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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptySun May 09, 2021 8:28 am

harvetheslayer wrote:
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.

khan won with a smaller majority and im quite stunned to see him actually win with that considering how bad he has run london into the ground while pushing his agendas. I can only put it down to the other candidates being extremely bad and the londoners that are left in the city being thick as pigshit to think hes going to improve in a second term.

as for starmer hes toast like his party. Iknow that difficult for you to understamd but try too cause labour are a lost cause.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptySun May 09, 2021 8:32 am

You really do inhabit an alternative reality don't you? Did you not see the blue tide sweeping the country over the last two days? Bojo is probably the most successful Conservative leader in years and he has sent Labour packing at every visit to the Polls. Starmer will be desperately trying to save his own job whilst Johnson is safe as houses.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptySun May 09, 2021 8:50 am

Harve’s ignorance of what’s just happened is staggering, whilst the Labour Party were busy focusing on Boris’s DIY and viewing wallpaper, what the electorate really wanted to know was what Starmer and Labour’s policies were, this is the real problem, not just trying to continually slander the PM as Harve sees fit to do whilst making himself a laughing stock, but to set out what their policies are and highlight any inadequacies of Tory policy
We need an effective opposition and at the moment we haven’t got one and not likely to have one for some time.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptySun May 09, 2021 8:55 am

Dianne Abbot still in denial this morning, still defending Corbyn, bugger the Labour Party are set to remain in opposition for at least the next decade
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptySun May 09, 2021 9:18 am

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Dianne Abbot still in denial this morning, still defending Corbyn, bugger the Labour Party are set to remain in opposition for at least the next decade

When they got his supporters still in the party Labour are buggered for quite awhile
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptySun May 09, 2021 12:45 pm

harvetheslayer wrote:
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.

I love your style Harve.
Faced with annihilation in the 2019 general election & again in Hartlepool your solution...demanding more of the same.
Think it was Einstein who said the definition of stupidity is doing the same thing over & over again but expecting a different result.
It isn’t just Starmer who’s the problem, who btw is so lacking in charisma he makes John Major look like Freddie Mercury.
The entire front bench are totally unelectable, the sort of people most would cross the road to avoid.
Decent normal labour MPs like Alan Johnson, John Mann & Frank Field have long since been moved away from any position of influence & all that are left are woke oddballs or extremists.
Labour’s core vote evaporated with the demise of heavy industry & the unions in the Eighties but instead of following the direction of the indigenous working class they’ve chosen to align themselves with immigrants, terrorists, criminals & all many of oddball minority groups, then the wonder why they get trounced at every election. A complete laughing stock, along with those who continue to try to defend them.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptySun May 09, 2021 3:46 pm

Quite astonishing that the media have somehow labelled a 3% swing to Labour as a Catastrophe
Lib Dems Labour and the Greens all doing well in the South

Chipping Norton falls to labour... Safe Tory areas turned off by Johnsons vile nationalism are falling

Tories in trouble in rural Oxfordshire Surrey Sussex Cambridgeshire Kent. Perhaps the real story of these elections is the collapse of the old Blue wall
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptySun May 09, 2021 5:02 pm

Dream on you clown.

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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptySun May 09, 2021 8:21 pm

Lord Melbury wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
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.

I love your style Harve.
Faced with annihilation in the 2019 general election & again in Hartlepool your solution...demanding more of the same.
Think it was Einstein who said the definition of stupidity is doing the same thing over & over again but expecting a different result.
It isn’t just Starmer who’s the problem, who btw is so lacking in charisma he makes John Major look like Freddie Mercury.
The entire front bench are totally unelectable, the sort of people most would cross the road to avoid.
Decent normal labour MPs like Alan Johnson, John Mann & Frank Field have long since been moved away from any position of influence & all that are left are woke oddballs or extremists.
Labour’s core vote evaporated with the demise of heavy industry & the unions in the Eighties but instead of following the direction of the indigenous working class they’ve chosen to align themselves with immigrants, terrorists, criminals & all many of oddball minority groups, then the wonder why they get trounced at every election. A complete laughing stock, along with those who continue to try to defend them.

This post, (particularly the emboldened bit) is a perfect précis of the current situation.

The huge problem the current Labour Party have is to have any hope of ever providing credible opposition, they’d have to do what Blair did and imitate Bojo and Co in a kind of Tory-lite manner.

Corbyn was the epitome of inelectability (if that’s even a word?). I’d thought Starmer would herald a change, but he brings absolutely nothing to the table by way of true leadership.
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Harve  Laughing
lol! lol! lol! lol! if only this was an emoji so we can just post this when he quotes his facebook facts
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There is always this..... laugh

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Or point and laugh

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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptyMon May 10, 2021 8:21 am

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Dianne Abbot still in denial this morning, still defending Corbyn, bugger the Labour Party are set to remain in opposition for at least the next decade

I'm sure Jeremy was grateful to receive such ringing endorsements from one of the foremost cerebral giants of the Labour Party.

