Who would be the best leader for the Labour Party?

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What an eventful two weeks in politics!  We have voted to leave the EU, tomorrow we will have a new Prime Minister in Number 10, and next on the political agenda is a contest for a new leader of the Labour party.

Angela Eagle has said she can provide the leadership “in dark times for Labour” that Jeremy Corbyn cannot, as she launched her leadership challenge.

Ex-shadow business secretary Ms Eagle said she wanted to bring the party and the country “back together”.

Labour Party general secretary Iain McNicol said he had received enough nominations to trigger a contest.

Mr Corbyn has refused to step down since losing the support of most of his MPs in a vote of no confidence.

So what are your views?  If you could choose between the two of them, who would you vote for? Angela Eagle, Jeremy Corbyn or someone else?

Who would be the best leader for the Labour Party?

336 people have already voted, what's your opinion? Jeremy Corbyn Angela Eagle

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Barton babe
5th Aug 2016
1
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I cannot abide that Eagle woman, I can't see her as a leader of anything.
Carol6212
24th Jul 2016
1
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Jeremy IS leader with an overwhelming mandate.
Accept it!
Capricorn
19th Jul 2016
0
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Personally, I don't think either would be good Leaders. When Corbyn was elected Leader there was hope that he would bring the
Labour Party together.

He had a reputation for being in favour by the Unions but since then he has hardly led the Party or come up with any program on which
the Labour Party could gain popularity.

The Labour Party has little to offer and making it easy for the Conservatives to do as they please.
Mostranx
19th Jul 2016
0
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He is the right leader of the lp and should be the prime minister
BLU
19th Jul 2016
2
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This must be the only poll where Eagle beats Jezza!!!

Too many of them are in it for themselves & Eagles are ten a penny, but Jeremy Corby really cares about the people.
JohnHerb
19th Jul 2016
2
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Yes I have been watching this and most people seem to be voting for Jeremy on principle
DaveP007
18th Jul 2016
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The LP have lost all credibility over the last year and now it's own ruling body the NEC, changes its rules to allow Corbyn to stand without gaining the necessary support form its own MP's.

Add to that, he is not a suitable person for the job, openly stating that in the event that the country was attacked and nuclear weapons were involved, he would not retaliate in like. What is the point of having a leader that would not put the Country and it's Citizens first, before his own feelings. That is nothing but weakness and a total disregard for the population at large.
Lionel
18th Jul 2016
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Dave, the recognised duty of a Prime Minister, and indeed his cabinet, is to put the safety of the realm first. Whatever that requires it must be done. No matter the personal or national cost. Churchill well understood that.

If it comes to a stand off between us and, say, Russia, and Corbyn will not press the nuclear trigger... well, I'll leave that to you. i think you already have the answer.

Safety of the realm is the first, and most important duty, of a prime minister. All else is secondary.
celtwitch
16th Jul 2016
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The communist Corbynchev, or the sartorially challenged lesbian Eagle, hmmm, what a choice.
lindz64
16th Jul 2016
0
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Yes, no choice at all. I wouldn't give either of them houseroom!
steve263
16th Jul 2016
1
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I did not vote for Corbyn, but I am appalled by the parties treatment of him. Disgusted by Eagle and others. He has shown more restraint than I would have done that is for sure. It looks now like the party will split in two. That will be no good for the UK, and will leave the UK without an effective opposition to the Tories.
JohnHerb
19th Jul 2016
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I do agree as he was democratically elected. He seems a nice bloke but not a great leader or speaker
Nursek
2nd Sep 2016
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Have you heard him speak?. I have, he is a calm thoughtful man. I love his policies of a caring fair society, putting people and not billionaire big business first. He is no showman I admit that, just a decent caring genuine old fashioned politician. Of course the mainstream media will never show him in a good light, as it is them he is coming after when he becomes our first REAL Labour Priminister in decades
steve263
20th Jul 2016
1
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Several have mentioned the fact that JC would not vote for nuclear war. Would you? The world has moved on, and not to a good place. But the days of any country sending nuclear warheads over are long gone.

