June 11th, 2014

Quote of the Day

Tom Watson on the Fabians’ report showing Labour is losing support to UKIP:

“This must be listened to at the top of the party. I think there is an added problem of the density of former special advisers who speak for Labour in a particular tone that is off-putting. We need more working-class voices at the top of the party.”

Who could he be talking about?


12 Comments

  1. 1
    SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    They are still trying to convince themselves that people are voting UKIP because they have become disillusioned with politics, rather than having a visceral hatred of the EU diktat that is becoming more intrusive and threatening by the day.

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  2. 2
    dai socialising says:

    bring back arfur mullard

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  3. 3

    ‘ere we go itsa class fing, innit? What’s he mean working class voices? Is that accents or the words used to express their thoughts. Simple, straightforward, no double talk, in words everybody understands. That would shake the dishonourables up a bit, but would they understand? Doubt it!

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    • 4
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      There is a deliberate confusion with the working class and labours specially bred illiterate, unemployable, mouth breathing, moronic underclass ,who’s presence in every town and city so offends the senses, waddling around in their pink Primark track suits with hordes of multi racial benefit brats in tow

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  4. 5
    Plugs. - bathroom - 13 amp. says:

    Bleedin’ international golfer, wot duz ‘e kno abaht Fabian Communism? Anywa ‘e shuld stik ter bangin’ ‘is balls arahnd them fields.

    Wot is it wiv arl the un-dead Labour lefties climb in’ out of their coffins?

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  5. 6
    Fat Bastard says:

    “We need more working-class voices at the top of the party.”

    Well, I’ve always thought I sounded like your average Brummie meself, so it’s not like I mean ME, after all…

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  6. 7
    scot2go2 says:

    so… having a workin glass voice will influence the masses of the policies & the right on message…. is that all it will take…. Jeez… who’d ave thought it…. this man is clearly cabinet material if ever we have the misfortune to have another inept sad labour lot…

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  7. 11

    Does he not mean the not-working class?

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  8. 12

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