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Labour manifesto - discuss 12:29 - May 16 with 3683 viewsLegend83

It would be funny if it wasn't so scary.

- Raping business which will just regressively impact the poor he is supposedly saving
- Un-funded intention to nationalise rail and utilities ("oh, we'll just borrow")
- Income tax hike on £80k plus earners (conveniently above the wage of an MP)
- Ministry of Labour (very Orwellian)
- Nationalisation of Royal Mail...how if it is a publicly owned entity? State appropriation??
- Billions for this, that and the other
- £46.8bn of taxes raised!
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Labour manifesto - discuss on 11:05 - May 19 with 244 viewsperchrockjack

Labour are running a good campaign
Tories a shocker

Patel last night seemed arrogant beyond words

The butch labour girl simply splattered her


Keeping Di quiet a master stroke


I hope they get in just for a laugh


I won't be paying for it all, neither will my kids

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Labour manifesto - discuss on 12:11 - May 19 with 220 viewsBrynmill_Jack

Labour manifesto - discuss on 11:05 - May 19 by perchrockjack

Labour are running a good campaign
Tories a shocker

Patel last night seemed arrogant beyond words

The butch labour girl simply splattered her


Keeping Di quiet a master stroke


I hope they get in just for a laugh


I won't be paying for it all, neither will my kids


I'll ignore the "butch labour girl" insinuation and congratulate you that if by voting labour and they get in you will not be losing any of your assets which rightfully should be passed on to your children, not swallowed up by this government (should you fall too ill to be living in your own home).

That's the bottom line Richard. Never mind how shabby Corbyn may look to you, at least he isn't going to deny you your well earned state pension in full.

Each time I go to Bedd - au........................

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Labour manifesto - discuss on 14:14 - May 19 with 187 viewsHighjack

Labour manifesto - discuss on 10:54 - May 19 by Brynmill_Jack

Good for you. But not voting the only real opposition (as much as you or anyone dislikes Corbyn, and some of those reasons are fair others ridiculous) then it's almost the same as voting Tory.

Politics needs to change and my word this country does too.


I can't in good conscience vote for labour either. I believe they espouse an equally nasty streak, but in a different way. I don't believe that not voting labour makes me a Tory either, it is entirely possible for one to actively dislike both parties so we'll have to disagree on that one.

I do agree that change is needed.

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Labour manifesto - discuss on 11:37 - Jun 5 with 101 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

The sums are adding up so the experts say

https://www.theguardian.com/news/2017/jun/03/the-big-issue-labour-manifesto-what



What do the experts know ?

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Labour manifesto - discuss on 12:31 - Jun 5 with 82 viewsBrynmill_Jack

Labour manifesto - discuss on 14:14 - May 19 by Highjack

I can't in good conscience vote for labour either. I believe they espouse an equally nasty streak, but in a different way. I don't believe that not voting labour makes me a Tory either, it is entirely possible for one to actively dislike both parties so we'll have to disagree on that one.

I do agree that change is needed.


So you keep saying. If you can't vote for the most social progressive manifesto since 1979 , a complete departure from the suit politics of the last 40 years which have blighted out country then I don't see you voting ever again

Each time I go to Bedd - au........................

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