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Re: labour manifesto

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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Paphitis » Thu Nov 28, 2019 1:34 pm

Just gets better and better with Labour now targeting leave seats. Oh dear! Is Labour going to become a BREXIT now?

Flip flop flip flop they are all over the place. The swamp drain fest is going to be tremendous. :lol:

Tories looking at a 70 seat majority! :lol:

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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 30, 2019 1:29 am

here is a very interesting interview. brillo pad has got b'stard running for the chicken coop. the boy will not attend an interview with him unless mamma is there to to slap brillos wrists. and here is corbyn who had no such dears and this man too. tell him what its all about barry.

enjoy.

https://www.facebook.com/PeoplesMomentum/videos/593505038086395/
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Re: labour manifesto

Postby cyprusgrump » Sat Nov 30, 2019 4:32 pm

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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 30, 2019 5:08 pm

lets face it by the time the election takes place b'stard will look even more stupid than may and that's saying something. he is scared to debate.
i wonder why?
he is shit and he knows it.

he asked the bbc if marr can interview him and bbc told him unless he is scrubbed down by brrilloface he aint going to be interviewed by marr.

interestingly a tory ministerrishi sunak claimed that under the tories debt is lower. in which assholing universe a 1 billion debt rising upto 1.8 billion is lower.

it must be that white powder they are taking.

but this tops the lot. i got news for you swinehound. the cat is in the box is alive and out of the box.

tory mps do not like the poor or the nhs. the people now believe it and it is true. let this old cat tell you all about it.

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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 05, 2019 10:15 pm

here is what jc does on christmas day. what can be more important.
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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Lordo » Mon Dec 09, 2019 1:56 am

now thats a promise. austerity will end in 100 days.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2019-50704546
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Re: labour manifesto

Postby Paphitis » Tue Dec 10, 2019 12:35 am

Lordo wrote:lets face it by the time the election takes place b'stard will look even more stupid than may and that's saying something. he is scared to debate.
i wonder why?
he is shit and he knows it.

he asked the bbc if marr can interview him and bbc told him unless he is scrubbed down by brrilloface he aint going to be interviewed by marr.

interestingly a tory ministerrishi sunak claimed that under the tories debt is lower. in which assholing universe a 1 billion debt rising upto 1.8 billion is lower.

it must be that white powder they are taking.

but this tops the lot. i got news for you swinehound. the cat is in the box is alive and out of the box.

tory mps do not like the poor or the nhs. the people now believe it and it is true. let this old cat tell you all about it.



He doesn't need any more debates.

No unnecessary risk or surprises. He has it in the bag and all he needs to do is sit back and put the autopilot on.

Anyone in his position would do the same. he is much better off going to Labour Leave Constituencies and talk to the voters with his minders to shield him from stupid people and abour Plants who will ambush him like they did in that hospital when that lunatic was raving on about waiting times. He needs to avoid any clumsy media grabs.

You getting desperate now Lordo? You guys need the debate but Tories can do without at this stage 48 hours before people cast their votes.

You can accuse him of being scared all you like but the reality is he needs to play it smart because he has check mated you all. A debate will only give his babbling opponent, the stupid Corbynov an opportunity to pull a rabbit out of the hat. Boris will not risk it. Doesn't need to. Going to a debate now is just stupid.
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Re: labour manifesto

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Re: labour manifesto

Postby cyprusgrump » Wed Dec 11, 2019 1:51 pm

FIFTEEN FORMER LABOUR MPS SIGN LETTER SAYING DON’T VOTE LABOUR

Following yesterday’s YouGov MRP poll, which showed a hung parliament is now within the margin off error, fifteen former-Labour politicians, have put their names to an open letter that will run today as an ad in local papers across the north.

The letter, organised by Ian Austin’s Mainstream campaign, accuses the party of “antisemitism and extremism”, whilst being “weak on national security”. It concludes “Jeremy Corbyn: not fit to be Prime Minister.” Just one day to go…
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