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    (Original post by R.P.Everything.)
    Tried applying, and got rejected twice.
    If it's an actual rejection, one of the leaders should be able to PM you explaining why.

    If however, it is due to the group leadership bug, they will be able to contact the supermods in order to add you to the Labour sub-forum.

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    FAO
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    (Original post by Metrobeans)
    If it's an actual rejection, one of the leaders should be able to PM you explaining why.

    If however, it is due to the group leadership bug, they will be able to contact the supermods in order to add you to the Labour sub-forum.
    I got in just before you I've posted in AASM for both users to be accepted.
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    (Original post by Metrobeans)
    If it's an actual rejection, one of the leaders should be able to PM you explaining why.

    If however, it is due to the group leadership bug, they will be able to contact the supermods in order to add you to the Labour sub-forum.
    Thanks guys - didn't realise there was a bug; just thought the labour party didn't like me
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    (Original post by R.P.Everything.)
    Thanks guys - didn't realise there was a bug; just thought the labour party didn't like me
    Can you view the sub-forum now?
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    (Original post by RoryS)
    Can you view the sub-forum now?
    Yes, thanks for your help
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    Mention my role as leader of the labour party on TSR in my grad interview or not? Thoughts...?
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    (Original post by Cardozo)
    Mention my role as leader of the labour party on TSR in my grad interview or not? Thoughts...?
    Depends what it's for, but I probably wouldn't.
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    (Original post by Cardozo)
    Mention my role as leader of the labour party on TSR in my grad interview or not? Thoughts...?
    Absolutely not, you'll look either irrelevant or like a gaudy, speccy ****.
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    (Original post by Metrobeans)
    Depends what it's for, but I probably wouldn't.
    (Original post by CyclopsRock)
    Absolutely not, you'll look either irrelevant or like a gaudy, speccy ****.
    Haha, I thought as much.

    Interviews on thursday and I'm absolutely ****ting it!
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    Hey, all. Stepping down as a Labour MP from the end of Thursday, as I won't really be able to maintain the necessary activity through the exam season and whilst I'm working in Italy. I'll remain Deputy Leader, as I'm returning on the 21st of July (and will be active briefly 8th-14th July), but there will be a reserve while I'm away. My MP spot will hopefully go to someone new and keen to get involved.
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    (Original post by TopHat)
    Hey, all. Stepping down as a Labour MP from the end of Thursday, as I won't really be able to maintain the necessary activity through the exam season and whilst I'm working in Italy. I'll remain Deputy Leader, as I'm returning on the 21st of July (and will be active briefly 8th-14th July), but there will be a reserve while I'm away. My MP spot will hopefully go to someone new and keen to get involved.
    No need to to fully step down , take the time out and get someone to cover for you.
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    (Original post by Morgsie)
    No need to to fully step down , take the time out and get someone to cover for you.
    I will probably return after that period, but it's a fairly long period of time, so it doesn't really seem fair to give my MP spot to somebody else and let them use it that long then return and expect it back. If there's an MP spot going, I'll take it up.
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    (Original post by TopHat)
    Hey, all. Stepping down as a Labour MP from the end of Thursday, as I'm working in Italy.
    Dove a Italia?
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    A dark period afoot for TSR Labour then.


    (Original post by Cardozo)
    QFA
    When were you leader?
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    When were you leader?
    When I was deputy leader.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    When were you leader?
    Cardozo (October 2009 - February 2011) according to Hansard.

    (Original post by obi_adorno_kenobi)
    When I was deputy leader.
    I haven't been on here much since then. I thought you were long gone.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    A dark period afoot for TSR Labour then.
    Excuse me?
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    (Original post by Cardozo)
    I haven't been on here much since then. I thought you were long gone.
    I was but then I got bored.
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    There's a bright future ahead.

    For the Socialists.
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    Hey Guys,

    I'm new to the House of Commons and Politics (only just discovered I love it last week, before that I turned a blind eye - shock horror!), so bear with me

    Basically, I was watching the PMQs the other day and was wondering, Labour always seems to be saying the co-elition government aren't doing enough to recover the economic recession. but because labour always seem to spend money, surely they can't imply they would do a better job, because they would make the debt even bigger? They need to lay off the co-elition a bit because £178bn of deficit is a lot to recover, and would they be able to do a better job (labour that is)? surely not?
 
 
 
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