You took a reference to the motives and values behind education policy voted for by Tories and responded by talking about Labour individuals.
I wonder why...?
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Gary Stevens at Ipswich
Is Corbyn still at the helm of Labour, so quiet i thought another dummy had been elected.
Top squirming and misrepresenting.
Change "Tories" to "the Tories" to make my original comment seem somehow personalised to MPs and then use "private education etc" to also subtly shift emphasis away from May's scandalous free schools and grammar schools policy.
Whatever makes you happy!
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I'm sure some did think that, not sure 'a lot' but who knows! I guess my issue here is 2 fold. The second of which is that the immature point scoring nature of PMQs has become accepted as the norm. Don't get me wrong, the sight of a smug Tory getting hot under the collar is something to behold but I admire Corbyn's slightly more measured and modern approach.
In fairness, if Corbyn is that bad, May must be terrible as he's (under the 'rules' of PMQs) got the better of her on many. occasions.....
Tom Watson calls on Jeremy Corbyn to 'deal with' Momentum's union plot to 'destroy' the Labour Party
Labour has descended into civil war after its deputy leader called on Jeremy Corbyn to "deal with" supporters who are plotting to take control of the party by joining forces with his union backers....
Jon Lansman, the leader of the Momentum campaign group which backs Mr Corbyn, was secretly recorded revealing that it plans to officially link with the Unite union.
Tom Watson, Labourís deputy leader, told the BBC's Radio 4 Today programme this was now a "battle for the future existence" of the party.
He said: "[On the recording] Jon Lansman outlined a hard left plan to control the Labour party after Jeremyís departure. There was also a plan to organise, to take control of the Labour party.
"Indeed, he actually said the plan was more important than the election ....
"I regard this as a battle for the future existence of the Labour party. This is high stakes, and I hope my fellow members are going to understand that, and our leader. I hope [Corbyn] is going to deal with Jon Lansman."
"Iím afraid there are some people who do not have our electoral interests at their heart and thatís why Iím speaking out now.
"They organised for him, but I'm not sure if Jeremy knows there's a secret plan. I'll be raising it with him today. I'm going to talk to him about it, I don't know what he knows and doesn't know.
Good grief lucky there isn't a need for a competent, focused official opposition at the moment ....
'Our system rests to a large extent on the notion that we accept the result of free and fair elections with good grace, even if weíve lost, and get on with making the best of it.'
Budget chaos, BREXIT uncertainty, Scottish indyref2 crisis, social care challenges... all playing into Jezza's hands:
ICM/Guardian Westminster VI (17-19 Mar):
CON 45% (+1)
LAB 26% (-2)
UKIP 10% (-1)
LD 9% (+1)
GRN 4% (-1)
i cant take that poll seriously anymore: how can Conservatives really not have lost ground since the Budget?
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