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 Post Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 8:26 pm 
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When even the most right-wing guy at the BBC, Andrew Neil, is incredulous about this allegation...

https://twitter.com/daily_politics/stat ... 7588787201

Face it, the right-wing press have overstepped the mark and the ease at which the Tories and its supporters have joined in is rightfully making them look stupid and untrustworthy.


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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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When even the most right-wing guy at the BBC, Andrew Neil, is incredulous about this allegation...

https://twitter.com/daily_politics/stat ... 7588787201

Face it, the right-wing press have overstepped the mark and the ease at which the Tories and its supporters have joined in is rightfully making them look stupid and untrustworthy.


I must admit, Jezza does have a compelling line of defence for these allegations.

To be an intelligence agent or source, sort of presupposes you have a modicum of intelligence to start with. Jezza.......well?

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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When even the most right-wing guy at the BBC, Andrew Neil, is incredulous about this allegation...

https://twitter.com/daily_politics/stat ... 7588787201

Face it, the right-wing press have overstepped the mark and the ease at which the Tories and its supporters have joined in is rightfully making them look stupid and untrustworthy.


I would have thought at Prime Ministers questions May would have given Corbyn a full apology for any Tory minister aligning oneself with these allegations.
Unfortunately not, the right wing scum be that The Sun or the Daily Fail have her in their pockets.

Instead she tries a cheap joke which basically shows her for what she is, cheap.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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I would have thought at Prime Ministers questions May would have given Corbyn a full apology for any Tory minister aligning oneself with these allegations.


As we know Corbyn would have done in similar circumstances the other way round. :roll:

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This wouldn't happen under Jeremy.

British Gas profits are at £1.25 BILLION.

But this is not enough. Solution? Sack 4000 workers to save money to make more profit.

You the customer and the services expected by you come second to the shareholder.

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This wouldn't happen under Jeremy.

British Gas profits are at £1.25 BILLION.

But this is not enough. Solution? Sack 4000 workers to save money to make more profit.

You the customer and the services expected by you come second to the shareholder.



At last ! Something we can agree on.

Under Corbyn there would be no profits.

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This wouldn't happen under Jeremy.

British Gas profits are at £1.25 BILLION.

But this is not enough. Solution? Sack 4000 workers to save money to make more profit.

You the customer and the services expected by you come second to the shareholder.



At last ! Something we can agree on.

Under Corbyn there would be no profits.


Not to shareholders, just a reduction in price to the consumer.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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This wouldn't happen under Jeremy.

British Gas profits are at £1.25 BILLION.

But this is not enough. Solution? Sack 4000 workers to save money to make more profit.

You the customer and the services expected by you come second to the shareholder.



At last ! Something we can agree on.

Under Corbyn there would be no profits.


Not to shareholders, just a reduction in price to the consumer.


Venezuela here we come.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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]This wouldn't happen under Jeremy.

British Gas profits are at £1.25 BILLION.

But this is not enough. Solution? Sack 4000 workers to save money to make more profit.

You the customer and the services expected by you come second to the shareholder.[/quote]


At last ! Something we can agree on.

Under Corbyn there would be no profits.[/quote]

Not to shareholders, just a reduction in price to the consumer.[/quote]

Venezuela here we come.[/quote]

So your in favour of shareholders making massive amounts of money from the UK GAS MARKET, at the expense of a reduction in the price of gas?

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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]This wouldn't happen under Jeremy.

British Gas profits are at £1.25 BILLION.

But this is not enough. Solution? Sack 4000 workers to save money to make more profit.

You the customer and the services expected by you come second to the shareholder.



At last ! Something we can agree on.

Under Corbyn there would be no profits.[/quote]

Not to shareholders, just a reduction in price to the consumer.[/quote]

Venezuela here we come.[/quote]

So your in favour of shareholders making massive amounts of money from the UK GAS MARKET, at the expense of a reduction in the price of gas?[/quote]

Not really. But I am in favour of vibrant companies paying dividends while at the same time providing great service. Remember nationalised industries in the seventies ? I do, and I never want to see the likes again.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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I think this counts as grovelling? :lol:

Suig, are you satisfied now that Corbyn has clearly taken action against this?


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I think this counts as grovelling? :lol:

Suig, are you satisfied now that Corbyn has clearly taken action against this?



Sorry ? Is he in power ? Taken action against what ?

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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I think this counts as grovelling? :lol:

Suig, are you satisfied now that Corbyn has clearly taken action against this?[/quote


Sorry ? Is he in power ? Taken action against what ?


The action that has been taken by his puppet masters is to force out another moderate socialist.

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 Post subject: Re: Jeremy Corbyn
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You claimed that Corbyn/Labours inaction to sue people making this claim, somehow proved his guilt.

https://twitter.com/bbradleymp/status/9 ... 0188375040

I'm showing him do just that. In the process, humiliating the lying MP who repeated this claim. It's fun to see him squirm so much. To paraphrase his statement: "Please don't sue me, I dun fucked up".

