news/plymouth-city-council-elections-live-5384856
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 4:31 pm

The Doc departs the count accompanied by a suitable musical rendition.

It's worth reading the link from top to bottom to better understand what makes this splendid fellow tick.


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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 4:42 pm

update labour are getting an absolute spanking atm losing lots of seats in areas.

19 areas up for grabs  tories so far have won/maintained 10
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 5:02 pm

Hugh Midde wrote:
The Doc departs the count accompanied by a suitable musical rendition.

It's worth reading the link from top to bottom to better understand what makes this splendid fellow tick.


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Incredible that Labour put this bloke up, what a W——R

Bit concerned about Harve, last heard he was in a darkened room, dribbling all swivel eyed and wondering why all his cut and pasting had gone tits up.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptyFri May 07, 2021 5:13 pm

Looking like Bojo will outlast Starmer lol.
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A pint of milk will outlast sir smarmy at this rate.

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labour finally hold on to two wards devonport and Sutton and Mount Gould.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptySat May 08, 2021 9:11 am

Felt sick listening to Tudor Evans last night, surprised the chief superintendent of corruption Harve hasn’t latched on to Evans and his alleged shenanigans, of course I suppose as he’s a Labour man corruption allegations don’t apply!
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptySat May 08, 2021 9:46 am

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Felt sick listening to Tudor Evans last night, surprised the chief superintendent of corruption Harve hasn’t latched on to Evans and his alleged shenanigans, of course I suppose as he’s a Labour man corruption allegations don’t apply!

if he had any credibility left he would resign as leader. Better still, the labour counsellors boot him out. When you wasted 3/4 of a million of a rusty piece of shit that looks like an 80's computer game character while trying to remove plymouth's history and landmarks by appealing to extremist left wing idiots saying its all racist it shouldn't come as a shock people turn away from your party more so than they normally would.

Maybe oneday Labour will be a party worth voting for again but until they root out the corbynism and momentum thats killing the party still it wont be happening soon no matter what Boris does.


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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptySat May 08, 2021 10:27 am

Angry wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Felt sick listening to Tudor Evans last night, surprised the chief superintendent of corruption Harve hasn’t latched on to Evans and his alleged shenanigans, of course I suppose as he’s a Labour man corruption allegations don’t apply!

if he had any credibility left he would resign as leader. Better still, the labour counsellors boot him out. When you wasted 3/4 of a million of a rusty piece of shit that looks like an 80's computer game character while trying to remove plymouth's history and landmarks by appealing to extremist left wing idiots all it all racist it shouldn't come as a shock people turn away from your party more so than they normally would.

Maybe oneday Labour will be a party worth voting for again but until they root out the corbynism and momentum thats killing the party still it wont be happening soon no matter what Boris does.


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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptySat May 08, 2021 1:43 pm

Starmer needs to go ASAP. Who to replace him with? Fook knows but they had better be someone who appeals to the common man instead of minorities, they have concentrated so much on urban and minority issues they have become the minority party. It's Brexit which has driven this shift whether the urban lefties like it or not.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 7 EmptySat May 08, 2021 10:39 pm

The blame game has started.......

'Angela Rayner has been sacked as chair of the Labour Party, as Sir Keir Starmer began a major reshuffle of his top team.

Anneliese Dodds, the shadow chancellor, and Jon Ashworth, the shadow health secretary, were also said to be facing the sack.

A reshuffle had been planned for next month, but sources suggested it had been brought forward following the party’s poor performance at the local elections.

Ms Rayner has been blamed by party insiders for the selection of Dr Paul Williams, the losing candidate in the Hartlepool by-election.

Ms Rayner remains deputy leader of the party but has left her role as party chair. Relations between Sir Keir and Ms Rayner are said to have soured in recent days, following the party’s loss in Hartlepool and in key council seats across the north.

Tory sources poured scorn on the Labour campaign, telling The Telegraph: “If Angela Rayner had spent more time on the campaign trail and less time writing letters and playing politics maybe she’d still be in post.”

Ms Rayner is expected to be offered another role. A Labour source said: “Keir said he was taking full responsibility for the result of the elections - and he said we need to change.

“That means changing how we run our campaigns in the future. Angela will continue to play a senior role in Keir’s team.”

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So much for sir smarmy saying he will take responsibility for Thursday's results!

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Leaving aside Sadiq Khan's quite impressive victory Starmer needs to go hard and go early at Johnson now to have any chance of recovery. He's got to land massive blows
Expect a vicious assualt next PMQ'S over Johnsons lying. That brief interview from the complulsive liar was horrific in Hartlepool with the amount of quite awful lies in just 30 seconds flat.

Condoned by so many sadly

I expect Starmer to return to his "We'll leave it there for now" from last PMQs over the warning to Johnson about lying at the despatch box. (Christ there is irrefutable hard evidence by the bucket load)

Frankly he currently has nothing to lose now and must further hope that Cummings will assassinate Johnson on the 26th over Covid.
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