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Labour In Meltdown Over Strikes......not A Dry Eye In The House!

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Damn savages - 5C to a man!
Time to worry will be if he ever gets into power and 148 of his own MP’s are stabbing him in the back.
Then you really know you’re in trouble.
If labour came to power, would they give in to all the unions demands? It would be interesting.
They will be under a lot of pressure to do so I suspect.
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//If labour came to power, would they give in to all the unions demands? It would be interesting.//

Long summer ahead. Best wait and see how the Tories fare, they’re their crises to deal with, not the Opposition.
They’re in the position of sitting back and watching the show, it’s a test of government, no?
Hardly.

The RMT Union is not affiliated to the Labour Party, so it is no business of Labour to get involved. Individual Party member my be sympathetic to working class people to get a pay rise during the cost of living crisis, and may want to curry favour with rail workers and potential voters within their constituencies.
As per usual, Starmer lacks any conviction or leadership, particularly to members in the Labour heartlands. The red wall fell because the Labour leadership were frightened to act on what its constituencies wanted, and they ignored their core voters. And they haven’t changed. A new leader, same old mistakes.
The Red Wall fell becuase of two things:
1. Brexit
2. Jeremy Corbyn,
not because the Labour Party were frightened to act on what it's constituencies wanted. Both of those have now gone. labour will regain most, if not all, of those seats but even then won't get in power because they need Scotland. And that ain't gonna happen! Hung parliament ahead.
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Er…

// The Red Wall fell becuase of… Brexit, not because the Labour Party were frightened to act on what it's constituencies wanted //

The red wall wanted Brexit. They knew Labour wouldn’t do it. So they voted for whoever would do it - the Tories.

Corbyn was the wrong leader. I’m not convinced Starmer is the right leader. He is not ruthless enough.

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