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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 05, 2017 9:16 pm

Flabbot surfaces and causes a disaster for her ex-boyfriend Jezza (at least, I hope it's ex vomit ).

https://order-order.com/2017/06/05/diane-abbott-car-crash-clueless-about-terror-report/


Having gone missing for the last few days, Diane Abbott surfaced on Murnaghan tonight, where she failed to remember any of the detail of the Lord Harris report into dealing with terrorism. She wants to be Home Secretary in three days. This is why the Leader’s Office have tried to keep her off the airwaves…

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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 06, 2017 7:52 am

http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/15329697.Sturgeon_refuses_to_rule_out_third_independence_referendum_within_a_few_years/


Sturgeon refuses to rule out third independence referendum within a few years

Nicola Sturgeon has refused to rule out a third independence referendum within just a few years.

The SNP leader was challenged on the issue by a member of the public during a special edition of the BBC's Question Time Programme.

She was asked if she would guarantee that the result of a second vote would apply for a minimum amount of time, such as 25 years.

But she faced jeers from the studio audience in Edinburgh when she refused, saying it was not the the place of any politician to "dictate to a country" its future.


Oh God, someone stop her.

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Post  Lamplighter on Tue Jun 06, 2017 8:10 am


And that wants to be Home Secretary? Give me strength!!!! LL
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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 06, 2017 8:14 am

I watched a ninety-second clip of last night's disaster, LL - that was all I could stomach. I can only think Abbot's in her current position because she took photos of her Stasi-approved romance with Jezza, and is blackmailing him.

She gave every appearance of being borderline retarded, to use a non-PC term.


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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 06, 2017 10:40 am

Diane Abbott - the woman Corbyn trusts to protect Britain from terrorists - BACKS OUT of radio interview blaming 'illness' after embarrassing herself in new TV meltdown where she stumbled over basic details of anti-terror policy
The shadow home secretary was left floundering on Sky News over Harris report
Abbott was asked about recommendations into beefing up security in the capital
But she was unable to identify a single one of the report's 127 recommendations
Abbott backed out of radio interview this morning in the wake of the meltdown


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4574822/Diane-Abbott-embarrasses-new-TV-interview.html#ixzz4jDJCugKY
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Post  Lamplighter on Tue Jun 06, 2017 1:39 pm

Britain Elects‏ @britainelects 1h1 hour ago
Our Nowcast update for 06 June:
Con 355 (+25)
Lab 215 (-17)
SNP 47 (-9)
LDem 10 (+2)
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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 06, 2017 1:46 pm

That looks plausible and non-hysterical, LL. The polls have been all over the place, and I wouldn't like to predict anything, frankly.

The SNP are in trouble here, certainly - how badly, we will find out in a couple of days.

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Post  Lamplighter on Tue Jun 06, 2017 4:20 pm

Corbyn trying to shed rebel image to win UK election.

LONDON (AP) — Many long-time Labour Party members were skeptical about Jeremy Corbyn's leadership when he was chosen to head the party after a political career marked by appearances at peace marches and union rallies.

But with opinion polls showing the gap between Corbyn and Prime Minister Theresa May narrowing, the 68-year-old who campaigns for "the socialism of the 21st century" has begun to dream of running the country after this Thursday's general election.

"Look, never underestimate anybody," the softly-spoken Corbyn told ITV News recently, a smile breaking across his bearded face. Corbyn should know — after all, some bookmakers had him at 500-1 two years ago when he ran for the leadership of his party.

With the support of Labour's union base, nearly three-quarters of Labour lawmakers backed a vote of no confidence in Corbyn last year after he was criticized for his perceived lackluster role in the referendum campaign. But he was convincingly re-elected to the leadership in a ballot of the broader membership.

Under Corbyn, Labour's membership has risen sharply, with the young particularly enthused by his left-leaning policies, which include nationalizing the rail system and raising taxes on the rich. Born May 26, 1949, Corbyn was the youngest of four boys who grew up in a rambling, seven-bedroom house in rural Shropshire, west of Birmingham in central England.

After attending a private elementary school he went to a grammar school, a type of selective school that some say bred elitism and cut off opportunities for underprivileged children. After school, he did voluntary service in Jamaica before moving to London, where he became a union representative and left-wing activist. He was elected to Parliament in 1983, representing the working class constituency of Islington North in London.

