The Splitters Group made specific reference to Corbyn being anti-business. Think it was Gapes' spiel.
That'll be news to the IFS. Or indeed Robin Cook, who was proud of the redistribution.Labour now has a plan to rebuild Britain. These MPs want to take us back to the politics of the past. With a back-to-the-Blair-years programme of privatisation, tax cuts for the rich and deregulation of the banks, they offer no concrete solutions, no new ideas and have no support amongst the public.
I maintain that if John McDonnell and Keir Starmer had gone round the boardrooms in the City last summer and said "we'll fight for keeping us in the Single Market and Customs Union, even if we 'leave', but in return we'll be upping corporation tax and doing some other leftie type stuff" they'd have found a fair amount of support. But no, Jeremy knows best apparently...
Pfft, they were all Red Tory centrists anyway.
Yeah but one of them's a racist.bluebellnutter wrote: ↑Mon Feb 18, 2019 2:28 pmPfft, they were all Red Tory centrists anyway.
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