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    Will he stay or go ??
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    someone who refuses to sing the National Anthem has no moral fibre. he will have to be winkled out of his crevice.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    someone who refuses to sing the National Anthem has no moral fibre.
    TIL I have no moral fibre
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    TIL I have no moral fibre
    how's your crevice atm ? :teehee:
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    He really isn't going to quit, he doesn't approach this job like any sort of conventional politician - his aim has always been to practise a neo-Marxist takeover of the party, so this is all just going to plan - getting rid of the naysayers in the classic Lenninist manner.
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    hes a waste and should leave
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    (Original post by the bear)
    how's your crevice atm ? :teehee:
    Very comfortable thank you very much!
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    It's odd, at the time of the man's election I found myself arguing against the man. Now I find myself defending the bugger. Corbyn's purge is a good thing for party harmony. Having people in your higher-ups that disagree with the leader so much is bad for many reasons. It's why I still believe UKIP should kick out Carswell/Evans and why the Tories need to fix their front bench/back bench divide.

    Corbyn has proven to be a stronger leader than I first thought, it took balls to remove someone like Benn from his cabinet. But given how Hillary is a total abomination unworthy of his fathers name it was needed. Same for all those blairites that have been forcing labour to fight against it's voters best interests. I may be no lefite. But it's better for everyone if the opposition is actually working in the favour of their own voters.
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    He is dead (politically speaking of course).
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    He won't quit. He'll just drag the party to an even lower level than it already is.
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    No why should he? He is a strong leader so stop hating him idiots.
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    Not by choice.
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    I hope he stays as leader.

    He's doing a great job of keeping Labour unelectable.
 
 
 
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