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Coud the miliband brothers save labour ?

Gurdiev77

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between the bridges

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New old new labour?
 

Analyzer

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From what ?

Being found out as a bunch of hereditary politicians who repeatedly turn working class votes into policies that squeeze the working class.

Milliband A was a flop. Milliband B is another phony Tony.
 

eoghanacht

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Gurdi, Gurdi, Gurdi..


Too much sun, son.
 

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I follow a certain faction of Labour supporters who seem to be seriously considering this. It isn't as far fetched as might first appear, especially given the lack of personalities elsewhere in the party.
 

Dame_Enda

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As DM supported the Iraq War he'd be perfectly at home in a Hillary cabinet.
 

Dame_Enda

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Hmm that article was 2015, and predicted Labour would lose 500 council seats. They lost 10.
 

Gurdiev77

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the party is in dissaray .
they dont know who they are or who they represent, or more acuratelt they are trying to go in two directions at once.

the brothers between them represent the two streams.

its a fantasy notion, but if they could pull together , they might offer a sort of leadership that is just not visible at all at present.
 

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the party is in dissaray .
they dont know who they are or who they represent, or more acuratelt they are trying to go in two directions at once.

the brothers between them represent the two streams.

its a fantasy notion, but if they could pull together , they might offer a sort of leadership that is just not visible at all at present.
Wouldn't it be better if the Blairite scum phucked off from Labour and started a mé féin blairite PD type self-serving bullshyte party.
 

blokesbloke

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If a situation is so desperate that the Miliband brothers are your last hope, then just it up as a bad job.

If Labour can only be saved from death by that pair then it's dead already.
 

mangaire2

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Could the miliband brothers save labour ?

well if our own Joanie Burton wasn't able to save Labour,
how could you expect the Miliband brothers to do it ?
 

Truth.ie

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Start listening to the working class.
That will save Labour. Nothing else.
 

Rafael Rose

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What could possibly go wrong?



 

Spanner Island

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FFS... Ed has destroyed Labour with the legacy of crap he introduced backed by the feckin' unions...

Plus he's the Michael Gove of Labour... or should that be Michael Gove is the Ed Miliband of the Tories...

Nah... can't see Ed making a come back... he's too much of a back stabbing twat...
 

making waves

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What astonishes me is that the 179 Blairite MPs are still living in the delusional cloud-cuckoo land that they somehow have control over what is happening. They still believe that the LP is there personal plaything to further their careers and they are oblivious that the majority of LP members want them out and will shaft them at the earliest opportunity through deselection.
 

Analyzer

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Start listening to the working class.
That will save Labour. Nothing else.
It so happens that this is the sort of thing you do before a general election.
Afterwards they stop listening to the people and listen to advocates of corporatism instead.
 


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