Apparently Labours lawyer even forced him to included the words 'please retweet' into the grovelling apology to make sure it got spread as far as possible. A sign of the times if there ever was one. Beautiful. :lol:


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You claimed that Corbyn/Labours inaction to sue people making this claim, somehow proved his guilt.

https://twitter.com/bbradleymp/status/9 ... 0188375040

I'm showing him do just that. In the process, humiliating the lying MP who repeated this claim. It's fun to see him squirm so much. To paraphrase his statement: "Please don't sue me, I dun fucked up".

Apparently Labours lawyer even forced him to included the words 'please retweet' into the grovelling apology to make sure it got spread as far as possible. A sign of the times if there ever was one. Beautiful. :lol:


Tories for ever and a day have got away with lies and false narrative backed up by a right wing press that spreads their propaganda.
Those days are gone, people now have access to the truth. The time has come for change based on policy rather than character assassination.

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You claimed that Corbyn/Labours inaction to sue people making this claim, somehow proved his guilt.

https://twitter.com/bbradleymp/status/9 ... 0188375040

I'm showing him do just that. In the process, humiliating the lying MP who repeated this claim. It's fun to see him squirm so much. To paraphrase his statement: "Please don't sue me, I dun fucked up".

Apparently Labours lawyer even forced him to included the words 'please retweet' into the grovelling apology to make sure it got spread as far as possible. A sign of the times if there ever was one. Beautiful. :lol:


The MP did not publish facts. He stupidly published his opinion leaving Corbyn an obvious target to deflect attention from the published facts.

Easy to pick on one silly boy. Easy to con other silly boys by doing so

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Those days are gone, people now have access to the truth. .



What they have access to now is social media and the internet which will tell you whatever you want it to if you look for information to support your view. The "truth" is whatever you want it to be.

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Corbyn the cherry picker.
Yesterday he went against every one of his principles. The neo-marxist, terrorist sympathiser, the anti-capitalist, siding with Britain's bosses in the CBI. A vote catching exercise of the lowest order. A guy promising the earth to all and sundry in the knowledge he isn't in power and hasn't got to deliver, so he can get away with it. The EU would gobble him up and spit him out. He is a two-faced hypocrite.

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Corbyn the cherry picker.
Yesterday he went against every one of his principles. The neo-marxist, terrorist sympathiser, the anti-capitalist, siding with Britain's bosses in the CBI. A vote catching exercise of the lowest order. A guy promising the earth to all and sundry in the knowledge he isn't in power and hasn't got to deliver, so he can get away with it. The EU would gobble him up and spit him out. He is a two-faced hypocrite.



And those are his good points

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It is something of a surprise that the son of Oswald Mosley supported and " paid for" one of Corbyn's trusted few, but what was a man with his background doing buying Labour ? one would have thought with Momentum they had enough thugs....odd ?

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Corbyn the cherry picker.
Yesterday he went against every one of his principles. The neo-marxist, terrorist sympathiser, the anti-capitalist, siding with Britain's bosses in the CBI. A vote catching exercise of the lowest order. A guy promising the earth to all and sundry in the knowledge he isn't in power and hasn't got to deliver, so he can get away with it. The EU would gobble him up and spit him out. He is a two-faced hypocrite.



And those are his good points


Did you have a laugh at the stinky old Trot's back of a fag packet attempt to seduce a few anti-Brexit Tory rebels in a pathetic attempt to force a general election? The thick old pillock is losing thousands upon thousands of Labour voters who voted for Labour on the premise he wanted out of the single market and the customs union. Vote catching turncoat manouvers will sink him in the end. Deservedly so. What a scumbag.

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Deano's Golden Boots wrote:
Corbyn the cherry picker.
Yesterday he went against every one of his principles. The neo-marxist, terrorist sympathiser, the anti-capitalist, siding with Britain's bosses in the CBI. A vote catching exercise of the lowest order. A guy promising the earth to all and sundry in the knowledge he isn't in power and hasn't got to deliver, so he can get away with it. The EU would gobble him up and spit him out. He is a two-faced hypocrite.


That's the kind of drivel I would associate with the right wing press, the kind of rubbish which many voters just don't accept and tend to ignore.

Much of it is baseless, yet its kind of symptomatic of England these past fifty years when it comes to politics. Shame.

Regards the Customs union where should Labour position itself, if not on the side of looking to protect future jobs and workers rights?

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Deano's Golden Boots wrote:
Corbyn the cherry picker.
Yesterday he went against every one of his principles. The neo-marxist, terrorist sympathiser, the anti-capitalist, siding with Britain's bosses in the CBI. A vote catching exercise of the lowest order. A guy promising the earth to all and sundry in the knowledge he isn't in power and hasn't got to deliver, so he can get away with it. The EU would gobble him up and spit him out. He is a two-faced hypocrite.


