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Jacob Rees-Mogg - Shambles or mess?

Jacob Rees-Mogg - Shambles or mess?

(1:23) Conservative politician Jacob Rees-Mogg and journalist Jon Snow clash over whether the election result was a disaster for the country.

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Maxwell1956 Maxwell1956 (92 days ago)

The U.K. Labour Party policies...are what the voters of the U.K. want. Free Market Monetorism has not delivered any prosperity to 90% of the citizens of the U.K for at least 35 years. This Canadian feels the same way...Monetorism is a sham. The concentration of the corporate owned media in Canada keep printing the same lies. It's only a matter of time here in Canada. Read John Millers 1999 book," Yesterdays News - Why Canada's Daily Newspapers Are Failing Us" Fernwood Publishing.

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The U.K. Labour Party policies...are what the voters of the U.K. want. Free Market Monetorism has not delivered any prosperity to 90% of the citizens of the U.K for at least 35 years. This Canadian feels the same way...Monetorism is a sham. The concentration of the corporate owned media in Canada keep printing the same lies. It's only a matter of time here in Canada. Read John Millers 1999 book," Yesterdays News - Why Canada's Daily Newspapers Are Failing Us" Fernwood Publishing.

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Guest: (91 days ago)

40% don't speak for the whole Country, basic democracy, oh but you're a socialist so your basic maths and thinking are somewhat muddled

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40% don't speak for the whole Country, basic democracy, oh but you're a socialist so your basic maths and thinking are somewhat muddled

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Guest: (91 days ago)

Dumb labels, your label must be privileged toryboy then I guess.

Face it, if labour had got a leader stronger than old Corbyn they would have wiped the floor with the Maybot and they would be in power today. It aint' their policies that stopped them winning. That basic democracy you talk about just robbed your leader of more seats and gave it to the socialists. Boom.

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Dumb labels, your label must be privileged toryboy then I guess.

Face it, if labour had got a leader stronger than old Corbyn they would have wiped the floor with the Maybot and they would be in power today. It aint' their policies that stopped them winning. That basic democracy you talk about just robbed your leader of more seats and gave it to the socialists. Boom.

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I used to respect this guy and now what. He's forced into playing apologetics for one of the worst political decisions the party has made in decades.

And what can he say about it? Nothing, he just twitters on pedantically about the original definition of the word 'shambles' and whether that's too strong a word. Rubbish.

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I used to respect this guy and now what. He's forced into playing apologetics for one of the worst political decisions the party has made in decades.

And what can he say about it? Nothing, he just twitters on pedantically about the original definition of the word 'shambles' and whether that's too strong a word. Rubbish.

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