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The patriotic Nigel Farage who loves Britain so much doesn't want to stand for the UK parliament but would rather stay on the EU gravy train and claim a salary in the parliament he wants to abolish. He obviously doesn't want to lose for an 8th time....against a dolphin. What a chicken and conman he is.

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I know you love to pedal a good lie about costs but why not do yourself a solid and tell the truth?  Labour said the cost of the scheme is around 250 Billion but do you want to tell the folks how much tax payers money they actually intend to spend?
It's like your man crushes big red bus all over again.
 
It's going to be milk and honey under a Corbyn administration, money they won't have being spent left right and centre, the top 1% of income earners contribute 27% of the total income tax that will be dramatically cut, probably in half, and tax payers will be squeezed hard for more to lure voters into voting for them.
Abbott as home secretary and Momentum pulling Corbyns strings .. What could possibly go wrong
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18 minutes ago, Mario said:

It's going to be milk and honey under a Corbyn administration, money they won't have being spent left right and centre, the top 1% of income earners contribute 27% of the total income tax that will be dramatically cut, probably in half, and tax payers will be squeezed hard for more to lure voters into voting for them.
Abbott as home secretary and Momentum pulling Corbyns strings .. What could possibly go wrong emoji16.png

They never learn do they.Last time we had 13 years of debt.and then they have the audacity to blame the Tories for the austerity it caused.

Couldn't run a tap.

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3 hours ago, Regal Beagle said:

Is it £0.00?

Because they've already spent every £1 about 4 times over in whatever pie in the sky schemes they come up with in their manifesto?

I never ceased to be amazed how folk who voted for something that had clearly not been planned properly or costed properly or indeed had any tangible whatsoever attached to its campaign, who were happy with the big red bus and Niges poster of refugees suddenly become economic experts quickly able to do affordability checks against every idea Labour has...

It's hilarious just how Tory brainwashed some of you have become.

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1 hour ago, Mario said:

It's going to be milk and honey under a Corbyn administration, money they won't have being spent left right and centre, the top 1% of income earners contribute 27% of the total income tax that will be dramatically cut, probably in half, and tax payers will be squeezed hard for more to lure voters into voting for them.
Abbott as home secretary and Momentum pulling Corbyns strings .. What could possibly go wrong emoji16.png

Labour have always been a party of taxation.  Its what they do with that tax that makes the difference.

I see you still have a problem with Abbott though...

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53 minutes ago, For Us All said:

They never learn do they.Last time we had 13 years of debt.and then they have the audacity to blame the Tories for the austerity it caused.

Couldn't run a tap.

You keep ignoring the fact that the Tories have racked up more debt during "austerity" than Labour did during there 13 years.

You are another one hopelessly in love with Boris and his cheeky rich chums arent you kid.

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Labour have always been a party of taxation.  Its what they do with that tax that makes the difference.
I see you still have a problem with Abbott though...
Yes they get into debt very large amounts of debt, there would be no need for a Thatcher or May if they could get any where near balancing the books

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You don't have to be a Tory to realise that if you spend billions you don't have you have a problem.

Both parties are offering to spend billions...... the only thing they are buying is votes.

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37 minutes ago, Mario said:
1 hour ago, Nofinikea said:
Labour have always been a party of taxation.  Its what they do with that tax that makes the difference.
I see you still have a problem with Abbott though...

Yes they get into debt very large amounts of debt, there would be no need for a Thatcher or May if they could get any where near balancing the books

Yes but the Tories have borrowed more during "austerity"...

Why wont any of you Boris Lovers acknowledge that?  It's just completely bizarre.

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21 minutes ago, geosname said:

You don't have to be a Tory to realise that if you spend billions you don't have you have a problem.

Both parties are offering to spend billions...... the only thing they are buying is votes.

Debt is only a problem if you are unable to service it.

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1 hour ago, Nofinikea said:

You keep ignoring the fact that the Tories have racked up more debt during "austerity" than Labour did during there 13 years.

You are another one hopelessly in love with Boris and his cheeky rich chums arent you kid.

Yes,they have been trying to clean up another mess Labour left behind.

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27 minutes ago, For Us All said:

Yes,they have been trying to clean up another mess Labour left behind.

Biggest load of tosh that has ever been spouted and you buy it and swallow it whole.  9 years on and the borrowing keeps increasing despite slashing every public service there is to slash.  Despite shutting care homes, respite centres, libraries, police stations, the list is endless.  Yet you believe that this is because of the huge hole Labour left behind last time, you genuinely believe that.  I feel sorry for you as you clearly haven't the mental fortitude to see beyond this nonsense have you, it's a shame for you really, it really is kid.

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1 hour ago, Nofinikea said:

Debt is only a problem if you are unable to service it.

Debt is always a problem..... but not to worry both parties are going to balance the books... or cook the books..... depending on which side is looking.

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The Tories have borrowed more money, than every other Labour government combined, under Blair the debt was in the billions, now it`s in the trillions, despite all that austerity. working class people who vote tory, are like turkeys voting for christmas.

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5 hours ago, Nofinikea said:

I never ceased to be amazed how folk who voted for something that had clearly not been planned properly or costed properly or indeed had any tangible whatsoever attached to its campaign, who were happy with the big red bus and Niges poster of refugees suddenly become economic experts quickly able to do affordability checks against every idea Labour has...

It's hilarious just how Tory brainwashed some of you have become.

Labour have been doing it for decades that's why.

 

It's nothing new.

 

Look at their student loan lies last time round.

 

This time round it's a sprinkle of 4-day working week and we'll renovate your house for you.

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11 minutes ago, Regal Beagle said:

Labour have been doing it for decades that's why.

 

It's nothing new.

 

Look at their student loan lies last time round.

 

This time round it's a sprinkle of 4-day working week and we'll renovate your house for you.

And the big red bus?

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9 hours ago, ginge said:

The patriotic Nigel Farage who loves Britain so much doesn't want to stand for the UK parliament but would rather stay on the EU gravy train and claim a salary in the parliament he wants to abolish. He obviously doesn't want to lose for an 8th time....against a dolphin. What a chicken and conman he is.

Nigel Farage says he's all about democracy, yet cannot be voted for as an MP by the british public in this election and cannot be removed as party leader, yet wants to have all the influence and power with minimal responsibility. He's a coward. 

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3 hours ago, Nofinikea said:

Biggest load of tosh that has ever been spouted and you buy it and swallow it whole.  9 years on and the borrowing keeps increasing despite slashing every public service there is to slash.  Despite shutting care homes, respite centres, libraries, police stations, the list is endless.  Yet you believe that this is because of the huge hole Labour left behind last time, you genuinely believe that.  I feel sorry for you as you clearly haven't the mental fortitude to see beyond this nonsense have you, it's a shame for you really, it really is kid.

Borrowing has reduced every year bar one since the Conservatives were in power so you are not correct there.

 

The debt has increased if that's what you mean, but borrowing has decreased. The last year was one of the lowest levels of borrowing by a UK Government since 2001.

 

They came to power with borrowing figures sky rocketing and they've reduced the deficit massively.

 

It would be great if we could pay for a massive welfare state but if it's not affordable then what are we supposed to do?

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4 minutes ago, Nofinikea said:

And the big red bus?

Was a low ball estimate on the total amount of UK money controlled by the EU. A gross amount before any rebates were deducted (although we didn't have full control over how we spent the rebates).

The figure itself is completely accurate and is demonstrable by ONS and EU official sources. In fact this year that gross figure is much closer to £400m (I can't remember exactly, possibly around £390m).

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