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  1. Moo

    Anfield Road redevelopment

    *shrugs* I'll believe it when I see it. The Main Stand made perfect commercial sense due to the boxes and corporate seat packages. Does the same apply to the Anny Road? If it does I'm sure plans will be afoot.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Edit - The link is nearly as long as the article, I'll try to find a better one!
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    I hadn't read it until this morning either, so that's the Clarke suggestion dead in the water. Another Labour figure leading this, such as Harmon, would damage Corbyn's credibility so if it has to be someone from Labour it has to be Corbyn imo. Therefore Corbyn needs to be open minded to suggestions of candidates from other parties, there's a bit of time to thrash it out behind the scenes, hopefully they're doing that but I'm not hopeful, especially with Swinson involved.
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    Southampton 1 Liverpool 2 (Aug 17 2019)

    I know Adrian made a colossal fuck up but I felt a bit sorry for him. He's new to the squad, he's been thrown unexpectedly into the firing line immediately, he has the high of midweek followed by the immediate low of the injury. Then in this match he has the best most lauded Mr Perfect defender and all round superman VVD shouting and pointing at him to pass to Matip, but Matip didn't look quite ready then was on the move to create an angle for Adrian, all the while Ings getting closer. So instead of just putting his foot through it he second guesses himself with VVD in his vision and his own injury at the back of his mind - and just gets it all wrong. I can forgive him, as long as he doesn't do it again.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    It didn't matter to me at all until I read that Clarke doesn't view the role as described above (and as intended by Labour), instead that the role would be to "sort Brexit out" and negiotiate a deal with the EU... https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/16/sadiq-khan-lib-dems-jo-swinson-corbyn-only-viable-pm-stop-no-deal-brexit ... about two thirds of the way down this article. Labour would not, and should not, support this suggestion nor should the LDs and Swinson, who seems to have prematurely shot her load.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Someone has to? I think if Corbyn could use the compromise to his advantage then he should really consider it. However although he could still look like he's putting the "country first" and use this to his advantage, it seems the option of using Clarke to split the Tories is a non-starter as someone mentioned above he'd want to negotiate a new deal with the EU and is against a second referendum. If this is the case then Swinson mustn't have done her homework as the LDs couldn't possibly support him, could they?
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    Lib Dems

    Economically yes, but socially?
  8. I think it probably was pre Swinson. Chaos is a ladder (but that's one for another thread!)
  9. I agree, but the problem is the Lib Dems may not be as bothered about no deal as they claim. I think some, including Swinson, are more bothered about positioning themselves post Brexit and want to take advantage of the chaos, this is demonstrated by her being more interested in Corbyn being the enemy rather than the Tories who have actually got us in this position. So the question becomes is Corbyn willing to compromise in order to avoid no deal AND get a general election? I think he'd be daft not to if it is the only option.
  10. Because he could split the Tories and he could undermine Johnson's credibility as potential PM going into a general election. I think Johnson would reman their leader even after a VONC, or at the very least if he did step down they wouldn't have a clue which way to go and Clarke's presence would muddy the waters.
  11. You have a fair point, though I don't agree it's only Labour being asked to compromise, however Labour / Corbyn should not dismiss the chance to annex the Tories ahead of a GE and stop no deal. Clarke is a good opportunity for Labour, I hope they're considering it.
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    Lib Dems

    Am I reading her voting record right? Is she, like, the crappest liberal ever? SD, say it isn't so?..
  13. Democracy has been hijacked by the far right, it's going to take something out of the ordinary to stop them in their tracks before they do too much damage. I'd take Thatcher being dug up for two weeks to prevent a no deal Brexit.
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    Lib Dems

    I don't know the rest of her voting record and what qualifies her as a liberal, but it's true, she does seem like a right piece of work.
  15. I think they're what those southerners call saveloys.