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Old 22nd September 2020, 17:41   #121 (permalink)
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Re: Labour going forward

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Originally Posted by Tenpin View Post
Already mentioned on another thread, but worthy of being mentioned on this one.

https://labourlist.org/2020/09/watch...-covid-crisis/

Extract:
Lisa Nandy has apologised on behalf of fellow shadow cabinet member Kate Green who suggested that Labour should not “let a good crisis go to waste” while talking about coronavirus during Labour’s online conference.


Just shows you the level the Labour Party are working at.....lowest of the low.
So worth repeating, the Labour Party hasn't gone forward or ever will to meet the low of their opposition ...The real and Historical Nasty Party the Tories....

Still a long way to meet Priti Patel remarks

Ireland’s Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has challenged remarks made by new Home Secretary Priti Patel threatening food shortages in Ireland if it does not comply with Brexit proposals.

He responded that her suggestions the UK Government should threaten Ireland, which was devastated by famine in the 1800s, with food shortages if it does not drop demands for a backstop.

Mr Varadkar reminded the minister of the starvation that swept across the country in the 19th century and said he hoped the new minister would think more carefully about what she said in the future.

https://inews.co.uk/news/politics/pr...warning-318794

Or Jacob Rees-Mogg about the Grenfell Tower fire dead - suggesting it would have been "common sense" to flee a burning building when residents had been told by the Fire Brigade to stay put.

A TORY Care Minister Helen Whately, accused of making hero student nurses in the Pandemic feel “worthless” after she told one they are “not deemed to be providing a service”. And was asked to apologise for the remarks...
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