Comrade Corbyn to the fore - whither (or wither) the Labour Party?

Yes. I approve of bullying. Underpants and silly cards are sooo terrifying, aren't they? I bet you are shitting yourself. It'll be Chinese burns and nicking their HoC dinner money next. Gripper Corbyn is so scary.
Didn't some big black doorman bully you?
 
@ex_colonial he does not claim to be a worker, just a member of their class. Of course it could be argued that they are not members of the working class but are in fact members of the Benefits Class!
A couple of years' ago, 2Jags presented a series on the box about 'the Working Class'.
A highlight (forgetting for a second the shots of Prescott and his fragrant Missus playing croquet somewhere in the Home Counties) was a segment interviewing a gaggle of young 'ladies of colour' (as I believe they are termed in the modern idiot) on a S London estate.
To his question 'How does it feel to be Working Class', one replied: 'Wot you on about? I ain't working class. How can I be? I ain't never 'ad a job.'
 
Little known fact, there is quite a sizeable serving RNR community* in Malaysia/Singapore. Mate of mine is an RNR 2 ringer who's lived/worked out there for the last few years.

*As in doing their day jobs out there, but on the RNR's books, rather than out there doing an RNR job.
We both may know Pete then?


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Where one has to be careful is that any private pension is lumped together with the state pension and if the total is more than c £11000 pa, the excess is taxed at 20%.. I retired in 2009 at 65 years and my state pension was then around £140, it's now £170 but with my private pensions chucked in I pay around a tenner a week in tax. :cool:
I think but it’s obviously very personal, that if you can, you should take your private pension as a lump sum, and invest it. Not as a stipend.


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Not the first time Class War have been involved in intimidating kids. Here they are in the "Belly of the Beast", that is a public road next to Eton College.


As others have said, if the EDL turned up outside a Muslim school with a banner saying "Meet Your Future Executioners" the local police would be mowing down grannies on zebra crossings to get there and arrest everybody involved.
Well if you remember your threat assessment it has a lot to do with WILL and MEANS. The EDL I suspect have more form than CW in that respect, I think...


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I wonder if this moronic piece of filth understands the irony of his saying the protesters come from the "working class" in his harangue to camera @ about 2.00, when most, if not all, have never done a days work in their pointless lives!!
I made the point back around the 2015 (?) election that Labour is NOT the party of the working class, the stories are. Labour is the party for the not working class.


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Noticed this on order-order.com (Guido Fawkes) re MPs receiving death threats:

This week a number of MPs received anonymous threats to kill them and their families. Below is taken from the Mumsnet chatroom, and gives an insight into the targeting of MPs’ families:

Thing is, MPs get targeted at their homes quite a lot. This was rare because it was filmed.
And this article has numbers lower than reality as not MPs responded.
DH is an MP. My kids are not allowed to answer the phone, or answer the door. We have CCTV to check before we open the door. We had panic buttons installed & our home is on a police register. We have a fire-bomb proof letter box. I had to explain all this to the kids. I had to explain what happened to Jo Cox.
Yesterday an email threatening to kill MPs and their children was sent to lots of MPs.
I’m alone at home with the kids during the week. It can get scary. Other MPs wives have had people hammering on the door shouting abuse in the middle of the night.
Full article here:

MP's Wife on Mumsnet Gives Insight into Harassment as MPs Emailed Death Threats -
 
A couple of years' ago, 2Jags presented a series on the box about 'the Working Class'.
A highlight (forgetting for a second the shots of Prescott and his fragrant Missus playing croquet somewhere in the Home Counties) was a segment interviewing a gaggle of young 'ladies of colour' (as I believe they are termed in the modern idiot) on a S London estate.
To his question 'How does it feel to be Working Class', one replied: 'Wot you on about? I ain't working class. How can I be? I ain't never 'ad a job.'
Pray tell what Lord Prescott would know about being working class?.
 

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He was a bar steward. Say it quickly.
 
He was a bar steward. Say it quickly.
And his life was ruined because he failed his 11+. Trodden down by those grammar school posh kids who have all the contacts. Luckily Ruskin saw the good in him and gave him a degree in cocktail making.


Not all of the above may be true.
 

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