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    Afternoon All,

    this is the what's your favourite Jeremy Corbyn policy thread, where we can peacefully discuss the merits of our favourite Jeremy Corbyn policies.

    I will go first:

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...our-government

    This is desperately needed, bite the bullet and build build build, this will achieve several wins:

    . more housing stock

    . therefore diluting the current pool and bringing down prices and making owning your own home (which should be every man's right) more accessible

    Ok, who's next ?

    Milan in "spreading the word" mode.

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    It certainly would dilute the current pool if everywhere was surrounded by horrible council estates.

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    I'm leaning towards supporting his railway re-nationalisation policy. That's about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    I'm leaning towards supporting his railway re-nationalisation policy. That's about it.
    +1.

    Its a real issue when we are effectively paying for nice railways and reduced fare prices on the continent

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    NHS funding ...super important

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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyD View Post
    NHS funding ...super important
    Nope social care is where the funding is needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    Nope social care is where the funding is needed.
    To me NHS is more important !!!
    But social care is important of course... just in my books NHS is more vital and has a much bigger impact on all the UKers if it goes under.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyD View Post
    To me NHS is more important !!!
    But social care is important of course... just in my books NHS is more vital and has a much bigger impact on all the UKers if it goes under.
    The NHS will go under if there is no social care.

    Some form of convalescence care is needed for people - elderly, disabled (physically or mentally) and just temporary broken - to keep them out of hospital and to stop them bed blocking.

    The NHS either chucks people out too early so they come back, or can't find
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    Be a lot cheaper to stop immigration/health tourism and charge back where we should be.

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