That's the kind of drivel I would associate with the right wing press, the kind of rubbish which many voters just don't accept and tend to ignore.

Much of it is baseless, yet its kind of symptomatic of England these past fifty years when it comes to politics. Shame.

Regards the Customs union where should Labour position itself, if not on the side of looking to protect future jobs and workers rights?



It has been Labour's position since it's inception ( and Corbyn's) that free trade protects jobs and rights. How is membership of an organisation that imposes tariffs on every basic food item to protect, for example French farmers, free trade ?

Membership of the EU protects the rich. A position Corbyn has always held until he sold his soul to Momentum and his other advisors lurking in the gloom of leafy London suburbs

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Deano's Golden Boots wrote:
Corbyn the cherry picker.
Yesterday he went against every one of his principles. The neo-marxist, terrorist sympathiser, the anti-capitalist, siding with Britain's bosses in the CBI. A vote catching exercise of the lowest order. A guy promising the earth to all and sundry in the knowledge he isn't in power and hasn't got to deliver, so he can get away with it. The EU would gobble him up and spit him out. He is a two-faced hypocrite.


That's the kind of drivel I would associate with the right wing press, the kind of rubbish which many voters just don't accept and tend to ignore.

Much of it is baseless, yet its kind of symptomatic of England these past fifty years when it comes to politics. Shame.

Regards the Customs union where should Labour position itself, if not on the side of looking to protect future jobs and workers rights?


Temper temper Citizen Smith. Tell what is baseless. I'd love to know.

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When even the most right-wing guy at the BBC, Andrew Neil, is incredulous about this allegation...

https://twitter.com/daily_politics/stat ... 7588787201

Face it, the right-wing press have overstepped the mark and the ease at which the Tories and its supporters have joined in is rightfully making them look stupid and untrustworthy.


I must admit, Jezza does have a compelling line of defence for these allegations.

To be an intelligence agent or source, sort of presupposes you have a modicum of intelligence to start with. Jezza.......well?


One thing we can be certain of is that Jezza isn't on the Israeli payroll, and that is rare occurence in a front line British politician.

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Deano's Golden Boots wrote:
Corbyn the cherry picker.
Yesterday he went against every one of his principles. The neo-marxist, terrorist sympathiser, the anti-capitalist, siding with Britain's bosses in the CBI. A vote catching exercise of the lowest order. A guy promising the earth to all and sundry in the knowledge he isn't in power and hasn't got to deliver, so he can get away with it. The EU would gobble him up and spit him out. He is a two-faced hypocrite.


That's the kind of drivel I would associate with the right wing press, the kind of rubbish which many voters just don't accept and tend to ignore.

Much of it is baseless, yet its kind of symptomatic of England these past fifty years when it comes to politics. Shame.

Regards the Customs union where should Labour position itself, if not on the side of looking to protect future jobs and workers rights?



It has been Labour's position since it's inception ( and Corbyn's) that free trade protects jobs and rights. How is membership of an organisation that imposes tariffs on every basic food item to protect, for example French farmers, free trade ?

Membership of the EU protects the rich. A position Corbyn has always held until he sold his soul to Momentum and his other advisors lurking in the gloom of leafy London suburbs


Now your asking the difference between Labours position and Jeremys personal point of view and why Dennis Skinner as an example votes the way he does.
There had to be a shift from ideology towards realism because of the rise of the far right across Europe.
Immigration and related terrorism has to be considered eventually by all sides even the EU as the Shengen agreement raises more and more concerns.
So how politicians balance free movement and the single currency becomes more of a puzzle and headache.

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Well Jezza's best pal Galloway is implying it's all a conspiracy against Russia and Jezz himself is even ridiculed by the SNP for God's sake, in his cheap attempt to score points.

Just how far do the enemies of this country have to go go before Jezza thinks they're being something more than naughty ? No doubt he will impose his own sanctions on Russia by refusing to take more of their money for appearances on RT. Perhaps in retaliation, he'll send Dianne on instead ?

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Well Jezza's best pal Galloway is implying it's all a conspiracy against Russia and Jezz himself is even ridiculed by the SNP for God's sake, in his cheap attempt to score points.

Just how far do the enemies of this country have to go go before Jezza thinks they're being something more than naughty ? No doubt he will impose his own sanctions on Russia by refusing to take more of their money for appearances on RT. Perhaps in retaliation, he'll send Dianne on instead ?


I think its a fair point that Tories and the Tory party have taken over 800k from Russians since May became leader, for what?

Also should this government clamp down on Russian money laundering through London, whether that be through dodgy financial deals or the buying up of prime housing.

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It is this man's bloody duty to stand up for the people of this country.

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It is this man's bloody duty to stand up for the people of this country.


Did you miss this or do you just want to roll with the fake Tory jingoism.

Jeremy Corbyn: "The whole House CONDEMNS the suspected poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury... No member of our police force and nobody on the streets of Britain should ever face such an attack, let alone with chemical weapons."

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