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(06-30-2017, 10:03 AM)Protheroe Wrote: I'm afraid I can't let you rewrite history about the "Labour Leave" vote. Labour Leave voters weren't "in the main located in traditional non metropolitan areas" - unless by non-Metropolitan you actually mean "Non-London". How else do you explain Leave's sweeping victory across the West Midlands, South Yorkshire and in large parts of Greater Manchester and Tyne & Wear?

The Conservatives are very good at false unity by the way. There is a reason they're the most enduring political party in any western democracy.

Indeed they are and that's why it's such a shock that they have won only one general election with a majority in almost a quarter of a century
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Not the time for Labour to expose the divisions they have. No idea what he was expecting to gain. A few Tory rebels? No chance at the moment.

The real issue at hand at present is that we are entering negotiations with a cabinet torn on what they want out of them. Labour should be pointing out the craziness of that and nothing else. The rest can come later.
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(07-01-2017, 06:22 AM)Zoltanger Wrote: Not the time for Labour to expose the divisions they have. No idea what he was expecting to gain. A few Tory rebels? No chance at the moment.

The real issue at hand at present is that we are entering negotiations with a cabinet torn on what they want out of them. Labour should be pointing out the craziness of that and nothing else. The rest can come later.

Unfortunately the Blairites would rather have the Tories in Number Ten than Corbyn.
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