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Corbyn

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2 hours ago, NewNiceMrMe said:

I think the pollsters have yet again got it terribly wrong.

I still expect a Tory landslide.

Well that's that then. 

Labour victory is now nailed on!

 

:roflmao:

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23 hours ago, Cuprabob said:

Speaking of Presidents, are you going to pop along to see Obama as he's in Edinburgh?

No, not at £5k a table!

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Although there is no doubt Mrs May will win the election, I wonder if she now regrets calling a General Election as her stock seems to have reduced considerably whereas Corbyn's has increased a bit.

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Master of understatement, there. :roflmao:

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I fear Corbyn will win so have this link saved :) the gap has closed so much and so many people seem happy to be getting free money or more free money from Labour 

 

https://www.newzealandnow.govt.nz/node/475?ds_lp_arm0=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.newzealandnow.govt.nz%2Fnode%2F475&ds_lp_arm1=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.newzealandnow.govt.nz%2Fnode%2F1285&gclid=CN3KyLXUo9QCFRS6GwodF74Gzg&gclsrc=aw.ds

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At a time when we need to be as competitive as possible as a country Labour getting in would be a disaster. This isn't the Blarite middle ground party of old that still did a fairly big dent in the economy. This is a far left wing socialist party effectively run by unions more than ever before.

If Corbyn has a sniff of getting in with the opinion poles expect the markets to take a big hit and that will only be the beginning. With taxes up on business and with trade with Europe being uncertain the currently strong growth and confidence indexes will take a nose dive with an obvious knock on effect.

The country will be run by a second class cabinet as most of the first choice don't want to work for him having resigned from his incompetent running of his own party. 

A strong and one sided view maybe but one some a starting to be very worried about and that before you add opinions on IRA links that I personally find shocking to have for someone running the UK. 

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8 hours ago, CarMad said:

The country will be run by an unknown/untested cabinet as most of the first choice don't want to work for him having resigned from his incompetent running of his own party. 

FTFY

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If Corbyn won (he won't) I suspect you'd suddenly find lots of senior PLP members rushing to his side looking for cabinet jobs now they're not in opposition. The opportunity of actual power can have a curious effect on the memory. 

By the way, can anybody name a member of the current Conservative cabinet that they consider to be competent?

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6 minutes ago, garcon magnifique said:

If Corbyn won (he won't) I suspect you'd suddenly find lots of senior PLP members rushing to his side looking for cabinet jobs now they're not in opposition. The opportunity of actual power can have a curious effect on the memory. 

By the way, can anybody name a member of the current Conservative cabinet that they consider to be competent?

 

You're suggesting that Borris isn't the clinical political colossus I thought he was?

Edited by billy2shots
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'Right Jeremy, let's try again shall we? If you have 262 seats, and Theresa has 318 seats, who won the election?'

 

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