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PaulC
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Traditional Labour leave voters need to wake up !
Do they love Brexit more then the NHS and protecting their working and social rights which Boris will slash,


Simple choice for them to make!


And you really think Labour will look after the NHS?[/reply

Stupid question, any party will take care of the NHS better than the CONS.
Lets face it, The NHS goes against the basic CONServative supporters Principles


Labour try and make a big deal about the NHS at every election but voters aren't fooled.


Voters aren't fooled? Definitely the funniest thing I've read today.


Really? So when did Labour last win an election?


I suspect he was thinking of Brexit.


007Dale
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For the sake of the country, we need a Tory majority. Hopefully enough to persuade labour to put a credible leader in place, but not the Blair-size proportions where they have unlimited power.

We need a strong opposition, to get this we need labour to be beaten. Five years of a 25-seat Tory majority and very strong Labour leader would be a much better position to be in.


jon b
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I honestly don't know what would be the best outcome.

I don't trust anything Johnson says about the NHS, or anything else for that matter. I don't trust Corbyn, and his politburo are scary. If the SNP do well they'll demand another independence Referendum. The Lib Dems will probably gain a number of seats but who would/should they ally themselves with post GE? And we've managed to poke a stick into Ulster enough to annoy all parties there and reignite the reunification issue.

I suppose I'll just have to take a look at the candidates at the hustings in NE Derbyshire and see if I rate any of them highly enough to put an X bedside their name. Unimpressed

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Yatesman
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For the sake of the country, we need a Tory majority. Hopefully enough to persuade labour to put a credible leader in place, but not the Blair-size proportions where they have unlimited power.

We need a strong opposition, to get this we need labour to be beaten. Five years of a 25-seat Tory majority and very strong Labour leader would be a much better position to be in.


We need a Labour leader who is concerned with the trials and tribulations of the British working/lower middle class.

Corbyn just wants to gladhand terrorists and EU nationals.

British voters are held in contempt by Labour.

Pity as I havn't decided who to vote for yet but a Corbyn led Labour party, big on soundbites-low on substance, is way down the list of possibilities at present.


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For the sake of the country, we need a Tory majority. Hopefully enough to persuade labour to put a credible leader in place, but not the Blair-size proportions where they have unlimited power.

We need a strong opposition, to get this we need labour to be beaten. Five years of a 25-seat Tory majority and very strong Labour leader would be a much better position to be in.


We need a Labour leader who is concerned with the trials and tribulations of the British working/lower middle class.

Corbyn just wants to gladhand terrorists and EU nationals.

British voters are held in contempt by Labour.

Pity as I havn't decided who to vote for yet but a Corbyn led Labour party, big on soundbites-low on substance, is way down the list of possibilities at present.



Yes being a Scot and reading your posts you clearly have decided who you will vote for.

You dismiss Labour but haven't seen their Manifesto yet but you hate it because of what you read in the Daily Mail. You will say you don't but you constantly quote their soundbites. When the Labour Manifesto is published come back and tell us why you disagree with a particular policy rather than the old chestnut terrorist stuff

Personally I am undecided, I will look at the Manifestos of all the parties including Green or Independents on local issues. I am not as tribal as most that contribute to this thread. I am in a Tory seat but will look at the Manifestos and the local issues before deciding. Brexit is kinda third on the list.


Yatesman
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For the sake of the country, we need a Tory majority. Hopefully enough to persuade labour to put a credible leader in place, but not the Blair-size proportions where they have unlimited power.

We need a strong opposition, to get this we need labour to be beaten. Five years of a 25-seat Tory majority and very strong Labour leader would be a much better position to be in.


We need a Labour leader who is concerned with the trials and tribulations of the British working/lower middle class.

Corbyn just wants to gladhand terrorists and EU nationals.

British voters are held in contempt by Labour.

Pity as I havn't decided who to vote for yet but a Corbyn led Labour party, big on soundbites-low on substance, is way down the list of possibilities at present.



Yes being a Scot and reading your posts you clearly have decided who you will vote for.

You dismiss Labour but haven't seen their Manifesto yet but you hate it because of what you read in the Daily Mail. You will say you don't but you constantly quote their soundbites. When the Labour Manifesto is published come back and tell us why you disagree with a particular policy rather than the old chestnut terrorist stuff

Personally I am undecided, I will look at the Manifestos of all the parties including Green or Independents on local issues. I am not as tribal as most that contribute to this thread. I am in a Tory seat but will look at the Manifestos and the local issues before deciding. Brexit is kinda third on the list.


