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Labour 'rising star' Rebecca Long-Bailey
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https://order-order.com/2017/05/14/long-...questions/
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You forgot to link the clips with Fallon admitting he loves Assad or Jeremy Hunt explaining why the NHS cant manage its computer systems.

Of course you could like a clip of May discussing her policies, if one existed.

Other than that, top post.
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(05-15-2017, 08:21 AM)Montserratbaggie Wrote: [Image: C_ziXFIXUAQGIDy.jpg]

Interestingly Wentworth Woodhouse does not belong to the wife of Jacob Rees Mogg, neither has it belonged to her family since 1948. Other than that, carry on.

FACTS are important old chap. Even inconvenient ones.

A quick study of the history of the house and estate also reveals the nastier side of post war Socialism. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wentworth_Woodhouse
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But the point about Conservative wasting of tax payers mnoey is relevant.

Cast your mind back to the 2010 election, the Conservatives or more accurately Michael Gove had a pet vanity project, the introduction of free schools. The mater was debated, but save for one issue how much would it cost (never ask a conservative how they will pay for their taxpayer funded vanity projects, such talk is vulgar and discourteous).

Seems the answer was quite high, particularly for children who now are in class sizes in the mid 30s, because the DofE, directed resources to areas where they were not needed . Factor in the problem that much of the land purchased to build free schools on, was bought at an above market value cost. But no matter its what Michael wanted, so its what Michael got - who can put a price on Michael's happiness.

Not the only vanity project that has ended up costing the taxpayer. IDS's universal benefit, running cost to date £7bn, not yet implemented. Given IDS is not in the Govt now, probably will be quietly shelved. Sssh don't tell anyone, wouldn't want the wider electorate to find out that the Conservatives were both spendthrift and imcompetent.

Could also mention at this stage, Zac Goldsmith wasting everyone's money and time on an unnecessary by election. A man of principle you say, so why is he standing again for the party who will introduce another runway at Heathrow, if he was so against it. Mind you not the only Conservative who wasted taxpayers money on vanity project by elections, step forward David Davis, Mark Reckless and Douglas Carswell

Mind you the party leader doesn't come out of this too well either. You would have thought she could have arranged the General election to fall on the same day as the council elections, that would have saved money and a whole lot of inconvenience to the public. But no she didn't arrive at the conclusion we needed a General Election until it was too late for that to happen. Everyone else had mind. What a ditherer, doesn't bode well for the EU negotiations. We may be offered a great deal, May will only realise it 6 months after everyone else, by which time it may no longer be o the table
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Governments of all hues spend far too much money. You won't find me arguing with that.

Empty the bins and leave us alone is an excellent maxim IMO.
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(05-15-2017, 09:38 AM)Protheroe Wrote: Governments of all hues spend far too much money. You won't find me arguing with that.

Empty the bins and leave us alone is an excellent maxim IMO.

Because life is that simple.
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(05-14-2017, 05:55 PM)Heath Wrote: You forgot to link the clips with Fallon admitting he loves Assad or Jeremy Hunt explaining why the NHS cant manage its computer systems.

Of course you could like a clip of May discussing her policies, if one existed.

Other than that, top post.

Except you clearly don't grasp that my post is clearly about her inability, not her policy choices or alliances.

Can you explain how an attack affected organisations in 150 countries is Hunt's fault? Can you tell me how much certain NHS trusts spent on art last year compared to IT security? That Hint's fault?

Have you missed the interviews May has done or are you too busy screaming 'Nasty Tories' at the TV to hear?

If I wanted to go down the route of alliances I could have posted McDonnell speaking beneath the flag of the Soviet Union (which millions died under), McDonnell admitting his Marxism,  Corbyn with Assad, McDonnell wanting IRA 'fighters' to be honoured, Corbyn inviting IRA bombers into Parliament, Corbyn standing to mourn dead IRA members or calling racist, anti-semitic groups Hamas and Hezbollah his 'friends'. 

One hell of a can of worms you've opened, 'ay' (sic.) it?

(05-15-2017, 09:31 AM)Shabby Russian Wrote: But the point about Conservative wasting of tax payers mnoey is relevant.

Cast your mind back to the 2010 election, the Conservatives or more accurately Michael Gove had a pet vanity project, the introduction of free schools. The mater was debated, but save for one issue how much would it cost (never ask a conservative how they will pay for their taxpayer funded vanity projects, such talk is vulgar and discourteous).

Seems the answer was quite high, particularly for children who now are in class sizes in the mid 30s, because the DofE, directed resources to areas where they were not needed . Factor in the problem that much of the land purchased to build free schools on, was bought at an above market value cost. But no matter its what Michael wanted, so its what Michael got - who can put a price on Michael's happiness.

Not the only vanity project that has ended up costing the taxpayer. IDS's universal benefit, running cost to date £7bn, not yet implemented. Given IDS is not in the Govt now, probably will be quietly shelved. Sssh don't tell anyone, wouldn't want the wider electorate to find out that the Conservatives were both spendthrift and imcompetent.

Could also mention at this stage, Zac Goldsmith wasting everyone's money and time on an unnecessary by election.  A man of principle you say, so why is he standing again for the party who will introduce another runway at Heathrow, if he was so against it. Mind you not the only Conservative who wasted taxpayers money on vanity project by elections, step forward David Davis, Mark Reckless and Douglas Carswell

Mind you the party leader doesn't come out of this too well either. You would have thought she could have arranged the General election to fall on the same day as the council elections, that would have saved money and a whole lot of inconvenience to the public. But no she didn't arrive at the conclusion we needed a General Election until it was too late for that to happen. Everyone else had mind. What a ditherer, doesn't bode well for the EU negotiations. We may be offered a great deal, May will only realise it 6 months after everyone else, by which time it may no longer be o the table

You could also mention the £12bn Labour 'invested' in an NHS IT project so flawed it had to be abandoned.
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(05-15-2017, 05:07 PM)Derek Hardballs Wrote:
(05-15-2017, 09:38 AM)Protheroe Wrote: Governments of all hues spend far too much money. You won't find me arguing with that.

Empty the bins and leave us alone is an excellent maxim IMO.

Because life is that simple.

Indeed it is.
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(05-15-2017, 09:38 AM)Protheroe Wrote: Governments of all hues spend far too much money. You won't find me arguing with that.

Empty the bins and leave us alone is an excellent maxim IMO.

It won’t happen in Jeremy's 70's Britain utopia though will it.
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