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I am not listening easy this morning.

BBC and the press have been issuing some anti "anti Labour" stories- like Mandy's knockback about Brown's drugs questioning on the Marr show. Now are stories like these designed to give the BBC MORE credibility, as it may make them appear to be LESS PARTIAL to Labour?

In the meantime, R5 and no doubt other channels are producing some fairly ANTI Labour conference chat shows, again, more of the above? Long high profile discussion by disaffected Labour MP's on exactly why Gordon should go- errrr- like :blink:

WHY...?

Is this some sort of clever subliminal softening up process for some previously unspeakable imminent CHANGE OF LEADERSHIP?

Thoughts?

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I am not listening easy this morning.

BBC and the press have been issuing some anti "anti Labour" stories- like Mandy's knockback about Brown's drugs questioning on the Marr show. Now are stories like these designed to give the BBC MORE credibility, as it may make them appear to be LESS PARTIAL to Labour?

In the meantime, R5 and no doubt other channels are producing some fairly ANTI Labour conference chat shows, again, more of the above? Long high profile discussion by disaffected Labour MP's on exactly why Gordon should go- errrr- like :blink:

WHY...?

Is this some sort of clever subliminal softening up process for some previously unspeakable imminent CHANGE OF LEADERSHIP?

Thoughts?

Possibly

The ideology is always more powerful than the personality and seeing as Broon is devoid of personality (he is a sociopath) and a liability that could result in a very poor showing in the GE next year, this may be a bit of a state sponsored nudge to tell him to resign

I reckon he'll be gone by Xmas

As soon as Ireland has ratified the LisbonTreaty NuLabour's raison d'etre (high treason) is over for the time being. Soon it'll the Cameron and Osborne's turn to wreck the country. Once Lisbon is ratified, our parliament is all a bit of a side show frankly. Bliar could be our president soon and alot of the NuLabour criminals will be appointed to quangocracies in the EU.

Enough to make you vomit isn't it? ;)

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I am not listening easy this morning.

BBC and the press have been issuing some anti "anti Labour" stories- like Mandy's knockback about Brown's drugs questioning on the Marr show. Now are stories like these designed to give the BBC MORE credibility, as it may make them appear to be LESS PARTIAL to Labour?

In the meantime, R5 and no doubt other channels are producing some fairly ANTI Labour conference chat shows, again, more of the above? Long high profile discussion by disaffected Labour MP's on exactly why Gordon should go- errrr- like :blink:

WHY...?

Is this some sort of clever subliminal softening up process for some previously unspeakable imminent CHANGE OF LEADERSHIP?

Thoughts?

I suspect it's a desperate attempt to ingratiate themselves with Cameron, so they don't get utterly twit-battered next summer. The BBC is going to get it's just deserts, and they have just realised it

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I reckon Labour have twigged that Darling might be the one to lead them in to the election.

I just listened to his speech and thought EXACTLY the same.

A good speech

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I just listened to his speech and thought EXACTLY the same.

A good speech

Darling would undoubtedly appear more attractive to the electorate.

Though, a pint glass full of writhing, beer swollen, slugs would have more appeal than Brown.

I dont mind Darling, he comes across as at least human.

I still wont vote for a government that taxes the lowest paid more than a city bankers bonus.

I think if it comes to a live tv debate Clegg will do very well.

Hes called quite a bit right in the last few months.

I saw one poll where they were neck and neck with Liebour.

Clegg will have my vote.

If the tories cant nail Liebour this time, they really don't deserve power.

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Mandelson got quite a rough time ;) from John Humphreys this morning on Today...I do wonder if the BBC are starting to panic a little. Some at the top are possibly realising that a Tory government might treat them as ideological enemies in the same way the unions were treated after '79.

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Is this some sort of clever subliminal softening up process for some previously unspeakable imminent CHANGE OF LEADERSHIP?

Thoughts?

I thought the same this morning. Marr's "brave" question yesterday keeping the health issues in focus, Evening Standard today carrying a front page with an "insider" (Mandelson?) sl*gging off Brown for being a grumpy old man who can't inspire his party.....I just had a feeling it was all starting up again. I think they're going to try and get away with changing leader again and hoping that brings a hung parliament.

Also think a hung parliament is the biggest danger we face as a country in the immediate term - there are so many odious characters on the Labour front bench who care about nothing but power (Balls, Cooper, Miliband, Byrne particularly spring to mind). Suspect these people would be much more interested in poisoning the well than trying to work together for the electorate's good, and every new idea would get stuck in the marsh of party politics. Could be very dangerous in this climate...

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Mandelson got quite a rough time ;) from John Humphreys this morning on Today...I do wonder if the BBC are starting to panic a little. Some at the top are possibly realising that a Tory government might treat them as ideological enemies in the same way the unions were treated after '79.

The Tories will be keen to keep the BBC on side I reckon. I think Cameron’s government will be very weak. I don’t think they will win with a large majority and Cameron is inheriting the most diabolical mess from NuFascist

The BBC is tremendously powerful. They skewered the Tories from all sides for years for indiscretions that have been surpassed in quantum leaps by this government.

The BBC used every tool at their disposal to ridicule and destroy the reputation of the Tories. They used comedians as a very effective tool. Virtually every comedian who made it onto our screens in the 1980s had socialist leanings.

The Labour party has got off incredibly lightly compared with the Tories when you look at the catastrophe they have unleashed on the British people. However bad the Tories were, nothing compares to the legacy this shower of Marxist class warriors is leaving behind.

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The Tories will be keen to keep the BBC on side I reckon. I think Cameron’s government will be very weak. I don’t think they will win with a large majority and Cameron is inheriting the most diabolical mess from NuFascist

The BBC is tremendously powerful. They skewered the Tories from all sides for years for indiscretions that have been surpassed in quantum leaps by this government.

The BBC used every tool at their disposal to ridicule and destroy the reputation of the Tories. They used comedians as a very effective tool. Virtually every comedian who made it onto our screens in the 1980s had socialist leanings.

The Labour party has got off incredibly lightly compared with the Tories when you look at the catastrophe they have unleashed on the British people. However bad the Tories were, nothing compares to the legacy this shower of Marxist class warriors is leaving behind.

I am not so sure or at least I hope you're not completely right on the first score...........I doubt Hague, Clarke or Johnson for instance will easily forget the visceral bias of the BBC and the personal attacks that have been made on them which would never have been allowed against Liebour.

We will see but I would suspect a few at the BBC are getting nervous, we can only hope with good reason. Either way I doubt the halls of Pravda HQ will be covered with champagne bottles this election night.............

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