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Corbyn 17:09 - Feb 6 with 5570 viewsDarran

Two months since Labour got trounced at the General Election and Magic Grampa is still leader and spokesman for the party.

What a fuçking shambles.
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Corbyn on 21:02 - Feb 6 with 923 viewsHighjack

Corbyn on 20:58 - Feb 6 by oh_tommy_tommy

Keir Starmer says he would bring back EU freedom of movement if he becomes Prime Minister.

That’s a great start .


How can he possibly lose with new exciting groundbreaking policies like that?

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Corbyn on 21:04 - Feb 6 with 918 viewswaynekerr55

Corbyn on 20:58 - Feb 6 by oh_tommy_tommy

Keir Starmer says he would bring back EU freedom of movement if he becomes Prime Minister.

That’s a great start .


People do realise that FOM is a reciprocal thing too...

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Corbyn on 21:05 - Feb 6 with 917 viewsPozuelosSideys

Corbyn on 20:58 - Feb 6 by oh_tommy_tommy

Keir Starmer says he would bring back EU freedom of movement if he becomes Prime Minister.

That’s a great start .


Great start for the blue team you mean?

The freedom of movement thing will be in the top 3 of most Leave voters list of issues. FFS Starmer is meant to be the sane one of the candidates.. lol

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Corbyn on 21:26 - Feb 6 with 886 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

Corbyn on 21:02 - Feb 6 by Highjack

How can he possibly lose with new exciting groundbreaking policies like that?


Indeed

People aren’t getting it

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Corbyn on 21:28 - Feb 6 with 877 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

Corbyn on 21:05 - Feb 6 by PozuelosSideys

Great start for the blue team you mean?

The freedom of movement thing will be in the top 3 of most Leave voters list of issues. FFS Starmer is meant to be the sane one of the candidates.. lol


It’s the top of the tree

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Corbyn on 01:31 - Feb 7 with 805 viewslonglostjack

Corbyn on 21:04 - Feb 6 by waynekerr55

People do realise that FOM is a reciprocal thing too...


Nah, it’s just a one way street with people flocking to the UK from the EU to take advantage of the NHS and take the jobs away from the natives. You’ll be hard pressed to find any Brit moving in the other direction. 🤫

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(No subject) (n/t) on 01:32 - Feb 7 with 805 viewslonglostjack

Corbyn on 21:04 - Feb 6 by waynekerr55

People do realise that FOM is a reciprocal thing too...



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Corbyn on 07:25 - Feb 7 with 773 viewspikeypaul

Darren,what are you talking about.they won did you not hear.😂😂😂😂

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Corbyn on 08:06 - Feb 7 with 761 viewswaynekerr55

Corbyn on 01:31 - Feb 7 by longlostjack

Nah, it’s just a one way street with people flocking to the UK from the EU to take advantage of the NHS and take the jobs away from the natives. You’ll be hard pressed to find any Brit moving in the other direction. 🤫


Yeah, they take the jobs and all the benefits. Go figure...

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Corbyn on 08:30 - Feb 7 with 751 viewsLohengrin

Corbyn on 21:28 - Feb 6 by oh_tommy_tommy

It’s the top of the tree


You do have to wonder at it, Tom? He’s like a man racing at the front then twenty yards from the line decides to start hopping.

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Corbyn on 11:46 - Feb 7 with 692 viewsWarwickHunt

Corbyn on 08:30 - Feb 7 by Lohengrin

You do have to wonder at it, Tom? He’s like a man racing at the front then twenty yards from the line decides to start hopping.


Don’t underestimate the bunny vote.
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Corbyn on 12:15 - Feb 7 with 679 viewsHighjack

Becky Long Bailey now wants to give us the right to be able to switch off our phones when we’re at home. With these groundbreaking policies being announced on a daily basis it’s going to be a close race.

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Corbyn on 12:27 - Feb 7 with 669 viewsEbo

Corbyn on 20:37 - Feb 6 by Catullus

At least Starmer took a position on brexit, didn't he? Wasn't he pro remain? I'd rather someone who will at least say where they stand on something.


Comes from a law background like Blair. As soon as he gets in we will be in center left hell. A tory light party. F uck that.

Thank you, goodnight and bollocks
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Corbyn on 12:28 - Feb 7 with 669 viewsexiledclaseboy

Corbyn on 12:15 - Feb 7 by Highjack

Becky Long Bailey now wants to give us the right to be able to switch off our phones when we’re at home. With these groundbreaking policies being announced on a daily basis it’s going to be a close race.


I know you like to satirise for apparent comic effect but that’s not what she said is it?
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Corbyn on 12:30 - Feb 7 with 666 viewsexiledclaseboy

Corbyn on 12:27 - Feb 7 by Ebo

Comes from a law background like Blair. As soon as he gets in we will be in center left hell. A tory light party. F uck that.


