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    Deereyme66
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    Will this finally put an end to the Corbyn references from a selected few on here? I won’t hold my breath.

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    And I didn’t mean 99%, who’s piss is probably boiling that RLB didn’t get in.

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    Seeing as how Middle England soils it’s pants at the sound of the words “Hard Left” if Labour want to recapture lost ground then I’m afraid it was a case of shit or bust!

    Had Long-Bailey won then I guess it would have been “as you were”.

    It would have been a nigh-on impossible task to find a candidate that satisfied all criteria, but with what is effectively a two party system (until others get their arses into gear) there are bound to be divisions in both of the major political groups.

    Not sure if this knight will be the Sir Galahad we’ve been looking for but I’ll be interested to see how he sets about the grail quest.

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    BloodyRubbishIron
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    Given that we could well see an in-party struggle if Starmer moves away from the ideal of the hard left, there could well be mutterings over the state of the party in Corbyn’s wake. The ramifications of the disastrous Corbyn experiment have had a huge impact on the party, so a critical analysis of Corbyn is needed. Criticism of him is needed and shouldn’t go away.

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    If that’s the case BRI, can I request that a separate sub-forum be set up (the blame Corbyn forum) because I am sick of reading any more about him, and for his name to be used every time as an easy target whenever a poster is unable to debate an issue.

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    BloodyRubbishIron
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    Well, I won’t be using it for those purposes. I would only invoke him if I deemed it relevant, such as for the state of the party, bemoaning the legacy of a factional struggle because of the hard left that he represents trying to keep control and the outcome of the EHRC report. I won’t be using him as a response to anything put foreward by Starmer’s leadership. Corbyn’s thankfully going to return to his backbench comfort zone, and if the EHRC report is as damning as suspected I’d argue that this is too good for him.

    But, no, I won’t be saying but Corbyn’s Labour would be as bad as [insert Tory policy/error here] given that he’s no longer leader.

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