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19 minutes ago, Ewood Ace said:

The Workers Party of Britain.

George Galloway is part of the party. 

Just read the party 10 point plan. 

I disagree with the party first point of its 10 point plan of withdrawing from NATO.

The second point. Profits have tom come first for any businesses to survive and thats people has a family and business to support. 

Third point. what cheap and affordable?

4th point. How do you pay for it including university education?

5th point. How are funding it, where are thousands of doctors coming from provide no waiting list?

 

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Thought I would offer an insight into the School Meal Voucher scheme being used to provide vouchers to those parents and children that need it desperately.  The scheme is provided by Edenred a co

This sermon is brought to you by the Daily Mail. Victim-blaming repugnant nonsense. 

You need to completely change your perspective. Do you think they don’t realise how dangerous is?  They don’t have other options. Of course it’s dangerous but the alternative, for most, is l

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Voting isn’t something you do to feel good about yourself.

I will never understand those on the left who won’t rally around the opposition party to the worst, most destructive & right-wing government in living history.

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1 minute ago, Silas said:

Ah but Angela Rayner - single mum at 16 from Stockport who left school without any qualifications and fought her way to the top is “just an opportunist”.

Kier Starmer, son of a nurse and factory worker, lifelong campaigner for socialism who worked his way to the top, world renowned human rights lawyer - “just another Tory”.


”They’re all the same”

They ain’t.

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6 minutes ago, Silas said:

Trouble is, people like Mark Jenkinson who last week made comments about working class people using food vouchers for drugs is about as working class as you can get but still backs tory policy without question. 

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3 hours ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

I'm within an ace of giving up on the Labour party after a lifetime of unswerving support. As the Tories have moved the pollical landscape to the right over the years and the Labour Party have followed them. Expel Corbyn and that'll be the final straw and me done with them. It's just a political lynching.

1 hour ago, den said:

Starmer is dead right accepting the recommendations of the inquiry. It’s the only way he and the party can move forwards.

And there you have it. The Labour Party is probably going to break apart over this. It will take years for the divisions to settle down, by which time the bit which is still electable will probably sit somewhere close to Cameron's coalition on the left-right spectrum. 

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3 minutes ago, RoverDom said:

Trouble is, people like Mark Jenkinson who last week made comments about working class people using food vouchers for drugs is about as working class as you can get but still backs tory policy without question. 

There’s many a working class person raised wrong.

Empathy and kindness isn’t dished out at Burnley maternity ward unfortunately.

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Just now, Ben Frost said:

And there you have it. The Labour Party is probably going to break apart over this. It will take years for the divisions to settle down, by which time the bit which is still electable will probably sit somewhere close to Cameron's coalition on the left-right spectrum. 

A utopia compared to what this country will be in five years.

Get elected. We should argue about the finer details when we can actually do something about it.

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9 minutes ago, Silas said:

I hope they prove you right.

I'm not holding my breath.

If you haven’t been (or won’t be) personally affected by the cruelty of this decade plus of Tory government then I believe the phrase is “check your privilege”.

You shouldn’t vote for yourself and for your “beliefs”, you should vote to make the country better than it is currently.

There’s hungry kids tonight that need this government out. And there’ll be more in four years time.

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42 minutes ago, Ben Frost said:

And there you have it. The Labour Party is probably going to break apart over this. It will take years for the divisions to settle down, by which time the bit which is still electable will probably sit somewhere close to Cameron's coalition on the left-right spectrum. 

Don’t you go thinking I’m representative of the Labour Party. 
 

It’s like saying a difference between our two Tory reps on here - Chaddy and Gav - is proof the Tory party is in dire straits.
 

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8 minutes ago, S8 & Blue said:

You don’t vote for your conscience, you vote to make the country better than it is currently.

I didn't vote last time because of my conscience. It wouldn't allow me to put my stamp of approval on any of that sorry bunch.

So yes I did think "they're all the same".

Like I say, hope they prove you right,  then I'll potentially have a credible option to go for. 

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25 minutes ago, Silas said:

I didn't vote last time because of my conscience. It wouldn't allow me to put my stamp of approval on any of that sorry bunch.

So yes I did think "they're all the same".

Like I say, hope they prove you right,  then I'll potentially have a credible option to go for. 

There’ll certainly be an option.

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17 minutes ago, chaddyrovers said:

I am. I know which party represents my views and beliefs. 

Regardless, this current Tory government isn’t conservative in any sense of the world. 
 

There’s not a true word between them. Little respect for the rule of law. It’s rife with corruption and scandal. No way to run a country. 

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22 minutes ago, chaddyrovers said:

I am. I know which party represents my views and beliefs. 

This isn't a sensible centre right Conservative party, the party of Clarke, Gauke and Grieve, it's a nasty, divisive English nationalist party,  Ukip under another flag. As a government it is corrupt and incompetent. 

If you're saying they reflect your views then you need to take a long, hard look at yourself. 

 

 

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Question Time tonight laid bare the report into anti-Semitism, if any Labour Party supporter can hold their head up high after the first 10 minutes of QT tonight,  you’re in the wrong party.

Best QT I’ve seen since Nick Griffin was given a platform and subsequently destroyed by the panel. 

Bonnie Greer I salute you. 

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10 minutes ago, Gav said:

Question Time tonight laid bare the report into anti-Semitism, if any Labour Party supporter can hold their head up high after the first 10 minutes of QT tonight,  you’re in the wrong party.

Best QT I’ve seen since Nick Griffin was given a platform and subsequently destroyed by the panel. 

Bonnie Greer I salute you. 

Who was on panel at Question time?

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10 minutes ago, chaddyrovers said:

Who was on panel at Question time?

Chris Philp MP, Nick Thomas-Symonds MP, Anthony Scaramucci (former Trump aid, lasted 11 days) , Marie van der Zyl (President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews) and Bonnie Greer.

 

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I normally switch QT off because the quality of the panel and the audience has got worse and worse, and Fiona Bruce is so annoying

However, last night was the best for a while, mainly because of the 2 Americans on the panel who spoke so well, especially the Republican Scaramucci who turned against Trump. American politicians make ours look like amateurs.  

Labour representative Thomas-Symonds was excellent, no attempt to gloss over the report or the failures of the previous leadership.

The Tory was pathetic and put in his place firmly by Greer. 

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2 hours ago, jim mk2 said:

This isn't a sensible centre right Conservative party, the party of Clarke, Gauke and Grieve, it's a nasty, divisive English nationalist party,  Ukip under another flag. As a government it is corrupt and incompetent. 

If you're saying they reflect your views then you need to take a long, hard look at yourself. 

 

 

Thanks Jim but Clarke, Guake and Grieve didnt represent post Brexit what I wanted from the Conservative party. We voted to leave the EU and I'm glad we did. Already posted in past posts(ages ago)why I voted to EU so wont go over it again and again

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