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he just quit as leader of labour-they are also now negotiating with the lib dems for a lab/lib coalition but brown would NOT be prime minister. Read More
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
he just quit as leader of labour-they are also now negotiating with the lib dems for a lab/lib coalition but brown would NOT be prime minister.
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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#1
thats not what he meant....he is not going yet...he would be prime minister until the labour party conference on oct/nov if they all agreed.....its all back up in the air again..according to sky news anyway
#2
boothy;8572440
thats not what he meant....he is not going yet...he would be prime minister until the labour party conference on oct/nov if they all agreed.....its all back up in the air again..according to sky news anyway

Thats closer to what I heard
#3
OO interesting.
#4
there is still hope....
#5
he still wants to keep his grubby hands on power until the autumn though. he's only doing it to try and appease the lib dems and keep his failed govt in power by whatever way he can. it's verging on shameful.
#6
nope, not until september...
#7
do the lib dems REALLY wanna align themselves with a man who hasnt been voted in this time and wasnt voted in last time either?
#8
boothy
thats not what he meant....he is not going yet...he would be prime minister until the labour party conference on oct/nov if they all agreed.....its all back up in the air again..according to sky news anyway


but he HAS resigned as leader of the party,its a labour constitutional thing that he has to stay til the conference. The more interesting thing anyway is that this is clearly an indication that the lib dems must be struggling to sell an alliance with the tories to their members.
banned#9
addyliver
nope, not until september...


Gutted :-(
#10
A lib/lab collaliton will be a prelude to another election with months. They wouldn't have a majority even together and would still be depending on the independents to be able to push through votes and not forgetting rebels.
#11
ants97
he still wants to keep his grubby hands on power until the autumn though. he's only doing it to try and appease the lib dems and keep his failed govt in power by whatever way he can. it's verging on shameful.


grubby hands?

as opposed to someone taking over with clean hands?

verging on nonsense
#12
If a lib lab rainbow coalition occurs I wonder how many pieces the tories will cut Cameron into
#13
casparwhite
grubby hands?

as opposed to someone taking over with clean hands?

verging on nonsense


I've literally no idea what point your trying to make apart from a smartish play on my last post but that's it. I'm pretty sure it made more sense in your head.
#14
WoolyM
If a lib lab rainbow coalition occurs I wonder how many pieces the tories will cut Cameron into


maybe he will slip out of the "clean" hands of the tory faithful
banned#15
The Labour party are knackered and this stringing out of the whole thing is potentially bad for the economy.

Hopefully this just means Clegg gets more from Cameron and we can have a nice coalition between those two.
#16
ants97
I've literally no idea what point your trying to make apart from a smartish play on my last post but that's it. I'm pretty sure it made more sense in your head.


no just wondering why you are using the term "grubby" i assume its a smartish play on words that makes sense in your head:roll:

how do you describe the rest of the polticians hands out of interest?
#17
casparwhite
no just wondering why you are using the term "grubby" i assume its a smartish play on words that makes sense in your head:roll:

how do you describe the rest of the polticians hands out of interest?


aah right your trying to deflect from browns "grubby" attempts to stay in power after his party lost around 100 mps and are no longer the largest party in parliament by saying all politicians are "grubby". Got you now:thumbsup:
#18
He's done this purely to get the Lib Dems on board..

However..

If a lib/lab pack does happen... You'll see massive public uproar... With conservatives have 36.1% of the vote... Then to have a party in power who got 29% of the vote..

As someone has already said - you'll see an election very soon aftwards
banned#19
FilthAndFurry
The Labour party are knackered and this stringing out of the whole thing is potentially bad for the economy.

Hopefully this just means Clegg gets more from Cameron and we can have a nice coalition between those two.


I don't understand what is being strung out?? It's hardly like there is a quick easy solution here. Let them take their time, let them discuss all possibilities.
banned#20
spritey
He's done this purely to get the Lib Dems on board..

However..

If a lib/lab pack does happen... You'll see massive public uproar... With conservatives have 36.1% of the vote... Then to have a party in power who got 29% of the vote..

As someone has already said - you'll see an election very soon aftwards


Brown has had no choice but to go. All outcomes led to his removal as leader of the party at some point.
#21
How long do you think it will be before BBCs Nick Robinson of Young Conservatives fame explodes like the Icelanic volcano :w00t:
banned#22
spritey
He's done this purely to get the Lib Dems on board..

However..

If a lib/lab pack does happen... You'll see massive public uproar... With conservatives have 36.1% of the vote... Then to have a party in power who got 29% of the vote..

