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    Where's our resident 'mon Scottish Labour chap to fight their corner here?


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    Scottish Labour, the gift that keeps on giving

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlesgaeHibby View Post
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    Where's our resident 'mon Scottish Labour chap to fight their corner here?

    He's maybe still reading this to get up to speed on British Labour in Scotland.

    https://wingsoverscotland.com/the-last-days-of-pompeii/


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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbageandribs1875 View Post
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    Scottish Labour, the gift that keeps on giving
    I saw wee Shug (with the racist views), on Sky, during the equal pay march in the weege, doing his...Honestly it's not me, I'm just a postie routine.

    I bet James Matthews had a redder after that interview when he was told who he was.

    How many jobs does Wee Shuggie have now?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo7 View Post
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    I saw wee Shug (with the racist views), on Sky, during the equal pay march in the weege, doing his...Honestly it's not me, I'm just a postie routine.

    I bet James Matthews had a redder after that interview when he was told who he was.

    How many jobs does Wee Shuggie have now?


    and he had the brass neck to address westminster with this p@sh "i want to build a UK that cares for all walks of life" Hypocrisy appears to be rife in the British Labour party lately

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    Now a police investigation into possible criminality in the Anti-semitic furore surrounding the Labour Party

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-46070229
    #Persevered
    Scotland can be a beacon, within these islands and beyond, for a socially just and sustainable society. Whilst there are many priorities which will require independence, there is also much that can and must be done now by the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    Now a police investigation into possible criminality in the Anti-semitic furore surrounding the Labour Party

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-46070229
    I suppose we need to let it run its course and see if anything floats to the top.


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    about time too https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-46414207 vile crooked violent b***h

    A Labour frontbencher has quit her role to "support family" after events surrounding her son's drugs conviction.

    Shadow International Development Secretary Kate Osamor stepped down weeks after she was reported to Parliament's standards watchdog.

    Her son Ishmael Osamor, 29, previously admitted to having £2,500-worth of drugs at last year's Bestival event in Dorset.


    Ms Osamor's resignation follows allegations in a national newspaper.


    one less nodding momentum head on the front bench at least

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    Imagine if this plonker ever got the chance to run the budget.


    https://www.thenational.scot/news/17.../?ref=mr&lp=10

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo7 View Post
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    Imagine if this plonker ever got the chance to run the budget.


    https://www.thenational.scot/news/17.../?ref=mr&lp=10

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo7 View Post
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    Imagine if this plonker ever got the chance to run the budget.


    https://www.thenational.scot/news/17.../?ref=mr&lp=10

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    Hee hee thatís a classic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo7 View Post
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    Imagine if this plonker ever got the chance to run the budget.


    https://www.thenational.scot/news/17.../?ref=mr&lp=10

    Mon Scottish Slavers
    But but but, they have fantastic leadership and will solve all of the problems in Scotland and have fantastic ideas and wonderful plans. We just don't know what they are. They are in a sorry state in Scotland and across the rest of the UK.
    Cant wait to see IGNSH/Tornadoes defend that one!!😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Agree, that's probably accurate. But I'm hoping and I'm confident Labour won't support Mays deal. There's no sensible political reason to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Agree, that's probably accurate. But I'm hoping and I'm confident Labour won't support Mays deal. There's no sensible political reason to do so.
    I so, so hope you're right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weecounty hibby View Post
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    But but but, they have fantastic leadership and will solve all of the problems in Scotland and have fantastic ideas and wonderful plans. We just don't know what they are. They are in a sorry state in Scotland and across the rest of the UK.
    Cant wait to see IGNSH/Tornadoes defend that one!!😂
    A resurgent Labour party under the very popular leader Jeremy Corbyn really puts the fear into you lot

    As I said to CWG politicians are particularly prone to misspeaking, remember when the snp stated the separation referendum was a once in a generation matter? Should still be around 26 years or so until the next one is even considered then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tornadoes70 View Post
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    A resurgent Labour party under the very popular leader Jeremy Corbyn really puts the fear into you lot

    As I said to CWG politicians are particularly prone to misspeaking, remember when the snp stated the separation referendum was a once in a generation matter? Should still be around 26 years or so until the next one is even considered then

