What now the Labour Party?

I'm leaning towards Wrecker Wrong Daily, she's following the Korbyn model for wild and whacky Marxism that appeals to the under-16s and the lifelong adolescent sixth form politicians.
Very good choice if I may make so bold sir. Please don't forget that Becky comes with a deputy of almost equal brilliance and leadership qualities. In case you're wondering which of the current contenders could possibly stand out from the others it is, of course, the very fragrant essence of Northern Lasses, Grangela! Don't let the fact that she's a granny put you off, she a LOT younger than most.
 

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Most of them are proxies for enemies of Britain. Which dictator or terrorist would you vote for and why?
That leaves Phillips and Nandy as moderates.
Don't go for Nandy. She did very well being interviewed by Brillo last night and handled his bullying quite nicely and sounded very sensible. Not too sure about her retaining some of the nationalisation scheme but at least she was clear what she would do it not do.

Mind you, with a booster step, she would look quite nice leaning over the Despatch Box.
 
Don't go for Nandy. She did very well being interviewed by Brillo last night and handled his bullying quite nicely and sounded very sensible. Not too sure about her retaining some of the nationalisation scheme but at least she was clear what she would do it not do.

Mind you, with a booster step, she would look quite nice leaning over the Despatch Box.
Lisa is closer to what they need rather than what they deserve. Perhaps she could start a new party and give it a distinctive name. Something that doesn't have any awkward baggage attached to it. How about "New Labour"?

:lol:
 
I'd like to give a big thank you for watching my six, chaps. It is sincerely appreciated.
 
Why Labour lost
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John gives his assessment of what factors combined to give Labour their result and shed voters to other parties.
He also mentions demographics, specifically the younger voters on the left vs the older Conservative voters. By 2030 there won't be so many of them around. A counter to John's point is that sometimes the youngsters wake up and realise that Utopian socialism is a con. I suspect that the centre is where any movement should flow to but there will be competition for that centre and Labour in it's current state isn't in the game.

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Meanwhile, the usual suspects are in complete denial. St Jeremy did nothing wrong. Labour doesn't have a problem with anti-antisemitism. Novara Media know what's best for Putin the UK.

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Very good choice if I may make so bold sir. Please don't forget that Becky comes with a deputy of almost equal brilliance and leadership qualities. In case you're wondering which of the current contenders could possibly stand out from the others it is, of course, the very fragrant essence of Northern Lasses, Grangela! Don't let the fact that she's a granny put you off, she a LOT younger than most.
She's a granny, you say? I can certainly live with that, the dirty GILF.
 
So the Labour leader run off is

millionaire Sir Kier Starner
Millionairess Lady Nugee
and Wrong-Dailey
 
"run off" is an interesting expression. There are others. :lol:
Lisa is still in it to win it though.
Even 'run'. I don't know about Keir, but the thought of any of the others running anywhere is ludicrously hilarious.
 
So the Labour leader run off is

millionaire Sir Kier Starner
Millionairess Lady Nugee
and Wrong-Dailey
Possible millionaire Wrong-Daily, house worth about 600K, hubby in high flying job, so it's a maybe
 
Even 'run'. I don't know about Keir, but the thought of any of the others running anywhere is ludicrously hilarious.
Just don't think of Col Lady Nugee running along the beach in a swimsuit Baywatch style
 
Her peanut butter like miasma oozing into your sinuses and lungs, drowning you slowly...
 
Lisa is closer to what they need rather than what they deserve. Perhaps she could start a new party and give it a distinctive name. Something that doesn't have any awkward baggage attached to it. How about "New Labour"?

:lol:
And suggest the Scottish branch is called "Thistle Labour" just to have everyone in hysterics when she tries to pronounce it
 

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