The next big leader?

Alexia
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Wet public school wanker.
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Alexia wrote:Wet public school wanker.
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The last two paragraphs of this article are very prescient, I feel.
Julian Astle for The Independent wrote:For rather than identifying either with the Left or the Right as the pre- and post- war generations did, and do, today’s young combine the social liberal views of the Left (secular, internationalist, concerned about the environment, relaxed about lifestyle choices and family structures) and the classical liberal views of the Right (in favour of balanced budgets, low taxation, conditional welfare, personal responsibility, individual choice and entrepreneurship) without seeing any contradiction between the two.

This increasingly educated, empowered, technologically savvy cohort is left cold by the conservatism of the Tory party and the collectivism of the Labour party. They are instinctive liberals. They just need a liberal party to vote for.
http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/com ... 54337.html
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I completely agree with that.
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This is NOT a good sign:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... camps.html
http://www.theguardian.com/politics/201 ... odernisers

If Andy get its, it will be another Boris winning in 2020.
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Im not voting for Andy, its a joke the union are pushing so had for him to win.
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OK.
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Alexia wrote:I can see Chuka Ummuna getting the Labour leadership, sadly.
Chuka Umunna has ruled himself out (and why are people calling him Khan?)
Alexia
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JAS84 wrote:
Alexia wrote:I can see Chuka Ummuna getting the Labour leadership, sadly.
Chuka Umunna has ruled himself out
*slow clap*

Well done on being a full WEEK late with that breaking news, responding to a post I made TWO weeks ago. I have absolutely no idea what point you were trying to make with this post.
(and why are people calling him Khan?)
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I just dont want Burham to get it but I have a bad feeling he will, Im still not going to vote for him I'll give to someone else. Hopeful Labour makes the changes to make it easier to get rid of a crap leader.

Just in case you did not know:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... ur-leaders

Quick points: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-politics-33152341
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