And wear a fucking mask please
Started by pancreas, September 30, 2021, 08:08:11 PM
Quote from: Bernice on October 01, 2021, 08:49:02 AMMr Starmer, you're clearly pictured here attending a protest for a £15 minimum wage.That's true, but I was only in there to get directions about how to get away from there!
Quote from: Shoulders?-Stomach! on October 01, 2021, 02:03:38 PMYes, I warned people about this at the start of last year and yet I'm still here, while lots of others have fled. Almost worth analysing whether I am HAHA STUPID MAN THEY ARE LAUGHING AT or whether it is the people they wanted to scare off.And if you are still so unwilling to accept this, ask yourself how you felt when your opponents left the party under Corbyn vs how you felt about the ones that stayed and made life hell.
Quote from: pigamus on October 01, 2021, 02:23:42 PMDoesn't being a professional contrarian ever get boring?-"The sky is blue"-"I'm not sure I agree with that"-"Wednesday follows Tuesday"-"That's not necessarily correct"-"You are the best-endowed, most generous and most beautiful lover I've ever had"-"I'm going to have to take issue with a couple of points here"
Quote from: suelgi on October 01, 2021, 01:20:17 PMMandy v Milne.https://twitter.com/georgeeaton/status/1443165799569674245
Quote from: Johnny Yesno on October 01, 2021, 04:10:13 PMWhile I feel the sentiment, no one's done that for a while and not in this new thread, so it's probably not currently worth getting in a scrap about again.We all know where we stand now regarding being in the party or out, right, everyone?
Quote from: Paul Calf on October 01, 2021, 06:28:25 PMI don't. I'm still in the party, but I'm pretty sure I shouldn't be.
Quote from: Cuellar on October 01, 2021, 08:04:45 PMMight join Labour to see if I can get thrown out.
Quote from: suelgi on October 02, 2021, 12:56:54 AMA bit of good news. Milne is finishing his book on the Corbyn era. It's called "Firestorm", should be fun.
Quote...The keynote speech lasted a lengthy 90 minutes – the longest Labour address in almost a decade.But Sir Keir said the speech was only meant to last an hour, and was made longer by the rounds of applause he received from delegates in the room.He told Sky News: "It was planned for an hour, the extra half an hour was because people were applauding and giving me standing ovations. It is a good thing."Kay Burley promptly interjected and reminded the Labour leader about the disruption caused by heckling, to which he replied: "And heckling, yes."But Sir Keir wasn't concerned about his speech length, and said: "If the only criticism of the speech was that it was too long, then I'll take that and trim it for next time."...
QuoteVoting intention amongst 2019 Labour votersLAB: 78% (-22)GRN: 11% (+11)CON: 4% (+4)LD: 4% (+4)OTH: 4% (+4)
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