You might read the DM. I never do.

Personally, I do not believe anyone changes their view or forms new opinions based on the newspaper they buy.

I believe that people gravitate to the newspaper that best represents their already formed opinions.

It's only election losers that want to lay blame for all the world's ills at newspapers they don't like.

Btw, are you saying Corbyn doesn't like to gladhand terrorists?

Also, I dismiss Labour based on their flip flopping and lack of clarity over Brexit and any party that includes Dianne Abbacus, John McWeasel and Emily Snootyberry is probably going to struggle to win my trust.


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PaulC
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For the sake of the country, we need a Tory majority. Hopefully enough to persuade labour to put a credible leader in place, but not the Blair-size proportions where they have unlimited power.

We need a strong opposition, to get this we need labour to be beaten. Five years of a 25-seat Tory majority and very strong Labour leader would be a much better position to be in.


We need a Labour leader who is concerned with the trials and tribulations of the British working/lower middle class.

Corbyn just wants to gladhand terrorists and EU nationals.

British voters are held in contempt by Labour.

Pity as I havn't decided who to vote for yet but a Corbyn led Labour party, big on soundbites-low on substance, is way down the list of possibilities at present.


Speaking of soundbites, Johnson’s “Britain deserves better” is a cracker.

9 years of shambolic Tory government under leader after leader after leader. A current leader who is a serial liar and an incompetent chump and totally untrustworthy. A government willing to sell our NHS down the river and keen to erode the rights of working people.

Britain certainly does deserve better.


(This post was edited by PaulC on Oct 31, 2019, 10:45 PM)


Ronsdog
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The Lib Dems will probably gain a number of seats but who would/should they ally themselves with post GE? . Unimpressed
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I answered that question for you in Post#12 Wink


jon b
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Ah yes, the Swinson/Lucas dream team Cool and a green journey deeper into the twilight zone.

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Yatesman
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For the sake of the country, we need a Tory majority. Hopefully enough to persuade labour to put a credible leader in place, but not the Blair-size proportions where they have unlimited power.

We need a strong opposition, to get this we need labour to be beaten. Five years of a 25-seat Tory majority and very strong Labour leader would be a much better position to be in.


We need a Labour leader who is concerned with the trials and tribulations of the British working/lower middle class.

Corbyn just wants to gladhand terrorists and EU nationals.

British voters are held in contempt by Labour.

Pity as I havn't decided who to vote for yet but a Corbyn led Labour party, big on soundbites-low on substance, is way down the list of possibilities at present.


Speaking of soundbites, Johnson’s “Britain deserves better” is a cracker.

9 years of shambolic Tory government under leader after leader after leader. A current leader who is a serial liar and an incompetent chump and totally untrustworthy. A government willing to sell our NHS down the river and keen to erode the rights of working people.

Britain certainly does deserve better.



Boris was referring to the opposition,

Britain Deserves Better Opposition, LOL!


Isaac
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Nov 1, 2019, 7:56 AM

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A current leader who is a serial liar and an incompetent chump and totally untrustworthy..



I thought for a moment you were referring to the Labour Party.


Towlawtom
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A current leader who is a serial liar and an incompetent chump and totally untrustworthy..



I thought for a moment you were referring to the Labour Party.


No your beloved serial liar Boris!

Why isn't he dead in that ditch?

He promised you that you would leave yesterday!

Do or die he said!

He didn't say we would leave only if the opposition parties bent over backwards for him did he now?



I need to have the last word, as it always looks as if I am right !


Yatesman
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A current leader who is a serial liar and an incompetent chump and totally untrustworthy..



I thought for a moment you were referring to the Labour Party.


No your beloved serial liar Boris!

Why isn't he dead in that ditch?

He promised you that you would leave yesterday!

Do or die he said!

He didn't say we would leave only if the opposition parties bent over backwards for him did he now?


There won't be anyone other than the liberal hate mob that wont forgive Boris for us still being EU members.

People will not forgive the opposition for keeping us in against the will of the majority and gifting the EU £billions in fees.

Once again we will go to the polls and once again we will reject liberal extremism, hatred and liberal contempt for the working class.


dottirofhod
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The Prime Minister formally known as Boris Johnson has changed his name to Diana Ditch. Ms Ditch issued a statement; “Some people seem to have got the wrong end of the stick. They thought I said ‘I would rather die in a ditch than fail to deliver Brexit. But it was always my intention to embrace my feminine side and a delay to Brexit gives me some time to complete the paperwork and have the surgery that gives me what I’ve always craved; a set of boobs I can carry with me always.’
The PM said the legal process of changing his name and gender would definitely be completed by October 31st. ‘I’d give my right arm for that’ he said, as surgeons began measuring his right arm.



