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Tory manifesto - discuss 07:38 - May 18 with 8904 viewsepaul

To end free school meals for infants, for some it's the only hot meal they get, dispicable scum

The hair and the beard have gone I am now conforming to society, tis a sad day The b*stards are coming back though

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 08:39 - May 18 with 2048 viewsPrivate_Partz

It's Strong and Stable mun.
Expect more of punishing the poor and a few sound bites that will be promoted by the Murdock press and the lemmings will fall for it.

PUT YOUR CHILDREN AND GRAND CHILDREN FIRST. IT IS COUNTRY BEFORE POLITICS THIS TIME. VOTE LIB DEM, LABOUR OR A PRO EU CANDIDATE IN JUNE. THEY ARE OUR ONLY HOPE OF GETTING US OUT OF THIS BREXIT MESS!!

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 09:00 - May 18 with 2025 viewsepaul


The hair and the beard have gone I am now conforming to society, tis a sad day The b*stards are coming back though

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 09:46 - May 18 with 1989 viewsGoldminer

https://statswales.gov.wales/Catalogue/Local-Government/Finance/Revenue/Delegate

interesting to see how low Swansea's funding in primary is per pupil is compared to the rest of Wales.

Even more interestingly is comparison with England....

http://www.sec-ed.co.uk/news/how-much-per-pupil-funding-will-your-school-get
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Tory manifesto - discuss on 09:51 - May 18 with 1985 viewssherpajacob

I'm confused.

There seems to be a lot of measures aimed at reducing immigration, but they are all targeting non EU immigrants.

Why didn't Mrs May do any of these in her 7 years as home secretary, and why, if non EU migrants are the problem, are we leaving the single market in order to end freedom of movement?

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 10:22 - May 18 with 1959 viewsJango

Tory manifesto - discuss on 09:51 - May 18 by sherpajacob

I'm confused.

There seems to be a lot of measures aimed at reducing immigration, but they are all targeting non EU immigrants.

Why didn't Mrs May do any of these in her 7 years as home secretary, and why, if non EU migrants are the problem, are we leaving the single market in order to end freedom of movement?


I don't think even Theresa May knows when she's telling the truth or not. Total fraudster
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Tory manifesto - discuss on 10:31 - May 18 with 1950 viewsCooperman

That's a shocking manifesto commitment.

ePaul is absolutely spot on with his comment about it being the only hot meal for some UK children.
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Tory manifesto - discuss on 10:33 - May 18 with 1945 viewsfelixstowe_jack

If it is there only hot meal of the day what are their parents doing? Spending all their benefits on fags and alcohol? Perhaps the social services should issued food vouchers instead of cash.
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Tory manifesto - discuss on 10:49 - May 18 with 1929 viewsperchrockjack

Many feckless feckers haven't the inclination to cook anything.

Hard to take I know



Making winter fuel payments means tested is good if it raises the threshold for care in old age to 100k . At23 k ,now, it's a disgrace

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 10:59 - May 18 with 1924 viewsHighjack

Tory manifesto - discuss on 10:31 - May 18 by Cooperman

That's a shocking manifesto commitment.

ePaul is absolutely spot on with his comment about it being the only hot meal for some UK children.


That's more to do with the shocking standard of parenting in this country. My worry with this is if hot meals are taken away then will these parents bother to make sandwiches? Probably not.

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:04 - May 18 with 1915 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

If all else fails


Blame the poor for being poor

What a bunch of c@nts people are

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:16 - May 18 with 1904 viewsHighjack

Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:04 - May 18 by oh_tommy_tommy

If all else fails


Blame the poor for being poor

What a bunch of c@nts people are


It's not a poor/rich thing. There are plenty of parents with plenty of money who don't/can't be arsed to properly look after their kids.

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:23 - May 18 with 1895 viewsswanjackal

Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:16 - May 18 by Highjack

It's not a poor/rich thing. There are plenty of parents with plenty of money who don't/can't be arsed to properly look after their kids.


Having worked with children both ends of that divide, I can firmly agree with this. You would be surprised to see how neglected some children are at the "richer" end, neglecting care of their child for work/social life.

Hypocritically hypocritical !

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:28 - May 18 with 1889 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:16 - May 18 by Highjack

It's not a poor/rich thing. There are plenty of parents with plenty of money who don't/can't be arsed to properly look after their kids.


Don't tar everyone with the same brush .

This policy is dreadful ,people ,family's need small things to help get by.



We'll be dropping bombs soon on a country thousands of miles away , costing millions .

Stop and think

Divide and conquer

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:32 - May 18 with 1878 viewsperchrockjack

By not tarring everyone would be conservatives voters or non corbynistas getting respect


That ll do for me



Some People these days still expect the State to provide all and the world owes them a living

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:34 - May 18 with 1877 viewssquarebear

I'm a Labour voter but I've one foot in the "natural selection" camp.

