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Ian Jones

"Dull, boring, uninspiring" Labour

They're turning on themselves now, so much for loyalty.


www.walesonline.co.uk/news/local-news/former-pontypridd-mp-kim-howells-9319241

An ex-Labour MP has warned that Labour faces the wilderness without radical change - calling the party dull, boring and uninspiring.

Kim Howells, who had been MP for Pontypridd up until 2010, warned that without changes to its thinking Labour could become a very small and unimportant party.
Eddie legge

Ni Sine Labore

What happened to Ian pessimist Jones vote Plaid The SNP has more than 50 MP Yet Plaid has only 3
Ian Jones

Re: "Dull, boring, uninspiring" Labour

Ian Jones wrote:
They're turning on themselves now, so much for loyalty.


www.walesonline.co.uk/news/local-news/former-pontypridd-mp-kim-howells-9319241

An ex-Labour MP has warned that Labour faces the wilderness without radical change - calling the party dull, boring and uninspiring.

Kim Howells, who had been MP for Pontypridd up until 2010, warned that without changes to its thinking Labour could become a very small and unimportant party.


Labour bricking it, if they lose 6 seats it's bye bye Welsh Labour Government. Laughing  Laughing  Laughing Laughing  Laughing  Laughing
martyn142

What's even worse is that if they lose their seats, there isn't a Labour government to give them a comfortable, well-paid, life-long job in the House of Lords. So AMs like Alun Davies won't be as lucky as Maggie Jones, who lost her safe Labour seat to Peter Law, and was subsequently rewarded by being made Baroness Jones of Whitchurch.

I thought Labour was opposed to the House of Lords? It was when I was  a member anyway, but then it was a different party altogether then I suppose.
Ian Jones

martyn142 wrote:
What's even worse is that if they lose their seats, there isn't a Labour government to give them a comfortable, well-paid, life-long job in the House of Lords. So AMs like Alun Davies won't be as lucky as Maggie Jones, who lost her safe Labour seat to Peter Law, and was subsequently rewarded by being made Baroness Jones of Whitchurch.

I thought Labour was opposed to the House of Lords? It was when I was  a member anyway, but then it was a different party altogether then I suppose.


Absolutely Martyn, no one can argue with the facts, well as the saying goes "there's always one"

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