Jeremy Corbyn (Vol. 3)

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Mort7

1,034 posts

58 months

Monday 21st January 2019
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laugh

fblm

17,211 posts

213 months

Monday 21st January 2019
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B'stard Child

19,340 posts

196 months

Monday 21st January 2019
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fblm said:
rofl

Frank7

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37 months

Monday 21st January 2019
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irocfan

21,959 posts

140 months

Tuesday 22nd January 2019
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The Dangerous Elk

4,642 posts

27 months

Tuesday 22nd January 2019
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Was sent this link, Title: Corbyn collects his and his cabinets thoughts..FANTASTIC music

I should have known better, strangely soporific however

https://youtu.be/sTMTOkcxuoM?t=509

Edited by The Dangerous Elk on Tuesday 22 January 23:50

Wacky Racer

32,272 posts

197 months

Thursday 24th January 2019
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The seated man statue, Castleton Rigg, North York Moors.


Halb

51,457 posts

133 months

Thursday 24th January 2019
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That's brilliant. Looks like Jon Pryce.

Mort7

1,034 posts

58 months

Thursday 24th January 2019
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Can't be Corbyn. He'd be sitting on the floor next to the empty seat, moaning about overcrowding. wobble

Wacky Racer

32,272 posts

197 months

Thursday 24th January 2019
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Halb said:
That's brilliant. Looks like Jon Pryce.
He does a bit yes, but many people liken him to Corbyn. smile

It's 10ft tall btw.

hidetheelephants

15,276 posts

143 months

Thursday 24th January 2019
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alfie2244 said:
Balmoral said:
There appear to be three already, anymore?

UKIP
The Brexit Party
The Sovereign Party
http://thepatrioticalliance.co.uk/wp-content/themes/thepatrioticalliance/maintenance.php
Which one is the Judean Peoples' Front and which is the Peoples' Front of Judea?

Bullett

9,229 posts

134 months

Thursday 24th January 2019
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Splitters

alfie2244

11,292 posts

138 months

Thursday 24th January 2019
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hidetheelephants said:
alfie2244 said:
Balmoral said:
There appear to be three already, anymore?

UKIP
The Brexit Party
The Sovereign Party
http://thepatrioticalliance.co.uk/wp-content/themes/thepatrioticalliance/maintenance.php
Which one is the Judean Peoples' Front and which is the Peoples' Front of Judea?
They're all splitters...........what about the Popular Front?

Gargamel

12,269 posts

211 months

Thursday 24th January 2019
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alfie2244 said:
hidetheelephants said:
alfie2244 said:
Balmoral said:
There appear to be three already, anymore?

UKIP
The Brexit Party
The Sovereign Party
http://thepatrioticalliance.co.uk/wp-content/themes/thepatrioticalliance/maintenance.php
Which one is the Judean Peoples' Front and which is the Peoples' Front of Judea?
They're all splitters...........what about the Popular Front?
He's over there, on his own

loafer123

9,471 posts

165 months

Friday 25th January 2019
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I don't understand JC's position on requiring a Customs Union.

I don't agree with it, but even if you do, what is the point of saying it now? Under No Deal, or May's Deal, the future trading relationship discussions are all up in the air and will take a couple of years to negotiate. We will have plenty of time to debate that relationship in Parliament once we leave.

jurbie

2,002 posts

151 months

Friday 25th January 2019
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I don't think he understands it either but he needs a position on something that he's clearly not that interested in and saying 'Customs Union' a lot is a neat soundbite so it's as good as anything else.

anonymous-user

4 months

Friday 25th January 2019
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Corbyn is clueless on many things and throws out the "what about X" ste to create trouble and shift things from him being a baby and not wanting to talk to May. Perhaps if she is accused of terrorist offences he might give her some time.

Burwood

14,579 posts

196 months

Friday 25th January 2019
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loafer123 said:
I don't understand JC's position on requiring a Customs Union.

I don't agree with it, but even if you do, what is the point of saying it now? Under No Deal, or May's Deal, the future trading relationship discussions are all up in the air and will take a couple of years to negotiate. We will have plenty of time to debate that relationship in Parliament once we leave.
In mind his ploy is very simple. By demanding the impossible as well as refusing to engage with TM he thinks he can avoid being implicated in the impending train wreck. It's all about his master plan to force an election. Either we crash out or take Mays deal, the country is pissed either way and he can point the finger. He may just get his election. If he does what is best for the country (debate/discuss) he gets no election and potentially blamed.

I think in the bigger picture, we will crash out unless Bercow indulges MPs with various motions (and oversteps again)

If Corbyn was in a position to negotiate Brexit, all he would do is extend Article 50 and 'negotiate'. Said negotiation would just be multi year never ending stfiest as we see now. He's like the arm chair critic watching football. Thinks they could manage the team better but doesn't have a clue

There is no deal he would support because he enjoys the perceived benefits in a divided Parliament/nation. Election Election Election.

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Edited by Burwood on Friday 25th January 09:36

El stovey

29,951 posts

213 months

Friday 25th January 2019
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Burwood said:
loafer123 said:
I don't understand JC's position on requiring a Customs Union.

I don't agree with it, but even if you do, what is the point of saying it now? Under No Deal, or May's Deal, the future trading relationship discussions are all up in the air and will take a couple of years to negotiate. We will have plenty of time to debate that relationship in Parliament once we leave.
In mind his ploy is very simple. By demanding the impossible as well as refusing to engage with TM he thinks he can avoid being implicated in the impending train wreck. It's all about his master plan to force an election. Either we crash out or take Mays deal, the country is pissed either way and he can point the finger. He may just get his election. If he does what is best for the country (debate/discuss) he gets no election and potentially blamed.

I think in the bigger picture, we will crash out unless Bercow indulges MPs with various motions (and oversteps again)
Corby hates the EU, he wants right out of it but brexit is the conservatives doing, he doesn’t have a clue what’s best for the country.

The best thing Corbyn can do (for himself) is sit back and watch and sneak in an election at some opportune moment.

768

5,787 posts

46 months

Friday 25th January 2019
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loafer123 said:
I don't understand JC's position on requiring a Customs Union.

I don't agree with it, but even if you do, what is the point of saying it now? Under No Deal, or May's Deal, the future trading relationship discussions are all up in the air and will take a couple of years to negotiate. We will have plenty of time to debate that relationship in Parliament once we leave.
It's to deliberately pick something May probably can't agree to after being slated for not saying what he'd do for 18 months plus.

He's putting all his efforts into being contrary in the hope that people dissatisfied with May will see him as an alternative. And he's basically courting the remain vote without spelling it out in the hope leavers won't notice.

I don't think he gives a st about a customs union, it doesn't make any sense that he would.
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