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Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby LordRaven » Thu Nov 06, 2014 3:23 pm

Some Labour MPs have told the chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party that Ed Miliband should stand down, sources have told the BBC.

One backbencher said he had called for the leader to go, and had been told by a colleague that he had done likewise.

Another said he was sure lots of MPs were making the same request of the PLP's chairman, MP Dave Watts.

Amid increasingly vocal discontent, Mr Miliband intends to attempt a fightback later on Thursday.

It is understood his leadership was also openly questioned at a meeting of Labour MPs from the north west of England earlier this week.

Sources say they discussed moving to a defensive strategy in a bid to hold on to their seats, rather than fight an offensive one aimed winning the election. :yikes:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-29935172

It's so nice to see how deluded Cannydc actually is in thinking Ed Sillyplank is a great leader :pmsl:

In the interests of pure comedy please can all you labourites email Labour Head Office and demand he stay!!! :mrgreen:
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby Text » Thu Nov 06, 2014 3:32 pm

LordRaven wrote:Some Labour MPs have told the chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party that Ed Miliband should stand down, sources have told the BBC.

One backbencher said he had called for the leader to go, and had been told by a colleague that he had done likewise.

Another said he was sure lots of MPs were making the same request of the PLP's chairman, MP Dave Watts.

Amid increasingly vocal discontent, Mr Miliband intends to attempt a fightback later on Thursday.

It is understood his leadership was also openly questioned at a meeting of Labour MPs from the north west of England earlier this week.

Sources say they discussed moving to a defensive strategy in a bid to hold on to their seats, rather than fight an offensive one aimed winning the election. :yikes:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-29935172

It's so nice to see how deluded Cannydc actually is in thinking Ed Sillyplank is a great leader :pmsl:

In the interests of pure comedy please can all you labourites email Labour Head Office and demand he stay!!! :mrgreen:


Will he see this message tho?? I've not seen him around in a good while. Maybe he's off on holiday somewhere, Raven.
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby LordRaven » Thu Nov 06, 2014 4:18 pm

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LordRaven wrote:Some Labour MPs have told the chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party that Ed Miliband should stand down, sources have told the BBC.

One backbencher said he had called for the leader to go, and had been told by a colleague that he had done likewise.

Another said he was sure lots of MPs were making the same request of the PLP's chairman, MP Dave Watts.

Amid increasingly vocal discontent, Mr Miliband intends to attempt a fightback later on Thursday.

It is understood his leadership was also openly questioned at a meeting of Labour MPs from the north west of England earlier this week.

Sources say they discussed moving to a defensive strategy in a bid to hold on to their seats, rather than fight an offensive one aimed winning the election. :yikes:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-29935172

It's so nice to see how deluded Cannydc actually is in thinking Ed Sillyplank is a great leader :pmsl:

In the interests of pure comedy please can all you labourites email Labour Head Office and demand he stay!!! :mrgreen:


Will he see this message tho?? I've not seen him around in a good while. Maybe he's off on holiday somewhere, Raven.


Actually the rancid old monotonous labour party mouthpiece was on earlier today peddling the same old garbage in the hope others might believe him :gigglesnshit:

He'll be gutted that his hero Ed Sillyplank is considered an idiot by many labour MP's as well as most of the population of the UK :mrgreen:
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby LordRaven » Thu Nov 06, 2014 4:42 pm

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Labour leader Ed Miliband donates money to a woman as he walks to a meeting with UK council leaders at the Town Hall in Manchester, England
He looks as tho' he's doing so under duress :yikes:

Ed Miliband is facing open calls from his own MPs to stand down amid growing concerns that he will cost his party the General Election.
Two MPs are understood to have told David Watts, the chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party, that they believe it is time for Mr Miliband to go.
One MP said: "We are down to 29 per cent in the polls and that could go down further. He is less popular than Nick Clegg and he will cost us votes at the General Election.
"We are hearing it on the doorstep. People are saying 'you are doing an alright job but we don't like your leader'. He is costing me votes."
Mr Watts has reportedly told the MPs that they are not the first to raise concerns about Mr Miliband's leadership with him, but said that there is no alternative candidate for the leadership. Mr Watts declined to comment when contacted by The Telegraph.

