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On 19 Oct 2015 at 7:53am democrat wrote:
The Boundary Commission is redrawing constituency boundaries. This will be done on the basis of who is on the register on 1 December of this year. So it might be worth registering if you haven't in the past and also to encourage any young people including students to do so as well.
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 8:15am Watching Brief wrote:
The boundary changes are the going to be the opportunity Coebyn and his unpleasant hard left cronies take to remove the moderate MPs who oppose him.
It will trigger re-selection and "Momentum," his 'Party within a party', will organised the new extremist element that now dominate Labour Party membership, to threaten and on occasion remove awkward MPs.
High profile Blairites will be left but the character of the PLP will be entirely different by 2020.
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 12:22pm democrat wrote:
I think it is the Tories who stand to gain through the redrawing of the boundaries 'Watching Brief'.
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 12:28pm hal wrote:
It's not hard left! Let's be honest. I can respect an opinion based on an ideology but don't pass it off as hard fact. There is nothing extreme about Labour policy. They are now to the left of the conservative instead of indistinguishable from Tory policy which can only be a good thing in terms of balanced debate.
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 1:04pm Watching Brief wrote:
Blair and Brown between them changed the balance of this country from one where 37% of GDP was state controlled to well over 50%.As I gather this is now "right wing".Not from where I am standing.
Corbyn`s hero and political lode star, as he would happily admit, is Tony Benn. He and his “Shadow Chancellor “ are happy to belt out the Red Flag fist clenched but not happy to sing the National anthem. It is his ambition to renationalise the commanding heights if the economy pursue “Socialism” as an outright alternative to ‘Capitalism’ leave NATO and so on.
These are facts, not “right wing dominated media Tory Nazi slurs “ (as disagreement is now called ). Naturally no-one likes the label of extremist but that is certainly what the ( Right wing Tory Nazi) Labour Parliamentary Party think.
Can I suggest these and many many more inconvenient details are removed form history as soon as possible comrade Hal. I personally expect to live out my days on Hebridean Gulag whilst the mental illness I clearly suffer from is “corrected”
Hail Corbyn !!!!!
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 1:08pm RedFlag wrote:
The Labour Party are now just getting back to where they were when they were founded - and even now are still a lightweight version compared to then. Watching Brief, try reading The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists instead of the Daily Mail
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 1:34pm Mark wrote:
I note that Paul Newman is now Watching Brief. New week, same utter drivel and collection of made up factoids.
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 1:58pm Mark wrote:
Redflag, yes it's a stunning book. I doubt that anyone could read it without becoming a life-long socialist. I doubt that Paul Newman (Watching Brief) will follow your advice. Best thing I've read this year was "The Establishment and They Get Away With It" Owen Jones.
 
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 1:59pm New Left Thinking wrote:
Brother Mark, the many faced lickle-spit capitalist lackey Newman sells lies for his masters. His so called facts are merely chains by which the workers are held in bondage with "False consciousnesses".The so called people who are not on the side of "The people" will be dealt with in due course comrades, they will find the experience chilly !

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On 19 Oct 2015 at 2:05pm Not fooled. wrote:
New Left Thinking is the brainless Tory spambot Paul Newman.
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 6:42pm Belladonna wrote:
Give it a rest Paul. You are like an attention-seeking toddler. I'd suggest you go and get some fresh air
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On 19 Oct 2015 at 7:44pm Sussex Worker wrote:
The working class can kiss my a***
I've become a capitalist at last!
Keep the blue flag flying here.


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