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Labour wants to reconnect with the concerns of ordinary families

Send them out door to door. They'll definitely connect with something then.

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A bigoted woman or two, perhaps?

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It was a baseball bat.................

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The first year in opposition was terrible for Labour , because of what happened in the Scotland elections.

Suck eggs i say.

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Pah.

I think the BBC's relationship with Labour was neatly displayed when John Sopel went 'off script' recently while interviewing Ed Balls. Balls, clearly dismayed, started demanding to know, "John... how could you say that... you're from the BBC..."

I can't find the clip, funnily enough. Found it!

, utterly sickening. 'Demolishes' my ar*e.

Labour's first year in opposition in BBC land? Brilliant! Call an election now! It'll be Champers bottles in corridors again, dahling!

Edited by tahoma

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Send them out door to door. They'll definitely connect with something then.

:)

Seriously though, in reply to the OP's article, what chance of 'reconnecting' when all they have is more-or-less the same cabinet people as before and a leader even the party faithful didn't (and presumably still do not) want.

If anyone wants a view into Labour people's thinking, hop on over to Labourlist or something. It's like a cult.

Edited by cheeznbreed

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The mind boggles. Who funds this organisation and what is it for?

maybe it's a centre for libdems disgusted at being in government

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I have recently had the misfortune to deal with a recruiter who usually works in 'elite public sector' recruitment.

Totally 'common purpose', and the amount of shoddy NLP she has tried on me is jaw dropping and painful.

She got the job spec completely wrong and told me to use NLP on my interviewer by repeating everything he said (?)

Took credit for all my work in this really bizarre fashion, and when I was promised second round interview by the employer (shook hands on it) she went nuts and now is doing everything possible to withdraw me from the job. She is contacting people to dig up dirt on me, I kid you not.

I have had to walk away from the madness, which is sad, because the employer (private sector) has just lost a candidate they liked.

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I have recently had the misfortune to deal with a recruiter who usually works in 'elite public sector' recruitment.

Totally 'common purpose', and the amount of shoddy NLP she has tried on me is jaw dropping and painful.

She got the job spec completely wrong and told me to use NLP on my interviewer by repeating everything he said (?)

Took credit for all my work in this really bizarre fashion, and when I was promised second round interview by the employer (shook hands on it) she went nuts and now is doing everything possible to withdraw me from the job. She is contacting people to dig up dirt on me, I kid you not.

I have had to walk away from the madness, which is sad, because the employer (private sector) has just lost a candidate they liked.

I don't understand what credibility a recruiter (agency) would have in putting someone forward and then trying to undo that. Odd behaviour nonetheless.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-13425324

Labour wants to reconnect with the concerns of ordinary families

Labour should have thought of that when they were in office.

That said, there is only one party in this country now and it will take a revolution to break it. Labour and Tory serve themselves and their masters, the Banksters together with the industrial elite. I have never known such widespread corruption in this country with no real competition and nothing but cartels that serve themselves while successive governments fob us of with do-nothing "watchdogs" who regulate nothing other than the brand of tea bags they buy in.

In the meantime the migrants flood in, the houses remain unaffordable, the banksters grow rich and the goverment work out how to profit from our so-called National Health Care.

Who will rid us of this troublesome government and opposition?

Edited by Realistbear

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Who will rid us of this troublesome government and opposition?

Uhh the people of the UK are supposed to , who else would?

Don't fancy your chances much mate , sorry , too many sheeple still.

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Labour wants to reconnect with the concerns of ordinary families

Sign, don't they all when they are in opposition.

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The first year in opposition was terrible for Labour , because of what happened in the Scotland elections.

Suck eggs i say.

Lib Dem vote collapses and migrates to SNP, Labour vote stays the same..?

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Sign, don't they all when they are in opposition.

Sadly , this is true

Lib Dem vote collapses and migrates to SNP, Labour vote stays the same..?

Still , Labour lost alot of seats to SNP.

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Send them out door to door. They'll definitely connect with something then.

Jesus, Hazel Blears on Question Time. Every week it was like, "But I've been out knocking on doors and all people are asking me is, Hazel, when will you introduce Supercasinos/24hour drinking/ID cards" etc.etc.

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Jesus, Hazel Blears on Question Time. Every week it was like, "But I've been out knocking on doors and all people are asking me is, Hazel, when will you introduce Supercasinos/24hour drinking/ID cards" etc.etc.

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