It came as Damian McBride, Gordon Brown's former spin doctor, said that Labour is "whistling in the wind" if it thinks that it can win round voters to "the real Ed".
He told BBC One's Daily Politics: "He can't do much about the fact he comes from Hampstead but he can do something about the fact that he's constantly acting as though life revolves around what goes on in Hampstead and that there's no sense of getting out there and understanding what ordinary people are feeling, including about himself, and trying to address that personal problem he's got." :yikes:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politic ... must-go.ht

But but but ...CannyD(aft)C(unt) says he's a brilliant leader!!! :mrgreen:
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby Dimples » Thu Nov 06, 2014 4:46 pm

LordRaven wrote:Image
Labour leader Ed Miliband donates money to a woman as he walks to a meeting with UK council leaders at the Town Hall in Manchester, England
He looks as tho' he's doing so under duress
:yikes:

Ed Miliband is facing open calls from his own MPs to stand down amid growing concerns that he will cost his party the General Election.
Two MPs are understood to have told David Watts, the chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party, that they believe it is time for Mr Miliband to go.
One MP said: "We are down to 29 per cent in the polls and that could go down further. He is less popular than Nick Clegg and he will cost us votes at the General Election.
"We are hearing it on the doorstep. People are saying 'you are doing an alright job but we don't like your leader'. He is costing me votes."
Mr Watts has reportedly told the MPs that they are not the first to raise concerns about Mr Miliband's leadership with him, but said that there is no alternative candidate for the leadership. Mr Watts declined to comment when contacted by The Telegraph.

It came as Damian McBride, Gordon Brown's former spin doctor, said that Labour is "whistling in the wind" if it thinks that it can win round voters to "the real Ed".
He told BBC One's Daily Politics: "He can't do much about the fact he comes from Hampstead but he can do something about the fact that he's constantly acting as though life revolves around what goes on in Hampstead and that there's no sense of getting out there and understanding what ordinary people are feeling, including about himself, and trying to address that personal problem he's got." :yikes:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politic ... must-go.ht

But but but ...CannyD(aft)C(unt) says he's a brilliant leader!!! :mrgreen:


Well, yes.... that was a whole 2p he dropped into her cup.
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby LordRaven » Thu Nov 06, 2014 4:49 pm

Dimples wrote:
LordRaven wrote:Image
Labour leader Ed Miliband donates money to a woman as he walks to a meeting with UK council leaders at the Town Hall in Manchester, England
He looks as tho' he's doing so under duress
:yikes:

Ed Miliband is facing open calls from his own MPs to stand down amid growing concerns that he will cost his party the General Election.
Two MPs are understood to have told David Watts, the chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party, that they believe it is time for Mr Miliband to go.
One MP said: "We are down to 29 per cent in the polls and that could go down further. He is less popular than Nick Clegg and he will cost us votes at the General Election.
"We are hearing it on the doorstep. People are saying 'you are doing an alright job but we don't like your leader'. He is costing me votes."
Mr Watts has reportedly told the MPs that they are not the first to raise concerns about Mr Miliband's leadership with him, but said that there is no alternative candidate for the leadership. Mr Watts declined to comment when contacted by The Telegraph.

It came as Damian McBride, Gordon Brown's former spin doctor, said that Labour is "whistling in the wind" if it thinks that it can win round voters to "the real Ed".
He told BBC One's Daily Politics: "He can't do much about the fact he comes from Hampstead but he can do something about the fact that he's constantly acting as though life revolves around what goes on in Hampstead and that there's no sense of getting out there and understanding what ordinary people are feeling, including about himself, and trying to address that personal problem he's got." :yikes:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politic ... must-go.ht

But but but ...CannyD(aft)C(unt) says he's a brilliant leader!!! :mrgreen:


Well, yes.... that was a whole 2p he dropped into her cup.

Good call!!! I never bothered to identify the coin, well spotted! :thumbsup:
Tight fisted champagne socialist bastard!! :thud:
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby Peon Watch » Thu Nov 06, 2014 7:08 pm

LordRaven wrote:
Dimples wrote:
LordRaven wrote:Image
Labour leader Ed Miliband donates money to a woman as he walks to a meeting with UK council leaders at the Town Hall in Manchester, England
He looks as tho' he's doing so under duress
:yikes:

Ed Miliband is facing open calls from his own MPs to stand down amid growing concerns that he will cost his party the General Election.
Two MPs are understood to have told David Watts, the chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party, that they believe it is time for Mr Miliband to go.
One MP said: "We are down to 29 per cent in the polls and that could go down further. He is less popular than Nick Clegg and he will cost us votes at the General Election.
"We are hearing it on the doorstep. People are saying 'you are doing an alright job but we don't like your leader'. He is costing me votes."
Mr Watts has reportedly told the MPs that they are not the first to raise concerns about Mr Miliband's leadership with him, but said that there is no alternative candidate for the leadership. Mr Watts declined to comment when contacted by The Telegraph.

