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Old 12-09-2015, 05:33 AM   #1
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Default Labour leadership: Corbyn Wins (Updated)

Labour leadership: Party prepares to crown new leader

The Labour Party is preparing to announce its new leader after a turbulent three-month campaign.

Left-wing anti-austerity MP Jeremy Corbyn, an outsider when he first entered the race, is seen as favourite.

He is up against former ministers Yvette Cooper and Andy Burnham and shadow minister Liz Kendall.

The winner will be announced at a conference in central London at about 11:30 BST, with Labour's new deputy leader unveiled beforehand.

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Labour leadership contest
  • Candidates: Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper, Jeremy Corbyn, Liz Kendall
  • Voting deadline was midday on Thursday, 10 September
  • Where will the winner be announced? At a special conference at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London
  • Conference timings: It begins at 11:00 BST, with the result of Labour's deputy leadership election announced first. At 11:30, the winner of the leadership contest will be unveiled and he or she will then make a short acceptance speech. In both cases, round-by-round details of voting will be made available to show how each winner emerged
  • How does the voting system work? Voters have ranked candidates in order of preference. If no candidate wins more than 50% of the votes in the first round, the person in last place drops out and their supporters' second preference votes are reallocated to the other candidates. This process continues until the candidate with the most accumulated votes wins
The prospect of a victory for Mr Corybn, who says he offers "a new kind of politics", has sparked warnings from senior party figures about a shift to the left and some frontbench MPs have said they would not serve under him.

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Old 12-09-2015, 05:34 AM   #2
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This will be interesting today
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Just been announced he's won it. Things could get interesting one way or another now
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Corbyn wins ... The Zionists will be going ape shit
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Old 12-09-2015, 10:46 AM   #5
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I'm a real fence sitter on this, it could be the best thing that's happened to this country for a while, then again it could mean 2 more terms of Tory government, in which case we're fucked.
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Default Corbyn, leader of Labour. Tom Watson deputy

Jeremy Corbyn is the new leader of the Labour Party.

Tom Watson MP, the exposer of the pedophiles rings, is the new deputy leader.


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Old 12-09-2015, 11:11 AM   #7
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60%.....they can't argue with that
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Jeremy Corbyn is the new leader of the Labour Party.

Tom Watson MP, the exposer of the pedophiles rings, is the new deputy leader.


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Old 12-09-2015, 11:19 AM   #9
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Old 12-09-2015, 11:26 AM   #10
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It could be a stroke of genius. All they have to do now is hold the tories feet to the fire over exposing child abusers past and present, and watch them disintegrate. But, then they wouldn't be performing how the puppeteers wanted them to.

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It could be a stroke of genius. All they have to do now is hold the tories feet to the fire over exposing child abusers past and present, and watch them disintegrate.
They need to clean their own act up first ....................
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It could be a stroke of genius. All they have to do now is hold the tories feet to the fire over exposing child abusers past and present, and watch them disintegrate. But, then they wouldn't be performing how the puppeteers wanted them to.
yes whilst also exposing the ongoing covert geo-engineering programme in our skies and how it has been permitted by subsequent governments
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They need to clean their own act up first ....................
The best way to do that is announce you are coming after ALL of them, and get the cockroaches scurrying.
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The best way to do that is announce you are coming after ALL of them, and get the cockroaches scurrying.
What the cockroaches do is say that the problem is 'systemic' ie that it is too widespread to do anything about

They said this with the MP's expense scandal. They said we couldn't convict those who had abused the expenses system because that would wipe out the entire parliament

I'd say 'good...wipe them out' and i think most of the public would

They're syaing it with the chilcott inquiry as they try and spread the blame across as many people as possible to try and water down the effect whilst stalling to get their stories straight

and they've done it with the child abuse scandal trying to say that it runs throughout society and that its too big to deal with

Well even if it is in society in general the point is that it is worse in our parliament because it then makes the politicians blackmailable so it is a NATIONAL SECURITY RISK to have pedos in parliament

So this 'but its systemic' argument is no defence as far as i'm concerned
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All the ones who argue that organised child sexual exploitation is systemic will have a lot of explaining to do.
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An excellent result.
Well done to Jezza.
Let the fun begin.
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All I remember is, when times get shitty, the music gets a bit better, so it's not all bad. The revolution will be televised, but the soundtrack won't be by 1 Direction.

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I take this as great news. It shows that people are aware change is needed. Catering to tory voters is not going to win their votes. You need to take the vote of the people as a whole, including the young. Remember, that the baby booming generation of greed are a dying breed. Their time is almost up, and there will be more people with hearts and minds to vote in upcoming elections over the next decade or so.

I convinced myself to never vote labour after growing up with the mess of Blair and his genocide on the Iraqi people. But with Corbyn, it's very tempting. Most of his policies are aligned with my own, the reason i chose to vote Green at the last election.

If Labour can transform back to it's roots, they may have just got my vote. Having said that though, i still have a lack of faith in the legitimacy of general elections. I only choose to vote because i can... whether it actually makes a difference and it's not rigged -- that's a different story.

At the very least, Cameron is going to get roasted in parliament by Corbyn, every time they come face to face.

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