Chuka Umunna rules out serving in Corbyn's shadow cabinet

Discussion in 'Brixton' started by editor, Sep 12, 2015.

  1. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Hardly getting over it.

    Personally, I'm grateful to Chuka and the other "won't serves" for marking out what pathetic right-wing shitheads they are.
    You'd hope that your MP, who after all is supposed to represent constituent interests, would participate in something that might get his party into power (because fuck knows that continuing neoliberalism-lite hasn't worked). Nope, it's got to be on his terms, or he'll take his ball home.
     
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  2. Casually Red

    Casually Red tomorrow belongs to me

    The total disconnect with reality and the complete inability to comprehend the red swarm have arrived in their hordes and annihilated them reminds me of that Austrian chap in the bunker..

    not fritzl , the other one .
     
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  3. Gromit

    Gromit International Man of Misery

    We've had Labour
    We've had New Labour.
    We need Labour the Next Generation.

    Keeping the old New Labour cronnies in cabinet ain't going to achieve that. They ain't the right sort.
     
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  4. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Hardly getting over it.

    From what Corbyn has been saying re: party democracy, I think he's likely to leave it to the membership to decide.
     
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  5. Casually Red

    Casually Red tomorrow belongs to me

    Why ?

    Membership of it is pretty much a contract not to have socialism . They're a shower of new labour clone bastards running the show . It's a bloody awful institution .
     
  6. brixtonblade

    brixtonblade Well-Known Member

    Because left to our own devices the cunts we keep voting for will fuck everything up a lot quicker than if we're bound to some sort of "don't be a country full of venal arseholes" contract

    Plus, If farage wants out then I want in.
     
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  7. friendofdorothy

    friendofdorothy it is so much worse than Thatcherism now

    No, they are the well right of center sort.
     
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  8. agricola

    agricola a genuine importer of owls

    It has been said oft times elsewhere, but I really do hope that Corbyn ditches the PLP whip and makes them vote along the lines of their own beliefs.
     
  9. Gramsci

    Gramsci Well-Known Member

    The newsagent in the underground station sell Morning Star.
     
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  10. Casually Red

    Casually Red tomorrow belongs to me

    The Eu is run by the biggest venal arseholes going . Basically you're arguing against democracy and people having a say over who rules them .

    And with respect that position as regards Farage just isn't logical . I'd have though the best way to obliterate him politically would be with a labour party committed to a referendum .
     
  11. Jon-of-arc

    Jon-of-arc Ransom'd, Stoopid & Roofless

    Have they changed the story linked to in the OP? Because otherwise this thread makes no sense.

    E2a editor
     
  12. 8ball

    8ball BUY QUALITY SLAT NOW!!

    I think both Labour and the Tories need to split to become viable parties. They both have a chasm within their memberships.
     
  13. magneze

    magneze mnemonic beef

    Makes no sense. Just vote the way you want. Farage & UKIP are irrelevant as soon as the polls close in the EU referendum.
     
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  14. tim

    tim Well-Known Member

    Yes, that way we could finally break the mould of British politics.

    [​IMG]
     
  15. brixtonblade

    brixtonblade Well-Known Member

    Nope I'm voting for the continent to vote together
     
  16. 8ball

    8ball BUY QUALITY SLAT NOW!!

    Splits have happened before, you say? :eek:

    Do you have a newsletter I can subscribe to?
     
  17. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Hardly getting over it.

    Wouldn't that require them to actually formulate their own beliefs, instead of swallowing the neoliberal line wholesale?
    Poor fuckers wouldn't know what to do, would they? :D
     
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  18. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Hardly getting over it.

    I remember the first time I saw that.
    My reaction was "they look like someone has just dragged them out of a secondary school staffroom".
    Wasn't impressed by them then, and they've done very little since to prove they've any political value.
     
  19. tim

    tim Well-Known Member


    No just a demo you missed


    [​IMG]
     
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  20. JimW

    JimW 支那暗杀团

    I think I might rule myself out of Corbyn's shadow cabinet too so I can feature in all the news bulletins.
     
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  21. CH1

    CH1 "Red Guard"(NLYL)

    Tessa Jowell is doing this right now on Sky News
     
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  22. twistedAM

    twistedAM Left Of The Dial

    What's the odds on him getting reselected anyway? I'd wager Harrison is thinking about returning to law and the bling lifestyle.
     
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  23. magneze

    magneze mnemonic beef

    Doing what?
     
  24. Harry Smiles

    Harry Smiles Well-Known Member

    Ruling herself out presumably.
     
  25. magneze

    magneze mnemonic beef

    Shadow cabinet is appointed isn't it? Bit late!
     
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  26. Monkeygrinder's Organ

    Monkeygrinder's Organ Dodgy geezer swilling vapid lager

    'I would like to announce that yeah, well, I never wanted to be in it anyway. So there!'
     
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  27. Harry Smiles

    Harry Smiles Well-Known Member

    Didn't look at dates/times of posts. Maybe she's been away and doesn't realise?:D
     
  28. CH1

    CH1 "Red Guard"(NLYL)

    Dame Tessa was doing the same as JimW was thinking of doing (ruling
    herself out of a Corbyn cabinet) - in the course of allegedly reviewing the papers on Sky News.
     
  29. 299 old timer

    299 old timer Well-Known Member

    If freeloader Chuka doesn't like the democratic process that brought Corbyn to leadership then he can phuka right off, form his own party with his rebel right-wingers, or join the tories
     
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  30. editor

    editor Forked with electrons

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