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    Marcel Mumpeau wrote:
    Originally posted by Lucy Waterman
    It does sort of feel like a split is inevitable now. If there is a leadership election, it might retrospectively be seen as a battle over who got to keep the Labour name
    Fucking hell, it's starting to sound like Buck's Fizz.
    I am, as I have always been, a pragmatic supporter of David Van Day's Original Labour Party Experience.

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      Corb Blimey!

      Well, I'm slightly in bitter jest here, but right now the Leave Party doesn't command a majority in Parliament. And the Leave Party needs one to do the Parliamentary and diplomatic business over the next few years. And HM's Opposition, the Remain Party, needs to be holding them to account.

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        Corb Blimey!

        Corbyn refused to confirm he had voted Remain when asked by Chris Bryant.

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          Corb Blimey!

          Lucy Waterman wrote:
          Originally posted by Marcel Mumpeau
          Originally posted by Lucy Waterman
          It does sort of feel like a split is inevitable now. If there is a leadership election, it might retrospectively be seen as a battle over who got to keep the Labour name
          Fucking hell, it's starting to sound like Buck's Fizz.
          I am, as I have always been, a pragmatic supporter of David Van Day's Original Labour Party Experience.
          At least you didn't waste any time making your mind up.

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            Corb Blimey!

            Wasn't it Dollar who had the name wrangle?

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              Corb Blimey!

              No fan of Corbyn as a leader but Hilary Benn and cohorts are being really unintelligent and have acted the Arse for months.

              It should be the Tories in meltdown not us.

              The important question for the government is what's the plan.

              Instead labour have declared a civil war.

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                Corb Blimey!

                N est à? wrote:
                Something about "securing the best deal for Britain". The best deal for Britain is the one we had before.
                Yeah there was a referendum though Tubbs (which I realise you didn't vote in)
                I want him to do a Dan Ashcroft Preacher Man.

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                  Corb Blimey!

                  27 off front bench now.

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                    Corb Blimey!

                    N est à? wrote: Yeah I think so- the former anyway. If half the PLP join the Lib Dems they become the official opposition, is that right? Maybe there was a long term strategic method in Nick Clegg's madness after all.
                    Joined by a good chunk of business-minded Tories. They can call themselves The Alliance, or something.

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                      Corb Blimey!

                      28 now.

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                        Corb Blimey!

                        Paul Mason is a gobshite. Calling people who might challenge Corbyn "the candidates of Goldman Sachs".

                        He ought to have carried on his more "objective" style.

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                          Corb Blimey!

                          GCostanza wrote: Wasn't it Dollar who had the name wrangle?
                          You really need to work harder at your sectarian history.

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                            Corb Blimey!

                            Walt Flanagans Chien wrote:
                            Originally posted by Lucy Waterman
                            Originally posted by Marcel Mumpeau
                            Originally posted by Lucy Waterman
                            It does sort of feel like a split is inevitable now. If there is a leadership election, it might retrospectively be seen as a battle over who got to keep the Labour name
                            Fucking hell, it's starting to sound like Buck's Fizz.
                            I am, as I have always been, a pragmatic supporter of David Van Day's Original Labour Party Experience.
                            At least you didn't waste any time making your mind up.
                            There's a way to describe the "land" a lot of Corbynistas live in, but I can't quite place it right now.

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                              Corb Blimey!

                              Lisa Nancy and Owen Smith gone now. It's 30.

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                                Corb Blimey!

                                Basically, David Van Day left Dollar and joined Bucks Fizz with Mike Nolan. Then Mike Nolan left Bucks Fizz to form Bucks Fizz Unity, while David Van Day continued as the Alliance For Bucks Fizz.

                                Meanwhile, a disaffected Theresa Bazar took a peerage and led the Lib Dems in the Lords.

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                                  Corb Blimey!

                                  John Healey and Angela Eagle. It's 32.

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                                    Corb Blimey!

                                    Lucy Waterman wrote: Basically, David Van Day left Dollar and joined Bucks Fizz with Mike Nolan. Then Mike Nolan left Bucks Fizz to form Bucks Fizz Unity, while David Van Day continued as the Alliance For Bucks Fizz.

                                    Meanwhile, a disaffected Theresa Bazar took a peerage and led the Lib Dems in the Lords.
                                    So we called ourselves The Originals again.

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                                      Corb Blimey!

                                      I forgot the bit about Bobby G murdering Cheryl with an icepick.

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                                        Corb Blimey!

                                        Back in mediaval times when the dominant institution went to war with itself you ended up with a Pope and Anti-Pope.

                                        That would be interesting.

                                        It all went horribly, horribly wrong for Labour when they elected Ed Milliband. As a (smug) vegetarian, it's interesting to note that Ed will be remembered for a bacon sandwich incident and Cameron for what happened at a hog roast. The moral of the story is elect a vegan leader.

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                                          Corb Blimey!

                                          Kerry McCarthy?

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                                            Corb Blimey!

                                            Here's a sidenote - the Tories should take note of the influence of Seumas Milne on all this coming to pass. Don't put someone who will always put ideology before pragmatism with their hands on the levers of power.

                                            But they may still put Dominic Cummings inside Number Ten.

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                                              Corb Blimey!

                                              What is the influence of Seumas Milne on all this?

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                                                Corb Blimey!

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                                                  Corb Blimey!

                                                  Corbyn announces new top team. Dr Eoin Clarke (Lab, Twitter) will be Shadow Foreign Secretary.

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                                                    Corb Blimey!

                                                    Corbyn could do with endorsing somebody else - McDonnell, even Clive Lewis - and standing down. Though if he doesn't, it certainly won't be him destroying the Labour Party.

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