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Do Labour Think Focusing On A Year Old Party Is Going To Get Them Into No10?

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ToraToraTora | 09:24 Tue 07th Dec 2021 | News
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Labour have not won an election since 1974 and show no real signs of ever doing so again. Labour have only ever had 3 leaders win an election. The current party is in civil war, no competent leader and no viable leader material. Antisemites and terrorist supporters stalk their halls. Marxists push a madness ideology. They have few capable MPs, absolutely zero chance of winning the 2024 election. Yet instead of addressing those issues they keep going on about a xmas party that happened a year ago. Do they want to win again?

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I would prefer the government get on with running the country than be preoccupied with something that happened a year ago. The Met is now involved, pity they are not more pro-active in stopping illegals coming into the country.
08:10 Wed 08th Dec 2021
They're mad cos they weren't invited!
1974, not 2005?
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Gawd they even wheeled out Lady Nugee on Sky news this morning! PMSL!
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misscheery I'm talking about real Labour not Blair's Tory Lite.
Yes.
By highlighting that the Conservative Government set all the rules, which the rest of us follow, and then they are constantly found breaking their own rules, will make people think they are contemptuous ba*stards.

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3 in a row gromit? must have raised the old 5C hackles!
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10:43, ok gromit, do you think the mid term blues will effect the outcome of the 2024 election?
// no competent leader and no viable leader material. //

I suppose that is true, and will not help them at an election.
But the Tory leader is now a liability (half of ABs Tories want him gone). The Cabinet is a joke, and the back benches are in revolt, failing to vote with the Government (in short, a divided party).
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10:47: ok gromit, do you think the mid term blues will effect the outcome of the 2024 election?
// do you think the mid term blues will effect the outcome of the 2024 election? //

Depends how long the blues last. Ditching Boris in 2013 would help (Thatcher 1990). And what the Tories do differently in the next 48 months. We have again a massive debt problem to contend with, which will involve unpopular cuts.
I don’t think Labour will win in 2024, but I think the Conservatives could lose a lot of seats.
* Ditching Boris in 2023 would help *
I know you love to push the same old tired "Blair wasnt "real" Labour" carp over and over again Tora, but let's be honest, this mob isn't much like traditional Labour either. They've more in common with Blair's lot than they do with Atlee or Wilson.
//Do Labour Think Focusing On A Year Old Party Is Going To Get Them Into No10?//

Of course they do. They even think that attacking Mrs Thatcher will harvest support and she has been dead for 8 years. They have no discernable policies or effective leadership so can only resort to trying to create dissonance amongst the public. The points being used to try and create it get less meaningful by the day.
Their behaviour comes from the same playbook of lies and delusions as the OP uses for his repetitive rubbish.
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mozz: "but let's be honest, this mob isn't much like traditional Labour either." - dunno what party you are looking at Mozz! They are riddled with anti Semites, Marxists, terrorist sympathisers and general lefty loonies. Rodders is sensible labour sure but charisma is just one of many things he's short of. GOAS just likes to call the opposition names with no real substance. I'd say the Tories are closer to Blair et al than Labour.
Tora- //I'd say the Tories are closer to Blair et al than Labour//

Then maybe it's the Tories who have moved closer to Labour rather than the other way round?
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No, they haven't moved but Labour have, a mile to the left.

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