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Highlights from Jeremy Corbyn's first PMQs

Highlights from Jeremy Corbyn's first PMQs

(4:39) Jeremy Corbyn thinks different. In his debut prime minister's questions, the Labour leader approached the session 'slightly differently'. How do you think he did?

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1008 days ago)

They say he's not a leader, but first outing at PMQs and he's already changed it forever. Isn't that a sign leadership?

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They say he's not a leader, but first outing at PMQs and he's already changed it forever. Isn't that a sign leadership?

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Guest: Asterix (1007 days ago)

Gimmick move. The point of PMQs is that the leader of the opposition can formulate searching questions about the conduct and policies of the government that requires an answer. .Dishing up a succession of long hops that cameron can just pad away doesn't really qualify

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Gimmick move. The point of PMQs is that the leader of the opposition can formulate searching questions about the conduct and policies of the government that requires an answer. .Dishing up a succession of long hops that cameron can just pad away doesn't really qualify

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1007 days ago)

I don't think it's a gimmick move because he's not a gimmick politician. We'll see how PMQs evolves. Questions from the public is a great idea, one small step towards democracy.

I like a lot of his ideas, here's an overview: LINK

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I don't think it's a gimmick move because he's not a gimmick politician. We'll see how PMQs evolves. Questions from the public is a great idea, one small step towards democracy.

I like a lot of his ideas, here's an overview: LINK

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Guest: Asterix (1007 days ago)

I think your're obviously too overcome with manlove to have a rational opinion.Btw The appintment of that IRA supporter scum went down well with the general electorate

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I think your're obviously too overcome with manlove to have a rational opinion.Btw The appintment of that IRA supporter scum went down well with the general electorate

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Guest: Guesting (1007 days ago)

I am glad you are in a minority. Else that view would be self-fulfilling.

But Use arguments, not name calling.

Never ever declare someone who disagrees with you as irrational because s/he happens to disagree with you. Never.

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I am glad you are in a minority. Else that view would be self-fulfilling.

But Use arguments, not name calling.

Never ever declare someone who disagrees with you as irrational because s/he happens to disagree with you. Never.

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Guest: Asterix (1007 days ago)

Yes I'm part of that rather small but actually making up most of the country "minority" that mysteriously turns up and somehow manages to infuriate the "vocal majority", by voting in a bunch of outsiders every election.

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Yes I'm part of that rather small but actually making up most of the country "minority" that mysteriously turns up and somehow manages to infuriate the "vocal majority", by voting in a bunch of outsiders every election.

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Guest: Asterix (1007 days ago)

Oh and anyone who gushes "first outing at PMQs and he's already changed it forever",( peoples' questions have been read out before at PMQs. Its not new, it's a gimmick) ) about a politiciian is someone who needs to take a cold shower.... I haven't seen this amount of unrequited slushy manlove since Tony Bliar first burst on to the scene,(or Ed moribund became labour leader), and look what happened to them.

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Oh and anyone who gushes "first outing at PMQs and he's already changed it forever",( peoples' questions have been read out before at PMQs. Its not new, it's a gimmick) ) about a politiciian is someone who needs to take a cold shower.... I haven't seen this amount of unrequited slushy manlove since Tony Bliar first burst on to the scene,(or Ed moribund became labour leader), and look what happened to them.

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Guest: (1007 days ago)

Haha, Getafix's posts keep getting more and more homoerotic - "gushes" / "cold shower" / "unrequited slushy manlove" - calm it down Getafix, you'll be forever cleaning hot putrid spunk off your computer screen.

Ah, the image of it has scared my mind... Getafix doubled up, fleshlight affixed to his tiny todgy, boreme on his screen, mumbling to himself "oh yeah, another dirty progressive, oh yeah, slushy manlove, oh, oh... oh..."

MAKE IT STOP!

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Haha, Getafix's posts keep getting more and more homoerotic - "gushes" / "cold shower" / "unrequited slushy manlove" - calm it down Getafix, you'll be forever cleaning hot putrid spunk off your computer screen.

Ah, the image of it has scared my mind... Getafix doubled up, fleshlight affixed to his tiny todgy, boreme on his screen, mumbling to himself "oh yeah, another dirty progressive, oh yeah, slushy manlove, oh, oh... oh..."

MAKE IT STOP!

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Guest: Asterix (1007 days ago)

I didn't make the gushing mancrush on jeremy comment, Walterego did. Blame him, oh and learn to read

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I didn't make the gushing mancrush on jeremy comment, Walterego did. Blame him, oh and learn to read

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Guest: (1007 days ago)

fap fap fap... ooooh, Reagan...

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fap fap fap... ooooh, Reagan...

