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If Corbyn became Prime Minister
14 November 2017 14:46 Post ID: #1560573 - in reply to #1560477
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I would prefer Boris and Gove to Corbyn and McDonald any day.
I would still much prefer a genuine Labour government but
Momentum and the unions have their claws in deep and it will
take decades to get rid of them.
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14 November 2017 15:09 Post ID: #1560580 - in reply to #1560573
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midway lion - 14/11/2017 14:46

I would prefer Boris and Gove to Corbyn and McDonald any day.
I would still much prefer a genuine Labour government but
Momentum and the unions have their claws in deep and it will
take decades to get rid of them.


Indeed. I would prefer a genuine Labour govt. to Corbyn and Co. At least they would be patriots.
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14 November 2017 17:39 Post ID: #1560587 - in reply to #1560477
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Got to agree with Wippa, Boris is a fkin clown.

Corbyn is a cnt of the highest order, as are a fair few on his party.

In fact, its very difficult to pick anyone out of any of the parties; quite simply because of the mess and turmoil that is pushing the right further right and the left further left.

Politicians have forgot that they are paid to run the country, not score brownie points against each other.

I also agree with numbernine. The kick off is waiting to happen. Cast your mind back to the London riots - that was for a black man being shot and potentially framed (not sure of the outcome in the end!). It won't take a lot for it to fall apart again like that and worse - probably in the north and midlands as a starting point.

Country is fcked and has been for years, but its getting progressively worse and no one has got the balls to sort it out.
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