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

Or is there an internal struggle now underway in the Labour party for power? remember the talk of Magic Grandads health problems a few weeks ago? perhaps something in it?
Magic Granpa must be getting worried about friends bearing ice axes
 

Auld-Yin

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Whither the Labour Party (or should that be Momentum?)?


What an absolute shame, innit! :cool:

Maybe CW could hold his meeting on Brighton Beach as he is a bit of a Cnut but not a King.
 

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It would seem that JC is stirring the pot and spouting lies or miss information to muddy the water.
No deal during election 'anti-democratic' - Corbyn
"Forcing through no-deal against a decision of Parliament, and denying the choice to the voters in a general election already under way, would be an unprecedented, unconstitutional and anti-democratic abuse of power by a prime minister elected not by the public but by a small number of unrepresentative Conservative Party members,"
You would think that after 30 odd years in the house JC would know that we have never elected a PM.

It would seem that the plan was to hold a no confidence vote in Sept. To ensure that Brexit did not go through due to GE which the no confidence vote could cause they are now demanding that major decisions are not taken during the campaign. But as the decision to leave was taken 2 years ago this idea falls a bit flat. His (JC) other idea is to ask for a further extension which a number of EU countries will not like.

I get the feeling that these people think that the UK is the only one that controls Brexit and that the EU will happily toe JC's line.

Edited to add link to BBC page.
 
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Whither the Labour Party (or should that be Momentum?)?


What an absolute shame, innit! :cool:

Maybe CW could hold his meeting on Brighton Beach as he is a bit of a Cnut but not a King.
Now that's funny. XRW jew-hating firebrand no-platformed in watermelonny, moonbat Brighton? You really couldn't make it up.
 
"Forcing through no-deal against a decision of Parliament,"
Uuuummm parliament decided 2 things 1) To trigger Article 50 and 2) To leave the EU. There were no caveats about good deals, hard deals, soft deals, no deals.
 

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Id like to meet McDonnell down a dark alley one day to see if he can back up his violent revolutionary and terrorist supporting rhetoric.

I reckon I could have him crying just by snapping his Waitrose club card.
I once saw a right-on, socialist supporter of Irish "freedom fighters" get into an argument with a serving soldier in a bar in west London over how such terrorist actions as bombing innocent people were completely justifiable...

Despite being warned by the landlord not to push his luck the trendy young thing insisted on telling the soldier that such violence was justified.

Outside the bar he went down like a sack of spuds when said soldier asked how how he felt about being attacked for no reason and then stuck the nut on him...

Edited to add that this was back in the mid 80s...
 
Uuuummm parliament decided 2 things 1) To trigger Article 50 and 2) To leave the EU. There were no caveats about good deals, hard deals, soft deals, no deals.
Cheers, Gina Miller! It's almost like they didn't know what they were voting for . . .
 
Caroline Lucas? Caroline fcuking Lucas?!!
Westminster truly has gone mad.
Yep, can really see Tory remainers going with that one!
 
Yep, can really see Tory remainers going with that one!
Some of them would vote Corbyn in if it still meant paying Danegeld to their EU masters
 

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Id like to meet McDonnell down a dark alley one day to see if he can back up his violent revolutionary and terrorist supporting rhetoric.

I reckon I could have him crying just by snapping his Waitrose club card.
The truly insidious part of McDonnell is how he presents ‘direct action’ (violence) as entirely reasonable. Yet when BoJo gave him a slight verbal mauling in the House the other week it was all he could do to not flounce out.

The man is a weapons-grade ar5e.
 
It would seem that JC is stirring the pot and spouting lies or miss information to muddy the water.
No deal during election 'anti-democratic' - Corbyn


You would think that after 30 odd years in the house JC would know that we have never elected a PM.

It would seem that the plan was to hold a no confidence vote in Sept. To ensure that Brexit did not go through due to GE which the no confidence vote could cause they are now demanding that major decisions are not taken during the campaign. But as the decision to leave was taken 2 years ago this idea falls a bit flat. His (JC) other idea is to ask for a further extension which a number of EU countries will not like.

I get the feeling that these people think that the UK is the only one that controls Brexit and that the EU will happily toe JC's line.

Edited to add link to BBC page.
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Super Grandad is backing himself into a corner, if or as I fear when Brexit does not happen, the finger will be pointed fair and square to the old boy as the person and party responsible. Brexit is not going to go away and Brexit Party and BoJo will have been given the key to the ammunition store.
 

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