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Wigan MP wins re-selection vote

Started by: basil brush (14009)

to be the Labour candidate at the next general election

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Started: 18th Oct 2019 at 09:47

Posted by: TerryW (4361)

More politics from the anti politics poster.

More faces than the town hall clock.

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 09:52

Posted by: aussie94 (2346)

And will she follow the direction of her electorate to vote to leave the EU. Or will she bow to Josef Corbyn

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 09:53
Last edited by aussie94: 18th Oct 2019 at 09:56:50

Posted by: TerryW (4361)

She changes like the wind this one. Or should I say whatever suits her at the time.

She should be a Liberal by rights.

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 09:59

Posted by: basil brush (14009)

Local news, for local people

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 10:08

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (5012)

I like her, and I would like her a lot more if she backs the new withdrawal bill, and votes for it on Saturday, because if Labour are not careful, they are going to be annihilated at the next General Election, she should respect the wishes of her constituents, who voted to leave the EU

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 10:22

Posted by: aussie94 (2346)

Spot on TTS

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 10:28

Posted by: TerryW (4361)

There's the rub...she should respect the wishes of her constituents, but will she?

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 11:17

Posted by: aussie94 (2346)

Probably not. Josef will have "counselled" her.

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 11:22

Posted by: basil brush (14009)

I don't have a problem with her

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 11:25

Posted by: aussie94 (2346)

It seems by the vote on Brexit that a lot of people do

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 11:42

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

I have a problem with her.
She ain't a Wiganer.
and she has no respect for Wigan

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 12:00
Last edited by Zanzibar Spangles: 18th Oct 2019 at 12:28:01

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Hopefully the public will deselect her

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 12:01

Posted by: basil brush (14009)

I've always found her to be pleasent.

Replied: 18th Oct 2019 at 12:16

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Yes, she smiles while knifing wiganers in the back

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 08:30

Posted by: basil brush (14009)

Not knifed me in the back.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 11:00

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

Her role as MP is to act in a way in what she perceives as the best interests of her electorate. This may not neccesarily what the majority of the electorate actually want and she has no mandate or indeed obligation to go with the majority.

She, in her capacity as MP believes the best option for us is to remain and that's the avenue she went down.

If you don't like her take on it there is no sense in bleating about it like a kid with a full nappy. Do what the grown ups do and just don't vote for her or her party next time around. It's how a democratic parliamentary system like ours works.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 11:35

Posted by: aussie94 (2346)

You are lucky BB.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 11:35

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Always has to come with an insult eh SD

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 12:26

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Leave 105,000
Remain 38,000

What is it about democracy that you don't
Understand.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 12:30

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

Errrr.......lets forget the straw man approach and instead cut to the chase eh Spangler?

Am I right?
Or am I wrong?

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 12:50
Last edited by Stardelta: 19th Oct 2019 at 13:00:11

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (5012)

It comes down to 'Respect' and doing the decent thing, being British about it, and playing the white man ()

She should doo wots reet for Wigan

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 12:56

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Wrong, dead wrong

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 12:58

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

Nowt much I can about that opinion Spangler

However can I Suggest next time you vote, you tick the box of a party that mandates their MPs to follow the wishes of the majority of their electorate. Assuming one exists that is.

Alternatively you may be happier emigrating to a country run by a government that doesn't give its population and indeed its officials a democratic right and instead makes every decision for you. North Korea perhaps?

Of course if you think there is any benefit to it you could just keep bleating on about the situation. Nothing will change but I am sure there will be someone out who will agree with you

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 13:41
Last edited by Stardelta: 19th Oct 2019 at 13:43:39

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Yes, 17.4 million, 105,000 of them from Wigan
But being anti democratic and therefor anti british (that's if you are British),
It is you who should emmigrate.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:02

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

Sorry spangles, that comment just doesn't make any sense, at least to me. Nor can I identify any points you are trying to make. Other than the suggestion I am not British nor support democracy but that is not the case

Can you rephrase it please?

Ta

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:08
Last edited by Stardelta: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:09:24

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

The way I see it your issue is that Nandy didn't support the brexiteers amongst us. Pretty irrelevant in the grand scheme of things because at the end of the day they won the vote.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:13

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Read it more carefully

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:13

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

She's supposed to abide by the majority

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:15

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

Says who?

She obviously hasn't so what happens next?

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:20
Last edited by Stardelta: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:21:22

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

I believe they are putting her up for re-election.

Strange thing to do if her actions are questionable, wouldn't you agree?

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:24

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Hopefully at the next ge she will be out.
That may well not happen but I think (judging by the comments on her sm)
there'll be a large dent in her majority

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:26

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

Are you saying its Nandy who isn't British?

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:26

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

By they, you mean her own party
They'd have to parachute another one in,

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:27
Last edited by Zanzibar Spangles: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:29:06

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

If Nandy doesn't get another term how will that effect Brexit?

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:28

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

Errr.....really Spangles?

Who else would put her up for re-election?

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:29

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

It won't

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:29

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

It wasn't that kind of a question

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:32

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

But the good thing is Brexit has opened a lot of eyes concerning our MPs and the EU

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:34

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

“It won’t”

Well done Spangler......you got there in the end

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 14:35

Posted by: TerryW (4361)

She is about as much interested in Wigan as I am about Kim Jong un's piles. It's a job to her nothing more which pays her way in life for now.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 15:17

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Read my comment 14:26

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 15:31

Posted by: priscus (8272)

I disagree.

