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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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The political party that offers a referendum is fully responsible for that referendum.


It certainly is for the organisation of said referendum. Knocker, this is not quite your beloved communist state yet. Here the outcome is decided by the voters. I'm sure if Jezza gets in that will change, but for now......


There is NO outcome if there is NO referendum.

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The political party that offers a referendum is fully responsible for that referendum.


It certainly is for the organisation of said referendum. Knocker, this is not quite your beloved communist state yet. Here the outcome is decided by the voters. I'm sure if Jezza gets in that will change, but for now......


There is NO outcome if there is NO referendum.


True. But again, the people put pressure on the government to provide said referendum. The government wanted to remain. The people wanted different. The people decided.

Jezza was, and is, a confirmed Eurosceptic. He was against the referendum as he thought the outcome would be different.

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The political party that offers a referendum is fully responsible for that referendum.[/quote]

It certainly is for the organisation of said referendum. Knocker, this is not quite your beloved communist state yet. Here the outcome is decided by the voters. I'm sure if Jezza gets in that will change, but for now......[/quote]

There is NO outcome if there is NO referendum.[/quote]

True. But again, the people put pressure on the government to provide said referendum. The government wanted to remain. The people wanted different. The people decided.

Jezza was, and is, a confirmed Eurosceptic. He was against the referendum as he thought the outcome would be different.[/quote]

Wrong, it wasn't the people, it was the decisive elements on the Tory back benches, the Moggs and Redwoods of this world.
Cameron gambled and lost, then the country suffers.

No referendum NO problem for the country.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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knocker knowles wrote:
The political party that offers a referendum is fully responsible for that referendum.


It certainly is for the organisation of said referendum. Knocker, this is not quite your beloved communist state yet. Here the outcome is decided by the voters. I'm sure if Jezza gets in that will change, but for now......[/quote]

There is NO outcome if there is NO referendum.[/quote]

True. But again, the people put pressure on the government to provide said referendum. The government wanted to remain. The people wanted different. The people decided.

Jezza was, and is, a confirmed Eurosceptic. He was against the referendum as he thought the outcome would be different.[/quote]

Wrong, it wasn't the people, it was the decisive elements on the Tory back benches, the Moggs and Redwoods of this world.
Cameron gambled and lost, then the country suffers.

No referendum NO problem for the country.[/quote]

YOU WERE A LEAVE CHAMPION......

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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Is Corbyn for or against the customs union?

Is Corbyn for or against the single market?

Hang on. It's a Thursday. It's his in favour day.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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All things to all men, for the many, not the few. Like all politicians, he changes his mind when he fancies that in doing so he will please the public and hopefully garner more votes later on. I do not like him, I do not like May, where is there a politician who will be honest and humble, call things as they are and go ahead to push policies that matter and are in the peoples interest, not a furthering of a politicians financial nest egg..??? We need a powerful and progressive third party force in this country.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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knocker knowles wrote:
No referendum NO problem for the country.


Knocker, you are sounding like the man on trial for a stabbing who pleads "if there hadn't been any knives in my kitchen, none of this would have happened".

You voted OUT. Take responsibility for your decision.

A referendum was always going to come eventually. Be it in June 2016 or whenever, in the long term, the issue was unavoidable.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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knocker knowles wrote:
suiging wrote:
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The political party that offers a referendum is fully responsible for that referendum.


It certainly is for the organisation of said referendum. Knocker, this is not quite your beloved communist state yet. Here the outcome is decided by the voters. I'm sure if Jezza gets in that will change, but for now......


There is NO outcome if there is NO referendum.


Sorry if 17.4 million people put any hooters out of joint. I assume the alternative of being ruled by a German dominated European Union appeals as a better prospect does it? Do you prefer being ruled from Brussels by a President of Europe, because that"s the way things are going for the EU 27. It would be pointless the UK having a government of any denomination because they wouldn't have any say in anything. Europe says and the UK would jump. Not just for the BrexIt negotiation period but FOREVER. Short term pain for long term gain in our case. Constant pain coming up for the EU 27.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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knocker knowles wrote:
suiging wrote:
knocker knowles wrote:
The political party that offers a referendum is fully responsible for that referendum.


It certainly is for the organisation of said referendum. Knocker, this is not quite your beloved communist state yet. Here the outcome is decided by the voters. I'm sure if Jezza gets in that will change, but for now......


There is NO outcome if there is NO referendum.


Must be true if you say so


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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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No referendum NO problem for the country.


Knocker, you are sounding like the man on trial for a stabbing who pleads "if there hadn't been any knives in my kitchen, none of this would have happened".

You voted OUT. Take responsibility for your decision.

A referendum was always going to come eventually. Be it in June 2016 or whenever, in the long term, the issue was unavoidable.


