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Old 21st April 2020, 11:47   #11 (permalink)
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We already left?

But I am looking ahead to when we rejoin. I sincerely hope the Conservatives win the next election. I want them to be held accountable for all the wows we suffer. With luck it would result in a quantum shift within the party. If not then Labour will get the chance to try it there way, but I don't expect much because
the current leadership isn't radical enough.
Yes mate we have already left & your own post agrees with that fact.
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Old 22nd April 2020, 16:01   #12 (permalink)
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At last we have an Opposition: New Labour leader Keir Starmer tears into Dominic Raab over coronavirus testing and PPE failures in first virtual PMQs - as Foreign Secretary blames 'logistical' issues.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...-blunders.html
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Was it so necessary for Jeremy Corbyn to physically attend Parliament today, him being in the vulnerable catchment?

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Was it so necessary for Jeremy Corbyn to physically attend Parliament today, him being in the vulnerable catchment?

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Yes because he, like the scarecrow in the wizard of oz, doesn't have a brain
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Old 22nd April 2020, 21:00   #15 (permalink)
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Every other advert is, “stay at home, only go out when necessary, think of others & help the NHS”. Perhaps he hasn’t got a TV lol
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Of course the question should be why did anyone apart from the ministers , shadows , speaker , and those who came up in the Serjeant of Arms (sic) ballot .

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Volunteers maybe?
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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics...iscrimination/

Scrapping 'virtual' Parliament during pandemic would be tantamount to discrimination in another workplace, lawyers suggest

Legal advice commissioned by Labour claims if MPs were employees the decision would 'be likely to amount to indirect discrimination'


If MPs were employees.........great legal advice.

Are they or aren't they?....it's not a difficult question even for Labour or their supporters.


Maybe criminals can use it to get off charges........'if you hadn't arrested me I'd be free'.
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Scrapping 'virtual' Parliament during pandemic would be tantamount to discrimination in another workplace, lawyers suggest

Legal advice commissioned by Labour claims if MPs were employees the decision would 'be likely to amount to indirect discrimination'


If MPs were employees.........great legal advice.

Are they or aren't they?....it's not a difficult question even for Labour or their supporters.


Maybe criminals can use it to get off charges........'if you hadn't arrested me I'd be free'.
The UK is so, so getting like America, every word and decision by politicians is now being ran through & challenged by lawyers. In America on numerous issues itís not even a politician who answers, a lawyer does it on their behalf.
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https://amp.theguardian.com/commenti...-corbyn-legacy

Keir Starmer has sought Labour unity, but he will soon have to challenge the Corbyn legacy.

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The memory of his predecessor as party leader will take years to erase. Expect a Clause IV moment.

Losing, losing, losing. Is that what Labour does best? A brutal 154-page analysis by a panel of Labour heavyweights has just laid out the rugged path ahead if itís to win next time after four election defeats. To take 124 more seats Ė after crashing to the partyís worst result since 1935 Ė needs a gigantic 7.9% swing from voters and non-voters of every class, age, town, city and region. The odds look shocking.
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