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Jess Phillips says she could consider bid for Labour leader

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3 hours ago, Libspero said:

Love his expenses comparison:

Jess Phillips:  £240k per year expenses.

JRM: £2k per year expenses.

Socialists just love spending other people’s money 9_9

They all love spending other people's money  .... 

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8 minutes ago, Soft lad said:

I clicked on to post this, she truly is beyond contempt.

Best thing they could do is say we will be backing Boris and the Tories in negotiations with the EU so we can get the best deal possible ... being as an 80 seat majority means Labours point of view is an irrelevance. 

She is scum and thick as fuck.

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8 minutes ago, Libspero said:

She thinks she’s appealing to remainers.

She doesn’t realise she’s appealing to no one.

She really thinks that she has the common touch, is there anyone in politics that is as out of touch as this one.

But she is only putting her name forward to get a nice job as even she must know she doesnt stand a chance.

 

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Absolutely mental to go on TV and say you would even consider rejoining the EU... they keep saying they need to take stock and listen to why they lost and prove absolutely that they haven't.

They keep saying, which is partly correct, that half their core vote wanted leave and the other half wanted to remain so they were in a difficult position... possibly, but they stood on an election pledge in 2017 that they would honour Brexit and clearly didn't deliver. It would have been far easier to have taken a position which that reflected the result of a referendum, no need to tie yourself in knots, we have had a vote and we are honouring it, end of.

They say on the door step people said they didn't think Labour would deliver on their election pledges... wrong, people were saying they already hadn't.

In terms of what she is saying, it's partly reasonable (if Brexit is shit then it would be irresponsible not to look at alternatives), but she is saying it in a manner which isn't productive or supporting the current process. It's effectively saying she doesn't trust the British people or the country to thrive. 

The only consolation here is that recent history has shown front runners and early candidates don't tend to win leadership races, Johnson an exception due to the first one resulting in May was a balls up.

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3 minutes ago, gilf said:

Absolutely mental to go on TV and say you would even consider rejoining the EU... they keep saying they need to take stock and listen to why they lost and prove absolutely that they haven't.

In terms of what she is saying, it's partly reasonable (if Brexit is shit then it would be irresponsible not to look at alternatives), but she is saying it in a manner which isn't productive or supporting the current process. It's effectively saying she doesn't trust the British people or the country to thrive. 

 

 

She's made herself look foolish. none of them have listened or learnt or understood what the public want and tbh they can't anyway as it's their special magic meeting that decides everything that's policy and the committee that'll decide the rules for this leadership election. 

They are hoist by their own petard.

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48 minutes ago, gilf said:

Absolutely mental to go on TV and say you would even consider rejoining the EU... they keep saying they need to take stock and listen to why they lost and prove absolutely that they haven't.

They keep saying, which is partly correct, that half their core vote wanted leave and the other half wanted to remain so they were in a difficult position... possibly, but they stood on an election pledge in 2017 that they would honour Brexit and clearly didn't deliver. It would have been far easier to have taken a position which that reflected the result of a referendum, no need to tie yourself in knots, we have had a vote and we are honouring it, end of.

They say on the door step people said they didn't think Labour would deliver on their election pledges... wrong, people were saying they already hadn't.

In terms of what she is saying, it's partly reasonable (if Brexit is shit then it would be irresponsible not to look at alternatives), but she is saying it in a manner which isn't productive or supporting the current process. It's effectively saying she doesn't trust the British people or the country to thrive. 

The only consolation here is that recent history has shown front runners and early candidates don't tend to win leadership races, Johnson an exception due to the first one resulting in May was a balls up.

So you're saying that she can look forward to a future unmasking on ITV prime time?

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12 minutes ago, Horrified Onlooker said:

Jess is fairly unappealing at the best of time. I care not to imagine what she looks like when going no. 2. Thanks 

At last, a post in which you live up to your name.

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10 hours ago, RJT1979 said:

Just looked up her age. 38 apparently. Im 40. I genuinely thought she was late 40s. Jesus. Must be the voice and attitude makes her seem old.

It's just the hatred and misogny that does that.

Ugly people inside, ugly outside

 

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10 hours ago, Castlevania said:

I like her. I’m not sure if she’s the right person for the Labour Party but she can’t be worse than Keir Starmer.

I'll be watching out for the next Sargon vid by Carl Benjamin if she does get made leader..  he'll be pissing himself.  Should give him material for the next 5 years.

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13 hours ago, Castlevania said:

I like her. I’m not sure if she’s the right person for the Labour Party but she can’t be worse than Keir Starmer.

Starmer at least has a sort of media savvy smoothness about him and the sort of good looks that might appeal to certain lefty women.  Jess Phillips is a a woman so most other women will automatically hate her anyway, and her 'Oi'm just a thick brummie' schtick will become increasingly ridiculous and patronising to working class voters. 

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21 hours ago, RJT1979 said:

Just looked up her age. 38 apparently. Im 40. I genuinely thought she was late 40s. Jesus. Must be the voice and attitude makes her seem old.

Bang on my age. Stand us together and you'd say she was at least 10 years older than me.

It's all that bile, hatred, lies, arse licking and backpedaling she's had to do over the years. That shit will age you more than tabbin'

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1 hour ago, Austin Allegro said:

Starmer at least has a sort of media savvy smoothness about him and the sort of good looks that might appeal to certain lefty women.  Jess Phillips is a a woman so most other women will automatically hate her anyway, and her 'Oi'm just a thick brummie' schtick will become increasingly ridiculous and patronising to working class voters. 

He reminds me of Rory bremner. 

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On election night, Jess Philips talked of how disappointed she was that labour couldn't enact their dream of international fairness yada yada. She then goes on to say that they have to reflect on what went wrong.

To quote Louis Armstrong: 'If you don't get it, you ain't never gonna get it.'

The working class didn't vote labour because of the political correctness. They (previously) voted labour in spite of the political correctness.

What labour don't get is that the working class feel entitled to a clear and obvious benefit from actually working for a living. There is fuck all in labours political correctness that doesn't hurt people working in the private sector.

 

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1 hour ago, jm51 said:

On election night, Jess Philips talked of how disappointed she was that labour couldn't enact their dream of international fairness yada yada. She then goes on to say that they have to reflect on what went wrong.

To quote Louis Armstrong: 'If you don't get it, you ain't never gonna get it.'

The working class didn't vote labour because of the political correctness. They (previously) voted labour in spite of the political correctness.

What labour don't get is that the working class feel entitled to a clear and obvious benefit from actually working for a living. There is fuck all in labours political correctness that doesn't hurt people working in the private sector.

 

They've not analysed why they lost. Instead they're focusing on driving off the same cliff they've been off several times now.

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Just now, sarahbell said:

They've not analysed why they lost. Instead they're focusing on driving off the same cliff they've been off several times now.

It is hilarious, the further away from the election defeat the more they are distancing themselves from what really happened, fingers in ears and onwards comrades.

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