The Disintegration Of The Labour Party
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-58713175
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Hardly disintegration - Left wing of the party MP resigns as the party moves towards the centre again. An increase in the national minimum wage is needed, but doubling it will cause too much damage, it needs to be gradual.
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Like it or not, but all things being equal the Tories win eight times out of ten. Labour don't compete on an equal footing - they have to be perceived to be better by some distance to have any chance, and if that's not happening by now it's a major concern.

The far left of the party don't have any answers that the electorate will want to hear, but at least Germany has shown that social democracy is not dead yet in northern Europe. Maybe a small domino has been toppled.
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Labour going woke and talking about Palestine, What a woman is and anything else like that its no surprise the working class are turning their back on them.
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If what we currently have is the best government this country can put together then I think we are well and truly fecked!

Seriously how can anyone still think this shower are competent let alone desirable.
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(09-28-2021, 09:01 AM)Derek Hardballs Wrote: If what we currently have is the best government this country can put together then I think we are well and truly fecked!

Seriously how can anyone still think this shower are competent let alone desirable.

It isn't the best we could have, but under our electoral system it's the one we got and are likely to get again next time.

You're right about us being well and truly fecked, and it will get worse before it gets even worser.
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