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croydon proud Flag Any european country i fancy! 15 Nov 22 7.22pm

Originally posted by YT

Where he can sit next to John Prescott.

He can be Johns apprentice with his lack of experience- at least two jags served his time- like him or loathe him!

 

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Originally posted by HKOwen

in 2024. Watching Sad D1k Can't and the geriatric anti semite slugging it out would be wonderful.

London is fooked and doomed to Labour / Left control anyway so may as well enjoy the sight of red on red handbag fight

Did Boris not serve 2 terms?

Probably no chance now as the Tories are toxic but eternal left is unlikely.

 

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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 16 Nov 22 8.46am Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Originally posted by croydon proud

He can be Johns apprentice with his lack of experience- at least two jags served his time- like him or loathe him!

Yeah served his time is about right. He did f*** all while he was there. Just a fat, thick oaf.

 


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Originally posted by YT

Yeah served his time is about right. He did f*** all while he was there. Just a fat, thick oaf.

At least he was smart enough to choose Jags.

 


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croydon proud Flag Any european country i fancy! 16 Nov 22 10.44am

Originally posted by Palace Old Geezer

At least he was smart enough to choose Jags.

 

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Originally posted by YT

Yeah served his time is about right. He did f*** all while he was there. Just a fat, thick oaf.

Except his diary secretary, if you remember.....

 


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View Matov's Profile Matov Flag 16 Nov 22 6.39pm Send a Private Message to Matov Add Matov as a friend

If Corbyn stood I would be seriously tempted to vote for him, just for the lolz. As others have said, London is beyond political redemption now.

Also, and this a strange emotion to feel, I actually feel quite sorry for Corbyn. I think he has been treated disgracefully by the Labour party and my understanding is that he has been a superb MP for Islington North,a sentiment expressed by even his bitterest opponents over there.

And this is a man who in 2017, led Labour to one of the most impressive vote tallies it has had in ages. Only to f***ed over by that fully paid-up Washington stooge, rat-faced t*** Starmer.

Corbyn may well be part of the political spectrum whom I see as my sworn enemies and might well have stuck me on a train to a 're-education' camp given half a chance but at least he offered people a genuine alternative to what was on offer.

 


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Originally posted by Matov

If Corbyn stood I would be seriously tempted to vote for him, just for the lolz. As others have said, London is beyond political redemption now.

Also, and this a strange emotion to feel, I actually feel quite sorry for Corbyn. I think he has been treated disgracefully by the Labour party and my understanding is that he has been a superb MP for Islington North,a sentiment expressed by even his bitterest opponents over there.

And this is a man who in 2017, led Labour to one of the most impressive vote tallies it has had in ages. Only to f***ed over by that fully paid-up Washington stooge, rat-faced t*** Starmer.

Corbyn may well be part of the political spectrum whom I see as my sworn enemies and might well have stuck me on a train to a 're-education' camp given half a chance but at least he offered people a genuine alternative to what was on offer.

Hes a c***

 

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