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By Boiler
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Samanfur wrote:
Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:43 pm
Johnson left the chamber after Miliband'd finished.

Funny thing, that.



Johnson was just upset that an oik had the temerity to speak to him like that.
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By randomelement
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The Weeping Angel wrote:
Sat Sep 19, 2020 1:27 pm
Of course the Corbynistas would intpret this as a dig against Jeremy.

Like Qanon, Flat Earthers and Brexiteers, there seems to be a sector of the population that no matter the evidence to the contrary will just keep believing.

If you were to go through an evidenced point by point break down of their beliefs they wouldn't change their minds.
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By crabcakes_windermere
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Not sure trying to make out Starmer was disloyal when he never spoke out against Corbyn, yet Corbyn spoke out constantly against every leader he ever worked under and hasn’t had the grace to keep his gob shut now he’s out of the role himself, is the best idea...
 
By Malcolm Armsteen
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Left Out is explicit that, although Starmer was positioning himself as a leadership candidate at quite an early stage, he bided his time and didn't make any moves until Corbyn shuffled off to the allotment with Yoko in tow.

They are aligning 'won handsomely' to 'stabbed a useless old twat in the back'.
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