The new Dianne Abbott appreciation thread

The new Dianne Abbott appreciation thread

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Yipper

5,964 posts

28 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

25 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

2,659 posts

115 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

2,106 posts

71 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

3,848 posts

34 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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techiedave

5,600 posts

48 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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I saw the interview with Andrew Marr
I was genuinely impressed with Mr Marr I think of him as lightweight most of the time. Today he was quite tough. I was very impressed with the research his team did. The list of "organisations" was well thought through.
Diane Abbot was out of her depth. She is also for all her talk of "being based in the community" as far away from many normal people as its possible to be. Her comments about having moved on were superficial in the extreme.
To be blunt Labour are to my surprise doing well in this campaign. She is not an asset and should be hidden from view/ exposed as much as possible / dependent on your political viewpoints


Thorodin

2,106 posts

71 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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768 said:
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.
Can't help thinking that says rather more about the calibre of the entire bunch. Would have thought there must be hundreds if not thousands that could demonstrate a better grasp of international affairs then D. Abbot. Nothing worse than being promoted to your own personal new level of incompetence. That's exactly what induces the stress in the first place.

ironv8

70 posts

25 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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She repeated several times that she knows the workings of the home office well as she did an internship there as a student 30 odd years ago.
I'm sure that, like most offices it hasn't changed one bit in all that time!!!!
What a ridiculous thing to say

alfie2244

9,052 posts

126 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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ironv8 said:
She repeated several times that she knows the workings of the home office well as she did an internship there as a student 30 odd years ago.
I'm sure that, like most offices it hasn't changed one bit in all that time!!!!
What a ridiculous thing to say
I'd be surprised if she got past photocopying, making the coffee and sorting the mail.

PurpleAki

1,601 posts

25 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Probably broke a few photocopiers at the Xmas party though...

dudleybloke

14,602 posts

124 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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She's a bit special isn't she!

alfie2244

9,052 posts

126 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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PurpleAki said:
Probably broke a few photocopiers at the Xmas party though...
vomit

PositronicRay

13,975 posts

121 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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ironv8 said:
She repeated several times that she knows the workings of the home office well as she did an internship there as a student 30 odd years ago.
I'm sure that, like most offices it hasn't changed one bit in all that time!!!!
What a ridiculous thing to say
Andrew Marr went easy on her, perhaps he's feeling sorry for the woman. Anyway would have changed her hairstyle since then.

alfie2244

9,052 posts

126 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Perhaps she mispoke and actually meant that she had an office at home?

techiedave

5,600 posts

48 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Perhaps she confused it with some documentaries she has seen about the home office ?

Liqrub

27 posts

88 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Poor old us, Dianne Abbott is a symptom of how having the right credentials trumps meritocracy. As soon as she's let speak vile undertones spill forth and all thoughts of a viable opposition evaporate into Marxist drivel.

What will she say next.....

0a

20,628 posts

132 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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I have to say I'm enjoying the spectacle. She really is car crash bad every time she's let out. The amazing thing is that she's rolled out week after week. She obviously isn't good at the high pressure interview format, yet labour keep making her do it. Is it just to make Corbyn look a bit better?

Thorodin

2,106 posts

71 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Can't help suspecting it's deliberate, to provoke a resignation of someone you can't sack. It's a nest of vipers anyway.

alfie2244

9,052 posts

126 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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0a said:
I have to say I'm enjoying the spectacle. She really is car crash bad every time she's let out. The amazing thing is that she's rolled out week after week. She obviously isn't good at the high pressure interview format, yet labour keep making her do it. Is it just to make Corbyn look a bit better?
Perhaps it's part of a promise made on the floor of a flat (or was it the Cotswolds?) 30yrs ago and Jezza is just keeping his end (of the bargain) up.

p4cks

2,427 posts

137 months

Sunday 28th May 2017
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Thorodin said:
Can't help suspecting it's deliberate, to provoke a resignation of someone you can't sack. It's a nest of vipers anyway.
I also think this - they're hoping she drops a massive bk on TV which will result in her being forced into resignation/the sack