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    Oooh but why?
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    Thoughts on his replacement as Foreign Secretary? It would have made sense for Ed to take the job with Dave as leader, but Labour failed. Burnham? Can't think of too many likely candidates atm...

    Cooper to be Chancellor because of this positive discrimination **** Labour seem so fond of.
    Johnson staying as Home Sec seems likely, not sure where Balls will go if he doesn't get Chancellor, maybe stay in Schools? :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Louis1991)
    Thoughts on his replacement as Foreign Secretary? It would have made sense for Ed to take the job with Dave as leader, but Labour failed. Burnham? Can't think of too many likely candidates atm...

    Cooper to be Chancellor because of this positive discrimination **** Labour seem so fond of.
    Johnson staying as Home Sec seems likely, not sure where Balls will go if he doesn't get Chancellor, maybe stay in Schools? :dontknow:
    I think you missed the word shadow before each of the titles....
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    (Original post by meenu89)
    I think you missed the word shadow before each of the titles....
    Well yes, obviously

    I figured most people, would, you know, know who's in power and who isn't :dontknow:
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    both are *****, how david could have hoped to promote this idea of change having supported and worked under browns cabinet is just hypocritical to me
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    (Original post by Addzter)
    David Miliband has quit the shadow cabinet, four days after losing the Labour leadership election. The former foreign secretary said that he'd support his brother as a backbencher, giving him the space he needs to run the party.
    :rolleyes:

    I will never understand why in the 21st century the British Labour Party continues to be influenced significantly by the union movement, more so than the party faithful for goodness sake.

    David Miliband secured the faith and support of party leaders and members alike, Ed received union support.

    Yet who is now leader of the Labour party?



    These Socialists have no shame, no shame at all.
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    Maybe he can go and work for the EU now.
 
 
 
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