The new Dianne Abbott appreciation thread

The new Dianne Abbott appreciation thread

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andy43

5,959 posts

191 months

Wednesday 17th May 2017
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funkyrobot said:
andy43 said:
ReallyReallyGood said:
Just can't help keeping hard left....
Is it Techiedave who wants to give her something hard?
I think techiedave would be concentrating more on the centre ground.
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Thorodin

2,092 posts

70 months

Wednesday 17th May 2017
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I wonder how much longer she can continue and whether her constituents will bring her back again. Talk about rhinoceros skin.

768

3,639 posts

33 months

Wednesday 17th May 2017
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ReallyReallyGood said:
This stuff's going to send me to an early grave. I haven't seen a troupe like it since Monty Python.

ReallyReallyGood

960 posts

67 months

Wednesday 17th May 2017
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Never change, Dianne...

GloverMart

8,458 posts

152 months

Wednesday 17th May 2017
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Meanwhile, the future might just look brighter under her as Shadow Home Secretary....

http://newsthump.com/2017/05/16/diane-abbott-pledg...
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Cupramax

7,639 posts

189 months

Wednesday 17th May 2017
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hehe

PositronicRay

13,569 posts

120 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Seems she's been let out of the box.

Making a hash of the Andrew Marr show, her comparison between changing hairstyles and views on terrorism are stunning.

Troubleatmill

7,149 posts

96 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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PositronicRay said:
Seems she's been let out of the box.

Making a hash of the Andrew Marr show, her comparison between changing hairstyles and views on terrorism are stunning.
MI5 has reformed. That is nice.
How does she know?

BlackLabel

11,017 posts

60 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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"Labour's Diane Abbott says her views on the IRA have changed, just like her hair"

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.mirror.co.uk/news...

andy43

5,959 posts

191 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Troubleatmill said:
PositronicRay said:
Seems she's been let out of the box.

Making a hash of the Andrew Marr show, her comparison between changing hairstyles and views on terrorism are stunning.
MI5 has reformed. That is nice.
How does she know?
Just watched it. Given the events of the past week...? Incredible.

NDA

15,268 posts

162 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Interesting that both Dianne Abbott and Amber Rudd were on the same program - it made for an interesting comparison. Rudd appeared clear and forthright, Abbott somewhat less so. I cannot imagine Abbott as Home Secretary, being actually in office.

DAVEVO9

2,981 posts

204 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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BlackLabel said:
"Labour's Diane Abbott says her views on the IRA have changed, just like her hair
Different wig ... same pig

KrissKross

1,852 posts

38 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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REALIST123

10,502 posts

90 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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I just can't understand why even a desperate Labour Party would allow such a disaster to represent them on TV. Or anywhere else for that matter.


p4cks

2,386 posts

136 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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REALIST123 said:
I just can't understand why even a desperate Labour Party would allow such a disaster to represent them on TV. Or anywhere else for that matter.
TBW

Cupramax

7,639 posts

189 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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DAVEVO9 said:
BlackLabel said:
"Labour's Diane Abbott says her views on the IRA have changed, just like her hair
Different wig ... same pig
hehe

PositronicRay

13,569 posts

120 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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REALIST123 said:
I just can't understand why even a desperate Labour Party would allow such a disaster to represent them on TV. Or anywhere else for that matter.
I'm sure they'd like to lock Diane in a box, however if the Amber Rudd is invited on you've gotta field the shadow home secretary.

Quote of the week from JC when pressed "Diane Abbotts hairstyle is a matter for Diane"

The thing is they've been making gains in the polls, so general public must like this sort of thing.

Yipper

5,964 posts

27 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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NDA said:
Interesting that both Dianne Abbott and Amber Rudd were on the same program - it made for an interesting comparison. Rudd appeared clear and forthright, Abbott somewhat less so. I cannot imagine Abbott as Home Secretary, being actually in office.
Joking and political mockery aside, it is a reasonable bet Abbott is probably not very well.

The high-confusion, high-nerves, stuttering, low-confidence, low-memory, low-discretion behaviour is becoming an all-too-frequent occurrence. Not an Abbott fan, but hope she's okay. She seems in trouble behind the mask.

Eric Mc

104,724 posts

202 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Yipper said:
The high-confusion, high-nerves, stuttering, low-confidence, low-memory, low-discretion behaviour is becoming an all-too-frequent occurrence.
I don't ever remember her being any different.

768

3,639 posts

33 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Eric Mc said:
Yipper said:
The high-confusion, high-nerves, stuttering, low-confidence, low-memory, low-discretion behaviour is becoming an all-too-frequent occurrence.
I don't ever remember her being any different.
Likewise.