There is HUGE danger, but not that way. It will come from terrorists who sneak in, not submarines. Spend the money on our country, not on warheads that will never be used.
mummypea
15th Jul 2016
3
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I am behind Jeremy Corbyn all the way. I think the way he has been treated and spoken about is terrible. He has proved how strong he is by staying put which cannot have been easy. Now it looks like "them that be" are trying to stop ways to show official support for him. The rules are being made up as they go along to suit the circumstances as they arise to suit them.
CarolM
15th Jul 2016
3
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I rejoined the Labour Party because of Jeremy Corbyn and at 63 (and 'mobility impaired' I am sick of being labelled a thug ... because I'm not a neo Tory.
Silver Haze
15th Jul 2016
5
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I cannot understand this dislike of Jeremy Corbyn, he is level headed and straightforward, speaks a lot of sense and refuses to be swayed by the media etc, but sticks to his principles in the face of it all. We need more politicians like this, instead of the usual TV friendly PR coached types.
Bob Henson
15th Jul 2016
3
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Jeremy Corbyn would be preferable - thus ensuring that the Labour Party remains unelectable for some considerable time.
Josephchadwick66
15th Jul 2016
-4
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Neither they lack any kind of understand what the uk want or need both totally out of touch they only full of there own importance.
Eagle walks the walk but is a red in socialist clothing.
Corbyn doesn't know which side is up.
Robert2706
15th Jul 2016
-3
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I agree with caaland entirely.
caaland
15th Jul 2016
-3
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Not particularly like Angela but anything must be better than Corbyn
GrandmaPip
15th Jul 2016
-2
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I would prefer someone like Andy Burnham or Yvette Cooper rather than either of these. Andy Burnham could hypnotise Theresa May with his beautiful eyes.
JohnHerb
19th Jul 2016
0
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yes Andy may be good looking but does that make him a leader? Look at Churchill...not a looker but what a leader!
Wilf
15th Jul 2016
-4
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Think Yvette Cooper could be good-she has had lots of experience
Facelift
15th Jul 2016
8
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We have known Jeremy Corbyn for many years. Our Jeremy is a gem, he is honest, fair, knowledgeable, responsible, he is a relaxed politician who knows how to tell the TRUTH. Our Jeremy does not need to shout; he is not aggressive, he helps people...he does not help himself in detriment of others... Jeremy is the best human being in this planet... Who needs aggressive loud men and women..!!?? Nobody needs power seeking politicians. Those aggressive politician suit the opposition who divide to conquer... The Colonial era is over..!! Now we need peace, dialogue, unity, consideration, generosity and all that Jeremy Corbyn has to offer. We need our Jeremy at the top. We are going to elect Jeremy Corbyn as our Prime Minister... Do not have doubts about the power of Democracy... Democracy is a Citizens' Right that the tories no longer practice..!!!
georgiascott
15th Jul 2016
0
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Eagle talks more like a gossipy teenager than an MP.Dont mean to insult teenagers as they probably wont be as petty as she is.
winky
15th Jul 2016
3
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What is getting me more disenfranchised with all this leave the EU is nothing seems to be happening ,I realise we have to implement this article 50 clap trap before things can really start .but the other aspect is these rubbish demo's for another vote is just sheer pathetic and I did not believe we British could lower ourselves to stoop so low is beyond my comprehension just grow up !
Wilf
15th Jul 2016
4
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We will not have another vote. Theresa May has already said no and she is getting on with the job of Brexit with the new team
wpshark
13th Jul 2016
0
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Our country is in a crisis politically speaking! Labour is a mess and faces a split. They had the greatest opportunity to elect a decent leader years ago but what did they do? Ed Milliband!!! Holy Moly!!!! Then Corbyn......could it get worse? Yes.....Eagle. PLEASE get your act together. We need a decent opposition and if you cant do the job get out. The Tories have missed the point and have enriched the elite at the expense of the poor. Our great hope, Nigel has gone and what do we mere mortals now have to fight for us?Teresa May? I doubt it.
Wilf
13th Jul 2016
4
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You are absolutely right here. Its a worry for democracy that we do not have a strong opposition. Its weak and divided. Labour need to get their act together and fast. Milliband was like a wet haddock-useless and a champagne socialist. Corbyn is starting to show his mettle. Quiet but he has got guts defying his MPs. Be interesting to see how Labour plays out
Lionel
13th Jul 2016
-1
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I doubt it too shark. May is a Westminster elite, in practice a Blairite. She will sell Britain down the river, probably the Rhine and maybe the Seine as well.

