catrin l asked in News & EventsCurrent Events · 3 months ago

Should the Labour Party abstain in the vote on Tiers on Tuesday, and let the government get on with it?

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  • gerald
    Lv 7
    3 months ago
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    Labour have been destroyed they have no confidence the constant battering has made them scared of their own shadows , siding with this lot even in a pandemic has proved the Labour are no better and havent a clue , this country has destroyed itself its as simple as that , its self inflicted with no way out like Brexit it is a certainty to be codge modged at the last minute always was as the conscequences of a no deal are dire you  barmy supporters will axcept it like little lambs Dianne the high and mighty supporter with properties and businesses all over the place sits at home scrounging pennies in lock down and i told her so. That it would be crap for us all and it is 

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    Kier Starmer is a dignity-free prostitute of the Jew.

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    They should approve the tiers in principle because, despite what some Tory MPs claim, hospitals and their staff could otherwise be overwhelmed. My cousin is a hospital doctor who went through hell and caught COVID during the first wave. Medical workers like her don't deserve to be put through that again.

    What Labour should do is amend the teirs, like the whole of Lincolnshire being in tier 3 when the large areas of the county have relatively few COVID cases, if they cannot be justified.

  • JASON
    Lv 6
    3 months ago

    They should oppose in the vote. The government is constantly being asked for any proof that their proposals are actually doing any good, and they are just ignoring these requests because they know they're just making them up based on bad science and over the top modelling.

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  • 3 months ago

    NO!!!

    Although Labour is the opposition party they still have the right to their opinion and all MOs are legally entitled to vote.

    In respect of Tuesdays vote it is likely to be some of the labour MPs who will carry the vote because some Tory MPs intend to rebel.

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