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A Lambeth councillor has been allowed back into the Labour Party following a controversial email sting operation that left him excluded from the party for the last four months. Kingsley Abrams, a veteran Labour councillor in the South London borough, was first accused of leaking confidential papers to a south London newspaper …

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  1. Tigra 07
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    Vote anyone but NuLiebour

    "NuLabour's statement appears to be an attempt to re-write history"

    Doing what they do best, lying

    How can any decent person believe anything they say?

  2. Ian Stephenson
    Headmaster

    ... the local right-wing NuLabour party....

    lefties shurely?

    1. Simon Dax

      ... the local right-wing NuLabour party....

      Nah.

      Kingsley Abrams is the leftie which is why the nu-labour twonks hate him so much.

    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Nah2

      I made the mistake of trying the Tony Blaire voice option on my SatNav, but it then told me to turn right at every road junction.

  3. Bogloper
    FAIL

    Oppose nu-labour. Get crucified.

    One of our local labour bods reckons the whole thing started because of his opposition to lambeth living.

    http://doverwatch.blogspot.com/2010/08/simply-bad-management.html

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Why?

    Why does it seem that all parties are against him?

    Simple really. Nobody in politics likes a mole because they're all up to no good. So everybody is nervous that the mole might leak their little improprieties.

    Remember in politics if somebody leaks information that furthers your cause then they are a whistleblower and a force for good. If, however, they leak information that hinders your cause then they are a mole and a force for evil.

  5. Ted Treen
    Big Brother

    Unsurprising...

    "...Labour's statement appears to be an attempt to re-write history..."

    plus ça change,

    Leopards and spots,

    and a million other apposite aphorisms...

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