Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby reohn2 » 6 Sep 2017, 1:51pm

With a red mark on the end of his nose where it's been rubbing on the ceiling due to the mullions stashed under the mattress :roll: :wink:
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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby Psamathe » 6 Sep 2017, 3:12pm

reohn2 wrote:With a red mark on the end of his nose where it's been rubbing on the ceiling due to the mullions stashed under the mattress :roll: :wink:

Further revelations
Newsbicuit article wrote:The Tory backbencher and dyspeptic Harry Potter impersonator, has said that he is morally opposed to all forms of abortion; even in the event of the child becoming a Socialist. Mr. Rees-Mogg, a father of 6, was adamant that every sperm is sacred – unless they were sneaking into the country housed in an immigrant’s testicle.


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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby Flinders » 7 Sep 2017, 10:45am

horizon wrote:............I'm standing by my earlier prognosis above in which the Tories will select a new and dynamic leader to take on Corbyn (assuming he's still leader), a sort of Cameron Mark II......................

I'm sure they'd like to. But I don't think they have one. Nor would anyone with more than half a brain want the job until after the leave mess has been cleared up. So that leaves you with just sort-term-ambitious idiots.

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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby Psamathe » 7 Sep 2017, 10:48am

Flinders wrote:....Nor would anyone with more than half a brain want the job until after the leave mess has been cleared up. So that leaves you with just sort-term-ambitious idiots.

Which maybe explains why Rees-Mogg is starting his campaign. I suspect we will be lucky if the next Conservative leader has even close to half a brain (most seem to have a lot less).

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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby brynpoeth » 7 Sep 2017, 4:40pm

The job will not be free for many years

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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby mercalia » 7 Sep 2017, 4:56pm

I read some where that he is in fact well to do and well off who acts like one of the boys unlike the pos rhees mogg or something ( the anti abortion man who wants to be the next Tory leader ) who is clearly a toff, acts and talks like one

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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby blackbike » 9 Sep 2017, 6:39pm

I wish Mr Corbyn well.

As a Conservative voter I am not at all impressed with the party's current performance.

Mr Corbyn is the ideal opponent during difficult times.

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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby NATURAL ANKLING » 27 Sep 2017, 5:12pm

Hi,
Move over May :?
But how will we pay for it.
Seems to me that any party avoids using the word tax, get in power then they fail to deliver................or spend and bankrupt the country.
http://metro.co.uk/2017/09/27/corbyn-de ... r-6960344/
Sound more like another victory speech than an opposition..................its a long wait.

"In his keynote speech delivered at the Labour conference in Brighton, Corbyn declared that Labour was ready for government – before demanding that Theresa May call another snap election so that he can take his place in Downing Street."

"Then, to fevered applause, he promised to end the public sector pay cap, close the gender pay gap, tackle inequality, renationalise utilities, rebuild the NHS and invest in the economy."


Well he'd be a genius to do that, and I wish anyone could..........................with out burdening the unborn with more tax............but labour have already done that with public pensions and windfarms. :twisted:
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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby reohn2 » 27 Sep 2017, 6:31pm

And you think the current shower warrant my vote?
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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby Mick F » 27 Sep 2017, 6:39pm

reohn2 wrote:And you think the current shower warrant my vote?
Exactly.
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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby pete75 » 28 Sep 2017, 8:25pm

kwackers wrote:Mogg has the face of someone who was at the bottom of the bullying hierarchy at school (presumably private).


He certainly looks like Walter from Dennis the Menace - that alone would be enough to make him a natural target.........


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Re: Corbyn to be PM within 6 months?

Postby Psamathe » 12 Oct 2017, 3:39pm

At the moment May is making it so easy for Corbyn. He doesn't really even have to think too much to come out ahead

e.g.
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-jeremy-corbyn-remain-vote-second-referendum-eu-negotiations-theresa-may-a7996996.html wrote:Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn says he would still vote Remain after Theresa May ducked the question


https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/oct/11/corbyn-urges-benefits-universal-credit-rethink-and-end-to-55p-a-minute-helpline-charge wrote:Jeremy Corbyn has called on Theresa May to rethink the troubled universal credit benefits system and abolish the charge for its helpline, which costs frustrated claimants up to 55p a minute to call from a mobile phone.


etc., etc.

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