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1409 pages....you guys should have your own forum !!!

Oh OK. Shame that really, but hey it looks like @IMHAL helped us both out. Nice repost though, thanks ! Any thoughts ?  

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Just now, longgone said:

That's not nice

But it's f***ing true!

If only Labour had listened to Len Mcluskey and took a hard line against immigration. Copying the Tories' points based approach would have been enough. It sounds like you're being tough but still gives you latitude to fudge the figures.

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4 minutes ago, zugzwang said:

But it's f***ing true!

If only Labour had listened to Len Mcluskey and took a hard line against immigration. Copying the Tories' points based approach would have been enough. It sounds like you're being tough but still gives you latitude to fudge the figures.

Spot on. 

 

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3 minutes ago, zugzwang said:

But it's f***ing true!

If only Labour had listened to Len Mcluskey and took a hard line against immigration. Copying the Tories' points based approach would have been enough. It sounds like you're being tough but still gives you latitude to fudge the figures.

Bit racist mate.

All these chunts do is fudge they fudge everything.

Fingering fudgers the lot of them.

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Just now, Dave Beans said:

That's what Boris et al. wants us to believe.  When it comes to the new EU treaty, he'll cave..

But he won’t cave with headlines saying he wants to ‘extend FOM’ and offer the NHS and benefits to anyone the moment they set foot here.

The Labour conference headlines were dire.

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Disingenuous by soubry. Never the numbers for a peoples vote in parliament. Lib dems and snp voted for election as thought it would reward them handsomely (correct in case snp, terribly wrong for lib dems). Those two parties votes along with tories were enough to force election. Labour forced to agree despite secretly knowing this was on the cards. 

Corbyn must take blame for his own failings by resigning. But judging by results in brexit voting former heartlands about to turn blue, those who pulled labour towards remain were wrong. 

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7 minutes ago, Simhadri said:

OHHHHHHHHHHH STUNNING, LABOUR HOLD NEWCASTLE CENTRAL.

Seems we've VERY VERY interesting night ahead.

Labour vote help up very very well here.

Expecting TOUGH fight from Labour in north.

RED WALL IS LOOKING SOLID.

Losing Blyth Valley and keeping two safe seats with a reduced majority isn't looking particularly good or solid for Labour.

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7 minutes ago, Simhadri said:

SUNDERLAND LABOUR HOLD.

EXTRAORDINARY, VERY TOUGH BATTLE.

BREXIT PARTY failed to STOP LABOUR.

Assume lot of surprises.

Forget EXIT POLL, we'll see Tories below 330 tonight.

It'll be interesting to see some results from other regions, particularly London.

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5 minutes ago, Kosmin said:

McDonnell said this is a while back. Who would you suggest?

Laura Pidcock is very good. Jess Phillips is very good. Lisa Nandy if she keeps her seat. I also like Angela Rayner. She would appeal to women under 30, a consituency that almost never votes.

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