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Geoff Hoon and Patricia Hewitt are doing the right thing by the Labour Party. Although it is probably too late to prevent a defeat at the general election, a new leader might at least save his the party from annihilation. But this has been demonstrably true for at least 18 months. Labour MPs are suffering from cowardice, not stupidity. They can see perfectly well what needs to be done, but they can’t bring themselves to do it: “If the assassination could trammel up the consequence,ghd sale, and catch with his surcease success…”
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So far, Labour has followed the script to the letter.
Still, who’d have thought it of Hoon,http://www.cocobagscoachoutletstore.com, eh? I’ve remarked before that, while female Labour MPs have behaved like ,coach, the vacas bravas, their male colleagues have . Hoon is the first male Labour MP since James Purnell to display an element of manliness. I hope,hogan rebel, at any rate,burberry, that he is acting in what he sees as the national interest,cheap ghd, rather than simply out of pique at being displaced by Baroness Ashton as Labour’s nominee to the European Commission.