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General Election 10:43 - Apr 18 with 7720 viewsCountyJim

About to be called if rumours are to be believed
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General Election on 18:21 - Apr 18 with 404 viewsEbo

General Election on 18:17 - Apr 18 by blueytheblue

Did you even bother reading?

You gave a link citing the IMPLEMENTATION. I pointed out the CONCEPT had been determined by the Beveridge report.

Which was the IDEA? Oh yeah, the CONCEPT.

Jesus H Corbyn...


Wikipedia mun FFS what next? Viz?

Thank you, goodnight and bollocks

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General Election on 18:25 - Apr 18 with 396 viewsblueytheblue

General Election on 18:21 - Apr 18 by Ebo

Wikipedia mun FFS what next? Viz?


Irony is I tend to agree with you - certain topics, vandalism is endemic.

Sadly for you, plenty of documentation about the Beveridge report exists - if you can find any vandalism on the NHS wiki, then feel free to correct. Except in this instance, you can't...

Labour implemented the NHS. The idea was in the Beveridge report - which Labour adopted.

Labour's only great achievement wasn't even their own idea...

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General Election on 18:25 - Apr 18 with 396 viewsWarwickHunt

General Election on 18:15 - Apr 18 by Ebo

They all have, they just do not want a leftist party end of.


They're all on the left, just not the unelectable loony left.

Gary Glitter has more chance of being elected than Corbyn and that's got fûck all to do with Murdoch or anyone else (other than Corbyn...).
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General Election on 18:27 - Apr 18 with 392 viewsNeath_Jack

General Election on 15:45 - Apr 18 by Darran

Well there's no opposition because of people like you John,you're so fûcking thick you can't see it.


Anyone that opposes Tory (working class Welsh families), that doesn't vote labour in this election will be the biggest c*nts going.

Plaid, Lib Dems, Greens, none of them have any sort of chance of winning, so if people are serious about getting shot of the Tories then there's only one vote out there. And i've not voted Labour for donkeys years, and neither am i a fan of Corbyn either.

Unless i've missed something of course

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General Election on 18:28 - Apr 18 with 389 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

General Election on 18:03 - Apr 18 by Ebo

Again more smears. I am not buying it.


Problem is the populist do buy into it.

The sun still sells even though it lies through its teeth

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General Election on 18:30 - Apr 18 with 384 viewsblueytheblue

Yup, it's all lies innit.

Always somebody else's fault. Nope, Labour shadow cabinet clearly the most competent ever seen in political history well, anywhere.

Just that evil media, thick populace at fault. Don't recognise their greatness, innit.

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General Election on 18:37 - Apr 18 with 369 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

General Election on 18:30 - Apr 18 by blueytheblue

Yup, it's all lies innit.

Always somebody else's fault. Nope, Labour shadow cabinet clearly the most competent ever seen in political history well, anywhere.

Just that evil media, thick populace at fault. Don't recognise their greatness, innit.


It's all Jezza fault .

Immigration
Deficit
Zero hour contracts
No pay rises for civil servants
Dr's striking
NHS being sold off
Food banks

It's all down to Jezza the terrorist, they've all taken it in .
He's a threat to them

And they'll make sure he doesn't get in .
Murdoch has back every prime minister, Blaire was his lap dancer.

You can't see it , your blue lenses in your designer glasses won't let you .

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General Election on 18:49 - Apr 18 with 342 viewsyescomeon

Drop all the working class, party of the people stuff (none of them are). A second chance / reversal of Brexit campaign is what should be going up against the Tories, whether that's Labor, SNP, Lib Dems, Green, or Plaid. There is no way there is majority support for hard Brext, in the general public, or even in the pro-Brexit camp. Vote Tory and get a hard Brexit, vote x and remain / get soft Brexit should be the campaign message. It'll be turned into a second referendum, it's the most obvious campaign strategy, and a potentially effective one.

Upthecity!

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General Election on 18:52 - Apr 18 with 337 viewsblueytheblue

General Election on 18:37 - Apr 18 by oh_tommy_tommy

It's all Jezza fault .

Immigration
Deficit
Zero hour contracts
No pay rises for civil servants
Dr's striking
NHS being sold off
Food banks

It's all down to Jezza the terrorist, they've all taken it in .
He's a threat to them

And they'll make sure he doesn't get in .
Murdoch has back every prime minister, Blaire was his lap dancer.

You can't see it , your blue lenses in your designer glasses won't let you .


Misguided again Tommy, playing the victim.

Jezza is't a threat to anybody. He's a bumbling idiot too riddled in dogma to even lead his own party effectively.

You're talking about someone so dumb he quit college having argued with his lecturers at college as to what should be on the syllabus!

Nobody has to conspire and plot against him. He's too f*cking incompetent to be elected PM in any circumstances. He has surrounded himself with sycophants feeding his ego whilst avoiding telling him what he needs to be told.

Tories like any real government need strong opposition. Labour under Corbyn are anything but that.

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General Election on 19:34 - Apr 18 with 303 viewsEbo

I would love it if this backfires on her in much the same way as Brexit backfired on Camoron (sic).

Thank you, goodnight and bollocks

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General Election on 20:02 - Apr 18 with 285 viewsexiledclaseboy

General Election on 19:34 - Apr 18 by Ebo

I would love it if this backfires on her in much the same way as Brexit backfired on Camoron (sic).


It won't. Not a hope in hell. May has done exactly what Gordon Brown should have done when he took over from Blair in 2007 when he was ahead in the polls and before the financial crisis took hold. Labour would have won another five years, there'd have been no PM Cameron, no coalition, no Brexit and no PM May. But Brown's cowardly decision to shit out has led us directly to where we are now. Politics eh.

