Labour MP dies,another by-election challenge for Cyclops

#3
Gutted.

There were some far more deserving cases.
 
#5
He can wait up to 6 months before a by-election is necessary; therefore, no by-election will be called, no embarrassment for the Dear Leader. He'll put it in the 'Too Hard' box, for Dave to deal with in May.
 
#7
Two things. Brown does not have to hold a by-election so he won't. He has previous for body swerving any form of election that allows the general public to have a say.

Re the death of the MP, this is not the NAAFI, he was by all accounts a decent example of an MP and his family do not need to read or be made aware of some of the stuff published in this thread.

To put my cards on the table, I cannot wait for the Labour Omni shambles to be voted out of government and in no way support the labour party, this does not mean that I agree with mocking the dead because he is a labour politician.
 
#8
Thread edited. As O_n_F and Helfyrr highlighted, it's not the Naafi Bar.

Thanks

PTP
 
#9
Agree it is unlikely that Brown will risk a by-election defeat.

However it does mean that the good people of Leicestershire North West will be unrepresented for months.

Odo
 

diplomat

MIA
Book Reviewer
#10
I agree.

Gordon will try his damn hardest to duck this one!

"Save public money, general election due soon after blah blah bah blah bah".
 
#11
Yes..... McBroone must be feeling the 'Winds of Time' around his nether regions.... report in the 'Daily Hate' that 5 senior Cabinet members.... StrawmanJack, Meddlesome Peter, Harriette Horemoan, Captain Darling and one or two others may be plotting to request McDoom to p*ss-off soon before the next Gen election.... :p

The more bitching withing McCycleclips cabinet... the better..... hooray...!!
 
#12
uncle_vanya said:
Yes..... McBroone must be feeling the 'Winds of Time' around his nether regions.... report in the 'Daily Hate' that 5 senior Cabinet members.... StrawmanJack, Meddlesome Peter, Harriette Horemoan, Captain Darling and one or two others may be plotting to request McDoom to p*ss-off soon before the next Gen election.... :p

The more bitching withing McCycleclips cabinet... the better..... hooray...!!
Soon before? That's not how it works. It's suicide to change leader going into a GE. Sounds like the Hate confusing news with fanciful thinking again...
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

LE
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#13
Victorian_Major said:
uncle_vanya said:
Yes..... McBroone must be feeling the 'Winds of Time' around his nether regions.... report in the 'Daily Hate' that 5 senior Cabinet members.... StrawmanJack, Meddlesome Peter, Harriette Horemoan, Captain Darling and one or two others may be plotting to request McDoom to p*ss-off soon before the next Gen election.... :p

The more bitching withing McCycleclips cabinet... the better..... hooray...!!
Soon before? That's not how it works. It's suicide to change leader going into a GE. Sounds like the Hate confusing news with fanciful thinking again...
I agree V_M. Labour would be mad to pass another budget and to cram a leadership competition in before March would be suicidal.
 
#14
uncle_vanya said:
Yes..... McBroone must be feeling the 'Winds of Time' around his nether regions.... report in the 'Daily Hate' that 5 senior Cabinet members.... StrawmanJack, Meddlesome Peter, Harriette Horemoan, Captain Darling and one or two others may be plotting to request McDoom to p*ss-off soon before the next Gen election.... :p

The more bitching withing McCycleclips cabinet... the better..... hooray...!!
Could you please post that again in a language resembling English 8O
 

seaweed

LE
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#15
Ceaucescu thought the crowd were cheering FOR him. Gordon has also long ago crossed the line from self-belief to self-delusion.
 
#16
Yes, it would be unusual to have a leadership contest just before an election. However, I think this lot have come round to the fact that not only will they be defeated with Brown in charge, they will be absolutely hammered. Finding someone with integrity (if that's possible with this lot) may mean the defeat won't be quite so bad. Trying to get Brown to go without a messy leadership battle, now that is a challenge. Maybe leave on grounds of ill health?
 
#17
exbleep said:
Yes, it would be unusual to have a leadership contest just before an election. However, I think this lot have come round to the fact that not only will they be defeated with Brown in charge, they will be absolutely hammered. Finding someone with integrity (if that's possible with this lot) may mean the defeat won't be quite so bad. Trying to get Brown to go without a messy leadership battle, now that is a challenge. Maybe leave on grounds of ill health?
It's astonishing. Andrew Marr a few weeks ago almost gave the Labour Party an opportunity to ditch Gordon Brown by asking about his use of anti-depressants but GB feels that he's spent so long waiting for the top job he's going to take his time screwing it up - despite the fact that in his screwing it up, he screws up the entire country with it.

In short, it strikes me that Gordon Brown is a selfish, spoilt brat of a child who is essentially sulking and destroying the country to get back at a (perceived) sleight against him by Tony Blair.
 
#18
Odo_de_StAmand said:
Agree it is unlikely that Brown will risk a by-election defeat.

However it does mean that the good people of Leicestershire North West will be unrepresented for months.

Odo
The rest of us have been unrepresented by this shower of sh1te for 12 years!!
 
#19
bristolmod said:
Odo_de_StAmand said:
Agree it is unlikely that Brown will risk a by-election defeat.

However it does mean that the good people of Leicestershire North West will be unrepresented for months.

Odo
The rest of us have been unrepresented by this shower of sh1te for 12 years!!
Now that is what I call a perceptive post - over twelve years of dogma directed drivel purporting to be government.
 

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