I've suggested a couple of times on SS we need to clear out the Westminster Bubble, sever the top this of Civil Servants and start again.

What do you think?
April23
15th Jul 2016
2
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Very True Lionel I am 52 so just about remember 70 -80`s politics and we had a split but now we have a more PURPOSFUL reason to change. I listen to May s speech when she too k over as PM and it was too Similar to Thatcher s . In my opinion the Tories are weaker than they were back then. We need a peacful split and male it more about regionsin our great land.
Lionel
15th Jul 2016
1
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I feel we should be grateful we at least have a government! There's been a vacuum of decision making since Cameron announced he was quitting. What with Putin lining up nuclear forces on his western border, ISIS on the rampage once again, Brexit looming ... these are very dangerous times to have this ship with no one at the helm.

April, I also feel, and have said on SS, our two party system just isn't equipped to deal with an independent twenty first century Britain. I can barely remember a time when we had an effective opposition in Labour.

Neither, I feel, do either of the two parties represent the views and life styles of people like you and I. So, some form of regionalism would be worth looking at. If Tory moderates would combine with Labour moderates to form a third party, or perhaps enhance UKIP - their 2015 manifesto was pretty smart - a third force in the Commons, then the sitting Tories would have real opposition and we just might have some original thinking from this new party!

As far as May is concerned, yes, she's so very Thatcher - not my favourite politician. I can't see May working for the good of people like you and I, no, but for the good of banks and big corporations, so no change from Thatcher, Major, Blair and Cameron.

If we have any blood left, they'll find a home for it in a corporate blood bank.
Jo Kingham
13th Jul 2016
1
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I'd like Angela Eagle but to be honest am getting a tad fed up with it all. The good news about all the goings on is the younger generation seem more interested in politics than ever before which can't be a bad thing. It may encourage them to actually vote next time in the interests of their own futures instead of blaming us older people for ruining everything for them.
Lionel
13th Jul 2016
3
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Jo, I too am getting rather full of politics now. Too much information for too long!

As for the younger people, I too am delighted to see that are beginning to engage with their own futures. It's about time! But I can't see they'll stop whinging about we oldies ruining their lives anytime soon. We do live in a blame culture after all.
Baxi
13th Jul 2016
1
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Jo, I agree with you on all fronts. We've just got to get on with it now.
thefilthycripple
12th Jul 2016
-2
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Neither of those on the basis of the lesser evil ,I would opt for Hilary Benn a conviction politician
Wilf
12th Jul 2016
-3
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Yes I agree with you or Dan Jarvis. I think that Hilary Benn comes across as a really decent chap and has a lot of experience plus that gained from his late father
Roof Top Crow
12th Jul 2016
1
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UKIP is a long way of piste, but I always respond to Lionel.

UKIP are about to have their own election contest. Eight people are standing, the person that seems to be the most likely victim is Steven Woolfe MEP.
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Never heard of him. A quick Google does not give me a lot more information, so maybe information does not exist.

