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    So why do you think he was asking you?
    Socialists respond to such questions all the time.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    Socialists respond to such questions all the time.
    Yes, they're all egomaniacs who think everyone's interested in their opinions. Okay, just wanted to know.
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    Yes, they're all egomaniacs who think everyone's interested in their opinions. Okay, just wanted to know.
    Hey, he might want to pay £25 for the privilege of being a "registered supporter"
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    (Original post by Aph)
    Socialists respond to such questions all the time.
    Yes, and last I checked this was in the Labour Party Q&A Thread...
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    Corbyn, Eagle or Smith?

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    Miliband.
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    Miliband.
    Which one?


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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    Corbyn, Eagle or Smith?


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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    Miliband.
    His speech/lecture at the first Tony Benn memorial event was on brexit and was pretty darn good to read, sadly not seen a video of it.


    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    Corbyn, Eagle or Smith?


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    Corbyn, although Smith is more attractive than I first thought he might be. As for Eagle, I've heard she might not even have enough nominations within the Party to stand
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    (Original post by Kay_Winters)
    His speech/lecture at the first Tony Benn memorial event was on brexit and was pretty darn good to read, sadly not seen a video of it.




    Corbyn, although Smith is more attractive than I first thought he might be. As for Eagle, I've heard she might not even have enough nominations within the Party to stand
    I watched the speech (at least some of it) on BBC Parliament after the trident vote and it really was a cracking speech.

    If I was a Labourite, I'd say Smith is your only shot at uniting the party of the three candidates.


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    An interesting thought occurs.. Were you guys canvassing the other place for by-election votes?
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    An interesting thought occurs.. Were you guys canvassing the other place for by-election votes?
    If they did they will deny it

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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    An interesting thought occurs.. Were you guys canvassing the other place for by-election votes?
    Even if they did, wouldn't the majority of votes be invalidated?


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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    If they did they will deny it

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    I ask not to complain at the idea (on a basic level its going the extra mile) but because it occurred to me that probably every one of those members votes will be invalid due to the three month requirement.

    Oh how i'll laugh if Labour really did that without thinking.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    I ask not to complain at the idea (on a basic level its going the extra mile) but because it occurred to me that probably every one of those members votes will be invalid due to the three month requirement.

    Oh how i'll laugh if Labour really did that without thinking.
    You're assuming they would fail, there is likely a significant number for whom their vote will be valid

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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    I ask not to complain at the idea (on a basic level its going the extra mile) but because it occurred to me that probably every one of those members votes will be invalid due to the three month requirement.

    Oh how i'll laugh if Labour really did that without thinking.
    That is true for one election, but if it happened at the last General Election those accounts crated would be eligible to vote at this by-election.
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    Corbyn, Eagle or Smith?


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    1. Corbyn - Reluctantly. He's got major flaws he is the only one I can see delivering the change this country needs in the unlikely event that Labour wins the next election.
    2. Smith - A bit dull, and not left-wing enough to convince me that he would solve the country's problems as PM, but better than Eagle.
    3. Eagle - The woman's a disaster, on the right of the party and even more unelectable than Corbyn.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    An interesting thought occurs.. Were you guys canvassing the other place for by-election votes?
    No. We don't have any real links with Labour in the other place, and we have no-one who is an active member of both TSR and the other place.
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    Hi Ive got a question.
    Why did this party singlehandedly betray the British people through Tony Blair through uncontrolled, mass immigration, and when will this party be held accountable for their actions, particularly the Labour Party council in Rotherham for covering up Muslim grooming gangs?


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    (Original post by vault111)
    Hi Ive got a question.
    Why did this party singlehandedly betray the British people through Tony Blair through uncontrolled, mass immigration, and when will this party be held accountable for their actions, particularly the Labour Party council in Rotherham for covering up Muslim grooming gangs?


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    Well given none of those cllrs or Blair is a member of our party you are asking the wrong people
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    (Original post by vault111)
    Hi Ive got a question.
    Why did this party singlehandedly betray the British people through Tony Blair through uncontrolled, mass immigration, and when will this party be held accountable for their actions, particularly the Labour Party council in Rotherham for covering up Muslim grooming gangs?


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    There's worse things Tony Blair did than let in a few Bulgarians.
 
 
 
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