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Corbyn continues to beat Cameron.

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On 18 Nov 2015 at 4:11pm Loggerheads wrote:
Say what you like about Corbyn, he has Cameron by the short and curlies at PMQS.

Check it out here »
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On 18 Nov 2015 at 5:56pm Sussex Jim wrote:
I can't find the page to check it out. But I do know many Tories have joined the Labour Party specifically to vote Mr.Corbyn in as Labour leader; to ensure Labour will not win yet another dysfunctional election and further wreck our economy.
 
 
On 19 Nov 2015 at 2:05pm Rods Tiger wrote:
How many ?
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On 19 Nov 2015 at 4:41pm Zebedee wrote:
That's a myth Sussex Jim. But you've swallowed it of course. A few Tories tried (e.g. the hideous wart Toby Young) but were kicked out. Both the Greens and Labour have have seen dramatic surges in membership numbers over the last year for two reasons:

1) The large number of lefties who, for the past twenty five years have been politically disenfranchised, suddenly had someone to represent them

2) People began to realise that the Tories were no more than a bunch over over-privileged posh boys intent on maintaining their power by weakening society and dismantling the state.

Do you know Sussex Jim. I think you are the stupidest and most gullible person I have ever come across.
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On 19 Nov 2015 at 7:20pm Sussex Jim wrote:
Well, Zebedee, you are entitled to your opinions. Having lived in Sussex all my life and voted in twelve general elections, I think I have had a reasonable experience of life. I have seen governments of both colours come and go; and it seems that, in England, life is not all that bad.
In fact, life is what you make it. Make an effort to get on; and get rewarded in life. Sit there with a chip on your shoulder moaning about how the world owes you a living- then probably a left-wing view appeals to you.
 
 
On 19 Nov 2015 at 8:28pm John Smith wrote:
Quod erat demonstrandum.
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On 19 Nov 2015 at 10:42pm Gary wrote:
Does anyone look at Cameron and think 'I can relate to him'?
Kind regards,
Gary
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On 19 Nov 2015 at 11:16pm Lewes Lady wrote:
Can't say that "relating" to a political leader has ever been an aspiration for me. Do I think he has decent judgement to run the Country? Yes. Do I think that Milliband or Corbyn do? No.
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On 20 Nov 2015 at 12:46pm rippingyarns wrote:
Corbyn is dangerous Marxist and like all good marxists he hates Britain as it makes a mockery of everything he believes in. His 'honest politics' is nothing of the sort seeing as every time he lets us have a glimpse of his actual beliefs he quickly changes his tone and language. He will lose in 2020 if he survives until then which i highly doubt he will
As for Mr Cameron- He is a shining example of how the Conservative party have absolutely nothing to do with conservatism and have no beliefs other than acting as a vessel to obtain office for the sons of gentlemen. He has in fact fully appropriated New Labour ideology more than anything along with its Thatcherite economics, slavish subservience to the EU, mass immigration to prop up their illiterate economic plan and a grim taste for foreign wars.
 
 
On 20 Nov 2015 at 7:10pm Old Bloke wrote:
@Zebedee - do you have a stand up routine? Would love to book you for a function


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