Discussion in 'SMB' started by CanaryWharfMackem, May 11, 2010.
No agreement on the economy/deficit reduction. Hmmm, seems a fundamental thing to disagree on
Aye wheels do seem to be falling off mind, I think I underestimated the self destructiveness of the Labour Party as there now seems to be a race on over which MPs an say quik enough they dont want a Coalition.
No-one knows jack shite about these discussions in reality. It's getting as bad as close season on PF!
Is this another one of those "fishing" threads?
I think any intelligent person would be able to tell the difference
I'm sure you've PMed people in advance.
i'm a Labour man - I worry a great deal about the tory economic policy however the uncertainty that a minority Government would bring with regards to the financial markets amongst other things is pretty disastrous. Perhaps a CON/LD is the least worse scenario and would allow the labour party to get its house in order.
He's the world's worst fisherman if that's the case.
All in time for the next election in a few months time
I think you are reflecting the general mood of the decent folk of the Labour Party at the moment.
Only the power hungry inner cabal (Mandelson, Balls, Milliband et al) are preventing exactly what you suggest.
And no ConLib agreement on education funding, fairer taxes and voting reform.
Voting reform is canny important iirc.
The Alistair Campbell of piscine pursuits.
I suppose it's a more subtle manoeuvre than Bongo's fallback line: 'Ahahahahaha - I was winding you up and you fell for it!!!!'
from the guardian, made me chuckle:
Sir Macolm Rifkind's language is getting more colourful by the hour. This morning he was expressing his anger at the Lib Dems. Now he is saying that Gordon Brown's attempt to cling on to power "comes straight out of the Robert Mugabe school of politics
Brown sneaking out the back door as i type.
I'd love to think that somewhere in downtown Harare there's a fella sitting in his crumbling academic institution, with a look of hurt on his face, muttering 'that's a bit below the belt'.
You've changed your tune now havent you.............
Am I still "bricking it" then Wolfie.................
Never mind the wheels falling off, looks like a team of scousers have turned up and it's now on bricks.
Too many Labour MPs against joining up with the LibDems,(unlike the Cons) good on them! sooner be in opposition than suck up to them.
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