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Seeing that not so long ago a large number of the PLP voted 'no confidence' in Corbyn and despite the hype and delusions, Labour lost quite badly, is there any chance of a mass defection of the PLP to the LibDems?

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Not sure, but the way I heard it was that a lot of the plp rebels and suddenly got behind Corbyn.

 

Can't pretend I know what would happen, as I thought despite a woeful performance May would have got some sort of majority.

 

Corbyn must think demographics are on his side, but maybe this election was his high point, in which he fell short and he could start to slump.

 

Having said that, even the MSM are saying an economic slow down is coming, which you would expect favours the party not in government.

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40 minutes ago, reddog said:

Corbyn must think demographics are on his side, but maybe this election was his high point, in which he fell short and he could start to slump.

Only Labour are seriously trying to woo the priced out. Who would they vote for if not Corbyn?

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On 28/06/2017 at 11:36 AM, reddog said:

At least Corbyn is good if you want a HPC.

 

On the negative side, you would probably have a total economy crash!

I suspect both are here within 2 years regardless of whoever takes charge.

Labour are probably hoping that the Tories cling onto power for around a year, so they get all the blame.

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