Corbyn's political biography includes a lifetime of left-wing causes and show the impact of his parents, who met at a rally supporting Spain's Republican government against right-wing rebels led by Francisco Franco.

In recent years he has been a leader of the Stop the War Coalition, which campaigned against Britain's involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan. At other times he called for Britain to ditch its nuclear arsenal. And during the troubles in Northern Ireland, he was sympathetic to Sinn Fein, the political wing of the IRA, which backed a united Ireland.

He was also a serial rebel against many of the policies pursued by Tony Blair's Labour governments. His activism has prompted some to question whether he will be able to operate within the confines of government.

"I think Jeremy Corbyn is a professional critic," said Victoria Honeyman, an expert on the Labour Party at the University of Leeds. "He's better at knowing what he doesn't stand for than what he does stand for. He's never been in the political mainstream."

With his reputation as an outsider, Corbyn's rise to the party leadership was accidental. After Ed Miliband stepped down following Labour's bruising defeat in 2015, Corbyn entered the leadership race to ensure ideas from the left of the party would be part of the ensuing debate. When he struggled to get enough support to secure a place on the ballot, some "moderate" lawmakers lent him their votes so all viewpoints were represented.

In a country that practically invented the cocktail hour, Corbyn doesn't drink. He swears by a bowl of oatmeal each morning and says he doesn't eat sugar. Corbyn was stumped when a website for mothers asked him to name his favorite cookie, a traditional question for all politicians visiting the site.

His reputation for frugality extends to Parliament, where his expenses are among the lowest. The election has brought a few changes, though. He recently upgraded his "look" and now dons navy suits and pressed white shirts with red ties rather than rumpled corduroy. Vogue magazine asked, "WHO is Jeremy Corbyn's stylist?" The beard remains.

But somehow, he can't move too far from his austere image. After all, this is a leader who makes jam for fun from fruit grown on a garden allotment — a plot he intends to keep even if he wins. "I think there's a need for everyone in life to balance what they do, however stressful or important their job is," he told ITV. "Balance in life is very important."
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Post  Lamplighter on Tue Jun 06, 2017 4:24 pm

Tenacious Theresa May risks reputation on UK election gamble.

LONDON (AP) — Theresa May is often compared to Margaret Thatcher, depicted by supporters as a 21st-century Iron Lady. But a bruising election campaign has dented her steely reputation. Britain's 60-year-old prime minister called a snap election — three years early — for this Thursday in a bid to increase her party's slim majority in Parliament and strengthen her hand in divorce negotiations with the European Union.

It looked like a clever, confident move by a leader whose party was as much as 20 points ahead of the Labour Party opposition in opinion polls. But after a campaign scarred by two deadly attacks in Britain, lackluster media appearances and misjudged policy announcements, it looks to some like evidence of hubris and political shortsightedness.

May was first elected to Parliament in 1997, and soon established a reputation for unflashy competence and a knack for vanquishing her rivals. In 2002, she warned Conservatives that many voters saw them as the "nasty party." Unlike the arch free-marketeer Thatcher, May often speaks of giving the poor a helping hand and lifting barriers to social mobility.

While Thatcher was a groundbreaking woman who disparaged feminism, May helped set up Women2Win, a group that aims to bring more women into Parliament. May's sense of social responsibility was nourished by her upbringing as the child of a rural Anglican vicar. In contrast to predecessor David Cameron, who was the wealthy product of elite private schools, she represents what's often called "middle England" — middle-class, middlebrow in taste, middle-of-the-road in politics.

She enjoys cooking and walking in the mountains with her husband Philip, whom she met at Oxford University. Her only touches of flamboyance are fondness for bold outfits and brightly patterned kitten-heel shoes.

When Cameron became prime minister in 2010, he made May home secretary, and she held the post for six years — an unusually long time in a notoriously thankless job, responsible for borders, immigration and law and order.

She wasn't afraid to make herself unpopular. In 2012, she was booed at a police convention over cuts to forces' budgets. Those cuts came back to haunt May after a bomber killed 22 people in Manchester on May 22, leaving her open to accusations of weakening the country's security. Allegations that May had compromised national security grew louder after three attackers killed seven people in the London Bridge area less than a week before the vote.