If parents are relying on schools to provide their kids with their one hot meal of the day then the parents need to up their game. Anecdotally it seems parents also often rely on schools to teach their kids discipline. WTF? Is everything down to the school and state? What responsibility are these parents actually prepared to man-up and accept as theirs? Or did their responsibility start and end with having unprotected sex?
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Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:41 - May 18 with 1857 viewsperchrockjack

Ive lived in an era where there was far less state help yet children was fed properly and not subjected to the salt sugar cocktails of crap kids are now.

McDonald s is seen as a treat for poorer kids when it should be the last place they should go


Ask why mcd kfc pizza pis spots are so prevalent in poor areas.


They are making massive money out of the poor and frankly these fast food chains are those I'd be laying into .

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:48 - May 18 with 1844 viewsblueytheblue

Well, also those who grant the planning permission for fast food places too.

Fast food does have it's place, too many rely upon it on a regular basis.

It always annoys me in supermarkets that you see the "healthier" food produce is more expensive. Yes, that's pretty obvious, a grot burger will cost less but if you want people to eat healthier, got to make it more economically viable.

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:51 - May 18 with 1840 viewsperchrockjack

Great point blues


They should never ever be located in deprived areas .

Most litter is from these outlets, most anti social behaviour emanates from there

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:57 - May 18 with 1825 viewsLegend83

You are wrong. If you actually read the detail of the BBC report on this, it clearly states that infant school lunches will be means-tested.

So not scrapped at all! Simply brought in line with how it works for Juniors.

And in addition, free breakfast will be available instead.

So not quite as evil as you all make out.
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Tory manifesto - discuss on 12:00 - May 18 with 1815 viewsblueytheblue

Well, I'd not say *no* fast food places in areas but careful consideration should be made.

I know some on here believe economic status defines all but the reality is there are plenty of parents who can't cook, can't be bothered to learn to provide healthy, balanced meals for their children. Nothing to do with finances, everything to do with laziness. We see it at our son's primary school. Some kids out of control, parents care not one iota. School's responsibility not theirs... our son got mocked for the food he had in his lunchbox. Others had chocolate bars, bags of crisps... obesity ahoy...

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 12:02 - May 18 with 1811 viewsCooperman

Tory manifesto - discuss on 10:33 - May 18 by felixstowe_jack

If it is there only hot meal of the day what are their parents doing? Spending all their benefits on fags and alcohol? Perhaps the social services should issued food vouchers instead of cash.


That's a very narrow minded tunnel vision view.

I'm sure there are families like that, but I also know for a fact that there are genuine cases out there so don't try and argue against.
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Tory manifesto - discuss on 12:03 - May 18 with 1806 viewsswanjackal

Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:57 - May 18 by Legend83

You are wrong. If you actually read the detail of the BBC report on this, it clearly states that infant school lunches will be means-tested.

So not scrapped at all! Simply brought in line with how it works for Juniors.

And in addition, free breakfast will be available instead.

So not quite as evil as you all make out.


It never is. Although, listening to Hunt this morning on BBC Breakfast, he didn't really paint a coherent picture of the things he was asked about.

Hypocritically hypocritical !

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Tory manifesto - discuss on 12:09 - May 18 with 1793 viewsCooperman

Tory manifesto - discuss on 11:48 - May 18 by blueytheblue

Well, also those who grant the planning permission for fast food places too.

Fast food does have it's place, too many rely upon it on a regular basis.

It always annoys me in supermarkets that you see the "healthier" food produce is more expensive. Yes, that's pretty obvious, a grot burger will cost less but if you want people to eat healthier, got to make it more economically viable.


That's a good point Bluey. My young princess asked for McD's cheeseburger and fries yesterday. I ordered and collected via the drive through but didn't catch what the young girl said when she asked for payment. Upon checking the credit card receipt when I got home I found it came to a paltry £2. A similar sized meal containing veg and a decent form of protein would be double that.
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Tory manifesto - discuss on 12:10 - May 18 with 1793 viewsWarwickHunt

Tory manifesto - discuss on 12:00 - May 18 by blueytheblue

Well, I'd not say *no* fast food places in areas but careful consideration should be made.

I know some on here believe economic status defines all but the reality is there are plenty of parents who can't cook, can't be bothered to learn to provide healthy, balanced meals for their children. Nothing to do with finances, everything to do with laziness. We see it at our son's primary school. Some kids out of control, parents care not one iota. School's responsibility not theirs... our son got mocked for the food he had in his lunchbox. Others had chocolate bars, bags of crisps... obesity ahoy...


Overheard a yummy mummy in Waitrose asking her young son which sushi he wanted for his lunchbox.
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Tory manifesto - discuss on 12:14 - May 18 with 1778 viewsswanjackal

Tory manifesto - discuss on 12:10 - May 18 by WarwickHunt

Overheard a yummy mummy in Waitrose asking her young son which sushi he wanted for his lunchbox.


Something oddly disturbing about a young mum asking her son whether he wants to eat her raw fish. Were they part of a royal lineage?

Hypocritically hypocritical !

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