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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarkyMark View Post
    Errrrm, I'm certainly not a Tory supporter either, I would like to clarify that fact.

    The proposed Labour government is not one we would ever recognise.
    Everyone likes to think they recognise a man with principals.
    Corbyn isn't, he's as big a liar and a cheat as the next politician.

    The rot started with Blair and Brown.

    Split parliament was as best as we could hope for.
    You're probably right. But they're all dangerous to somebody, and the fact we've got a Brexit snowflake spiv BTL type whining about leaving the country is no bad thing.
    Where there's muck there's brass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarkyMark View Post
    The proposed Labour government is not one we would ever recognise.
    Everyone likes to think they recognise a man with principals.
    Corbyn isn't, he's as big a liar and a cheat as the next politician.
    Really? Crack on then - I'm looking forward to this. I don't agree with a lot of Corybn, but I do believe he is is principled - something that's very rarely worked to his advantage. I'd much rather a politician that was fighting for a cause (and getting arrested for it) 30-odd years ago rather than living it up with the Bullingdon club or whoever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwdan View Post
    Really? Crack on then - I'm looking forward to this. I don't agree with a lot of Corybn, but I do believe he is is principled - something that's very rarely worked to his advantage. I'd much rather a politician that was fighting for a cause (and getting arrested for it) 20 years ago rather than living it up with the Bullingdon club or whoever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    Those severed pigs' heads don't **** themselves, you know.
    I'm really not sure what's worse, though, tbh - a Bullingdon Club PM or a PM who appears to have never had the slightest bit of fun in her rotten little life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwdan View Post
    Really? Crack on then - I'm looking forward to this.
    More of this, you mean?

    Predicted as a possibility for quite a while, in the UK, for me, nearly 50 and my fathers generation.

    Crack on indeed


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarkyMark View Post
    More of this, you mean?

    Predicted as a possibility for quite a while for me nearly 50 and my fathers generation.

    Crack on indeed

    Oh yeah, I remember when that didn't happen under a Conservative government:



    I take you don't fancy providing any real evidence to back up your claim that Corbyn is "just the same", then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwdan View Post
    Oh yeah, I remember when that didn't happen under a Conservative government:

    I take you don't fancy providing any real evidence to back up your claim that Corbyn is "just the same", then?
    And you were queuing up for bread at that time, then. FFS

    I'm not a conservative, please read my earlier post (s), I'm pretty bloody consistent.

    How was he (Corbyn) going to finance his (give away approx 25K potentially to each UK 18 year old) manifesto then, Dan?
    Answer, he couldn't.

    Liar, or no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarkyMark View Post
    And you were queuing up for bread at that time, then. FFS

    I'm not a conservative, please read my earlier post (s), I'm pretty bloody consistent.

    How was he (Corbyn) going to finance his (give away approx 25K potentially to each UK 18 year old) manifesto then, Dan?
    Answer, he couldn't.

    Liar, or no?
    I actually disagreed with that policy, but they did publish this:

    Labour has said it will pay for the £9.5bn policy by raising tax on higher earners, making those with an income of more than £80,000 pay the 45p rate of tax and assigning a 50p rate to those bringing in more than £110,000 a year.
    And these things did used to be a thing... He could probably start with whichever sofa Tess found 1.5bn down the back of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwdan View Post
    I actually disagreed with that policy, but they did publish this:

    Labour has said it will pay for the £9.5bn policy by raising tax on higher earners, making those with an income of more than £80,000 pay the 45p rate of tax and assigning a 50p rate to those bringing in more than £110,000 a year.


    And these things did used to be a thing... He could probably start with whichever sofa Tess found 1.5bn down the back of.
    Super.

    How old are you Dan?

    Suggest you look at taxation rates over the years and tax takes etc. maybe a bit of history, preferably Greek.
    Follow that up with a big slice of very recent Venezuelan history.

    Evaluate.

    Then come back and tell me Corbyn is the new wet dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarkyMark View Post
    And you were queuing up for bread at that time, then. FFS

    I'm not a conservative, please read my earlier post (s), I'm pretty bloody consistent.

    How was he (Corbyn) going to finance his (give away approx 25K potentially to each UK 18 year old) manifesto then, Dan?
    Answer, he couldn't.

    Liar, or no?
    Where did the manifesto offer to give away approx 25K potentially to each UK 18 year old?
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