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#161853
Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago Karma: 49
He talks so much sense; is so reasonable and speaks so well; he really does come across as balanced and decent. I would very much like to see him given a chance as Prime Minister. He clearly believes in his philosophy and does NOT advocate the loony left ideas painted by the media. You only have to hear him to be certain he'd be an honest PM.
 
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#161855
Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago Karma: 49
After listening to him I now make the prediction that Corbyn will become our Prime Minister on June 8th. Just watch the polls change.
 
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#161856
PaulB

Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago  
I remain unimpressed.
 
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robbiex

Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago  
I agree he does come across as decent and honest and the press are trying to destroy him. I'm a bit concerned about some of his colleagues such as Toad Watson and Dianne Abbot, but they are no worse than Boris or the the horrible David Davis.
 
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#161933
In The Know

Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago  
robbiex wrote:
I agree he does come across as decent and honest

Commies R US !

"It leaves him very comfortable in the company of McDonnell, who, as we know,
said that they will gain power not through Parliament but on the streets and the picket lines."

news.sky.com/story/mi5-had-file-on-jerem...yn-over-ira-10885001

Do they know what day it is?

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39984070
 
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#161936
Titanicboy

Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago  
I honestly hope so!
 
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#161941
Jo

Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago  
I have dipped into the Jeremy Vine interview (presumably this one https(colon)//www(dot)youtube(dot)com/watch?v=B1y67mPdmGc) and agree that Jeremy Corbyn talks well. I'm just not convinced that it is anything more than fine words and that he would be able to achieve his goals effectively and act in the country's best interests, particularly given his stance, if it can be called that, on EU membership. I suspect that adhering rigidly to political ideals may be more important to him than compromise or doing what is in other people's interests (e.g. given his defiance of the party whip, resistance to the opinions of 81% of his own party (no confidence vote), unwillingness to ally with other parties and, more personally, this).
 
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andrew

Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago  
Labour sums still do not add up. May will will win by a huge majority.

ITK when do I get that shandy ?
 
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#161963
In The Know

Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago  
andrew wrote:
Labour sums still do not add up. May will will win by a huge majority.

ITK when do I get that shandy ?


anytime you want (sure you don't want a G&T ?)

WHEN Labour lose - One in four Labour supporters want the party to split if it loses the general election, a poll for The Sunday Telegraph has revealed.

The finding will embolden Labour rebels who are mulling over whether their best chance of a return to power is under a new brand.
www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/20/excl...r-voters-back-split/

Tony Blair isn't doing anything at the moment - and had to rescue them from the Loony Left last time !!!
 
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andrew

Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago  
In The Know wrote:
andrew wrote:
Labour sums still do not add up. May will will win by a huge majority.

ITK when do I get that shandy ?


anytime you want (sure you don't want a G&T ?)

WHEN Labour lose - One in four Labour supporters want the party to split if it loses the general election, a poll for The Sunday Telegraph has revealed.

The finding will embolden Labour rebels who are mulling over whether their best chance of a return to power is under a new brand.
www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/20/excl...r-voters-back-split/

Tony Blair isn't doing anything at the moment - and had to rescue them from the Loony Left last time !!!


Gin and tonic no thank you, that stuff is more deadly than Newcastle Brown ale. Also the missus can't drink not with her all her medication and health conditions so I don't either now.

BBC are doing what they can to promote the left which is funny.

Corbyn and the Labour party are for the weird minority and Lib Dems will win more seats than Labour but Tim reminds me of a car salesman.

May will be making cuts but all in the places the poor and elderly are not bring ripped off. Not everyone on DLA etc deserves a car many a capable using public transportation.
 
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md

Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago  
It's the absence of fear, a propensity to listen and the way he deals with his emotions while under intense scrutiny and grilling that, to me, make him stand out from other politicians. I've seen him on the razor's edge, struggling with feelings of anger, aware of his emotions - owning them, not acting out. Other politicians may speak calmly and coherently while being grilled but there's also something insecure and defensive in their manner. They also tend come across either too warm or too cold. I see this as a sign of repressed emotions. The only feeling they seem to be in touch with is the fear of appearing foolish or losing control. Outer manifestations of this fear include using avoidance tactics such as not answering questions directly or switching the tables. It could be that they are on tranquillisers, too, as these drugs help keep potentially destructive feelings at bay by cutting off feeling from the rational mind. Others act out their emotions drama queen style with tactics such as threats or insults. Unconscious or unacknowledged emotions are usually projected onto individuals or groups struggling with their own inner conflicts, chaos or turmoil.
 
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#162002
Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 3 Months ago Karma: 49
Absolutely; I think he is made of different stuff and I like it.
 
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#162015
In The Know

Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 2 Months, 4 Weeks ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Absolutely; I think he is made of different stuff.

We all think he's made of different stuff - and are very scared -
which is why 81% of his own MPs want rid of him and traditional Labour supporters are voting Tory !

www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/tories-...-boost-a3544686.html
 
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#162016
Re:Quite extraordinary Corbyn on Jeremy Vine 2 Months, 4 Weeks ago Karma: 49
Let's see how it goes in - as cliche May would put it - "the only poll that matters".
 
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