The Labour Party are cockwombles .....

wld

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I don’t think anything can necessarily be read into someone liking a tweet, it could be you’re bookmarking it to read later, it can be done inadvertently etc. However, if Mr Corbyn had liked this tweet I suspect the usual suspects would have had him over the coals.

 

Winkytinky

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I don’t think anything can necessarily be read into someone liking a tweet, it could be you’re bookmarking it to read later, it can be done inadvertently etc. However, if Mr Corbyn had liked this tweet I suspect the usual suspects would have had him over the coals.

He's not having the best night tonight


Add to that HQ have now been trying to silence young Labour just like they have clps and in doing so inadvertently admited suspending the whip from Jeremy Corbyn is a "factional dispute"


You've also had Horror show Hodge going on a podcast claiming if you're anti capitalist you are by default anti semetic.

Absolute s*** show and all of their own making.
 

raefil

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I'll keep saying it. They all signed the 10 pledges dictated by the Board of Deputies. Labour is in a corner that it now cannot get out of.

No religious organisation should be dictating to a political party, ever.
 

sedgwick__7

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What's your opinion about this?

I've no particular beef with Beckett but I do have a massive issue that democracy clearly doesn't exist within the LP anymore.
I don’t know a great deal about Beckett and I’m not expert on the different factions of the left but I think these types of frictions were inevitable once Starmer became leader as he was always going to try to flood the party structure full of his allies, a bit like Corbyn tried to.

But I think it always seems to be the case that when the government is on the rocks or in crisis the Labour Party is too focussed on fighting amongst themselves.
 

Winkytinky

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I don’t know a great deal about Beckett and I’m not expert on the different factions of the left but I think these types of frictions were inevitable once Starmer became leader as he was always going to try to flood the party structure full of his allies, a bit like Corbyn tried to.

But I think it always seems to be the case that when the government is on the rocks or in crisis the Labour Party is too focussed on fighting amongst themselves.
I disagree, I don't think the devides where inevitable had he stuck to his word about being a unity candidate, he got a good proportion of the soft left membership vote in the hope someone with a good suit would put an acceptable face on policy issues.

He's literally taken a big fat dump on everything he said, he's made Corbyn the issue, he's literally pissed off everyone including the right wing vultures in the plp and the BOD. I can't even get into the fury I feel about what he's whipped his MPs into abstaining on. He literally couldn't have been any worse since he took over.
 
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