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"Strong and stable."

"Get Brexit done"

 

People are too stupid to think for themselves. Opposition parties need a three word mantra. Even if it is nonsense.

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5 minutes ago, Tj hooker said:

I'm in how the fuck do you do it I haven't done it since we moved to this platform 

Took me a while to find it, mate. There’s a drop down next to your name at the top of the pace and then click *ignored users*. Then if you’re on your phone, three lines, account, ignored

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Just now, Numero Veinticinco said:

Took me a while to find it, mate. There’s a drop down next to your name at the top of the pace and then click *ignored users*

Cheers pal 

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1 minute ago, Jennings said:

"Strong and stable."

"Get Brexit done"

 

People are too stupid to think for themselves. Opposition parties need a three word mantra. Even if it is nonsense.

You mean like "what the fuck"

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Absolutely devastating result. Everything from a basic level of healthcare, to the Human rights act, workers rights slashed, retirement at 75. Pretty much the beginning of the Singapore model. A free for all  - for vulture capitalism to feast on the worse possible outcome. 

 

 

 

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See ya, Jo.

 

[exit polls etc etc etc blah blah blah, it's my works night out tomorrow and I'm going to go full turdseye]

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Gutted but goes to show the media get's the Govt they want. They made sure 2017 when they went easy on Corbyn was never going to happen again .

 

Off topic but please Liverpool give us something for us to celebrate come May and to piss these fucking selfish knuckle draggers off  

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9 minutes ago, elvis said:

Enjoy tomorrow morning as you meet your fellow braindead colleagues for your burger king motorway breakfast  in your works Audi .  Lovely little sales pep talk to your minions , gloat as you tell them about how you wound a few scousers up on the internet . 

Sad pathetic man with delusions of grandeur  

Jesus. Everything about that is about as far from my job as you can get. Honestly, a million miles away. Apart from the last sentence obviously.  
 

shout at me when you should be shouting at momentum and JC. 

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1 minute ago, Stickman said:

Gutted but goes to show the media get's the Govt they want. They made sure 2017 when they went easy on Corbyn was never going to happen again .

 

Off topic but please Liverpool give us something for us to celebrate come May and to piss these fucking selfish knuckle draggers off  

The cunts learn from their mistakes. Didn't take him seriously in 2017, all out attack this time.

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2 minutes ago, Brownie said:

Don't really have the words for this. I'm generally pessimistic but even I didn't expect this.

It’s fucking tragic mate. Absolutely tragic. I’m so dejected. As you know, I’ve been critical of Corbyn. The Labour Party just don’t look like they are anywhere near to being able to win an election. I’m not a Labour member, I’m an anti Tory. But this will make it 15 years. The left need to learn how to win. 

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I think you can blame many things for Labour's disaster tonight. 

 

The fact it was a Brexit election. Corbyn. I think he's sound. Sadly, it's clear now that others don't hold that view. Be that based on their own genuine fears and dislikes, or because of the smears and untruths which have created a false impression of him. 

 

Tonight doesn't seem the time for an autopsy. But, I'm a remain voter and might not see what others do, but what is your average person, a worker, not a business owner, going to get from Brexit? It seems like they've not actually voted for anything tangible, other than the ability to say "we've left the EU!" 

 

What else is there for them to gain? I don't get it. 

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1 minute ago, Nelly-Torres said:

I think you can blame many things for Labour's disaster tonight. 

 

The fact it was a Brexit election. Corbyn. I think he's sound. Sadly, it's clear now that others don't hold that view. Be that based on their own genuine fears and dislikes, or because of the smears and untruths which have created a false impression of him. 

 

Tonight doesn't seem the time for an autopsy. But, I'm a remain voter and might not see what others do, but what is your average person, a worker, not a business owner, going to get from Brexit? It seems like they've not actually voted for anything tangible, other than the ability to say "we've left the EU!" 

 

What else is there for them to gain? I don't get it. 

Racism plays a big part. 

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2 minutes ago, Scooby Dudek said:

Blue passports

We can look at them for hours and hours whilst waiting in massive queues when we go on holiday.

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2 minutes ago, Nelly-Torres said:

I think you can blame many things for Labour's disaster tonight. 

 

The fact it was a Brexit election. Corbyn. I think he's sound. Sadly, it's clear now that others don't hold that view. Be that based on their own genuine fears and dislikes, or because of the smears and untruths which have created a false impression of him. 

 

Tonight doesn't seem the time for an autopsy. But, I'm a remain voter and might not see what others do, but what is your average person, a worker, not a business owner, going to get from Brexit? It seems like they've not actually voted for anything tangible, other than the ability to say "we've left the EU!" 

 

What else is there for them to gain? I don't get it. 

Do these results suggest that people who voted remain have now voted Tory in this election?

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