So what do we think of the new Labour party leader??

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    You did plant them the right way up, didn't you????:doh::scratch::heehee:
     
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      Best and truest comment on this thread.
       
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      Well Freddy backed out of this by saying it was a question.

      A nitwit is just a generalised derogatory word that says nothing substantial, e.g. what exactly is he silly/foolish about? All of his proposals? [​IMG]
       
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      Got it in one, RB:heehee:
       
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        Actually I am starting to think that Lib Dem may seize this opportunity of stageing a fightback! It seems that people are tiring of the current government and Jeremy may not be sufficiently popular or bullet proof to get to the 2020 election (although Ken Clarke, Michael Cove and Ken Livingstone all feel he could become our next PM).
         
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        I couldn't think of any 3 people than those, that, by their "recommendation" of Corbyn, could doom him to failure with such certainty.:dunno::heehee:
         
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        I see Jeremy Corbyn is now being slated in the press for his choice of Raleigh bicycle and his choice of cycle clothing

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          Predictable and very shallow. I wonder how long it will be before they crucify him for being a vegetarian. [​IMG] [​IMG]
           
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          rosebay said:
          A nitwit is just a silly word that says nothing substantial, e.g. what exactly is he silly/foolish about? All of his proposals? [​IMG]

          Yep!!!! :biggrin:
           
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            Already been criticised for appointing a vegan to shadow cabinet.
             
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            Not really. The criticism is for having a vegan as minister for rural affairs. Any other position in the shadow cabinet and it wouldn't matter a jot that she was a vegan. How is she going to do her best for a livestock industry that she passionately believes shouldn't even exist.?
             
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              This article explains that her personal views are just that and will not interfere in her role. She has considerable experience in this field.

              http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/pol...n-puts-vegan-in-change-of-farming-policy.html
               
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