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Welcome fellow Labour supporters,
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What do you think about Jeremey Corbyn resigning on Friday morning?
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What do you think about Jeremey Corbyn resigning on Friday morning?
Let's see, we've got an election before that...
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I support labour but apparently they are going to add garden tax? Is this true? Btw I love labour because what he is doing for the children's education is honestly a blessing and that he is putting more money towards NHS, makes me happy. People need to realise what he is going to do, it could save many lives. Also its evil how May wants to make NHS privatised, some people don't have the money to afford it, why would people choose the conservatives??!!
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I support labour but apparently they are going to add garden tax? Is this true? Btw I love labour because what he is doing for the children's education is honestly a blessing and that he is putting more money towards NHS, makes me happy. People need to realise what he is going to do, it could save many lives. Also its evil how May wants to make NHS privatised, some people don't have the money to afford it, why would people choose the conservatives??!!
No idea why people would vote Conservative, they obviously believe smears about Corbyn on him being a Communist and terrorist sympathiser etc.
Here is what Labour has to say about the garden tax
http://www.labour.org.uk/index.php/s...led-garden-tax
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No idea why people would vote Conservative, they obviously believe smears about Corbyn on him being a Communist and terrorist sympathiser etc.
Here is what Labour has to say about the garden tax
http://www.labour.org.uk/index.php/s...led-garden-tax
Imagine how many lives would be ruined if conservatives win... Tbh iv'e witnessed that the more older you get the more greedy you become so voting should be allowed at the age of 16. We have a longer life to live than those over 50, it's unfair!!
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There is an overwhelming muslim support for Corbyn. This is based on his policies of social justice here at home, his honest and principled nature, and his anti-war and intervention stance.

It is key we get everyone who registered out there to vote. People need to get out there and vote.
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There is an overwhelming muslim support for Corbyn. This is based on his policies of social justice here at home, his honest and principled nature, and his anti-war and intervention stance.

It is key we get everyone who registered out there to vote. People need to get out there and vote.
Yes, Muslims for Labour.
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Hi, i'm a non-partisan guy who just happened to have stumbled on to your thread and i noticed a few things so now i've got a question if you don't mind answering.

- If Mr Corbyn is not a terrorist sympathiser then why does he refuse to denounce the IRA (a terrorist organisation), why did he call Hezbollah and Hamas (both anti-semitic terrorist organisations) his friends; although he regrets calling them such he still refuses to denounce them as well and why did he blam the acts of the London terrorists not necessarily on the terrorists but on UK foreign policy? As if it was the governments faut and because "we" elected them our fault as well. Can you please tell me why he does not have terrorist sympathies?
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Hi, i'm a non-partisan guy who just happened to have stumbled on to your thread and i noticed a few things so now i've got a question if you don't mind answering.

- If Mr Corbyn is not a terrorist sympathiser then why does he refuse to denounce the IRA (a terrorist organisation), why did he call Hezbollah and Hamas (both anti-semitic terrorist organisations) his friends; although he regrets calling them such he still refuses to denounce them as well and why did he blam the acts of the London terrorists not necessarily on the terrorists but on UK foreign policy? As if it was the governments faut and because "we" elected them our fault as well. Can you please tell me why he does not have terrorist sympathies?
He did condemn both the nationalists and unionists if you heard his interview. He worked with them because he wanted to talk to bring peace. He also condemned the terrorist atrocities in London and Manchester. He called Hamas etc. his friends also because of the same reason, not because he considered them to be his friends, but because reasoned discussion is required to solve crises.
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Hi, i'm a non-partisan guy who just happened to have stumbled on to your thread and i noticed a few things so now i've got a question if you don't mind answering.

- If Mr Corbyn is not a terrorist sympathiser then why does he refuse to denounce the IRA (a terrorist organisation), why did he call Hezbollah and Hamas (both anti-semitic terrorist organisations) his friends; although he regrets calling them such he still refuses to denounce them as well and why did he blam the acts of the London terrorists not necessarily on the terrorists but on UK foreign policy? As if it was the governments faut and because "we" elected them our fault as well. Can you please tell me why he does not have terrorist sympathies?
Why do the Tories then continue to sell arms to Saudi Arabia when they probably know some of those weapons go terrorist groups...
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Tried to rep one of your posts OP, I think rep is broke. Add an imaginary +10 to your rep please.

Not optimistic, all I can do is do my bit I guess.
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Tried to rep one of your posts OP, I think rep is broke. Add an imaginary +10 to your rep please.

Not optimistic, all I can do is do my bit I guess.
Thanks
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Woohoo big shoutout to the most honest down to earth guy in politics
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My head says SNP but my heart says jeremy so I'm trusting my heart on this one
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https://promotions.paddypower.com/en...F_ID=11062341&

Worth a punt #jezfor11
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(Original post by matwillis)
Hi, i'm a non-partisan guy who just happened to have stumbled on to your thread and i noticed a few things so now i've got a question if you don't mind answering.

- If Mr Corbyn is not a terrorist sympathiser then why does he refuse to denounce the IRA (a terrorist organisation), why did he call Hezbollah and Hamas (both anti-semitic terrorist organisations) his friends; although he regrets calling them such he still refuses to denounce them as well and why did he blam the acts of the London terrorists not necessarily on the terrorists but on UK foreign policy? As if it was the governments faut and because "we" elected them our fault as well. Can you please tell me why he does not have terrorist sympathies?
This is an opinion straight from The Sun/Daily Mail :rofl:
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My head says SNP but my heart says jeremy so I'm trusting that
Well done! Trust your gut!
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(Original post by thatguy170296)
https://promotions.paddypower.com/en...F_ID=11062341&

Worth a punt #jezfor11
Wow the odds have gone down alot😮
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Hopefully we wake up to this on Friday
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