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More great ideas from the best and brightest in the Conservative Party.

 

That's insane.  :lol:  People will then make un tracked home made knives.

 

Don't want to deal with young people having no future or deal with problems of poverty in their communities.

 

 

 

 

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More great ideas from the best and brightest in the Conservative Party.

 

Completely undermines his whole idea by having exemptions for fishing. Well that and it being a stupid unenforcable idea :lol:

 

How do these morons keep getting themselves elected?

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More great ideas from the best and brightest in the Conservative Party.

 

That's insane.  :lol:  People will then make un tracked home made knives.

 

Don't want to deal with young people having no future or deal with problems of poverty in their communities.

 

 

 

 

 

Yes the fact that they will make knives at home is the insane part :lol:

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Rob Delaney hitting the nail on the head on Twitter, by destroying the equivalence that some people have been applying to both political parties over Brexit.

Points out, quite rightly, that the chaos of austerity has been literally killing thousands since 2010, and that this was the plan of the Conservatives.

No-one else. Just that bunch of lowlives.

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Rob Delaney hitting the nail on the head on Twitter, by destroying the equivalence that some people have been applying to both political parties over Brexit.

Points out, quite rightly, that the chaos of austerity has been literally killing thousands since 2010, and that this was the plan of the Conservatives.

No-one else. Just that bunch of lowlives.

 

Exactly right.

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Rob Delaney hitting the nail on the head on Twitter, by destroying the equivalence that some people have been applying to both political parties over Brexit.

Points out, quite rightly, that the chaos of austerity has been literally killing thousands since 2010, and that this was the plan of the Conservatives.

No-one else. Just that bunch of lowlives.

 

Exactly right.

 

Absolutely. Utter cunts.

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Rob Delaney hitting the nail on the head on Twitter, by destroying the equivalence that some people have been applying to both political parties over Brexit.

Points out, quite rightly, that the chaos of austerity has been literally killing thousands since 2010, and that this was the plan of the Conservatives.

No-one else. Just that bunch of lowlives.

 

Exactly right.

 

Totally right like. Austerity is bloody awful and shouldn't be accepted on any level.

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Rob Delaney hitting the nail on the head on Twitter, by destroying the equivalence that some people have been applying to both political parties over Brexit.

Points out, quite rightly, that the chaos of austerity has been literally killing thousands since 2010, and that this was the plan of the Conservatives.

No-one else. Just that bunch of lowlives.

 

Haven’t been through his Twitter feed, but read the New Statesman article. Doesn’t implying austerity is a form of Brexit suggest that to support an actual Brexit is only going to bring more misery to those who can least afford to face it? And therefore all attempts should be made to prevent it happening?

 

The only people I’ve ever seen claim Labour had anything to do with austerity are those who seem to pin some of the blame on the Blair and Brown cabinets. When in fact the blame lies squarely with the Tories.

 

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Aye, there's a lot of truth to that.  You still had the other leadership contest 3 preaching austerity economics in 2015, it's not a myth that Labour has it within them.  Chris Leslie being case in point.

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And then we go back to Corbyn lot etc.

 

Would be an interesting vote if Laour under Corbyn could go up against the Tories on three bullet points tomorrow.

 

I have no doubt it will show the influence of the media over facts and self preservation

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