Labour Party is self-harming, but why?

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libertycon
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https://order-order.com/2018/05/16/t...xtremist-imam/

They must know it will come to haunt them and certainly will not increase the public's trust and confidence in Labour under new management.
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(Original post by libertycon)
https://order-order.com/2018/05/16/t...xtremist-imam/

They must know it will come to haunt them and certainly will not increase the public's trust and confidence in Labour under new management.
Yawn.
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Socialism is a form of self-harming so it shouldn't come as a suprise.
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On the scale of the succor given to terrorists by Momentum-Labour, this is very, very mild stuff.
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The Left has a habit of turning on itself. A quick look at history will show you that.
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Labour, the party of the people, well as long as you are not a white heterosexual male.
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Every political party is pulled in various directions: between ideology and electability being a major conflict. In Labour's case, it's strayed all together too far into self-indulgence. To some extent, so have many Tories too.
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Labour, the party of the people, well as long as you are not a white heterosexual male.
Curious since they are led by one and another is shadow Chancellor.

(Original post by L i b)
Every political party is pulled in various directions: between ideology and electability being a major conflict. In Labour's case, it's strayed all together too far into self-indulgence. To some extent, so have many Tories too.
Seems to me like it's strayed into offering policies which have broadly popular support and which are the norm in central Europe and Scandinavia. The question remains as to why people vote for a party which takes a knife to public services and then complain that a knife is being taken to public services.
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