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Isaac
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A current leader who is a serial liar and an incompetent chump and totally untrustworthy..



I thought for a moment you were referring to the Labour Party.


No your beloved serial liar Boris!

Why isn't he dead in that ditch?

He promised you that you would leave yesterday!

Do or die he said!

He didn't say we would leave only if the opposition parties bent over backwards for him did he now?


The man trying to deliver democracy is a liar but not those trying to block it?

Head in the sand or what?


windydcfc
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For the sake of the country, we need a Tory majority. Hopefully enough to persuade labour to put a credible leader in place, but not the Blair-size proportions where they have unlimited power.

We need a strong opposition, to get this we need labour to be beaten. Five years of a 25-seat Tory majority and very strong Labour leader would be a much better position to be in.



I think David Miliband would be a great leader. I think momentum will push for Rebecca Long Bailey or Angela Rayner to take over & will probably get their way. Hopefully Farage’s Brexit party, will actually fight this election & we’ll end up with another hung parliament. Then change the voting age, EU Nationals the vote & change the voting system. Chuck another referendum in after 6 months. Unfortunately I think the Tories will win & we’ll have a disastrous brexit, followed by a recession that will put the country back years



Non League Projection - 2020/21: https://docs.google.com/...UTgVhKYTo/edit#gid=0
Step 1: https://www.google.com/....119447550000018&z=7
Step 2: https://www.google.com/...677250654298405&z=15
Step 3: https://www.google.com/...358611350589399&z=16
Step 4: https://www.google.com/...536616305542566&z=16
Step 5: https://www.google.com/...399355140531952&z=16
Step 6: https://www.google.com/...1556307438963813&z=9


Yatesman
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The Prime Minister formally known as Boris Johnson has changed his name to Diana Ditch. Ms Ditch issued a statement; “Some people seem to have got the wrong end of the stick. They thought I said ‘I would rather die in a ditch than fail to deliver Brexit. But it was always my intention to embrace my feminine side and a delay to Brexit gives me some time to complete the paperwork and have the surgery that gives me what I’ve always craved; a set of boobs I can carry with me always.’
The PM said the legal process of changing his name and gender would definitely be completed by October 31st. ‘I’d give my right arm for that’ he said, as surgeons began measuring his right arm.


Oh dear.............more of that smarmy , sarky fantasy nonsense that passes for humour in lefty circles.


Yatesman
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For the sake of the country, we need a Tory majority. Hopefully enough to persuade labour to put a credible leader in place, but not the Blair-size proportions where they have unlimited power.

We need a strong opposition, to get this we need labour to be beaten. Five years of a 25-seat Tory majority and very strong Labour leader would be a much better position to be in.



I think David Miliband would be a great leader. I think momentum will push for Rebecca Long Bailey or Angela Rayner to take over & will probably get their way. Hopefully Farage’s Brexit party, will actually fight this election & we’ll end up with another hung parliament. Then change the voting age, EU Nationals the vote & change the voting system. Chuck another referendum in after 6 months. Unfortunately I think the Tories will win & we’ll have a disastrous brexit, followed by a recession that will put the country back years


After Labour last ruled the country...............

https://inews.co.uk/...ls-david-laws-534179


(This post was edited by Yatesman on Nov 1, 2019, 6:45 PM)


windydcfc
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For the sake of the country, we need a Tory majority. Hopefully enough to persuade labour to put a credible leader in place, but not the Blair-size proportions where they have unlimited power.

We need a strong opposition, to get this we need labour to be beaten. Five years of a 25-seat Tory majority and very strong Labour leader would be a much better position to be in.



I think David Miliband would be a great leader. I think momentum will push for Rebecca Long Bailey or Angela Rayner to take over & will probably get their way. Hopefully Farage’s Brexit party, will actually fight this election & we’ll end up with another hung parliament. Then change the voting age, EU Nationals the vote & change the voting system. Chuck another referendum in after 6 months. Unfortunately I think the Tories will win & we’ll have a disastrous brexit, followed by a recession that will put the country back years


After Labour last ruled the country...............

https://inews.co.uk/...ls-david-laws-534179



It was a joke. You know that, I know that & everyone that ever read this boring story knows that. The world economic crash, was why the economy went south. But the Tory press has blamed Brown/Blair enough times that simpletons believe it.
Unlike the fact that the Tories plan to sell off the NHS &?expect us to believe it isn’t true because they say it isn’t & the Right Wing press will back them up.



