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  • We now have a Labour Leader and a Deputy Leader

    Posted by Helen on September 12th, 2015 (All posts by )

    Woop-de-doo! We have a Labour Leader and a Deputy, Jeremy Corbyn and Tom Watson, so the Tom and Jerry jokes have begun. At the moment nobody has the slightest idea what the new Leader’s policies are as he has never had any before and has not, in fact, had much of a political career. We wait with bated breath but as I have written in my latest posting on Your Freedom And Ours, at least his waffle about the European Union does not indicate any support for Brexit. That would be disastrous as we would lose many votes in the referendum.

     

    3 Responses to “We now have a Labour Leader and a Deputy Leader”

    1. dearieme Says:

      Apparently he’s voted against Labour in the Commons more often than Cameron has.

      I’ve long wanted to see Labour destroyed so that we can return to God’s order of Whigs vs Tories. He might deliver the first part: the second part will be harder since someone will have to organise a Tory party.

    2. Robert Schwartz Says:

      “his waffle about the European Union does not indicate any support for Brexit. That would be disastrous as we would lose many votes in the referendum.”

      I can’t unpack that one. Can you explain is Brexit good or bad? What does the “that” refer to, the waffle or support? Who is we? Labour? Conservative? UKIP?.

    3. Mike K Says:

      We were still in Chichester when the news appeared. Apparently, most of the “Shadow cabinet” has resigned refusing to be part of his government. At least Labour MPs have more courage or sense than Democrats on the Iran deal.

      In Ypres to day to see battlefield museums and cemeteries, including that of Sir William Osler’s son Revere.