May became prime minister partly by skill and partly by luck. She emerged victorious from a bitter and chaotic Conservative Party leadership contest after Britain's June 2016 decision to leave the European Union. May had backed the losing "remain" side in the referendum, but promised as leader to respect voters' will: "Brexit means Brexit," she said.

With her determination and self-belief, May was able to unite the fractious Conservative Party, split between mutually hostile pro-EU and anti-EU wings. But the party's unity now looks fragile. An election campaign built around May's stature has exposed her flaws. She often appears stiff and has relied almost robotically on catchphrases like "strong and stable government" for her time in office, and "coalition of chaos" when referring to her rival, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Her refusal to take part in television debates has led to allegations that she is running scared.

The Conservative Party's election manifesto, which carries May's imprimatur, has been accused of offering voters all stick and no carrot. It contained electorally damaging plans to cut benefits to pensioners and change the way they pay for long-term care. Opponents dubbed that a "dementia tax," and the label has stuck.

As the polls have relentlessly narrowed, critics say the policy blunder shows a lack of political instinct that could cost May dear on June 8.
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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 06, 2017 4:35 pm


After attending a private elementary school he went to a grammar school, a type of selective school that some say bred elitism and cut off opportunities for underprivileged children. After school, he did voluntary service in Jamaica before moving to London, where he became a union representative and left-wing activist. He was elected to Parliament in 1983, representing the working class constituency of Islington North in London.

Corbyn's political biography includes a lifetime of left-wing causes and show the impact of his parents, who met at a rally supporting Spain's Republican government against right-wing rebels led by Francisco Franco.


So, he's never done a day's actual work in his life.

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Probably getting told to stay off telly for the next couple of days, and to make up an 'illness'.

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Post  Lamplighter on Wed Jun 07, 2017 7:29 am

Britain Elects‏ @britainelects 7h7 hours ago

Westminster voting intention:

CON: 43% (-)
LAB: 36% (-1)
LDEM: 8% (+2)
UKIP: 5% (-)
GRN: 2%(-)

(via @OpiniumResearch / 04 - 06 Jun)
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Post  bb1 on Wed Jun 07, 2017 7:42 am

That looks realistic, LL.

Meanwhile, in Scotland, a HUGE row erupts on the eve of voting:

http://www.scotsman.com/news/politics/general-election/nicola-sturgeon-kezia-dugdale-told-me-she-would-drop-indyref-opposition-1-4467979




Nicola Sturgeon has claimed Kezia Dugdale promised that Labour would not stand in the way of a second referendum during a private conversation last year. The SNP leader claimed the Scottish Labour leader said she would drop her opposition to another poll during a stormy leaders’ debate hosted by STV.


According to Ms Sturgeon, Ms Dugdale made the offer in the aftermath of the Brexit vote last June. The SNP leader said a referendum would give Scotland a “choice” between independence and a hard Brexit.


She added: “You [Dugdale] used to agree with me on that. You and I spoke the day after the EU referendum and you told me then that you thought the change with Brexit meant that Labour should stop opposing a referendum.” READ The claim made less than 36 hours before voters go to the polls for the General Election on Thursday, was disputed by Labour.


Kezia hits back:

Kezia Dugdale‏Verified account @kezdugdale 10h10 hours ago
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Any suggestion that I ever said to Sturgeon that I'd change Labour's position on #indyref2 is a categoric lie + shows how desperate she is


Away from the Cult of Queen Nikla, this is being greeted with utter horror. Because:

1. If it's true, it makes Oor Nikla look like the school clype, and totally incapable of keeping her mouth shut, just as when she rushed out of a meeting in Downing Street to tell reporters what Mrs May had said to her about Brexit.

2. If it isn't true, then she simply isn't fit to hold office.

3. It is strangely reminiscent of Frenchgate, which was used as an excuse to hound Alistair Carmichael at the last election.

And as Kezia says, it's the act of a desperate woman.

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Post  bb1 on Wed Jun 07, 2017 8:25 am

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/06/exclusive-special-branch-monitored-jeremy-corbyn-20-years-amid/

Jeremy Corbyn was monitored by undercover officers for two decades amid fears that he was attempting to undermine democracy, the Telegraph can disclose.

A former special branch officer, who does not wish to be named, said that the Labour leader was monitored because he was “deemed to be a subversive”.

