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    Quote Originally Posted by millertop View Post
    I think She replied to another tweeter that they need to keep their mouths shut, not sure what exact wording was because she deleted it after the backlash she received
    She retweeted a parody Owen Jones account who tweeted it.

    She's an awful person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WanChaiMiller View Post
    Not defending her. But from what I see she didnt (say 'white girls who were abused should shut there mouths for the good of diversity in Rotherham').
    You are not defending her but feel the need to mention it wasnít her.
    Well she retweeted it and her response was well said to the original tweet.

    Tell me how appointing her isnít a slap in the face to the victims. ?

    Typical blinkered response thatís why Labour is a laughing stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WanChaiMiller View Post
    Is 'thinking she did something' enough to post condemnation?
    It was a simple question and yes it might be a reason why she tweeted what she did, what is wrong in finding out why she might have done that? Ffs seriously can’t post anything without you jumping down peoples necks

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    This is a woman that had her parliamentary whip removed because she shared a post on Facebook suggesting relocating Israel to the United States with the message problem solved.
    She also retweeted a tweet from Winny Mandela which sparked outrage suggesting that all the opposition needs necklacing.

    Which means putting a tyre around there necks setting it alight and watching them burn to death.

    Then again the new leader of the Labour Party has a fantastic track record of dealing with child *** scandals doesnít he?

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    And by way of balance, Starmer has brought in more than a dozen MPs back iinto the front bench who were opposed to Corbyn, including Jess Philips, Liz Kendal and Alison McGovern. Not particularly happy about Shah being included, free ammo for the opposition, but there is a good balance of left and centre in the front bench. I've had many debates with my MP Wes Streeting in the last few years, a fierce opponent of Corbyn but he's a great bloke and I'm really pleased to see him given a key role.

    The Labour team now is on balance more centre than left, and has some great people involved. Shame they give people the ammo with Shah's contentious appointment although to be fair we all make (big!) mistakes. Quite typical of this board though to completely ignore all of the positive changes in the shadow team and focus on the one controversy.

    There will undoubtably be a strong remain presence, as labour was, overwhelmingly, a pro-EU party. But that's history now, we have to hope for a positive deal when we actually do leave and get back to electing politicians away from focusing on a single issue.

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    Keeps with tradition the grooming party appointing yet another racist to a high position. Shah follows corbyn & the biggest racist of the lot Abbott into a more senior position.

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    Not the smartest appointment to say the least .

    Makes it difficult to criticise the government's appointments such as Pritti Patel when you are guilty yourselves .

    Not good .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragingpup View Post
    And by way of balance, Starmer has brought in more than a dozen MPs back iinto the front bench who were opposed to Corbyn, including Jess Philips, Liz Kendal and Alison McGovern. Not particularly happy about Shah being included, free ammo for the opposition, but there is a good balance of left and centre in the front bench. I've had many debates with my MP Wes Streeting in the last few years, a fierce opponent of Corbyn but he's a great bloke and I'm really pleased to see him given a key role.

    The Labour team now is on balance more centre than left, and has some great people involved. Shame they give people the ammo with Shah's contentious appointment although to be fair we all make (big!) mistakes. Quite typical of this board though to completely ignore all of the positive changes in the shadow team and focus on the one controversy.

    There will undoubtably be a strong remain presence, as labour was, overwhelmingly, a pro-EU party. But that's history now, we have to hope for a positive deal when we actually do leave and get back to electing politicians away from focusing on a single issue.
    So like any other political threads on here then where one might get singled out.
    It was always going to get mentioned

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    Quote Originally Posted by millertop View Post
    So like any other political threads on here then where one might get singled out.
    It was always going to get mentioned
    It sure was. But that doesn't mean that we should ignore the broad scope of appointments to the shadow front bench that hugely eclipse the one controversial appointment, and maintain that "nothing has changed" with Labour as has been suggested. I think that there are many great appointments unifying centre and left and hope that we can at last unite after years of infighting to be an effective opposition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragingpup View Post
    And by way of balance, Starmer has brought in more than a dozen MPs back iinto the front bench who were opposed to Corbyn, including Jess Philips, Liz Kendal and Alison McGovern. Not particularly happy about Shah being included, free ammo for the opposition, but there is a good balance of left and centre in the front bench. I've had many debates with my MP Wes Streeting in the last few years, a fierce opponent of Corbyn but he's a great bloke and I'm really pleased to see him given a key role.

    The Labour team now is on balance more centre than left, and has some great people involved. Shame they give people the ammo with Shah's contentious appointment although to be fair we all make (big!) mistakes. Quite typical of this board though to completely ignore all of the positive changes in the shadow team and focus on the one controversy.

    There will undoubtably be a strong remain presence, as labour was, overwhelmingly, a pro-EU party. But that's history now, we have to hope for a positive deal when we actually do leave and get back to electing politicians away from focusing on a single issue.
    It isn't history now though is it? People won't quickly forget that the party betrayed its heartlands and got repaid accordingly.
    Starmer, a white, male, multi-millionaire, knight of the realm, London-centric, EU remainer hardly seems a typical Socialist or the type to win back the trust of their voters.
    Opposition has become second nature to the Labour Party nowadays so we'll have to see.

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