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Re: Labour lose the plot - Again : Thu Nov 12, 2020 8:57 am  
King Street Cat wrote:
The good thing about this current Tory shower is that you don't have to wait too long for them to try and outdo Labour in the infighting stakes. 50,000 Covid deaths and they're fighting over who gets to be the milk monitor.


I agree.
However, if they ever want to return to power, Labour need to remain united.
We've had over 10 years of poor Tory government, with splits aplenty and the best that Labour could manage was to hand them an 80+ seat majority at the last election.
They (Labour) have to learn
Re: Labour lose the plot - Again : Thu Nov 12, 2020 10:59 am  
tories are well tories, but labour havnt a chance of getting voted in, totally shambolic, we need a strong labour and imo it just seems to be getting worse,
Re: Labour lose the plot - Again : Tue Nov 17, 2020 8:31 pm  
Corbyn now reinstated.
Cant help but think this is a massive own goal.
Starmer buckling under pressure from Unions ?
Re: Labour lose the plot - Again : Wed Nov 18, 2020 11:20 am  
TURFEDOUT wrote:
Corbyn now reinstated.
Cant help but think this is a massive own goal.
Starmer buckling under pressure from Unions ?


In accordance with EHRC recommendations the party leader didnt get involved in the internal enquiry into Corbyn's statement.
As a result Corbyn has been reinstated in the Labour party.
Starmer has now decided not to reinstate him in the Parliamentary Labour Party.
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