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Re: Where's the Brexit Party when you need them?

By Leeds Sandgrounder8/4 09:08Thu Apr 8 09:08:31 2021In response to Re: Where's the Brexit Party when you need them?

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I think not being Theresa May was the best thing of all in 2017.

Hopefully what Starmer is doing is projecting a competent and coherent image of what Labour is and what it will do, and pointing out the many failings of this government. I would be the first to say they haven't done it enough yet, but these are not normal times.

I didn't vote for him for leader either, but if anyone doesn't think Starmer would be a better Prime Minister and lead a better government than the succession of sociopathic arseholes we have had since 2010 and continue to have, they are lying to themselves.

The fact that he and Labour have had a couple of bad weeks recently has been met with the inevitable depressing ill-disguised glee and the slightly pathetic pile-on from various jilted failures from Momentum - I doubt that has helped the party's prospects. It's pretty obvious that they don't really care about that.

What specifically should he have done that he hasn't?

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