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General Election on 20:19 - Apr 18 with 264 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

General Election on 18:52 - Apr 18 by blueytheblue

Misguided again Tommy, playing the victim.

Jezza is't a threat to anybody. He's a bumbling idiot too riddled in dogma to even lead his own party effectively.

You're talking about someone so dumb he quit college having argued with his lecturers at college as to what should be on the syllabus!

Nobody has to conspire and plot against him. He's too f*cking incompetent to be elected PM in any circumstances. He has surrounded himself with sycophants feeding his ego whilst avoiding telling him what he needs to be told.

Tories like any real government need strong opposition. Labour under Corbyn are anything but that.


Thick by f@ck


I bid you George Gideon Osboure


That's the end of that blue

I'm playing no victim , your a Tory .I'm a socialist.

The disabled are victims

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General Election on 20:32 - Apr 18 with 250 viewsexiledclaseboy

General Election on 14:11 - Apr 18 by Highjack

I have literally no idea who I am going to vote for.


I want to vote LibDem. Once again they're the party that most closely mirrors my own beliefs. But seeing as Labour was only 23 votes behind the Tories in my constituency two years ago with the LibDems a distant fifth I'll probably end up voting tactically for Labour. Not that it'll make a blind bit of difference either locally or nationally. The Tories will be sitting on a comfortable three figure parliamentary majority come 8 June and they'll be able to do whatever the hell they like without recourse to anyone or anything.

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General Election on 20:33 - Apr 18 with 241 viewsperchrockjack

He voted Tory.

Is he a conservative .

If so, is he scum


Simple question
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General Election on 20:36 - Apr 18 with 243 viewsLeonWasGod

General Election on 18:30 - Apr 18 by blueytheblue

Yup, it's all lies innit.

Always somebody else's fault. Nope, Labour shadow cabinet clearly the most competent ever seen in political history well, anywhere.

Just that evil media, thick populace at fault. Don't recognise their greatness, innit.


You're right about the shadow cabinet, but on dodgy ground talking about competence given the Tory govt implosion last summer. And that wasn't some wannabes in the background; it was the party who were supposed to be leading us. Resignations, back-stabbings and all completely avoidable.
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General Election on 20:39 - Apr 18 with 237 viewsexiledclaseboy

General Election on 20:33 - Apr 18 by perchrockjack

He voted Tory.

Is he a conservative .

If so, is he scum


Simple question


Who?

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General Election on 20:42 - Apr 18 with 213 viewsperchrockjack

Whom
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General Election on 20:42 - Apr 18 with 217 viewswaynekerr55

General Election on 18:27 - Apr 18 by Neath_Jack

Anyone that opposes Tory (working class Welsh families), that doesn't vote labour in this election will be the biggest c*nts going.

Plaid, Lib Dems, Greens, none of them have any sort of chance of winning, so if people are serious about getting shot of the Tories then there's only one vote out there. And i've not voted Labour for donkeys years, and neither am i a fan of Corbyn either.

Unless i've missed something of course


Yes, let's all vote Labour as they've really looked after the working classes, haven't they?

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General Election on 20:47 - Apr 18 with 191 viewsperchrockjack

This ll be the one Andrew but plenty of choice.

Ive asked this question before .

There again, I ask the moderators questions and they delete the thread immediately


Transparency and fair play is what we need
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General Election on 20:49 - Apr 18 with 187 viewsexiledclaseboy

General Election on 20:47 - Apr 18 by perchrockjack

This ll be the one Andrew but plenty of choice.

Ive asked this question before .

There again, I ask the moderators questions and they delete the thread immediately


Transparency and fair play is what we need


I don't know what the question is though?

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General Election on 20:54 - Apr 18 with 164 viewswaynekerr55

I've just looked at my constituency - it was created in 1997 as has been Conservative since then, with Lib Dems second in all bar 2015.

Not a cat's chance in hell I'll be voting for Corbyn and Abbott's chimps tea party, Lib Dems it might be. Is it illegal to draw a penis on my ballot paper?

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General Election on 20:55 - Apr 18 with 159 viewsperchrockjack

Ok then..

Again


If somebody votes Tory ,does it make them scum


Clearly ,reading the cockscomments on here anyone that does is such
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General Election on 20:56 - Apr 18 with 158 viewslondonlisa2001

General Election on 20:32 - Apr 18 by exiledclaseboy

I want to vote LibDem. Once again they're the party that most closely mirrors my own beliefs. But seeing as Labour was only 23 votes behind the Tories in my constituency two years ago with the LibDems a distant fifth I'll probably end up voting tactically for Labour. Not that it'll make a blind bit of difference either locally or nationally. The Tories will be sitting on a comfortable three figure parliamentary majority come 8 June and they'll be able to do whatever the hell they like without recourse to anyone or anything.


I was leaning towards LibDem until that utter moron Farron was unable to ditch his fundamentalist bible bashing opinions on C4 news.

Straight out contest between Labour and a conservative in our constituency.
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General Election on 20:58 - Apr 18 with 153 viewsperchrockjack

Our area will hopefully see Labour lose Wirral west. It's very very marginal and only lost last time because of soft bitch Mc vey
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General Election on 20:59 - Apr 18 with 153 viewsNeath_Jack

General Election on 20:42 - Apr 18 by waynekerr55

Yes, let's all vote Labour as they've really looked after the working classes, haven't they?


Stick to arselicking Warwick, Lisa and other exiles Wayney, there's a good lad.

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