Of course there could be a certain amount of gratitude from Di for those starry-eyed trips around communist East Germany on the back of Jerry's motorbike....

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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptyMon May 10, 2021 10:00 am

Lord Melbury wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
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.

I love your style Harve.
Faced with annihilation in the 2019 general election & again in Hartlepool your solution...demanding more of the same.
Think it was Einstein who said the definition of stupidity is doing the same thing over & over again but expecting a different result.
It isn’t just Starmer who’s the problem, who btw is so lacking in charisma he makes John Major look like Freddie Mercury.
The entire front bench are totally unelectable, the sort of people most would cross the road to avoid.
Decent normal labour MPs like Alan Johnson, John Mann & Frank Field have long since been moved away from any position of influence & all that are left are woke oddballs or extremists.
Labour’s core vote evaporated with the demise of heavy industry & the unions in the Eighties but instead of following the direction of the indigenous working class they’ve chosen to align themselves with immigrants, terrorists, criminals & all many of oddball minority groups, then the wonder why they get trounced at every election. A complete laughing stock, along with those who continue to try to defend them
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Pretty much nail-on-the-head stuff there M'Lord.
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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptyThu May 20, 2021 2:32 pm

You would have thought that after the Hartlepool by-election fiasco that Labour would have learnt something after giving the voters of Batley and Spen the same old shortlist of a single candidate. However, there is a slight difference this time as the candidate is the politically naive sister of the late Jo Cox, so I imagine that the Labour is heavily reliant on the sympathy to get them over the line.


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PostSubject: Re: Labour Party Implosion    Labour Party Implosion  - Page 8 EmptyThu May 20, 2021 3:32 pm

Or of course it has been engineered by corbyn supporter rayner by allowing the Batley MP to run for Mayor the other week in the hope that she would win and force a by election.

corbyn's bit of fluff has been talking again.....

'Losing a key by-election would be “curtains” for Keir Starmer and could mean Andy Burnham’s “time will have come”, a former Shadow Cabinet member has said.

Diane Abbott, a close ally of Jeremy Corbyn, warned Mr Starmer that Labour must win the looming Batley and Spen contest, triggered by MP Tracy Brabin’s election as West Yorkshire Metro Mayor.

Ms Abbott signalled that the party’s left could row in behind Mr Burnham, the Greater Manchester Metro Mayor, if he ran for the leadership again.

The so-called "King of the North" said he would not be challenging Mr Starmer for the leadership "any time soon" - and he doesn't have a parliamentary seat - but he made it clear he could put himself forward.

It comes amid recriminations over Labour's defeat in the Hartlepool at the hands of the Tories earlier this month.

Mr Starmer is under pressure to hold Batley and Spen, which has been Labour since 2007, but Ms Brabin kept in 2019 with a slim majority.

Writing for the Guardian, Ms Abbott said: "This West Yorkshire constituency has different demographics from Hartlepool.

"Support from the large minority ethnic electorate may enable the party to hold the seat and Starmer to hang on as Labour leader.

"But if Labour loses again, it must surely be curtains for him. And then, it may be that Andy Burnham’s time will have come.”

A Shadow Cabinet source dismissed her comments, saying: “Yet again, sections of the Labour Party at great pains to remind us that they desperately want Labour to lose.”

No date has been set for the by-election but late July is thought to be under consideration.'

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Penny Mordaunt (fit ain't she) replies to Labour's deputy leader Raynor - the summing-up is quite telling.


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.......and Rayner's nice little earner...


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Hugh Midde wrote:
Penny Mordaunt (fit ain't she) replies to Labour's deputy leader Raynor - the summing-up is quite telling.


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.......and Rayner's nice little earner...


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I am surprised that chavvy skank Rayner didn't retort with cries of 'scum' across the HoC. Perhaps she was mouthing it after putting on her mask half way through that mauling.
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POI wrote:
Hugh Midde wrote:
Penny Mordaunt (fit ain't she) replies to Labour's deputy leader Raynor - the summing-up is quite telling.


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I am surprised that chavvy skank Rayner didn't retort with cries of 'scum' across the HoC. Perhaps she was mouthing it after putting on her mask half way through that mauling.

Very Happy Funny thing is that she got pulled up twice By Mr Speaker before Ms Mordaunt (cor) got to her feet.


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Hugh Midde wrote:
POI wrote:
Hugh Midde wrote:
Penny Mordaunt (fit ain't she) replies to Labour's deputy leader Raynor - the summing-up is quite telling.


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.......and Rayner's nice little earner...


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I am surprised that chavvy skank Rayner didn't retort with cries of 'scum' across the HoC. Perhaps she was mouthing it after putting on her mask half way through that mauling.

Very Happy Funny thing is that she got pulled up twice By Mr Speaker before Ms Mordaunt (cor) got to her feet.


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Think I even felt a tingle watching Penny.
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