Yeah, far better to continue with the hard left socialist party that ensures Labour never gets elected again. That’s what the people need.

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Corbyn on 12:33 - Feb 7 with 662 viewsLeonWasGod

Whatever you say about this Long-Bailey person, she looks the ideal candidate to carry forward Corbyn's legacy...

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Corbyn on 12:37 - Feb 7 with 660 viewsHighjack

Corbyn on 12:28 - Feb 7 by exiledclaseboy

I know you like to satirise for apparent comic effect but that’s not what she said is it?
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Take it up with the Independent. Not me.

"Labour leadership candidate Rebecca Long-Bailey will pledge to help end the 24/7 work culture by giving employees the right not to be contacted outside working hours.

The shadow business secretary will on Friday commit to giving workers the freedom to switch off phones so they do not have to be anxious about receiving emails and calls during leisure time."

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Corbyn on 12:41 - Feb 7 with 656 viewsexiledclaseboy

Corbyn on 12:37 - Feb 7 by Highjack

Take it up with the Independent. Not me.

"Labour leadership candidate Rebecca Long-Bailey will pledge to help end the 24/7 work culture by giving employees the right not to be contacted outside working hours.

The shadow business secretary will on Friday commit to giving workers the freedom to switch off phones so they do not have to be anxious about receiving emails and calls during leisure time."


There you go. Well done for providing the correct context at the second attempt.

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Corbyn on 12:43 - Feb 7 with 651 viewsAce_Jack

Corbyn on 12:30 - Feb 7 by exiledclaseboy

Yeah, far better to continue with the hard left socialist party that ensures Labour never gets elected again. That’s what the people need.


What we need is a Labour party thats completely repellent to people who are already sypathetic like me.

People who can only see the world from the prism of glorious Corbynite socialism vs Tory lite are too immature to be allowed anywhere near forming a government. Its no suprise we got hammered.

I'll be voting for Nandy anyway because she's been by far the best media performer and shes not afraid to say what needs to be said. Starmer will be getting my second preference because of how much the hard left hate him, and at this stage that can only be a good thing.
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Corbyn on 13:04 - Feb 7 with 633 viewsEbo

Corbyn on 12:30 - Feb 7 by exiledclaseboy

Yeah, far better to continue with the hard left socialist party that ensures Labour never gets elected again. That’s what the people need.


Hard left lol

People actually found Corbyn's policies popular but the Murdoch press made him the most smeared politician I have ever seen.

Some of those policies will no doubt be taken up by Boris to claim as his own. Northern Rail being a prime example.
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Thank you, goodnight and bollocks
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Corbyn on 13:28 - Feb 7 with 621 viewsHighjack

Corbyn on 12:41 - Feb 7 by exiledclaseboy

There you go. Well done for providing the correct context at the second attempt.


The context is she wants to legalise something that is and always has been legal. There is no law against ignoring emails or not answering the phone or a text. If there was I would be serving a couple of life sentences now.

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Corbyn on 14:03 - Feb 7 with 601 viewsAce_Jack

Corbyn on 13:04 - Feb 7 by Ebo

Hard left lol

People actually found Corbyn's policies popular but the Murdoch press made him the most smeared politician I have ever seen.

Some of those policies will no doubt be taken up by Boris to claim as his own. Northern Rail being a prime example.
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Which policies has Keir said he was abandoning?

On public ownership, the choice for Labour leader looks uniform across the board.
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Corbyn on 14:08 - Feb 7 with 596 viewsexiledclaseboy

Corbyn on 13:28 - Feb 7 by Highjack

The context is she wants to legalise something that is and always has been legal. There is no law against ignoring emails or not answering the phone or a text. If there was I would be serving a couple of life sentences now.


It’s not about legalising anything. It’s giving workers legal protection against being punished or disadvantaged for not being available 24/7 to answer calls and/or emails. I’m not saying whether it’s needed or not but I’d imagine there are people working for less scrupulous employers who may welcome such protection. The article you keep selectively quoting from mentions that a similar law has recently been introduced in France. And for the record, if I had any votes in the Labour leadership election, which I don’t, none of the, would be going to Long-Bailey.

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Corbyn on 14:09 - Feb 7 with 594 viewsexiledclaseboy

Corbyn on 13:04 - Feb 7 by Ebo

Hard left lol

People actually found Corbyn's policies popular but the Murdoch press made him the most smeared politician I have ever seen.

Some of those policies will no doubt be taken up by Boris to claim as his own. Northern Rail being a prime example.
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Yeah the manifesto was so popular it led Labour to its worst election result in living memory.

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Corbyn on 14:18 - Feb 7 with 588 viewsLohengrin

Corbyn on 14:09 - Feb 7 by exiledclaseboy

Yeah the manifesto was so popular it led Labour to its worst election result in living memory.


Relatively speaking it went completely unread. The face on the cover ensured it remained on the shelf.

For what it’s worth I had no issue with three quarters of it.

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