Non League Projection - 2020/21: https://docs.google.com/...UTgVhKYTo/edit#gid=0
Step 1: https://www.google.com/....119447550000018&z=7
Step 2: https://www.google.com/...677250654298405&z=15
Step 3: https://www.google.com/...358611350589399&z=16
Step 4: https://www.google.com/...536616305542566&z=16
Step 5: https://www.google.com/...399355140531952&z=16
Step 6: https://www.google.com/...1556307438963813&z=9


Yatesman
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For the sake of the country, we need a Tory majority. Hopefully enough to persuade labour to put a credible leader in place, but not the Blair-size proportions where they have unlimited power.

We need a strong opposition, to get this we need labour to be beaten. Five years of a 25-seat Tory majority and very strong Labour leader would be a much better position to be in.



I think David Miliband would be a great leader. I think momentum will push for Rebecca Long Bailey or Angela Rayner to take over & will probably get their way. Hopefully Farage’s Brexit party, will actually fight this election & we’ll end up with another hung parliament. Then change the voting age, EU Nationals the vote & change the voting system. Chuck another referendum in after 6 months. Unfortunately I think the Tories will win & we’ll have a disastrous brexit, followed by a recession that will put the country back years


After Labour last ruled the country...............

https://inews.co.uk/...ls-david-laws-534179



It was a joke. You know that, I know that & everyone that ever read this boring story knows that. The world economic crash, was why the economy went south. But the Tory press has blamed Brown/Blair enough times that simpletons believe it.
Unlike the fact that the Tories plan to sell off the NHS &?expect us to believe it isn’t true because they say it isn’t & the Right Wing press will back them up.


The letter is a fact.

The Tories wanting to sell the NHS is a lie, a soundbite , Project Fear.

Only the duped and the converted believe that. It plays to the Lefty envy hate mob but no-one else falls for that shite..


steve walker
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The letter was actually a joke but a mistake obviously as it's been used in propoganda ever since.
Johnson wanting trade deals with Trump 'America First' won't even come close to the access to free trade we have with the EU even if the NHS was not included.
I'm not duped, converted or lefty and that language just epitomises why this Election will be closer than Johnson thinks as you have almost made my mind up for me.... but still 6 weeks to go.


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I’m going to make a prediction off the back of that. By the end of 2020, the UK’s deficit will have doubled.
 


I wonder whether that prediction will be as accurate as the prediction of imminent financial collapse in Italy which you first made years ago and which you have repeated with new timescales a number of times since. What is the latest date for that one by the way ?


dottirofhod
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Dont say things like thst Mick, I have faith in Ronsdog, I'm keeping all my kruggerands until the end of 2020 on his advice.
Will make a mint.



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I’m going to make a prediction off the back of that. By the end of 2020, the UK’s deficit will have doubled.
 


I wonder whether that prediction will be as accurate as the prediction of imminent financial collapse in Italy which you first made years ago and which you have repeated with new timescales a number of times since. What is the latest date for that one by the way ?


Continue to scoff Mick.
But Italy is still on the brink of financial catastrophe. The use of accounting fraud...ie the introduction of the mini BOT together with the ECB allowing Italy to break the financial rules of the EU has simply delayed the inevitable.

I also warned in the previous thread, P145/152 that the Euro was overpriced and precious metals were the safest way to invest as a result.
At that time Gold and Silver were trading around £950/10 per oz.
Currently £1170/14 . You do the maths.

As the Hod pointed out Krugerrands have overtaken most other safe investments and are currently trading 35% above their May price.

And don't forget Vince Cables predictions back in 2004 that the world was heading for a massive crash.....four years later it happened.

As will the demise of the Euro and the crashing of the Italian economy.
It's simply a matter of time.


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Great to see fracking , once described by Boris Johnson as “glorious news for humanity” has been stopped.
If only I could think of another idea he’s wholeheartedly backed that’s turned out to be disastrous and dangerous which should be stopped.

BTW I am off up to Sunderland later but there appears to be a total news blackout of theses riots that are happening. Anyone offer any advice on how to avoid these vigilante groups along the motorways. I'm thinking of taking the back roads or B roads and will keep a copy of the Daily express on the back seat just for back up.



I need to have the last word, as it always looks as if I am right !

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