The Special Branch definition someone who is subversive “consists of activities intended to undermine or overthrown Parliamentary democracy by political, industrial or violent means.”

Mr Corbyn would have come under the “undermine” category as if there was evidence anyone was about to overthrow democracy they would have been arrested.

Diane Abbott also had a file open on her during the period in the same “subversive” category, the source confirmed.
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Post  Sabot on Wed Jun 07, 2017 9:43 am


It all seems so much safer and so much more fun from this side of The Channel. But then I've been laughing on and off for 25 years now. Mostly from OMG, Shock, Horror. Can it get any worse? It did.
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https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/jun/07/diane-abbott-to-step-aside-for-the-period-of-her-ill-health-corbyn-says

Diane Abbott to step aside 'for the period of her ill health', Corbyn says
Labour leader says shadow home secretary is still not well after she pulled out of two major election events on Tuesday

Jeremy Corbyn has said that the shadow home secretary, Diane Abbott, is to be replaced by the shadow policing minister “for the period of her ill health”.

Speaking on a campaigning visit to Glasgow, the Labour leader said that Abbott was still “not well”.

Labour said in a statement: “Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour party, has asked Lyn Brown to stand in for Diane Abbott as shadow home secretary for the period of her ill health.”

Abbott pulled out of two major election events on Tuesday due to illness amid relentless criticism from the Tories, who see her as a weak link in Labour’s team.

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She was also featured on the front page of Wednesday’s Daily Mail, with Corbyn and the shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, under the headline “Apologists for terror – the Mail accuses this troika of befriending Britain’s enemies and scorning the institutions that keep us safe.”

Corbyn told BBC Breakfast that she had not been well for a “couple of days” and was “taking a break from the campaign”. He said: “Of course Diane is somebody that works extremely hard and represents her community very well and I have to say has received totally unfair levels of attack and abuse not just recently – over many years.”

Asked how long she would be taking a break, Corbyn replied: “I’ll be talking to her later on today – she’s not well at the moment.”
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It all seems so much safer and so much more fun from this side of The Channel.  But then I've been laughing on and off for 25 years now.  Mostly from OMG, Shock, Horror.  Can it get any worse?  It did.

Well, hopefully, Mrs May will get back with a good majority, though not a landslide, and get a grip on little things like deranged jihadists running amok. And, hopefully, the Queen Nikla cult will get a spanking and realise they actually have to do some WORK and start running Scotland properly, instead of into the ground.

And we will get whatever now passes for peace and quiet for a few years.....

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Post  Lamplighter on Wed Jun 07, 2017 10:56 am

Corbyn has replaced Diane Abbott with Lyn Brown as a “temporary” Shadow Home Secretary. That’s the same Lyn Brown who resigned last year from the Shadow Cabinet, saying the “the situation” in the party under Corbyn “is now untenable” and that “it’s time to go to the membership”. She said:

“Following the overwhelming vote of the parliamentary Labour party, it was with a heavy heart that I concluded that we had reached a tipping point and, for the good of the party and the country, I believe that we should seek a new leader.”

Brown also once shouted “for f*cks sake, move out of my f*cking way” at a blind journalist on the Parliamentary Estate. No Corbyn loyalists left to fill even the most important roles…



https://order-order.com/2017/06/07/diane-abbott-replacement-lyn-brown-said-corbyn-untenable/
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rofl rofl rofl rofl rofl

What a shambles, twenty four hours before an election!

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Agent P‏ @AgentP22 3h3 hours ago
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Stronger for Clyping.




More on this latest Scottish political ghastliness:

https://stephendaisley.com/2017/06/07/kezia-took-a-round-right-in-the-foot/


If Miss Dugdale did say it, it was rank amateurism but it also tells you something about the character of Nicola Sturgeon that she would disclose a private phone conversation on a television broadcast. Class, unlike her slinky shoes, comes cheap.

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http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/politics/never-trust-private-conversation-nicola-10577119#ICID=sharebar_twitter

'Never trust a private conversation with Nicola Sturgeon': Former Labour Minister slams 'untrustworthy' SNP leader after debate spat

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Westminster voting intention:

CON: 44% (-3)
LAB: 34% (-1)
LDEM: 9% (+1)
UKIP: 5% (+1)
GRN: 2% (+1)

(via @ComRes / 05 - 07 Jun)


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