Discussion in 'UK politics, current affairs and news' started by Kaka Tim, Feb 14, 2019.
They'll be wishing they'd stayed. "Future Britain Group"
But is it bad enough to be worth reading for entertainment purposes?
Honestly? Not really, It generally just confirms ideas you might have about the Tingers and what they stand for. It will probably be good value in the future for pointing out hypocrisy but I don’t subscribe to gotcha culture anyway - it’s clear what they want, it’s what you always thought, and nobody worth arguing with takes them seriously enough for direct examples to be worth citing.
I did find his bitter comments about the perception of centrism a bit funny.
Am in the UAE and these cunts are running paid ads
Saying what? Aimed at who?
Chasing donations probably - UAE very open to lobbying: https://sunlightfoundation.com/2014...-spent-the-most-to-influence-the-usa-in-2013/
Vince Cable standing down as Libdem leader could well be Tinge related? A step in the new formation?
In what way could it be 'Tinge related', do you think?
He’s stepping down in May. His birthday is in May. He’ll be 76.
I think that’s all it is.
Corbyn should join him being centre left along with all those from Momentum
A reconfiguration between the LDs and Tinge. Cable has been talking about it for weeks
You may scoff, but these unpopulists have got stickability...in for the long haul...after 24 days they're posting a Press Release saying they "...will not give up."
She's got some front accusing the Labour leadership of...
OK, I hadn't been aware of that, TBH
Apparently, the LibDems
So I don't think Cable's retirement necessarily has anything to do with Chuka's mob
Not sure where that quote comes from but "both the Lib Dems and Tig have dismissed talk of any kind of merger" may be technically true but it isnt the whole picture
There has been endless talk about 'arrangements' between the two groups in the press, often coming from Cable himself
Vince Cable: I’ll build a new home for Labour rebels
Last time i looked the impression was definitely agreement about an informal arrangement so they wouldnt stand against each other, and that regular meetings were taking place about a common strategy. From Cables mouth below:
TINGE want to form a 'party' by the autumn (conference season?) and Lib Dems are now going through another moment of change - a new leader will have the choice whether to align more closely with TINGE or not. Cable was broadly supportive - it will be mildly interesting to see what the new leader does about it, if anything. Logic dictates they should form an alliance, but who knows.
is it dead yet?
Sorry, meant to include link. It came from here
What next for the Liberal Democrats?
I don’t like to mock people’s appearance but I didn’t realise Nick Parks and Aardman had resurrected Spitting Image.
Tinge will get tango'd
Be careful mixing yellow and orange, you could end up with Amber!
and then you're buggered
Only if there’s a lot of money changing hands!
Where did Aleister Crowley go, Pickman's, and who has replaced him?
ac resting, and no one knows
Yeah sorry I meant I don’t mind.
Then you’re a prick and hiding behind not being one isn’t very clever
Do you want to work for the Tinge?
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I notice they are looking for press officers on a three month contract. Do they perhaps sense that they aren't going to last very long?
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