It came as Damian McBride, Gordon Brown's former spin doctor, said that Labour is "whistling in the wind" if it thinks that it can win round voters to "the real Ed".
He told BBC One's Daily Politics: "He can't do much about the fact he comes from Hampstead but he can do something about the fact that he's constantly acting as though life revolves around what goes on in Hampstead and that there's no sense of getting out there and understanding what ordinary people are feeling, including about himself, and trying to address that personal problem he's got." :yikes:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politic ... must-go.ht

But but but ...CannyD(aft)C(unt) says he's a brilliant leader!!! :mrgreen:


Well, yes.... that was a whole 2p he dropped into her cup.

Good call!!! I never bothered to identify the coin, well spotted! :thumbsup:
Tight fisted champagne socialist bastard!! :thud:


so a blairite calls for a brownite to stand down :pointlaugh:

butthurt taxi for mcbride

maybe he'll follow that other rw blairite hodges and fuck off
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby Text » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:01 pm

LordRaven wrote:
Canary wrote: Will he see this message tho?? I've not seen him around in a good while. Maybe he's off on holiday somewhere, Raven.


Actually the rancid old monotonous labour party mouthpiece was on earlier today peddling the same old garbage in the hope others might believe him :gigglesnshit:

He'll be gutted that his hero Ed Sillyplank is considered an idiot by many labour MP's as well as most of the population of the UK :mrgreen:

Ah ok. Didn't realise. :thumbsup:
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby Text » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:07 pm

LordRaven wrote:
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Labour leader Ed Miliband donates money to a woman as he walks to a meeting with UK council leaders at the Town Hall in Manchester, England
He looks as tho' he's doing so under duress :yikes:


I have a feeling it was a hoax and others think the same, Raven. She was probly planted? Anyway she said herself that it was about 60-70pence that he donated. I would not have given her a penny!
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:34 pm

Canary wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
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Labour leader Ed Miliband donates money to a woman as he walks to a meeting with UK council leaders at the Town Hall in Manchester, England
He looks as tho' he's doing so under duress :yikes:


I have a feeling it was a hoax and others think the same, Raven. She was probly planted? Anyway she said herself that it was about 60-70pence that he donated. I would not have given her a penny!


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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby LordRaven » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:43 pm

Canary wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
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Labour leader Ed Miliband donates money to a woman as he walks to a meeting with UK council leaders at the Town Hall in Manchester, England
He looks as tho' he's doing so under duress :yikes:


I have a feeling it was a hoax and others think the same, Raven. She was probly planted? Anyway she said herself that it was about 60-70pence that he donated. I would not have given her a penny!


I try not to encourage begging tbh and looking at how clean she looks I think she is hardly in need of anything, she is most probably a plant but look at his fizzog! :gigglesnshit:
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:45 pm

LordRaven wrote:
Canary wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
Image
Labour leader Ed Miliband donates money to a woman as he walks to a meeting with UK council leaders at the Town Hall in Manchester, England
He looks as tho' he's doing so under duress :yikes:


I have a feeling it was a hoax and others think the same, Raven. She was probly planted? Anyway she said herself that it was about 60-70pence that he donated. I would not have given her a penny!


I try not to encourage begging tbh and looking at how clean she looks I think she is hardly in need of anything, she is most probably a plant but look at his fizzog! :gigglesnshit:


yours is hardly a picture

teefy's shown us the pictures :gigglesnshit:
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby Trapper John » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:47 pm

The sooner that prick goes the better, otherwise Labour will get the biggest tonking in history, come the election.

I vote Len McClusky to stand for Labour leader. :thumbsup:





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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby Trapper John » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:49 pm

I wonder how much more money a beggar gets for wearing a head scarf against one who doesn't?
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Re: Ed Miliband 'facing calls to quit'

Postby McAz » Thu Nov 06, 2014 11:21 pm

Trapper John wrote:I wonder how much more money a beggar gets for wearing a head scarf against one who doesn't?

Not much if Milliband is the giver by the look of it. :dunno:
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