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Originally posted by JRW2


That doesn't surprise me: I think the Conservatives could best manage most things.

Well,they have certainly best managed to get the NHS into its worst state in nearly 70 years of existence...where was it in 1997-2010?......a better state than now....QED.

 

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Originally posted by steeleye20

Good performance on TV from Jezza this morning and he is better than May at PMQ's and the focus is on the Tories weakest point the NHS.

Will there be a shift in public opinion to match at what moment do ordinary people realise they are not in a shared society they are being screwed.

He's not even in the same league as May at PMQ's... she wipes the floor with him!

This was his finest hour on PMQ's....

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Best laugh they've had in the Commons for years!

The guy is an idiot.

 


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Originally posted by Hoof Hearted

He's not even in the same league as May at PMQ's... she wipes the floor with him!

This was his finest hour on PMQ's....

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Best laugh they've had in the Commons for years!

The guy is an idiot.

He does struggle at PMQs. It is obviously not his favoured forum.

Having said that I think May struggles as well (just not as much). Compared to David Cameron and Tony Blair, she looks awkward and clumsy in the chamber.

 


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Originally posted by OknotOK

He does struggle at PMQs. It is obviously not his favoured forum.

Having said that I think May struggles as well (just not as much). Compared to David Cameron and Tony Blair, she looks awkward and clumsy in the chamber.

I like PMQs but with people like Blair & Cameron it became like a comedy show. The odd wisecrack fair enough but the validity went a long time ago, probably the ding dongs between Thatcher & Kinnock.

As for Corbyn, I just don't understand how people can rate him. Even when he floats an idea that is reasonably well received like last week, he and the Labour Party spend the rest of the day thrashing about trying to put out a coherent message. Then on Sunday he contradicts himself again when he must have known he'd be asked questions.

 


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Originally posted by Hoof Hearted

He's not even in the same league as May at PMQ's... she wipes the floor with him!

This was his finest hour on PMQ's....

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Best laugh they've had in the Commons for years!

The guy is an idiot.

Performance at PMQ's makes little difference. Hague was brilliant at it - and in the Commons in general but led his party to a massive defeat.

Once the public make up their mind about a person it is tough to change it. Hague never recovered from the baseball cap on the rollercoaster and claiming to drink 24 pints a day - or whatever it was.

Similarly I dont see Corbyn recovering from his appearance of being a well-meaning but over-eager Sociology lecturer.

 

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Originally posted by OknotOK

He does struggle at PMQs. It is obviously not his favoured forum.

Having said that I think May struggles as well (just not as much). Compared to David Cameron and Tony Blair, she looks awkward and clumsy in the chamber.


I don't think May has actually answered a single question properly at PMQ's. Anyone saying she does well is deluded.

 


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Originally posted by nickgusset


I don't think May has actually answered a single question properly at PMQ's. Anyone saying she does well is deluded.

I dont recall PM's ever answering a question properly.

 

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Originally posted by JRW2


That doesn't surprise me: I think the Conservatives could best manage most things.

And not very well at all, and there in lies the problem. Who is better Conservative or Labour at managing this or that, when the truth is they've both been s**t for as long as I can remember.

Neither is actually managing anything, other than 'the balance of power', the country hasn't been run for the people who make up its citizens, and the best interests of them ever, as far as I can tell. For me, it started with Thatcher, but only because I was too young, to see the f**k up before.

Both sides, play their power game, pander to their supporters, please enough swing votes, sell out the 'other half' to pay for it.

 


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