On Thu 11 Jul at 6:05pm Mark wrote:
I can remember the days when Panorama did superb investigative journalism.
On Thu 11 Jul at 7:12pm Basil wrote:
Though it's a good sign when you can get the BBC, the Tories, the Lib Dems and the Blairites united against Labour. It shows Corbyn has got them rattled.
On Thu 11 Jul at 7:35pm Hyena wrote:
Yes Mark it’s all a conspiracy , poor old Jezza.
On Thu 11 Jul at 8:21pm The Tooth Fairy wrote:
The problem with Corbyn is that he unites the uneducated of which there are many
On Thu 11 Jul at 8:28pm Hyena wrote:
Yeah , one man’s anti Semite is another man’s messiah.
On Fri 12 Jul at 7:12am Mark wrote:
Notwithstanding the important issues raised by Hyena and TF....
Last week THE Labour-related story on the BBC was that the party were finished - a spent political force. They ran that in almost every news bulletin. They've had to drop the story this week because Labour are now leading in the polls (Google "Britain elects") and they've reverted to peddling nonsense about antisemitism. An email was edited to completely alter it's meaning. The programme was backed by sinister music that belongs on CBBC. This is the sort of thing that happens in tin pot, third world countries.
On Fri 12 Jul at 8:56am Sensible wrote:
What a mischievous and wrong post by "Mark", above. Opinion polls are generally incorrect, as is known by everyone, as they incorporate the bias of their commissioning body. The party ready to win any general election is not any racist socialist outfit, but the natural party of established leadership, land ownership, authority and government, the Conservative Party. It is correct that its members, as the electorate understood when it created a Conservative victory in the last election, should alone be electing the next Conservative leader who will immediately set to achieving the will of the overwhelming majority of the British people, and that is to cut off fully the European Union, and restore a traditional society. The British people did perfectly well, the last time we were isolated from Europe even if, as my previous generation did, they may tighten their belts a little for a generation or two. The aberration that is the Labour party will be remembered briefly by historians, and then only for its embrace of deceptive and unnatural tendencies.
On Fri 12 Jul at 9:48am Rumpole wrote:
Todays Tory Party is about as far removed from my Conservative Party as Corbyns Labour Party is from Tony Blairs. I am a proud Conservative. I hate what the party has become.
On Mon 15 Jul at 11:15pm Tom Pain wrote:
The old hyena's really living up to his name. Whatever you think about Corbyn the last thing you could imagine is that he's racist. He seems to be for any minority to the extent that no one knows what he really is himself. Is it possible to be anti racist and an anti Semite, well according to hyena, it is.