As far as I know he has not said "As a mum", so that is one hurdle he does not have to overcome.
Wilf
12th Jul 2016
-2
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It will be interesting to see what UKIP do now Farage has gone as he was a character
JohnHerb
19th Jul 2016
0
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he was a windbag!!!
Lionel
12th Jul 2016
0
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Well said, Roof Top. I agree and am laughing. A little more humour in our exchanges would be fruitful I'm sure.

By the way, I'm not a Ukip supporter!
Lionel
12th Jul 2016
1
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I realise this is a little off piste, but an article in the online Telegraph a couple of days after the Referendum gave a little insight into the state of Westminster politics.

It suggested a chunk of disaffected Tory MP's might get alongside disaffected moderates in the Labour Party and form a third, middle ground Party, more representative of the mood of the country at the moment, and therefore very electable at the next General Election. No suggestions were made for the leadership.

In the light of todays news that upwards of three hundred Tory members and voters have signed up with Ukip - disaffected Tories - I wonder if the dear old Telegraph might not just be right?
Lionel
12th Jul 2016
2
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None of the above. It's the same tired old front bench faces, lukewarm, predictable and very establishment.

Is it a time for a revision in our political class, and the way we do politics.

Almost everyone in the Commons has a had political career with the safety net of the now EU as a backdrop. Politics has been done whilst being referenced - or perhaps ossified - by Brussels. Having voted Brexit we must build a stronger, more cohesive nation to face the rigours of world trade and diplomacy. The old ways just won't prosper us.

We must keep a few of the more sage politicos, but front line people need to be younger, far more committed to this country and furthering it interests on every front.

Roof Top, I think Dan Jarvis would be a good leader of the Opposition, but you're quite right, not at the moment. Umunna? No, don't think so. Good back bencher though!
Wilf
12th Jul 2016
1
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I agree Lionel-Dan Jarvis seems to me the best bet. he has actually "had a life" outside of politics and is not a career politician like Milliband was so he knows about ordinary folk and what we need. People like Milliband and now Blair are "champagne Socialists"-multi millionaires who think everyone should be equal?? Animal Farm comes to mind!
Lionel
12th Jul 2016
1
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Ha! Ha! Yes, Animal Farm indeed, and an excellent prophetic book,
Joan Fraser
12th Jul 2016
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I am a bit "politicked out', and not as dedicated to Labour these days (thanks to Tony Blair et al) ....... however, there is very little about Jeremy Corbyn and his stated beliefs for the future of UK that I find fault with. He seems genuine, he answers questions (unlike many others), and by Jove he is showing those who turned against him that he is tenacious
Roof Top Crow
12th Jul 2016
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Dan Jarvis and Chuka Umunna were both clever enough to keep their names away from the Leadership contest in August 2015. I think they will do the same this time.
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Wilf
12th Jul 2016
1
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Yes you are probably right Both are young guys and maybe want to wait to see how this all plays out first and then make a move in a few years time when it has all distilled out
Wilf
12th Jul 2016
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Neither. Labour need a decent leader. What about Dan Jarvis. He was in the Parachute Regiment is only 43 and the type of leader we need.
Henry5
12th Jul 2016
6
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Corbyn was voted in by the rank and file of Labour. His is democratically elected. He should stay
Lionel
12th Jul 2016
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Henry, Corbyn leads Her Majesty's Opposition. Since he took office there was been little opposition, but much to oppose.

Right now we don't have a Shadow Cabinet, the PLP won't work with him, for whatever reason, so at what is the most difficult time in seventy years we can have no true consensus in government.

He's got to go!
Roof Top Crow
12th Jul 2016
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As much as it goes against the grain to agree with Lionel. On this
occasion I have to agree with him.
Lionel
12th Jul 2016
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Be careful with the grain, Roof Top, it can give a hang over.
Munsterlander
12th Jul 2016
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I think it would be Angela. Jeremy is a good bloke and a decent bloke as well but the fact is he just does not come across as a leader. He is to timid. She seems to be a breath of fresh air and would be a fresh start for Labour

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