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Good to see irritating "pretty boy" Bradshaw not selected for shadow cabinet. Over the last 12 months he has been on every political programme going. He comes across as the lightest of lightweights, but still he is thrust forward by his bosses, to further the party line. Hopefully gone forever from our screens, but i doubt it. Then there is Cooper, being touted as the next shadow chancellor. Good God. If that happens, it will certainly demean the post, and would prove that a shredded wheat could do the job.

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She cant be worse than Gordon, can she?

Gordons greatest asset was that he looked like a boring accountant so people thought he might have a clue.

...being at the Treasury ....she helped Gordo to wreck the country....and she talks too much repetitive political rhetoric like a parrot .....she will continue to scorch the country's earth in any role if Red Labour get in..... :rolleyes:

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In her resume it says she apprenticed in USA 'under' Bill Clinton for a few years! :o

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After the fiasco of HIPS, I can't understand how anyone gives Yvette Cooper an iota of credibility. The whole point of HIPS was to make the process of selling a house more competitive by creating a common set of documents used by all sellers, but she caved in to the estate agent lobby, allowed them to eviscerate any actual content in the document, thereby making the entire exercise economically pointless. Of course she carried on with the programme, wasting billions in the process, then delivered it a year late, just to see it all scrapped a year later. This woman is a menace to good government. Now she's aspiring to run foreign policy!

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After the fiasco of HIPS, I can't understand how anyone gives Yvette Cooper an iota of credibility. The whole point of HIPS was to make the process of selling a house more competitive by creating a common set of documents used by all sellers, but she caved in to the estate agent lobby, allowed them to eviscerate any actual content in the document, thereby making the entire exercise economically pointless. Of course she carried on with the programme, wasting billions in the process, then delivered it a year late, just to see it all scrapped a year later. This woman is a menace to good government. Now she's aspiring to run foreign policy!

Is she really the best talent labour have got?

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Did anyone hear Ed Balls on the radio trying to sound positive about the Home Office brief. I laughed 'till I almost wet myself. I don't suppose he reads this forum but just in case:

Hey Ed, we are the same age. My career isn't in terminal decline though, I've just been promoted (again). To satisy your own pig headed bullying insticts you and that feckless prat you backed have caused me and my family real pain. We are over that now and I hope you are getting your pain. I hope you never hold any office of state again.

And Yvette gets foreign office. As Antony Howard said its a bit of a nothing brief really as all you get to do is agree it is right to be in Afganistan, apologise for Iraq and go and make meaningless speeches to European socialist groups. I suppose if you are really unlucky you get to be on the same platform as the Kinnocks.

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She cant be worse than Gordon, can she?

Gordons greatest asset was that he looked like a boring accountant so people thought he might have a clue.

I kid you not, but that is precisely how he got the job. All of TB's NULabour was about image and branding.

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Good to see irritating "pretty boy" Bradshaw not selected for shadow cabinet. Over the last 12 months he has been on every political programme going. He comes across as the lightest of lightweights, but still he is thrust forward by his bosses, to further the party line. Hopefully gone forever from our screens, but i doubt it. Then there is Cooper, being touted as the next shadow chancellor. Good God. If that happens, it will certainly demean the post, and would prove that a shredded wheat could do the job.

Pardon the cliché, but Isn't this all just a little bit like re-arranging the deck-chairs on the Titanic. These losers are all about 15 years too late for the Nu-labour party.

I mean a shadow chancellor who admits to knowing nothing about economics? That literally makes me shake with rage and don't get me started on Balls and Cooper.

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  • 140 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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