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  1. And all the Tories, who are joining again, to ensure that Labour remain in the political wilderness for at least the next 10 years.
  2. You could also argue that public sector workers are paid from the taxation of everyone else. i do agree with you regarding Dennis though, a rare breed of politician, an honest one.
  3. For once we agree on something. Corbyn did indeed galvanise the electorate to turn out... and vote against him.
  4. Could you tell me who started the privatisation of Hinchingbrooke Hospital please?
  5. Well the drivers could always go on 'strike' like these guys did in Japan. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-44022004 They continued to drive routes and pick up passengers, but refused to collect fares.
  6. Sadly, I fear that if this happens it will be the end of Labour as a political force in this country., if they aren't already that is.
  7. At least she won't be on Strictly next year... not with her 2 left feet.
  8. What next for Labour? The piublic has soundly rejected Comrade Corbyn and his policies, Will a more moderate leader be elected, bringing Labour back to the centre ground? Will the party split, with a momentum / hard left party and a more centrist one? Are they going to be in the wilderness for decades to come? We need a strong oppostion to (try to) keep Boris honest (I know) The Lib Dems are a spent force, we need a strong Labour party.
  9. Oh dear, never mind, she can always apply here. https://www.gov.uk/apply-universal-credit how long ago did she claim she could be our next PM.
  10. Can't believe the result in Blyth Valley. Labour in the wilderness for the next decade
  11. I'd say not. If you read the Full Fact report, it says " Labour today released figures that they said showed that costs to the average family had risen by almost £6,000 since 2010, while Labour policies would save the average family £6,700. Very few of these figures represent what “average families” will save under Labour’s policies, or how much more those families have had to pay under the Conservatives. More than three quarters of the supposed “savings” come from just two large costs, rail season tickets and childcare, neither of which comes close to reflecting what an average family actually pays. In England, two fifths of families don’t pay anything for childcare; only 5% of people use a train more than three times a week."
  12. Newsnight were in Wakefield last night, and interviewed several people, who had voted Labour all their life. A lot said they'd be voting Tory. One chap even said that his parents would be turning in their graves if he voted Tory, but for the first time in his life he felt he had to.
  13. The Labour party claims that its policies will save the average family £6700 per year https://www.theweek.co.uk/104691/general-election-2019-latest-labour-government-would-save-families-6700-a-year However, it would appear that they've let Diane Abbott loose with the calculator again. https://fullfact.org/election-2019/labour-claims-about-savings-under-their-policies-are-not-credible/ 'This figure is not credible and does not represent what an average family would save."
  14. I don't care if he watches it or not, just the fact he's been caught out in a lie, again.
  15. So, does Jezza know what time the Queens speech is on? was he lying about watching it? is it just media bias? https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/12/watch-jeremy-corbyns-queens-speech-blunder/
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