The new Dianne Abbott appreciation thread

The new Dianne Abbott appreciation thread

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ReallyReallyGood

1,073 posts

75 months

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

GloverMart

8,844 posts

160 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...

Cupramax

8,322 posts

197 months

Wednesday 17th May 2017
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hehe

PositronicRay

16,237 posts

128 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

7,860 posts

104 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

12,240 posts

68 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

6,234 posts

199 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

16,244 posts

170 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.

KrissKross

1,920 posts

46 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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REALIST123

11,830 posts

98 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

3,389 posts

144 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

PositronicRay

16,237 posts

128 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

35 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

107,454 posts

210 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

4,960 posts

41 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.

Yipper

5,964 posts

35 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.
There has definitely been a deterioration in recent months. The pointers are not encouraging.

PurpleAki

1,601 posts

32 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Yipper said:
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.
There has definitely been a deterioration in recent months. The pointers are not encouraging.
What's the betting on it Yipper...?

brenflys777

2,668 posts

122 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"

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.mirror.co.uk/news...
34 years is a long time. Constable Jane Arbuthnot would have been 56 today if she hadn't been murdered with 5 others in a London bombing by the IRA. I can't find a picture of her hairstyle and she was deprived of the chance to move on and change it.

Thorodin

2,253 posts

78 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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D. Abbot is displaying signs of severe stress and a collapse of confidence. Unless there is a change of circumstances there will be an escalation leading to breakdown. Somebody in-house who cares should have a strong word.

768

4,960 posts

41 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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I'm not sure how you can go further downhill from supporting IRA victories against the British state or saying someone responsible for the deaths of up to 60 million people was on balance a force for good.

She appears to have been ill for a very long time, but not so ill Corbyn wouldn't think her the best person available to him to run the Home Office.
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