Anonymous
Anonymous asked in News & EventsCurrent Events · 2 months ago

is UK in a mess because Corbyn and momentum were too busy playing student politics, how on earth did they suffer biggest loss since 1935?

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  • snafu
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    2 months ago
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    The membership decided to drag the party to the far left to reclaim their so called party, so they backed Corbyn.  What a complete waste of time that was.  Keir Starmer is now dragging the party back to the centre.  That’s where elections are won.  This is why Boris and the Tory party are now on the back foot.  For the first time in over 10 or so years this country has a relevant and functioning opposition.  I hope a lesson has been learned.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    the Only mess is the One we clean up

    after Labour has been in power

  • 2 months ago

    Becasue the Labour voter base didn't tune-out to vote, that in combination with a non-democratic voting system, gave the Tories way too much power. Now they are fleecing the tax payer by false procurement contracts to their mates using the C-19 emergency powers legislation.They are fleecing us for ever penny they can get their grubby hands on. But, never mind because in 2021 the machine really seriously starts to go off the rails.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    How they managed to suffer their biggest loss was by agreeing to an election, like turkeys voting for Christ mas. They should have left Boris dangling until people got fed up with him.

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  • 2 months ago

    The country is in a mess because petulant Liberal Democrat voters decided to punish their party in the 2015 General Election for going into coalition with the Conservatives. The result was a small Conservative majority which led to a knife-edge Brexit vote in the 2016 referendum and Cameron pulling up the stumps and departing in disgrace.  Nobody in England campaigned with much enthusiasm to remain in Europe. I thought that very suspicious at the time; but now we know the financiers of the so-called "Establishment" were in favour of leaving, making money from the resulting fire sale of the UK's assets, and starting a brain drain of experts from Little Britain to the world-class economy of the EU.

    Even if Corbyn had stepped aside for Starmer, it was Boris who had the charisma and voter momentum in the December 2019 election.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Because the country was fed up with Labour misrule.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    The people just didn't want Abert Steptoe running the country. 

  • 2 months ago

    UK is in a mess because the Conservatives have been in power for 10 years. Yes, the opposition should have been stronger - but it's the government to blame, not the opposition.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Dithering over Brexit policy and the 'Contract on Corbyn' (a Jewish Israeli journalist's description of the orchestrated campaign by Zionists to smear Corbyn as "antisemitic" because of his criticism of Israel on Palestine) contributed to Labour's defeat. If eurosceptic Corbyn had stepped aside in favour of Keir Starmer when May was still prime minister there is a good chance there would have been a coherent policy for a second referendum.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    From Rupert Murdoch's anus to the feeble mind exactly as disseminated, not a word out of place, give yourself a biscuit

  • 2 months ago

    Making Corbyn leader of the Labour Party meant they were unelectable.  You could have a vote for the Party leader if you paid a registration fee of £3,  The Tories just bought enough votes to put Corbyn in charge.

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