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    I think you'd be surprised. I suspect we'll also...

    This just doesn't make sense when you consider how the vote share changed and which seats specifically were lost.[/QUOTE]

    How so?[/QUOTE]

    The vote share for the Brexit party in the northern...
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    How so?

    This just doesn't make sense when you consider how the vote share changed and which seats specifically were lost.[/QUOTE]

    How so?
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    The only people throwing rocks at Alan Johnson...

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    Your reminder that Alan Johnson was the leader of "Labour In For Britain", the party's major referendum campaigning vehicle, and yet apparently the failure in that referendum is solely...
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    It's also two years old.

    It's also two years old.
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    This is 100% a funding problem. What do you think...

    I'll point you to the above:

    "Like it or not there's a relatively silent plurality of people with good jobs, good prospects and whose lives are actually going fairly well that don't want radical...
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    She's mostly right, but she can fuck off on the...

    She's mostly right, but she can fuck off on the manifesto. The manifesto was as big a disaster as he was. A manifesto needs to be more than a long list of vaguely popular policies.
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    I don't disagree with you, but there are plenty...

    I don't disagree with you, but there are plenty of NHS workers who will have looked at Labour's flagship plan to spend the equivalent of the NHS budget nationalising BT of all things and opted for...
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    This kind of disdain for the actual working...

    This kind of disdain for the actual working classes is exactly how Labour have doomed themselves. Talking about low information voters as if they were fooled or too stupid to understand? It's the...
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    Silver linings: Looks like Nigel Dodds and Zac...

    Silver linings: Looks like Nigel Dodds and Zac "Not A Racist" Goldsmith both done for.



    Cabinet talking points. Andrew Neil had them before most of the people meant to be using them.


    ed:...
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    I know you struggle with the English language,...

    I know you struggle with the English language, but again, I'm someone who thought John McDonnell should have led the party into this election. If that makes me a centrist that puts Zekk slightly to...
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    Some of it, yes. A remain labour could have...

    Some of it, yes. A remain labour could have campaigned on the values of internationalism, employment rights, environmentalism, trade and jobs to close the gap between North and south. A leave labour...
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    Last page, and the last couple of years of...

    Last page, and the last couple of years of posting. Literally any choice would have improved what happened tonight. Literally any other leader would have done better. We told you so. That does not...
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    You're done. Corbyn is done. You're allowed to...

    You're done. Corbyn is done. You're allowed to stop deluding yourself now.

    Even Ken thinks Corbyn fucked it.

    Of course Ken has also already blamed the Jews for tonight's loss, but that's not...
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    Standing for something is always better than...

    Don't think that would have helped, really. Leavers are much more spread out than remainers who live mostly in cities, and Labour going all in for remain would still lose them this election if the...
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    Clearly my declaration that John Mcdonnell could...

    Uh huh.[/QUOTE]

    Clearly my declaration that John Mcdonnell could have won this election is proof positive that I am in fact a cryptofascist out to sabotage the left.
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    Beyond the withdrawal deal? Yeah, he'll fudge the...

    Lol, you really think he'll get a different deal?[/QUOTE]

    Beyond the withdrawal deal? Yeah, he'll fudge the self imposed deadline and spend as long as he wants doing a closely integrated free...
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    You're confusing rage for celebration.

    If only that had been suggested at the time.

    Ed: Yep, even Gardiner isn't defending Corbyn. Corbyn, Len, Seumas and the whole lot of them must go.[/QUOTE]

    Well good, you won at something...
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    Ironically such a stonking loss for Labour might...

    Ironically such a stonking loss for Labour might deliver a softer brexit because now the naturally europhile Boris isn't beholden to the ERG.
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    If only that had been suggested at the time. ...

    If only that had been suggested at the time.

    Ed: Yep, even Gardiner isn't defending Corbyn. Corbyn, Len, Seumas and the whole lot of them must go.
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    It's sad, because he could have won this.

    It's a resignation speech.[/QUOTE]

    It's sad, because he could have won this.
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    Fucking hell even Mcdonnell isn't defending...

    Fucking hell even Mcdonnell isn't defending Jeremy and the Brexit strategy.
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    I bet Corbyn stays on.

    I bet Corbyn stays on.
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    Remember lads, it's all Owen Smith's fault.

    Remember lads, it's all Owen Smith's fault.
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    You're missing the point a bit. I'm not...

    You're missing the point a bit. I'm not criticising him for being an intellectual. I'm criticising him for pretending to be an intellectual. He would be a damned sight better off as a leader...
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    30 minute wait in my constituency at 20 past...

    30 minute wait in my constituency at 20 past seven, but it's safe as houses so there's not much to be read there.
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