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Jared Omara MP ..

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We understand that this is an emotive subject, and discussing the facts is totally fine.
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Jared is local to us, and could well be a member of the forum, we dont allow name calling and insults on other threads and they arent acceptable on this one either.

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He’s an ex Labour politician and a far left Momentum backed one at that. Y’know, the party who are supposed to be all about representing the workers. Given that he appears to be treating his workforce like **** and has form as a poor employer and a homophobic misogynist to boot, his position is untenable. He has no respect for his constituents.

 

I hate to say it, but there’s a bit of poetic justice here. Nick Clegg is a good man and was a decent MP and the Lib Dems did the right and honourable thing by going into coalition with the largest party, he didn’t deserve the punishment he got at the ballot box, but I suspect in O’Mara his constituents may well have got the MP they deserved.

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8 minutes ago, GingerR said:

Nick Clegg is a good man and was a decent MP and the Lib Dems did the right and honourable thing by going into coalition with the largest party, he didn’t deserve the punishment he got at the ballot box, 

Try telling that to the thousands of people in Sheffield who suffered and are still suffering from George Osborne's austerity measures made possible by Clegg. 😡 

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5 minutes ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Try telling that to the thousands of people in Sheffield who suffered and are still suffering from George Osborne's austerity measures made possible by Clegg. 😡 

You might not have wanted it but more wanted austerity than didn’t and that’s the way democracy works. Besides, I was under the impression austerity was a bit of a myth and the Tories have actually outspent Labour.

 

Personally I think benefit reform has been reasonable and has created a better society by ending benefits as a lifestyle choice which was hugely destructive.

 

The last Labour government ignored the working classes that actually, er, worked in favour of giving lots of money to people who didn’t work or contribute at all, frequently on spurious grounds for dubious health claims, really, you can see just why O’Mara is such a fan.

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1 hour ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Try telling that to the thousands of people in Sheffield who suffered and are still suffering from George Osborne's austerity measures made possible by Clegg. 😡 

Or tell it to the thousands who pay no tax below £11,500, get universal free nursery care from the age of 3, get free school lunches in primary school, and drive around on newly resurfaced roads.

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53 minutes ago, GingerR said:

You might not have wanted it but more wanted austerity than didn’t and that’s the way democracy works. Besides, I was under the impression austerity was a bit of a myth and the Tories have actually outspent Labour.

 

Personally I think benefit reform has been reasonable and has created a better society by ending benefits as a lifestyle choice which was hugely destructive.

 

The last Labour government ignored the working classes that actually, er, worked in favour of giving lots of money to people who didn’t work or contribute at all, frequently on spurious grounds for dubious health claims, really, you can see just why O’Mara is such a fan.

So a huge increase in the use of food banks and more people living on the streets has created a better society?

 

 

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22 hours ago, Mister Gee said:

So a huge increase in the use of food banks and more people living on the streets has created a better society?

 

 

A huge increase in the use of food banks due to the huge increase in their availability and publicity. In reality, "austerity" took benefits back to those Dickensian times of the early to mid noughties.

 

More people living in the street? Fact check: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homelessness_in_England

 

See graph at the top. 

 

 

Also for your future question on figures since 2014, which mods keep deleting my response to, please see the link below to cover up to 2017, which still had lower homelessness levels than 2008 and over half the amount in 2003 (when Labour were in government).

 

https://fullfact.org/economy/homelessness-england/?amp=1

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Does anyone know the reason  why  the boy wonder has to get all new staff ?

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I think a constituent would be entitled to ask that very question.

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13 minutes ago, hackey lad said:

Does anyone know the reason  why  the boy wonder has to get all new staff ?

Yeah, he sacked the last lot apparently.

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5 minutes ago, Bash Street said:

Yeah, he sacked the last lot apparently.

We know that  but why ?

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Just now, hackey lad said:

We know that  but why ?

Sorry, I haven't got a clue.

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