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No one gave him a snowballs chance in hell of becoming the leader. I don't believe the argument that loads of right wingers who don't like a fair fight swayed this outcome. Now, not a snowballs chance in the general election, don't you think?

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No one gave him a snowballs chance in hell of becoming the leader. I don't believe the argument that loads of right wingers who don't like a fair fight swayed this outcome. Now, not a snowballs chance in the general election, don't you think?

I've predicted already that he will win the next general election. People like the fact that he is scruffy and down to earth.

A man of the people for the people. The one thing that might trip him up though is his stance on immigration.

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Only a tory government would give us a referendum. And only a eurosceptic left winger could drag eniugh of the labour voters into the leave the EU camp in order for us to win Happy to wish for that

Is he a eurosceptic? That would be a good start.

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Man of the people?

Another well to do Socialist with no idea what it is like to be working class, and has never had what I would call a real job.

Having read up on him I object/despise all of his opinions/ideas, except his take on events in the Ukraine.

 

We all read Marx as teens, but 99% of us grow up.

 

Interesting times ahead. UKIP will profit if Labour fail to get tough on welfare and immigration.

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Man of the people?

Another well to do Socialist with no idea what it is like to be working class, and has never had what I would call a real job.

Having read up on him I object/despise all of his opinions/ideas, except his take on events in the Ukraine.

 

We all read Marx as teens, but 99% of us grow up.

 

Interesting times ahead. UKIP will profit if Labour fail to get tough on welfare and immigration.

Have you got any dirt on him? I genuinely want to learn more about the guy.

I know someone who has been an acquaintance of his going way back.

Yes, he lives in the upper middle class area of Finsbury park.

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I don't think Labour has any chance of government as long as immigration remains an issue, the people just don't trust them on it.  The real media scrutiny of Corbyn will now begin in earnest and they have been sitting on some of his crazier ideas just waiting for this moment.

 

I also think the Tories could have their own problems when it transpires that we are remaining in the EU no matter the outcome of the referendum, even if we vote out.

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No dirt on him Cointreau, and I don't think of him as being dishonest in anyway, just out of touch/deluded which to be fair puts him on a par with most politicians :)

He appears to be a conviction politician which is a rarity these days.

 

His wiki entry is as yet unaltered and fairly accurate I think if you want to check up on him

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Are well, Mrs May the next PM (if she wants it)  .Boris is acid Midlands and the North.  George Osborne not talented enough.  

 

Corbyn will make one thing happen, people will wake up to neoliberal  politics.  

 

There is one way labour will win and that is to get the no vote out and thats the worry of the Tories and the Neoliberals. 

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I'm all for open borders. If there was no welfare state or NHS.

Corbyn isn't bought, which I respect. I completely disagree with his politics.

If we get elected it'll be the beginning of the end for socialism. Less than half the population is supporting the other half. Can't be long until the contributor's knees will buckle.

Maybe its better if we get it out of the way sooner.

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I've predicted already that he will win the next general election. People like the fact that he is scruffy and down to earth.

A man of the people for the people. The one thing that might trip him up though is his stance on immigration.

Or maybe that he is pro Isis and Hamas and he wants to bring back the British rail sandwich?

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I'm going to try to remember to watch PMQs on Weds

 

It'll be just like when Mrs Thatcher took on Foot and Kinnock, (sounds like a comedy double act...LOL). It was great TV as she destroyed them every week

 

Cameron is very well briefed and has the ability to put the boot into someone he feels is struggling. There are sooooo many holes in Corbyns "manifesto". (Taking the UK out of Nato, welfare for everyone, open doors to immigrants, a brand new printing press for the Bank of England, being friends with the IRA and Hammas etc...., think of him as "George Galloway lite"), that Cameron will be counting down the hours to next Wednesday.

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I for one am glad Corbyn won the leadership if only from a purely selfish point of view. Whether his party wins the election or not is irrelevant.

 

His policies regarding renationalisation, mass house building, and his promise to go on a deficit spending spree the likes this country has never seen (due to his ignorance or disregard for the consequences) will be enough to influence the other parties to align some of their own policies, to enough of an extent, as to win votes. The final point will give gold and silver is day in the sunshine if nothing else, particularity if peoples QE/Helicopter drops become a reality, either through him in power, or through another party attempting to stay in power by promising the same. 

 

Anyone infiltrating and voting in the labour party election to derail the labour party for whatever reason now has really done themselves a disservice IMO. Be careful what you wish for and all that. 

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