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MICK LYNCH

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crodonilson

Bisexual - He/Him
Jan 17, 2005
12,935
Lyme Regis
Just saw Mick Lynch interview on GMB, a deeply impressive person sorting out his members needs and talking with a great deal of common sense. What's everyone elses thoughts on him?
 


dazzer6666

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Mar 27, 2013
44,876
Burgess Hill
Can’t make my mind up. Has the air (and background) of a career unionist who takes just a bit too much delight in causing significant disruption to people’s lives, but on then other side seems to be doing a reasonable job of holding some of these utter goons to account.
 

Quinney

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Aug 3, 2009
3,565
Hastings
He’s doing a fantastic job of representing his members. Talks a lot of sense and doesn’t take any bullshit. He has embarrassed the lapdog Tory ministers and journalists over the last few days.


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SAC

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May 21, 2014
2,373
He's been brilliant in his interviews. Running rings around anyone who comes up with bullshit whilst keeping his cool.

Exactly the sort of leader you would want if you were in a Union.
 

Simster

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Jul 7, 2003
51,900
Surrey
Can’t make my mind up. Has the air (and background) of a career unionist who takes just a bit too much delight in causing significant disruption to people’s lives, but on then other side seems to be doing a reasonable job of holding some of these utter goons to account.
I'm the same although I'm now swaying to the latter because ultimately, he's been elected and is now doing his job very well.

In an age where our government doesn't bother doing the right thing by the people it represents (unlike every single one of our governments I've ever witnessed), I find that refreshing.


Probably a good bet for Cabinet posts in Johnson's imminent reshuffle then :thumbsup:
Why? Has he sold his members down the river for a sniff of becoming a Lord or something?
 

JBizzle

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Apr 18, 2010
5,260
Seaford
Odious.The other union rep that I saw interviewed is almost literate. Almost, but not quite.

Interesting, how being literate is brought up as a criticism of someone doing a good job. Especially when we have a bunch of highly educated, literate chancers in power slowly taking apart the country.

Maybe we should be paying more attention to what people are saying rather than how they're saying it?
 

beorhthelm

A. Virgo, Football Genius
Jul 21, 2003
33,680
he's not as great as everyone makes out at interviews, just plays a straight bat. he has a simple mandate and sticks to it. poor journos trying to be clever and wrong foot him. BBC chap this morning kept to simple questions, he came across ordinary and misspoke a couple of times.
 


WATFORD zero

Members
Jul 10, 2003
22,048
Probably a good bet for Cabinet posts in Johnson's imminent reshuffle then :thumbsup:

Why? Has he sold his members down the river for a sniff of becoming a Lord or something?

It was more an observation on bunglec***'s history of appointing odious and illiterate individuals to his cabinet, and [MENTION=1510]Binney on acid[/MENTION] using these terms to describe Mick Lynch :wink:
 
May 1, 2016
10,428
Oxton, Birkenhead
Interesting, how being literate is brought up as a criticism of someone doing a good job. Especially when we have a bunch of highly educated, literate chancers in power slowly taking apart the country.

Maybe we should be paying more attention to what people are saying rather than how they're saying it?

That wouldn’t be popular on NSC. It’s very important we do the right thing with spaces before question marks :)
 

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