I think your intentionally missing my point.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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Anybody watch the Sunday Politics programme on BBC1 today? Did you see the hilarious montage of the Labour Marxist Party's front benchers expressing their views on the Customs Union and the Single Market?

Absolutely hilarious!!!! Some say they will stay in, some say they will out. In out, in out, shake it all about.....

Some even change their own mind from week to week. Pathetic.

The only one not to be interviewed out of all the main front-benchers was racist Diane Abbott. The last time she was interviewed she wanted to stay in the Billingsgate Market but wanted out of the Plumbers Union.

What a bunch of crazies they are. All things to all men frauds.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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Anybody watch the Sunday Politics programme on BBC1 today? Did you see the hilarious montage of the Labour Marxist Party's front benchers expressing their views on the Customs Union and the Single Market?

Absolutely hilarious!!!! Some say they will stay in, some say they will out. In out, in out, shake it all about.....

Some even change their own mind from week to week. Pathetic.

The only one not to be interviewed out of all the main front-benchers was racist Diane Abbott. The last time she was interviewed she wanted to stay in the Billingsgate Market but wanted out of the Plumbers Union.

What a bunch of crazies they are. All things to all men frauds.


That knock on your door mate, is Knocker's mates from Momentum. If I were you I wouldn't answer.

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Deano's Golden Boots wrote:
Anybody watch the Sunday Politics programme on BBC1 today? Did you see the hilarious montage of the Labour Marxist Party's front benchers expressing their views on the Customs Union and the Single Market?

Absolutely hilarious!!!! Some say they will stay in, some say they will out. In out, in out, shake it all about.....

Some even change their own mind from week to week. Pathetic.

The only one not to be interviewed out of all the main front-benchers was racist Diane Abbott. The last time she was interviewed she wanted to stay in the Billingsgate Market but wanted out of the Plumbers Union.

What a bunch of crazies they are. All things to all men frauds.


That knock on your door mate, is Knocker's mates from Momentum. If I were you I wouldn't answer.


10 minutes after I read your reply the bell went. Thank the Lord it was just the guy collecting Compton Hospice's lottery money!

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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The Labour position as outlined by Keir Starmer is quite clear thanks, while it seems the Conservative position is hardening towards are hard brexit.

Have you asked why?

Why would the Tories drive the country off an economic cliff by being so intransigent during negotiations to create such an impasse..

Because the fuckers are still so frightened of each other, of their divisions which David Cameron and his successor dont wish to face.

These divisions which would destroy the Tory party from within so they would sooner destroy the country the self serving cretins.

Dont try and lay blame on Labour for these events it just wont wash, the whole calamitous situation was born and raised by this governments divisions.

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knocker knowles wrote:
The Labour position as outlined by Keir Starmer is quite clear thanks, while it seems the Conservative position is hardening towards are hard brexit.

Have you asked why?

Why would the Tories drive the country off an economic cliff by being so intransigent during negotiations to create such an impasse..

Because the fuckers are still so frightened of each other, of their divisions which David Cameron and his successor dont wish to face.

These divisions which would destroy the Tory party from within so they would sooner destroy the country the self serving cretins.

Dont try and lay blame on Labour for these events it just wont wash, the whole calamitous situation was born and raised by this governments divisions.


What calamitous situation is that exacrly ?


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The Labour position as outlined by Keir Starmer is quite clear thanks, while it seems the Conservative position is hardening towards are hard brexit.

Have you asked why?

Why would the Tories drive the country off an economic cliff by being so intransigent during negotiations to create such an impasse..

Because the fuckers are still so frightened of each other, of their divisions which David Cameron and his successor dont wish to face.

These divisions which would destroy the Tory party from within so they would sooner destroy the country the self serving cretins.

Dont try and lay blame on Labour for these events it just wont wash, the whole calamitous situation was born and raised by this governments divisions.


What calamitous situation is that exacrly ?


The hamstrung situation which prevents May and co from negotiating with the EU for fear of upsetting the back benchers within her own party.
Meanwhile the Country faces billions of pounds of yearly shortfall when they go with a NO DEAL BREXIT.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41688280

Cleared by Jezza who found nothing wrong in these actions.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41688280

Cleared by Jezza who found nothing wrong in these actions.


With his morals he wouldn't find anything wrong would he?

I notice he has been showboating around the EU laying out his vision for a Labour Marxist Brexit. In other words, just cave in to every EU demand. That's easy is that. The bag of piss and wind thinks he is in a position to negotiate on behalf of the UK. Has no-one told him he ain't in government? What a charlatan.

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Wondering why the BBC are going in on Ian Lavery after the Certification Officer found absolutely no wrongdoing whatsoever.

Thats the right wing media arm of the establishment for you.

Meanwhile Im looking forward to the digging into each and every cabinet members companies tax affairs and conflicts of interests.

