January 2021 UK Politics Thread - sunlit uplands are here

https://twitter.com/danbloom1/status/1355132044481859591

https://twitter.com/jessbrammar/status/1355152748073922561
https://twitter.com/jessbrammar/status/1355154037293912068

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Surprised the Tories bothered to cancel their review of workers’ rights. They can do whatever the fuck they want.

They’ll get a big bump this week from the vaccination stuff with the EU. Wouldn’t be surprised if they go up another 3 points.

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Edit: never mind

Let’s see if any other sites, papers or TV channels report on this one this time…

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The term vaccine nationalism is kind of overused already but it is pretty clear Boris has managed to link vaccine rollout to English nationalism extremely successfully. The EU definitely helped there, but just making out his rollout is better than the other home nations and anyone who criticises it is a remoaner traitor has done the trick. Whether that bottom feeding strategy is strong enough to drown out 130k deaths or however many we’ll end up with by the Summer is a different prospect, but… yeah, probably is sadly.

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That rolling descent into fascism thread became redundant so quickly, huh

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Well, what do you know…

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Feb?

Miniature flags for some, miniature flags for others

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Did a little throw up in my mouth when I saw this.

very clear that Labour has a mountain to climb to win in 2024 but is on the right path

at least 3 more years of this shit :sob:

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This definitely won’t backfire

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just flagged this post as a little joke

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And another 8 of Tory rule at this rate :upside_down_face:

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Fresh fread for February

@moderators to close this one pls

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Really is amazing how internal machinations to create a coup on the Labour left and the starmer months following have very much snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.

Labour abandoning London, effectively, is the most gobsmacking decision

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