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Thread #165570 Message #4016485
Posted By: Iains
31-Oct-19 - 07:42 PM
Thread Name: BS: Brexit #3: A futile gesture?
Subject: RE: BS: Brexit #3: A futile gesture?
Instead of attempting to make an issue of brexit not happening, (because we all know it was sabotaged by remainer MPs aided by a biased Bercow), why not give us a summary of compo's position on Brexit. I confess that I am a little confused and the long awaited election gets closer by the day. Labour's wobbling is going to eviscerate them at the ballot box.
Libdems to the left, brexit party to the right, the middle ground will will be a blasted wasteland of the shattered remnants of shell shocked labour. Wishful thinking or reality?
I predict the brexit party will now rise in the polls now the die is cast, especially after a ringing endorsement from President Trump.
Meanwhile back at the ranch - another bad day for compo:
On the first day of the campaign trail, Jeremy Corbyn suffered three major election blows. For the first time in its 100-year-history, the Jewish Labour Movement effectively went on strike, saying it would no longer send out activists due to the 'culture of anti-Semitism'. Labour also lost a battle with the BBC after attacking their anti-Semitism documentary and its presenter John Ware for apparent inaccuracy . To make matters worse for Corbyn, Nicola Sturgeon described him as 'completely and utterly useless'