I do not support Labour.

I do not sympathise in any way with Lisa Nandy's political views.

Nevertheless, when I have heard her speak on the various issues which have been put to her in her many appearances on TV, it has been noticeable that she has been quite reflective of how issues will relate to those whom she represents.

I do not like her views, but will give her credit for not simply citing an ideological position, but considering more than MPs usually do how issues relate to her constituency.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 15:36

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

105,000 of her constituents are to be ignored then in favour of 39,000?

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 15:46

Posted by: baker boy (15440)

sad dog perhaps if she had stated publicly before her being elected. that she would never adhere to the voters wishes if it undermined her strong moral principles ,then perhaps voters may not have made her wigan's mp.
every action as a reaction,perhaps said voter's may turn their backs on her has she has turned her's, unwisely against the electorate wishes.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 18:33

Posted by: grimshaw (2202) 

A chance for all you J C haters to go to liverpool this evening and ask the questions you pose on here .
He is in the city to address a rally .

Go on then ,nows your chance .

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 18:37

Posted by: baker boy (15440)

would not answer the front door bell to that moron.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 18:51

Posted by: grimshaw (2202) 

I would imagine so given your postings on here .
Yet you sit and demonise at any given opportunity .

Show some back bone man.

If you have the balls that is, which i very much doubt .

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 18:57

Posted by: Stardelta (7701)

"Would not answer the front door bell to that moron"

Ohhhh.......the sweet sweet irony!

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 20:03

Posted by: grimshaw (2202) 

Stard.

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 20:19

Posted by: tonker (21678) 

Zanzibar Spangles said, "105,000 of her constituents are to be ignored then in favour of 39,000?"

Notwithstanding, the total electorate, of Lisa Nandy's constituency, is less than 75,000. The results were 63% 'leave' to 37% 'remain'.
It follows that, approximately, "47,000 of her constituents are to be ignored in favour of 28,000?"


Lisa Nandy is a known Marxist, particularly favouring the principals of THIS MON !

Replied: 19th Oct 2019 at 20:21
Last edited by tonker: 19th Oct 2019 at 20:30:41

Posted by: aussie94 (2346)

grimshaw, so absorped with his genetialia, poor lad

Replied: 20th Oct 2019 at 09:04
Last edited by aussie94: 20th Oct 2019 at 09:09:24

Posted by: grimshaw (2202) 

You are clearly thicker than i first thought .
Thicker than a dockers wallet to quote the old expression .

You are just not getting it are you .

My sincere sympathy. You dont half need some .

Replied: 20th Oct 2019 at 09:50

Posted by: TerryW (4361)

Corbyn's in Liverpool to address a Nazi Rally.

For de many laa but not de Jew.

Replied: 20th Oct 2019 at 11:13

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Wigan as a whole, my vote don't effect Platt or Fovargue but they vote as one

Replied: 20th Oct 2019 at 13:21

Posted by: tonker (21678) 

You clearly said "her constituents"!

Replied: 20th Oct 2019 at 17:54

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Whatever

Replied: 20th Oct 2019 at 19:38

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Meanwhile Caroline Flint (Lab) whose constituency voted to leave by 69% to 31%
had been threatened with deselection by her party if she voted in favour of her electors.

Unlike Nandy she told them were to go and
did the right thing

Replied: 20th Oct 2019 at 19:59

Posted by: Salmon & Ball (665) 

Posted by: tonker (19985)

"You clearly said "her constituents"! "

More duff information from spangles, again

Credit were its due though. He keeps trying

Replied: 20th Oct 2019 at 19:59
Last edited by Salmon & Ball: 20th Oct 2019 at 20:00:24

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Matter of public record

Replied: 20th Oct 2019 at 20:00

Posted by: laughing gravy (6068)

nandy said she'll vote for boris's deal

Replied: 21st Oct 2019 at 13:34

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Scared of losing her seat she has seen what wiganers think on her social media

Replied: 21st Oct 2019 at 13:44
Last edited by Zanzibar Spangles: 21st Oct 2019 at 13:46:08

Posted by: laughing gravy (6068)

of course she is but give her credit for going against the traitor..

Replied: 21st Oct 2019 at 13:47

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Then again she's probably realised that Boris Johnsons deal is a BRINO

Replied: 21st Oct 2019 at 13:48

Posted by: baker boy (15440)

walshy posts she never knifed me in the back.,
then she is one of the few women in wiganworld you have not had a row with.
walshy also posted
i dont have a problem with her ,when did you last know there was an election on ,your always putting the world to rights in the mount.
secondly when have you met wigan's tv personality.

sad dog you the world's biggest moron,by a country mile,or should i say sledge and who before that.sledge disappeared ,you appeared,enough said.

Replied: 21st Oct 2019 at 14:18
Last edited by baker boy: 21st Oct 2019 at 15:39:02

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

If it gets voted down we can leave with no deal, the best outcome

Replied: 21st Oct 2019 at 14:46

Posted by: baker boy (15440)

europeans have been trouble ever since my kith and kin left the place to come to this island paradise.

Replied: 21st Oct 2019 at 15:41

Posted by: Dave xl5 (477) 

I like her, I've seen her on telly many times and I think she knows her stuff, and wants to do the best for all her constituents. Problem is in a general election I can't vote for her, which would be the first time I've haven't voted Labour ever in an election, because of her so called leader. I'd sooner put my hand in the fire before voting for that ultra left wing loon.

Replied: 21st Oct 2019 at 17:59

 

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