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Wondering why the BBC are going in on Ian Lavery after the Certification Officer found absolutely no wrongdoing whatsoever.

Thats the right wing media arm of the establishment for you.

Meanwhile Im looking forward to the digging into each and every cabinet members companies tax affairs and conflicts of interests.


and shadow cabinet as well I assume ...in the interests of balanced reporting ?


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Wondering why the BBC are going in on Ian Lavery after the Certification Officer found absolutely no wrongdoing whatsoever.

Thats the right wing media arm of the establishment for you.

Meanwhile Im looking forward to the digging into each and every cabinet members companies tax affairs and conflicts of interests.


and shadow cabinet as well I assume ...in the interests of balanced reporting ?


Of course, pre 2015 General Election Ed Miliband made a big point about having tighter regulations regards second jobs and incomes gained from conflicts of interest.

You would soon see the Conservative front bench leaving their roles in government if the outside earner was taken away.

Its whats fucking up the NHS and Schools and maintains high profits in the Arms industry.

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Anyone gonna buy the topical t-shirt as worn by activists at a Young Labour rally attended by Jeremy Corbyn last week? The t-shirts display the official red rose logo of the Labour Party, below which are the words " Labour Party Young Guerrillas". The main embellishment on the front of this splendid looking garment is a large image of I.R.A. sympathiser and close friend of Gerry Adams, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell who is holding aloft a Kalashnikov assault rifle.

Every such en trend garment needs a finishing touch. In this case it's the words "ARM JOHN McDONNELL NOW".

It's possible staunch Labour supporters may already be aware as to where these can be purchased. For Labour fanatics on here interested in showing support for such future "government-in-waiting" 14 to 26 years-old fanatics, these can be purchased on website Redrubble. A snip at 14 quid.

Go on. Buy one. Secure the Labour Marxist Party's future government. Lovely party ain't it?

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Yesterday saw the Tory minister Sajid Javid stating the country should borrow 50 billion to start a house building project.

When Labour proposed such action a little while back they were charged of trying to bankrupt the country.

Watch how the right wing UK media, BBC and newspapers spin it to suit their own political agenda.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41688280

Cleared by Jezza who found nothing wrong in these actions.



The hypocrisy of his statements that abusive MPs must be punished is mind blowing.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41688280

Cleared by Jezza who found nothing wrong in these actions.



The hypocrisy of his statements that abusive MPs must be punished is mind blowing.


Its certainly the correct stand by Jeremy because this behaviour in all political parties is unacceptable.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41688280

Cleared by Jezza who found nothing wrong in these actions.



The hypocrisy of his statements that abusive MPs must be punished is mind blowing.


Its certainly the correct stand by Jeremy because this behaviour in all political parties is unacceptable.


Jezza takes up "Postures". He rally takes a stance and has yet to bring any of his friends to book for their infractions of his ever changing moral's.

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]http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41688280

Cleared by Jezza who found nothing wrong in these actions.[/quote]


The hypocrisy of his statements that abusive MPs must be punished is mind blowing.[/quote]

Its certainly the correct stand by Jeremy because this behaviour in all political parties is unacceptable.[/quote]

Jezza takes up "Postures". He rally takes a stance and has yet to bring any of his friends to book for their infractions of his ever changing moral's.[/quote]

Postures this Tory government governs by soundbite, just listen to that fucker Jeremy Hunt for ten minutes, blokes a twat.
Osbourne with his Northern Powerhouse bollocks.

May with her strong and fuckin stable horse shit.

The list goes on and on, and the sad thing is some folk believe all that smoke and mirrors bollocks.

There has to be a reality check.

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The reality check is this. Any MP caught bullying or abusing folk of what ever gender should be up for the chop. Don't do the crime if you can't.....yada yada.

So if we all agree persecution on this level is wrong, what do we think about the persecution in the Labour Party, where loyal, life-long socialists have been attacked, threatened and shunned from such basics as the Party Conference for the heinous crime of what ? Murder ? Rape ?......no, simply disagreeing with the Corbyn, communist cabal.

What's worse ? Calling an intern "totty", or baiting a Jewish socialist or threatening a news reporter if she dared to tell the truth about Abbott's incompetence ?

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Old Corbyn might be many things but I agree with his views on Social Care. This government needs to sort it out. It isn't anywhere near good enough for the disabled or the old and infirm. We ought to cut the ridiculous waste on foreign aid and spend it on our own needy. Get yer finger out Mother Theresa. It should be easy for a vicar's daughter to see what's required here.

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Old Corbyn might be many things but I agree with his views on Social Care. This government needs to sort it out. It isn't anywhere near good enough for the disabled or the old and infirm. We ought to cut the ridiculous waste on foreign aid and spend it on our own needy. Get yer finger out Mother Theresa. It should be easy for a vicar's daughter to see what's required here.



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