As someone has already said - you'll see an election very soon aftwards


There wont be an uproar, since over 50% of the voters have a say in Parliament via the party they elected.

Luckily Cameron will have his hands full in October, so all is not lost for him. See, it might all turn out well after all.

ants97
aah right your trying to deflect from browns "grubby" attempts to stay in power after his party lost around 100 mps and are no longer the largest party in parliament by saying all politicians are "grubby". Got you now:thumbsup:


Ants97, I can see you dont like labour (presumabley much to do with being the biggest obstacle in Scotland to the SNP, but do you honestly think Salmond has any scrupples? This is politicians we are talking about. they all lie, they all have grubby hands, they all sell their souls. You did realise this, didn't you?

.
banned#23
guv
There wont be an uproar, since over 50% of the voters have a say in Parliament via the party they elected.



But you'll have a PM who was either the leader of the third placed party, or one who wasn't part of the leaders' debates.

I'm not a Tory voter but I think that Cameron is the only viable leadership candidate we have and I think we need the Lib Dems in coalition to control their natural tendencies.

For their own sake the Labour party need to spend some time out of power to regroup.
#24
In other news Sonic The Hedgehog 4 has been leaked on the net, over 2 months before release date!
#25
excellent move by Brown sacrifice his position to keep the tories out - well done Gordie:thumbsup:
banned#26
FilthAndFurry
But you'll have a PM who was either the leader of the third placed party, or one who wasn't part of the leaders' debates.

I'm not a Tory voter but I think that Cameron is the only viable leadership candidate we have and I think we need the Lib Dems in coalition to control their natural tendencies.

For their own sake the Labour party need to spend some time out of power to regroup.


They should ask Cameron to lead the Lab/Lib coalition in the name of fairness.
banned#27
Mallinersha
In other news Sonic The Hedgehog 4 has been leaked on the net, over 2 months before release date!


Not much good for most people though.
banned#28
FilthAndFurry
But you'll have a PM who was either the leader of the third placed party, or one who wasn't part of the leaders' debates.


Well at least you didnt peddle the tired "but he wasn't voted in as PM" line.

I'm not a Tory voter but I think that Cameron is the only viable leadership candidate we have and I think we need the Lib Dems in coalition to control their natural tendencies.


Opinions are all well and good, and whilst the point is a possibility, I cant see it lasting very long at all.

For their own sake the Labour party need to spend some time out of power to regroup.


BS..... They might need to elect a new leader, but claiming they need to regroup and the inexperienced Tories is a good option, isn't for me I'm afraid.
suspended#29
Could Nick Clegg be made the PM over this if a lib/lab coaltition is granted?
#30
lol at them arguing live on SKy news!!
#31
A few cups of Earl Grey tea will have been spilt after that fly in the ointment.....
#32
OMG anyone watching this!!!!!!!!!!!
#33
guv
There wont be an uproar, since over 50% of the voters have a say in Parliament via the party they elected.

Luckily Cameron will have his hands full in October, so all is not lost for him. See, it might all turn out well after all.



Ants97, I can see you dont like labour (presumabley much to do with being the biggest obstacle in Scotland to the SNP, but do you honestly think Salmond has any scrupples? This is politicians we are talking about. they all lie, they all have grubby hands, they all sell their souls. You did realise this, didn't you?

.


again by labelling all politicians as grubby your trying to deflect from browns and labours almost shameful play to keep their govt limo's.
banned#34
guv

BS..... They might need to elect a new leader, but claiming they need to regroup and the inexperienced Tories is a good option, isn't for me I'm afraid.


They've been in power for 13 years - fatigue is an inevitability. All the people who came in at the '97 election who had promise have been and gone. They need to spend some time in opposition and let the next generation come through - it's what happens in politics.
#35
Massive bust up on Sky at the moment Adam Boulton nearly brawling with Al Campbell,best ever
#36
boothy
Massive bust up on Sky at the moment Adam Boulton nearly brawling with Al Campbell,best ever


i know its brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#37
boothy;8572751
Massive bust up on Sky at the moment Adam Boulton nearly brawling with Al Campbell,best ever

If it went to fisticuffs I would back Al
#38
WoolyM
If it went to fisticuffs I would back Al


I thought Adam was gonna smack Alistair!!!
#39
WoolyM
If it went to fisticuffs I would back Al


every time, Adam Boulton is only one pie away from a heart attack
#40
bossyboots;8572771
I thought Adam was gonna smack Alistair!!!

I was watching Nick Robinson explode on the BBC

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