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Secret ballot for new Labour leader

Post by Guest on 06.01.10 18:05

I see we are back with the "in-fighting" within the labour party again. Patricia Hewitt and Geof Hoon have proposed a secret ballot to vote for a new leader or endorse Mr Brown.

Does anyone think labour would do better with a new leader. I can't see anyone in the party who could do the job. There isn't anyone who stands out imo. Who would you vote for??
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Post by Tony Bennett on 06.01.10 20:43

candyfloss wrote:I see we are back with the "in-fighting" within the Labour party again. Patricia Hewitt and Geoff Hoon have proposed a secret ballot to vote for a new leader or endorse Mr Brown.

Does anyone think Labour would do better with a new leader. I can't see anyone in the party who could do the job. There isn't anyone who stands out imo. Who would you vote for??
Frank Field.
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Re: Secret ballot for new Labour leader

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 06.01.10 21:06

@Tony Bennett wrote:
candyfloss wrote:I see we are back with the "in-fighting" within the Labour party again. Patricia Hewitt and Geoff Hoon have proposed a secret ballot to vote for a new leader or endorse Mr Brown.

Does anyone think Labour would do better with a new leader. I can't see anyone in the party who could do the job. There isn't anyone who stands out imo. Who would you vote for??
Frank Field.

Didn't he used to do yodeling songs?
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Post by Tony Bennett on 06.01.10 21:12

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@Tony Bennett wrote:
candyfloss wrote:I see we are back with the "in-fighting" within the Labour party again. Patricia Hewitt and Geoff Hoon have proposed a secret ballot to vote for a new leader or endorse Mr Brown.

Does anyone think Labour would do better with a new leader. I can't see anyone in the party who could do the job. There isn't anyone who stands out imo. Who would you vote for??
Frank Field.

Didn't he used to do yodeling songs?
You're confusing Frank Field with Frank Ifield:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scraerSaW7E

Not forgetting, of course, the Norrie Paramor Orchestra, his 'backing group'.
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Re: Secret ballot for new Labour leader

Post by Old Nick on 06.01.10 22:52

Showing your age Mr B!

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Post by Guest on 06.01.10 22:59

@Old Nick wrote:Showing your age Mr B!


And me, I used to love that record, and Frank :oops:
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Re: Secret ballot for new Labour leader

Post by vaguely on 07.01.10 14:04

Anyone good enough to prevent the Conservatives from gaining power next time around would be fine with me.

Frank Field is hot on immigration (limited knowledge, but I think that's right)- which might be a vote winner.

Although I think the idea of Frank Ifield saving the day is much more interesting.

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Post by Jophiel on 07.01.10 14:23

@vaguely wrote:Anyone good enough to prevent the Conservatives from gaining power next time around would be fine with me.

Frank Field is hot on immigration (limited knowledge, but I think that's right)- which might be a vote winner.

Although I think the idea of Frank Ifield saving the day is much more interesting.

Me too.

Although I'm not sure removing GB from office now would be a vote winner anyway. thinking Didn't Mr Hoon try the same thing with Blair?
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