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    The country doesn't need a gutless, spineless inert clown leading the Labour party.

    You're a disgrace. F**k off. Get Chuka in.
    What? The gutless, spineless, inert clown who withdrew from the last leadership contest because of skeletons in his closet?
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      Last thing the Labour Party need is another METROPOLITAN elite in charge especially one who already BOTTLED out of standing for the leaders job
      This. The party had an election only eight months ago, the winner had one of the biggest majorities a party leader has ever got, rejecting firmly the Oxbridge-educated metropolitan elitists. Why would it be any different this time?

      If the no confidence motion is passed, all Corbyn should do is say that he was elected by the members and they're the ones who can kick him out - the PLP has no authority in this
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      What? The gutless, spineless clown who withdrew from the last leadership contest because of skeletons in his closet?
      Closet being the operative word ......................
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      He knew the referendum was coming when he stood for Labour leader. Why then did he seem to look taken by surprise when it happened and not knowing what his and the party strategy should be.

      We currently have the leaders of our two main parties who dont have a strategic bone in their body and therefore lurch from one tactical step to another
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      Tim Farron was quite scathing about the lack of commitment from Corbyn in the remain campaign earlier. OK he's the leader of a small party that could have its annual conference in a phonebox but I very much doubt he's alone in that view.
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      We currently have the leaders of our two main parties who dont have a strategic bone in their body and therefore lurch from one tactical step to another
      Oh, Corbyn does. His strategy is to push through enough changes so that the membership has more say and MPs have less. I'm convinced that once he's effected that change, he'll resign.

      He's certainly not going to have any strategy for the EU as he decidedly lukewarm about it
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      The country doesn't need a gutless, spineless inert clown leading the Labour party.

      You're a disgrace. F**k off. Get Chuka in.
      It was Chuka's time last year and I was disappointed not only that withdrew from the race but that he couldn't see if he didn't stand Labour might be irreversibly damaged.

      If Sturgeon steams in with Independence Referendum 2 before we leave the EU then Scotland could be out of the UK and Labour will lose the chance to win back those Scottish seats for Westminster. Without them it is hard to see them winning a majority in England and Wales any time soon.
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      What? The gutless, spineless, inert clown who withdrew from the last leadership contest because of skeletons in his closet?
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      It was Chuka's time last year and I was disappointed not only that withdrew from the race but that he couldn't see if he didn't stand Labour might be irreversibly damaged.

      If Sturgeon steams in with Independence Referendum 2 before we leave the EU then Scotland could be out of the UK and Labour will lose the chance to win back those Scottish seats for Westminster. Without them it is hard to see them winning a majority in England and Wales any time soon.
      Maybe Chuka is a poor alternative, said in the heat of the moment. But for me, Labour are a total disaster with Corbyn running them. They need to re-take the centre ground, and fast.
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      Calderon is the type of guy that if your daughter married, you would worry that she was not good enough for him.
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      No Blairite member of Labour will be acceptable as leader, Corbyn will stand down when the right candidate is there who can take the party forward with a mandate to be an effective opposition and then an effective government.

      Benn, Umuna, Reeves, Kendall and all the other New Labour MP's must accept that party is finished and need to move on and either support the mandate the membership gives them or leave the party.

      I wouldn't be surprised if Andy Burnham tried again, a lot more acceptable to the general public after the Hillsborough inquest.
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      No party has ever won an election without appealing to the centre ground (wherever it is at that time). What corbyn has done is preach to the choir but not engaged the centre ground. He may not have been a fan of the EU but he certainly can't be any more enamoured with the alternative
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