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  • greenlake
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  • sal
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    Originally posted by AtW View Post
    Labour should seek to deliver a Brexit deal if the party won an election before the UK left the EU.”
    Pretty slim chance of that. Until Brexit is delivered (and maybe even after) the political spectrum is no longer left-center-right, it's remain-soft brexit-no deal Brexit. LibDem/SNP will cream the majority of remain voters - 30-40%, Brexit party will cream the no-deal votes and some soft brexit votes - 30-40% and the Tories and Labour will squabble for the remaining 20-40% since the former are to big of a pu**ies to have an official stand and the latter are just *******, who squandered 3 years.

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  • JohntheBike
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    Originally posted by BrilloPad View Post
    I just need 2 refs.....
    try grand masters in Wiki.

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  • BrilloPad
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    I just need 2 refs.....

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  • JohntheBike
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    Originally posted by NotAllThere View Post
    The Duke will arrange it.
    yes, so I gather, given his position in the organisation.

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  • NotAllThere
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    Originally posted by JohntheBike View Post
    I have a very astute friend who contends that UK elections are far more controlled than people give credit for. He maintains that Corbyn is such a threat to the UK in many ways, that Labour will not be allowed to win a general election whilst he is the leader of the party.
    The Duke will arrange it.

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  • JohntheBike
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    Originally posted by jamesbrown View Post
    If it’s a “Tory” Brexit, they’ll advocate remain, but if it’s a “Labour” Brexit, they’ll advocate leave.

    Classic.

    If the objective is to piss off everyone, Corbyn’s played a blinder
    I have a very astute friend who contends that UK elections are far more controlled than people give credit for. He maintains that Corbyn is such a threat to the UK in many ways, that Labour will not be allowed to win a general election whilst he is the leader of the party. I have no idea how he can claim this, but he does have some influential associates. I guess someone is maintaining a Bismark book.

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  • jamesbrown
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    If it’s a “Tory” Brexit, they’ll advocate remain, but if it’s a “Labour” Brexit, they’ll advocate leave.

    Classic.

    If the objective is to piss off everyone, Corbyn’s played a blinder

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  • meridian
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    “We will seek to deliver Brexit, and then hold a referendum on it and campaign against our own deal”

    Muppets.

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  • Mordac
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    Probably too late, but

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