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Glory to me for the optimum gabbing. The other two just complain.
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Might as well post here to get in early.
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I agree with Aphelina, we'd might as well keep this thread
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That Bearded Man because he deserves to be
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(Original post by joecphillips)
That Bearded Man because he deserves to be
But why? He's one of the biggest filibusterers in the Commons, he's fairly standard in how he votes, and in respect of being a strong mens rights activists by my accounts he does this by voting against rights protections for women, instead of promoting male ones.
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(Original post by That Bearded Man)
But why? He's one of the biggest filibusterers in the Commons, he's fairly standard in how he votes, and in respect of being a strong mens rights activists by my accounts he does this by voting against rights protections for women, instead of promoting male ones.
He votes against rights for women to try to achieve equal rights, if you give one group extra rights that doesn't make them equal.
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(Original post by joecphillips)
He votes against rights for women to try to achieve equal rights, if you give one group extra rights that doesn't make them equal.
What additional rights for women does he oppose?
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Interesting the media going for "Corbyn refuses to condemn IRA" despite him condemning all bombing, and it being only the Tories that actually have a councillor who was in the IRA.
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(Original post by joecphillips)
He votes against rights for women to try to achieve equal rights, if you give one group extra rights that doesn't make them equal.
They just don't appreciate Phil, he's a fantastic MP! Certainly better than Labour's shadow women and equalities Minister who domestically abused her ex-husband, and who's MP for ROTHERHAM, of all places, that should say it all really...
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They just don't appreciate Phil, he's a fantastic MP! Certainly better than Labour's shadow women and equalities Minister who domestically abused her ex-husband, and who's MP for ROTHERHAM, of all places, that should say it all really...
Fact she wasn't charged suggests the abuse issue wasn't that straight forward.

Don't see what Rotherham has to do with anything really.
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OP and thread title should be fixed now.
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I make a brief appearance as I was not invited to John Terry's retirement party. I would not have turned up if invited, not even 26 minutes late.
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(Original post by The Financier)
OP and thread title should be fixed now.
Where's my post gone?
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Fact she wasn't charged suggests the abuse issue wasn't that straight forward.

Don't see what Rotherham has to do with anything really.
Rotherham is hardly a shining beacon of gender equality, what with the sexual exploitation that was ignored by the labour MPs and council administration.

She spent a night in a cell and openly admitted assault during their divorce proceedings, she just denies sustained abuse throughout the relationship (which the husband claims happened.)

So, do you think a woman that assaulted her husband over a painting is a good role model for women? That's all it comes down to at the end of the day!
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To your earlier points.
Firstly, labelling anyone to the left of the Tories as 'hard left' is a bit of a daft approach. It's as bad as those who shout 'far right' at anyone who disagrees with them.

Similarly, calling Theresa May a socialist is well... daft.

As for the front page. He has criticised any violence by the IRA.

But tell me, where is the Telegraph front page outrage at us funding and arming the Saudis? Or is that okay because it's the Tories?

And you still have not responded to the energy cap freeze point. Why did the right wing press largely a support or at worst politely disagree when the tories proposed it, yet called it Marxist when Ed Miliband did?
So we are going for the fake front page headline again? You never learn.
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So we are going for the fake front page headline again? You never learn.
So Corbyn explicitly condemns the IRA in an interview and the Telegraph leads with a headline about how he refuses to condemn the IRA.

Funny that they didn't do a headline about the Tories links with the Saudi regime, but I guess that's okay because it's the Tories.

Also funny that they didn't lead on Damien Green refusing to clarify how much the social care plan would cost elderly people.

Also the Telegraph today tried to link Corbyn to a group which contained Holocaust deniers.

Why the smear attack? Why do they not attack the Tories in the same way?

And again, I've asked several times for you to list just one policy in the Labour manifesto which is extremist. Your answer so far seems to be that we won't use the Nuclear Deterrent first even though that's the purpose of a deterrent.
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Where's my post gone?
Presumably it has to be reassigned to give the Speaker the OP and have the usual content in it.
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(Original post by Saracen's Fez)
Presumably it has to be reassigned to give the Speaker the OP and have the usual content in it.
But the Speaker could have been made OP without deleting my post. My post should have been relegated to #2, but it's just gone.
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(Original post by Bornblue)
What additional rights for women does he oppose?
What additional rights do women need?

(Original post by That Bearded Man)
Interesting the media going for "Corbyn refuses to condemn IRA" despite him condemning all bombing, and it being only the Tories that actually have a councillor who was in the IRA.
Corbyn opposed the agreement because it would not lead to a united Ireland. That's a fair reason to deem him a traitor to the United Kingdom.
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