Neil Coyle

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Tuesday 12 July 2016 5.28pm
Jules62 wrote:
they explained that they represent the Militant Tendency that was expelled from Labour in the 1980s

Something you'd think they'd prefer to cover up rather than advertise but apparently not.
Tuesday 19 July 2016 3.05am
Anyone have any idea how our MP voted in the Trident vote yesterday? Can't seem to find it online...
Tuesday 19 July 2016 9.42am
He voted for - according to the Mirror's little gadget
Tuesday 19 July 2016 10.19am
Despairing of Hilary Benn Radio 4 slot today. If only he was a visionary like his Dad Tony Benn
Wednesday 20 July 2016 1.28pm
Actually he was spot on. It's all a question of perspective
Wednesday 20 July 2016 1.38pm
Perspective? Hilary is.a joke and only famous due to his daddy
Wednesday 20 July 2016 3.09pm
He's hardly a joke. He was in the Cabinet or Shadow Cabinet for over 12 years in a variety of roles. He may not be your political cup of tea but that doesnt mean he's not a serious and respected politician.
Wednesday 20 July 2016 8.47pm
Neil wrote:
He may not be your political cup of tea but that doesnt mean he's not a serious and respected politician.

He's serious alright, but that is all...
Thursday 21 July 2016 12.47am
Jules62 wrote:
Neil wrote:
He may not be your political cup of tea but that doesnt mean he's not a serious and respected politician.

He's serious alright, but that is all...

Again, just because you don't respect him doesn't mean he isn't respected at all. Livia was quite right to stress the importance of perspective.
Thursday 21 July 2016 11.17pm
he knew all their rotten secrets Kinnock. Corbyn on Benn platform said The Tribune group led by Kinnock voted for Healey. There's your answer as Kinnock was a pawn for the establishment who saw Benn as huge threat to them as he originated from their class andhr speaking properly and beautifully etc yet had the temerity to fight for the working class. The best leader prime minister labour never had but he really didn't want to be in charge cos as he told me "power corrupts "
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