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Chuka Umunna

Post by Guest on Sat Mar 11, 2017 12:49 am




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Post by Guest on Sat Mar 11, 2017 1:00 am

Next labour leader!!!!!!!

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Post by Guest on Sat Mar 11, 2017 9:33 am

Just another Tony clone, a male version of Hilary Clinton, far too many connections with the establishment.

Im hoping Corbyn will grow in popularity, as soon as the PLP learn how to spine up and accept the reality or move on!

Corbyn must continue to extol socialist values in an entrepreneurial environment, its the only way forward!

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Post by Irn Bru on Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:49 pm

scrat wrote:Just another Tony clone, a male version of Hilary Clinton, far too many connections with the establishment.

Im hoping Corbyn will grow in popularity, as soon as the PLP learn how to spine up and accept the reality or move on!

Corbyn must continue to extol socialist values in an entrepreneurial environment, its the only way forward!

Wasn't he the MP that stood down from the first Labour leadership election to allow Jeremy Corbyn to replace him on the ballot paper?

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Post by Guest on Sun Mar 12, 2017 3:27 pm

Irn Bru wrote:

Wasn't he the MP that stood down from the first Labour leadership election to allow Jeremy Corbyn to replace him on the ballot paper?

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Yeah, Chuka, Jarvis and a few others bottled out, because they knew Labour were fucked, they'd lost Scotland and they'd lost the working man's vote.

Looking from the outside in, there was never any chance of Corbyn winning too many events would need to conspire for him to have a chance in hell of leading Labour, the strange thing is, all these events did conspire, he landed with enough nominations with two minutes to go, in what Margaret Beckett described as an after thought to appease the left, suddenly he got his act together and a new way forward was ventured.

I think it's the greatest event in British politics in my lifetime, he's so genuine and decent I only hope that enough people will begin to see that and appreciate the sea change he would bring.

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