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#581852
Hmm. Let's see. Photogenic young woman with passion and an inspiring message or wrinkly septuagarian with bad teeth and a charisma bypass.

Who ya gonna vote for, kids?
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#581853
Tubby Isaacs wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 5:20 pm
They're going hard after Swinson, which is understandable, they want to take votes off her. But do floating voters want to watch another video by Momentum etc? Is that 2017 stuff going to work again?
They're frit.
#581863
Malcolm Armsteen wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 5:59 pm
Tubby Isaacs wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 5:20 pm
They're going hard after Swinson, which is understandable, they want to take votes off her. But do floating voters want to watch another video by Momentum etc? Is that 2017 stuff going to work again?
They're frit.
This could backfire. Remember when the Tories tried it on our Tone ? No attempts to paint him as a deadly dangerous marxist leftie would stick, because people knew that was bollocks and wanted a Labour government. Cue the bogus doctor.
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#581865
There's certainly enough to go after Swinson, but when you have the Greens, Plaid, SNP and Lib Dems already working together on Brexit, it sounds a bit "analogue" to me. Given that Johnson and Corbyn are going to chuck money about, can't see much reason why she would worry too much about austerity in the future. Will anyone then care about having been in the Coalition 5 years previously?
#581874
So he did missed that, mind you the man whose done this may not be the most reliable of witnesses.

https://twitter.com/garetharnolduk

He's got a Union Jack, that's a bad sign in my book.
#581877
Then again seeing a few articles about O'Mara there is more than often a comment from someone called Gareth Arnold.

https://www.thestar.co.uk/news/politics ... ons-476973

The petition, which has been set up by his chief of staff Gareth Arnold, said: “Members of Parliament who are not able to attend the House of Commons cannot vote remotely.
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