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  1. I think getting rid of the more radical aspect of the Corbyn years would be throwing the baby out with the bathwater. The policies in the 2017 and 2019 manifestos were very popular according to polling but for other reasons, whether that be a dislike of Corbyn, mistrust of Labour economically or a desire to GET BREXIT DONE, people opted for this shower of conmen.
  2. I like how you refer to the people who created the most revolutionary and forward looking manifesto in living memory 'dinosaurs' whilst simultaneously longing for the Labour Party of 3 decades ago (that, incidentally, started the dismantling of the 'red wall').
  3. Why? Is there something going on behind the scenes? Can't understand why we signed him if he's just going to sit on the bench. He did well when given a chance in the pizza cup but then nothing. It's not like we're overflowing with creativity at the moment.
  4. From what I've seen, Starmer's plan was working like a dream. I don't think he wants the party to be driven by it's members. He certainly won't miss our membership fees as, apparently, big business is queuing up to donate to the party. Why pander to half a million members when you can get multi-millionaires bankrolling the party? As I said before, one of his strategists is on record as saying that the plan is to get the left of the party to purge itself and, despite pleas from Corbyn, McDonnell and McCluskey, that seems to be happening. Having said that, the left 'won' the recent NEC elections
  5. Stating "antisemitism in Labour was dramatically overstated for political reasons" is not the same as "criticising the EHRC report as politically motivated and an exaggeration". I see you're ignoring the rest of Tunstallpotter's post in favour of gleefully spreading more nonsense and lies.
  6. The Labour Party categorically states that there is no room whatsoever in the party for any forms of racism, so long as they can be disingenuously pinned on Jeremy Corbyn. The rest, they will let slide.
  7. I think you are. Corbyn's doing no such thing and your lies and desire to use this to gain political mileage tells me everything I need to know about you and your sort's concern for racism.
  8. The party are developing a new independent disciplinary process that Sir Keith Haircut hopes to unveil in the new year. I do think his (and David Evans' actions have undermined the EHRC report though). Corbyn should never have been suspended and to do so was both against (or not compliant with) party rules and went against the EHRC recommendations. Corbyn hasn't "played the victim". He's defended himself against an onslaught of lies. Starmer never responded to the Jewish organisation concerned about clearly anti-semitic behaviour by those on the right of the party, by the way.
  9. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/27-times-tory-party-racism-7904018
  10. Not that you genuinely give a flying f about racism but here you go... https://www.google.com/search?q=conservative+members+racist&rlz=1C1CHWA_enGB626GB626&oq=conservative+members+racist&aqs=chrome..69i57.11838j1j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 https://www.politicshome.com/news/article/almost-half-of-conservative-members-would-reject-muslim-prime-minister-poll-finds
  11. Carol was also on BBC breakfast TV this morning at about 08:45.
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