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Guest: Asterix (1007 days ago)

Thank you . Straight from logic of your average backward loony lefty 101, Example 1) not a loony left winger ?,....... answer 1) must be a wingnut.republican, !!!! . (And they wonder why Liberals/socialists are labelled as dumb by the rest of the world)

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Thank you . Straight from logic of your average backward loony lefty 101, Example 1) not a loony left winger ?,....... answer 1) must be a wingnut.republican, !!!! . (And they wonder why Liberals/socialists are labelled as dumb by the rest of the world)

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Guest: (1007 days ago)

fap fap fap... oh yeah... fap fap... liberal, fap... progressive, fap... pseud, fap... ooooh, oh... lefty rent boooy....

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fap fap fap... oh yeah... fap fap... liberal, fap... progressive, fap... pseud, fap... ooooh, oh... lefty rent boooy....

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Guest: Asterix (1007 days ago)

Thank you .Just about the intellectual level of the average "liberal" pseud.

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Thank you .Just about the intellectual level of the average "liberal" pseud.

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Guest: Asterix (1007 days ago)

Actually I forgot to mention at the beginning that the idea about having voters questions read out at question time in its modern version was actually put forward by Ed Miliband some time ago. It was dismissed as a gimmick at the time.But apparently for lefties having it suggested by the current leader makes him one of the greatest political innovators of all time, and worthy of unabashed manlove. Go figure.

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Actually I forgot to mention at the beginning that the idea about having voters questions read out at question time in its modern version was actually put forward by Ed Miliband some time ago. It was dismissed as a gimmick at the time.But apparently for lefties having it suggested by the current leader makes him one of the greatest political innovators of all time, and worthy of unabashed manlove. Go figure.

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Guest: (1007 days ago)

"Go figure" Please, please do this! Go figure out why no one cares about what you have to say. We read the papers. We know what's in them. We don't need some desperately lonely alzheimer's sufferer regurgitating what's in the papers plus added dumb. Go be dumb elsewhere.

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"Go figure" Please, please do this! Go figure out why no one cares about what you have to say. We read the papers. We know what's in them. We don't need some desperately lonely alzheimer's sufferer regurgitating what's in the papers plus added dumb. Go be dumb elsewhere.

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Guest: Asterix (1007 days ago)

Well obviously you care.

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Well obviously you care.

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Guest: (1006 days ago)
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Nope.

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Nope.

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Guest: LondonBoy (1008 days ago)

We need ALL MPs to be like him - but he cannot survive! The established Establishment, will not let him stay. Every type of media will report him in a bad light and he will be out of there faster than anyone can imagine. HE CANNOT STAY.

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We need ALL MPs to be like him - but he cannot survive! The established Establishment, will not let him stay. Every type of media will report him in a bad light and he will be out of there faster than anyone can imagine. HE CANNOT STAY.

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Guest: one more time (1007 days ago)

Strange of Corbyn to imply that the style of PMQ was Cameron's fault. Seems to me that it is the opposition leader that sets the style by asking whatever questions in whatever way he or she likes.

Having it as a radio phone-in is novel, but guess what, Corbyn didn't have to sacrifice anything, storm any barricade, overcome any obstacle whatever to make that change, so let's not blow it up into some fantastic gain made at enormous cost.

Heck, he didn't even have to think up the questions.

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Strange of Corbyn to imply that the style of PMQ was Cameron's fault. Seems to me that it is the opposition leader that sets the style by asking whatever questions in whatever way he or she likes.

Having it as a radio phone-in is novel, but guess what, Corbyn didn't have to sacrifice anything, storm any barricade, overcome any obstacle whatever to make that change, so let's not blow it up into some fantastic gain made at enormous cost.

Heck, he didn't even have to think up the questions.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (1007 days ago)

It sort of surprises me how the audience cheers or boos the speaker in the UK. In the USA, when someone in our congress is talking, nobody makes a sound.

Regarding what to do about having affordable housing because the landlords are charging high rent, buy your own home. You may need to get a mortgage and pay it in installments for 30 years but you can eventually own your own. If you want to avoid banks and mortgages, save up for 30 years while living with your parents or other family members and pay cash for it. Or is it not allowed to buy houses in the UK?

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It sort of surprises me how the audience cheers or boos the speaker in the UK. In the USA, when someone in our congress is talking, nobody makes a sound.

Regarding what to do about having affordable housing because the landlords are charging high rent, buy your own home. You may need to get a mortgage and pay it in installments for 30 years but you can eventually own your own. If you want to avoid banks and mortgages, save up for 30 years while living with your parents or other family members and pay cash for it. Or is it not allowed to buy houses in the UK?

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