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3 minutes ago, banjodeano said:

I vote for who i think represents me the best, if other people dont agree then that is their prerogative. let them vote for who they want.

If my party doesnt get elected, then so be it, but i will not change to another party just to get on the winning side

EDIT, and it is up to the people who are suffering to work out what the problem is

you have to be in power to make changes. Pushing for policies and personnel that just match your agenda 100% is selfish imo. Changing the country for the better takes more than stomping around in a committee room in the back of a pub with activist mates.

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2 hours ago, woodview said:

you have to be in power to make changes. Pushing for policies and personnel that just match your agenda 100% is selfish imo. Changing the country for the better takes more than stomping around in a committee room in the back of a pub with activist mates.

what have you actually done to make changes for the better?

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On February 9, 2019 at 16:35, banjodeano said:

what have you actually done to make changes for the better?

I'm not surprised you've yet to get a reply banjo, the Tories are a disgrace.

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7 minutes ago, Mister Gee said:

I'm not surprised you've yet to get a reply banjo, the Tories are a disgrace.

hahaha....i cant work out how its Corbyns fault tho, 

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2 minutes ago, banjodeano said:

hahaha....i cant work out how its Corbyns fault tho, 

You'll probably find out in the morning when SF's posters at Tory HQ are back on here!

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I did notice the daily mail was preparing a hatchet job saint Jez. I suspect it will be heavy on supposition, light on facts, and lots of pictures of him wearing his socialist hat!

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On 09/02/2019 at 14:38, woodview said:

you have to be in power to make changes. Pushing for policies and personnel that just match your agenda 100% is selfish imo. Changing the country for the better takes more than stomping around in a committee room in the back of a pub with activist mates.

Changing the country for the better also means putting the whole country first, not just placating the right wing of the Tory party.

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9 minutes ago, tinfoilhat said:

I did notice the daily mail was preparing a hatchet job saint Jez. I suspect it will be heavy on supposition, light on facts, and lots of pictures of him wearing his socialist hat!

It is completely irrelevant what the article contains as it will be the usual recycled rubbish.

 

What is more important is why they are doing it now. My suspician is that they were fooled by the talk last week of a 'new' New Labour Party being formed and jumped the gun. 😂😂😂 

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May and Corbyn are probably the worst two leaders of the Tory and Labour  outfits since Dinosaurs roamed the planet.

 

Angel1.

 

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9 hours ago, Longcol said:

Changing the country for the better also means putting the whole country first, not just placating the right wing of the Tory party.

That's right

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2 hours ago, ANGELFIRE1 said:

May and Corbyn are probably the worst two leaders of the Tory and Labour  outfits since Dinosaurs roamed the planet.

 

Angel1.

 

I think David Cameron is not very far behind Theresa May. 

Although I have no affinity with her policies, or the fact that in spite of her cant about 'burning injustices', she is content to stand by the cruel policies of Iain Duncan Smith & Esther McVey. She does have the redeeming quality in that she's not David Cameron, who settled a row in his party by calling a referendum, then ****ed off out of it when he didn't get his own way.

He will be haunted by Brexit, just like Blair is haunted by Iraq.

Edited by Mister M

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40 minutes ago, Mister M said:

I think David Cameron is not very far behind Theresa May. 

Although I have no affinity with her policies, or the fact that in spite of her cant about 'burning injustices', she is content to stand by the cruel policies of Iain Duncan Smith & Esther McVey. She does have the redeeming quality in that she's not David Cameron, who settled a row in his party by calling a referendum, then ****ed off out of it when he didn't get his own way.

He will be haunted by Brexit, just like Blair is haunted by Iraq.

Aye, I have medical reasons that would make any one hate the Conservatives. Been disabled and chased by this Government is beyond the pale.

 

Angel1.

Just now, ANGELFIRE1 said:

Aye, I have medical reasons that would make any one hate the Conservatives behavior. Been disabled and chased by this Government is beyond the pale.

 

Angel1.

 

Just now, ANGELFIRE1 said:

 

 

 

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