    Mon Labour!!!
    I'm off to see the wizard, the wonderful wizard of oz. And it will be more believable than any of your post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tornadoes70 View Post
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    A resurgent Labour party under the very popular leader Jeremy Corbyn really puts the fear into you lot

    As I said to CWG politicians are particularly prone to misspeaking, remember when the snp stated the separation referendum was a once in a generation matter? Should still be around 26 years or so until the next one is even considered then

    Mon Labour!!!
    The game's up, given yourself away as a troll with that there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tornadoes70 View Post
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    A resurgent Labour party under the very popular leader Jeremy Corbyn really puts the fear into you lot

    As I said to CWG politicians are particularly prone to misspeaking, remember when the snp stated the separation referendum was a once in a generation matter? Should still be around 26 years or so until the next one is even considered then

    Mon Labour!!!
    I'd be delighted if there was any sign of resurgence in the Labour Party.

    However, there isn't.

    Something significant has to change, but you're complacent.
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    I'd be delighted if there was any sign of resurgence in the Labour Party.

    However, there isn't.

    Something significant has to change, but you're complacent.
    Jeremy's been very busy transforming the party since the first moment of taking over as leader. He's done brilliantly so far and is very popular especially resonating with younger idealist voters.

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    The game's up, given yourself away as a troll with that there.
    Most peculiar.

    I seem to recall you sounding me out some posts back.

    Pot and kettle methinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tornadoes70 View Post
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    Jeremy's been very busy transforming the party since the first moment of taking over as leader. He's done brilliantly so far and is very popular especially resonating with younger idealist voters.
    I know a few Labour party members and they are absolutely dismayed at Corbyn's leadership, particularly on Brexit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    I know a few Labour party members and they are absolutely dismayed at Corbyn's leadership, particularly on Brexit.
    People of all persuasions are dismayed with their parties stance on Brexit, such is the nature of the debate.

    One thing Corbyns leadership has done has boost party membership big time. The commitment to democratic socialism trumps all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tornadoes70 View Post
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    Jeremy's been very busy transforming the party since the first moment of taking over as leader. He's done brilliantly so far and is very popular especially resonating with younger idealist voters.
    Did you bother to look at those polls?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    People of all persuasions are dismayed with their parties stance on Brexit, such is the nature of the debate.

    One thing Corbyns leadership has done has boost party membership big time. The commitment to democratic socialism trumps all.
    I agree with the thrust of your post, Pete. I'm more pro-European than Corbyn, but I'm a socialist. I'm a Green, and the emphasis may be different, but I agree with the general direction of Corbyn. I agree he has improved Labour's fortunes despite the huge forces against him. The Green vote halved between the elections of 2015 and 2017, and, taking an educated guess, I would say much of that went to Labour under Corbyn. We on the left need to find some way of find consensus which would undo the harm of austerity and forty years of neoliberalism.
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    Did you bother to look at those polls?
    Polls can very often be misleading. In any case I support Labour with virtually the same constant positive optimistic outlook that I do with our beloved football club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    People of all persuasions are dismayed with their parties stance on Brexit, such is the nature of the debate.

    One thing Corbyns leadership has done has boost party membership big time. The commitment to democratic socialism trumps all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tornadoes70 View Post
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    Polls can very often be misleading. In any case I support Labour with virtually the same constant positive optimistic outlook that I do with our beloved football club.

    Mon Labour!!!
    Did you think Hibs were going to win the league when Terry Butcher was taking us steadily down the league to relegation?

    Positive optimism is brilliant, but it's just blind faith, and it doesn't really add anything to considered debate. It really is just sticking your fingers in your ears and blocking out anything you don't like.

    If Labour get Brexit wrong, they're toast. I might even burn my old membership cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    People of all persuasions are dismayed with their parties stance on Brexit, such is the nature of the debate.

    One thing Corbyns leadership has done has boost party membership big time. The commitment to democratic socialism trumps all.
    In Scotland? Maybe it has increased here, I've no idea but there a lot of disappointed Labour supporters out there, believe me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tornadoes70 View Post
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    Most peculiar.

    I seem to recall you sounding me out some posts back.

    Pot and kettle methinks.
    You've completely lost me now.

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