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Thread: What is the point of Labour anymore?

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    Could we bring in some Chinese builders to construct a few new hospitals in super quick time?

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    The results of the elections for Leader and Deputy Leader of the UK Labour Party are due to be announced a week tomorrow. According to the bookies, Keir Starmer is close to a dead cert for Leader, and Angela Rayner is odds-on favourite for Deputy Leader. Is this a balanced team? I think so.

    How will the change affect Richard WhoHe? Could it be the beginning of the end for him? I hope so.

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    As universally predicted, Keir Starmer and Angela Rayner won their respective ballots. And Jackie Baillie is deputy leader in Scotland. Does that leave Richard WhoHe out on a limb, or can he work with the new team? I’m not optimistic that he has the ability.

    I wonder if the 2021 Holyrood elections will need to be postponed?
    Last edited by aqua; 10-Apr-20 at 11:45.

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    Richard WhoHe’s Labour Party continues to reach new lows in opinion polling for the 2021 Holyrood election. I suppose he’ll go after his party plumbs new depths in the election.

    Ross the ref from the Tories is more interesting. He’ll also get his erse kicked in the election, but he may survive as he’s not a ‘proper’ upper class twit. I have a vision of oddquine mothering him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aqua View Post

    Ross the ref from the Tories is more interesting. He’ll also get his erse kicked in the election, but he may survive as he’s not a ‘proper’ upper class twit. I have a vision of oddquine mothering him.
    Seems to me just being any class of a twit should amply qualify him for being a Tory MP or MSP. Not likely to get his erse kicked, though...afaik, he's not standing here in the constituency.....I suspect he'll top the Tory list for Highlands and Islands as he did in 2016....and get elected.
    Oddquine smothering him would be much more appropriate!

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    Ah yes I think you’re right, Ross the Ref won’t get a personal boot up his erse as he’s not standing on his own two feet at the election. But his party will surely lose a few seats unless they can benefit from a second wave of disgruntled left leaning unionist voters deserting Richard Whohe’s soporific sinking socialists.

    He’ll need someone to give him a hug when his party loses some seats. Even a callous Aqua wouldn’t want him to cry alone in public.

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    Who WhoHe?
    Say "NO" to sock puppets on 'e Org!

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