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Hahaha ...it would be more racist if we all pretended not to notice what a moron she is just because we were afraid to criticise a black woman
I have no problem with Dianne Abbot being an MP it's Corbyn than causing her to be hated by consistently putting her in senior roles she's not capable of doing. It is that alone that is making her look more stupid than what she she is, I don't think she is dumb I think she is out of her depth and not suited to her role.
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1. Christopher Chope- the guy who is known for using procedure for blocking legislation including the upskirting bill, a bill that would have stopped hospitals charging car parking fees for carers, legislation to stop animals being used in circuses, also tried to block a pardon for Alan Turing among other things.
2. Philip Davies- for his sexist views- has also spoken at conferences organized by so called 'mens rights activists'
3. Gerard Batten- for his support of people like Tommy Robinson & moving his party towards the far right.
4. Arlene Foster- just the DUP's attitudes & what they stand for in general.
And a couple of people from the left I don't like include;
5. Chris Williamson- generally comes across as unpleasant. There's the whole issue of him dismissing claims of antisemitism & bullying within the Labour Party as well as defending regimes with appalling human rights records e.g Venezuela, Russia, Iran just because they're opposed to Western foreign policy.
6. George Galloway- similar reasons. Also made some very questionable comments about rape when he was discussing Julian Assange & has always seemed more interested in his own ego & self publicity than any of the issues he is supposedly campaigning on.
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1. Christopher Chope- the guy who is known for using procedure for blocking legislation including the upskirting bill, a bill that would have stopped hospitals charging car parking fees for carers, legislation to stop animals being used in circuses, also tried to block a pardon for Alan Turing among other things.
I'm kind of hoping the next time Chope objects to something on 'Wimmin' grounds at least one of them just storms up and cracks him in the face.
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1) Jeremy Hunt
2)Theresa May
3)Michael Gove
4)Jacob Rees Mogg
5)Nigel Farage
6)Bojo
All complete muppets, I could list way more but 6 is the limit
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1) Jeremy Hunt
2)Theresa May
3)Michael Gove
4)Jacob Rees Mogg
5)Nigel Farage
All complete muppets, I could list way more but 5 is the limit
If you had to choose some from the left, who'd they be?
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If you had to choose some from the left, who'd they be?
I'm very lefty. But if I had to I would pick Diane Abbott-super annoying and an utter hypocrite.
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I'm kind of hoping the next time Chope objects to something on 'Wimmin' grounds at least one of them just storms up and cracks him in the face.
I actually have slight sympathy for him. He does not block stuff because he’s at century out of date but because he believes in executive supremacy (that government should bring bills, not private members). There is a logic to it.
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(Original post by FutureMissMRCS)
I'm very lefty. But if I had to I would pick Diane Abbott-super annoying and an utter hypocrite.
Snap and agree, she is the reason I am no longer a Labour Party member
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I actually have slight sympathy for him. He does not block stuff because he’s at century out of date but because he believes in executive supremacy (that government should bring bills, not private members). There is a logic to it.
For someone who doesn't believe in private members bills he sure as hell creates a lot of his own. I'm afraid that reasoning doesn't hold up to scrutiny.

MP Chris Chope accused of "abusing the system" after he joins with fellow Tory to put 73 bills before parliament
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Snap and agree, she is the reason I am no longer a Labour Party member
Don't like the Conservatives,they made the country into an absolute s*** show.Liberal Democrats will never win and are not liberal enough for me and Green party will never win either but has some good policies.So stuck with Labour.
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1. Christopher Chope- the guy who is known for using procedure for blocking legislation including the upskirting bill, a bill that would have stopped hospitals charging car parking fees for carers, legislation to stop animals being used in circuses, also tried to block a pardon for Alan Turing among other things.
2. Philip Davies- for his sexist views- has also spoken at conferences organized by so called 'mens rights activists'
3. Gerard Batten- for his support of people like Tommy Robinson & moving his party towards the far right.
4. Arlene Foster- just the DUP's attitudes & what they stand for in general.
And a couple of people from the left I don't like include;
5. Chris Williamson- generally comes across as unpleasant. There's the whole issue of him dismissing claims of antisemitism & bullying within the Labour Party as well as defending regimes with appalling human rights records e.g Venezuela, Russia, Iran just because they're opposed to Western foreign policy.
6. George Galloway- similar reasons. Also made some very questionable comments about rape when he was discussing Julian Assange & has always seemed more interested in his own ego & self publicity than any of the issues he is supposedly campaigning on.
Agree with a large part of you're list apart from Philip Davies- for his sexist views. I can think of many reasons to dislike Philip Davies but from what I have heard of him he is speaking out for equality and us against the oppression of men for the benifits of women. What's wrong with wanting equally for both sexes? It makes me giggle how modern so called feminists victimise women and vilify men for gender purpose, its not a man's fault he's born a man. I don't understand why speaking at conferences for mens rights is abhorrent to you?

Why is it not OK to be treated fairly if you are male?
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Don't like the Conservatives,they made the country into an absolute s*** show.Liberal Democrats will never win and are not liberal enough for me and Green party will never win either but has some good policies.So stuck with Labour.
I'm a socialist so I'm naturally Labour but I'm going to struggle to vote Labour next time because my local Labour MP is not reputsenenting the wishes of the majority of her constituency.
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Don't like the Conservatives,they made the country into an absolute s*** show.Liberal Democrats will never win and are not liberal enough for me and Green party will never win either but has some good policies.So stuck with Labour.
The Lib Dem’s aren’t liberal enough for you???

What do you want them to do, legalise heroin and abolish the age of consent or something?
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I'm kind of hoping the next time Chope objects to something on 'Wimmin' grounds at least one of them just storms up and cracks him in the face.
I do too, I don’t like chope and it would be funny seeing someone like Jess Philips get thrown in prison and trigger a by election because they’re so triggered.
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The Lib Dem’s aren’t liberal enough for you???

What do you want them to do, legalise heroin and abolish the age of consent or something?
Im anti drugs and don't want the age of consent to be abolished.I am very socialist and not very capitalistic.
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I'm a socialist so I'm naturally Labour but I'm going to struggle to vote Labour next time because my local Labour MP is not reputsenenting the wishes of the majority of her constituency.
Had a Conservative MP before but got a Labour one in the last election,haven't really looked what they have been up to lately.What do you want Labour to do?
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Im anti drugs and don't want the age of consent to be abolished.I am very socialist and not very capitalistic.
liberal is centrism, you're socialist
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Im anti drugs and don't want the age of consent to be abolished.I am very socialist and not very capitalistic.
Excellent! So what did you mean by the Lib Dem’s are not liberal enough for you?
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liberal is centrism, you're socialist
I did say I was socialist in my previous post on the thread.
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Had a Conservative MP before but got a Labour one in the last election,haven't really looked what they have been up to lately.What do you want Labour to do?
I would like Corbyn pick the best people for roles and not his ex girlfriend and I'd like MPs to reputsent the wishes of their constituents rather than peddling what they want. Regarding this its not a snipe at Labour mate, they are all doing it just in my case it's labour
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