New Labour Leadership

One thing to note: He was the second senior solicitor in charge of Pte Clegg Parachute Regt Defence Team, and with his boss he successfully got Pte Clegg off the charge. We have a very different man than Jeremy Corbyn, who would not have not given a flying Fuuck about Pte Clegg. Good Governments need a strong opposition; I hope we have one; however one that I hope never to be voted into power.
That should get Momentum chewing the carpet for a start.
 
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One thing to note: He was the second senior solicitor in charge of Pte Clegg Parachute Regt Defence Team, and with his boss he successfully got Pte Clegg off the charge. We have a very different man than Jeremy Corbyn, who woulf have not given a flying Fuuck about Pte Clegg. Good Governments need a strong opposition; I hope we have one; however one that I hope never to be voted into power.
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We do need a good opposition. However, we need a pro British oppo thats colour, sexuality and gender blind and stops seeking out minority pressure groups for support. It has to focus on meritocracy.
Now, if they are the more realistic, the better led, and the more focused on what worries me at the time, then possibly I'd vote for them. I can't vote for a party who want to make me feel guilty about things that happened and were over way before I was born, ( slavery ) my family background ( middle class ) or my race ( Pale, Male and Stale ) or consider if my sexuality would skew the stats too much just to be woke.
 
QUOTE="overopensights, post: 9939610, member: 61963"]
One thing to note: He was the second senior solicitor in charge of Pte Clegg Parachute Regt Defence Team, and with his boss he successfully got Pte Clegg off the charge. We have a very different man than Jeremy Corbyn, who woulf have not given a flying Fuuck about Pte Clegg. Good Governments need a strong opposition; I hope we have one; however one that I hope never to be voted into power.
We do need a good opposition. However, we need a pro British oppo thats colour, sexuality and gender blind and stops seeking out minority pressure groups for support. It has to focus on meritocracy.
Now, if they are the more realistic, the better led, and the more focused on what worries me at the time, then possibly I'd vote for them. I can't vote for a party who want to make me feel guilty about things that happened and were over way before I was born, ( slavery ) my family background ( middle class ) or my race ( Pale, Male and Stale ) or consider if my sexuality would skew the stats too much just to be woke.
[/QUOTE]They couldn't even manage that under Blair/Brown. It certainly wont happen under Starmer's leadership.
It isn't even as if Starmer has apologised for labour returning to the far left under Corbyn is it?
Like I've already mentioned. He (Starmer) is just a better educated and polished version of Corbyn.
 
One thing to note: He was the second senior solicitor in charge of Pte Clegg Parachute Regt Defence Team, and with his boss he successfully got Pte Clegg off the charge. We have a very different man than Jeremy Corbyn, who would not have not given a flying Fuuck about Pte Clegg. Good Governments need a strong opposition; I hope we have one; however one that I hope never to be voted into power.
Did he do it pro bono?
 

Truxx

LE
Three times now I have posted "well done Sir Kier" on the facebook momentum page and three times it has been deleted.
I am sure that there are some here who could help.

I want to hack the momentum page on facebook and change the banner from

"Momentum for the many"

to

"Momentum for the manny"

Oi vey.
 
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wafubustard

War Hero
It is a good job labour have someone in charge now who can do a decent job.

Like prosecute John Worboys for 12 sex attacks and not the 75 he was accused of. This allowed Worboys to be released early.

He was DPP, head of the CPS at the time Jimmy savile could have been prosecuted but for some reason they failed to do so.

He did insist on prosecuting someone a joke made on twitter

The bloke is a bell end in my opinion.

Starmer's Litany of Failure as Director of Public Prosecutions - Guido Fawkes
 
Grandpa won't go back to back benches cos he'll be slated on the first vote by labour when he will object and/or vote against it. :cool:
Once Parliaments back the stupid old cnut will try and sit on the front bench only to be led away by the flabbopotamus in a parody of young Mr Grace and his nubile nurse...
 
XRW anti-Momentum piss taking aside, I think today has marked the beginning of a new, exciting chapter in Momentum's battle for a fairer, more socialist society. With Sir Kier Starmer OBE at the helm, we have a re-invigorated party that truly represents the working class. And it will be a competent party, drawing on the experience of Dianne Abbot (our Shadow Diabetes Minister) and Dear Leader Jeremy Corbyn.
We have a tough battle ahead, and we need your help to win. Spread the word. Donate lots of money to Momentum. Thank you.
 


His priorities as newly elected Labour leader make interesting reading. The nod to his paymasters, and the far left was to be expected.
Given his predecessors limp performance as leader of HM Opposition, I am bitterly disappointed to see his priority for holding government to account, appears at number 10 on his list of pledges.
I suppose the fact that he mentioned it at all should be celebrated?

We shall see.
 
And so it begins....
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Tyk

LE
That's interesting (as well as a work of fantasy) on many points, not the least being a "coup", surely that's taking over power in a country and Labour are a very long way from power, in fact it's likely that barring some monumental screwup by the Conservatives that Labour won't be in power for at least 1 if not considerably more electoral cycles.
 

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