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3 hours ago, Crazy Disco Party said:

What do you think of Jeremy, Ethan?

Don't know enough about the ins and outs of UK politics to say anything for sure, but I like his platform and I know the media and the centrists in his own party love to paint him as kind of a rube. 

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SCOTLAND

Labour opposes a second Scottish independence referendum. It is unwanted and unnecessary, and we will campaign tirelessly to ensure Scotland remains part of the UK. Independence would lead to turbo-charged austerity for Scottish families. The Scottish Parliament will receive a huge funding increase from our policies, and massive numbers of Scots will benefit from our plans in areas reserved to Westminster. We will establish a Scottish Investment Bank, with £20 billion of funds available to local projects and Scotland’s small businesses, creating work and stimulating the economy. We will set up an inquiry into blacklisting and will urge the Scottish Government to hold an inquiry into the actions of Scottish police during the miners’ strike.

 

And that's THAT.

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Corbyn launches ultra left-wing Labour manifesto with unprecedented £50BILLION tax bombshell to fund spending spree and wave of nationalisations

  • Jeremy Corbyn will vow to target the ‘tight-fisted’ rich as he launches manifesto
  • Will say they've pocketed ‘tax cuts and bumper salaries while millions struggled'
  • His plans include slashing threshold for 45p tax from £150,000 to just £80,000
  • The 1.5m middle-class workers would have to pay an extra £4.5bn in income tax

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4510280/Labour-launches-left-wing-manifesto-huge-tax-assault.html#ixzz4hEnHvNyv 

 

 

What an absolute bastard, eh?

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We do not need a million new homes. We need a million LESS people.

Corbyn's supporters seem to be children, students and snowflakes - those who earn nothing, contribute nothing but want everyone else to fund their future

Labour. Punishing success to reward life's failures. As usual. Taking the bread from the tables of those who've earned it, only to stuff it into the fat faces of those who haven't and never will.

 

No chance ...idiot

 

The Labour Party couldn't look after my dog properly , or my goldfish come to that , never mind our Country .

Horrible lycra cyclist, vegan, roasted seed eating left luvs.

Reminiscent of Chairman Mao with his little red book.

Again a failed communist manifesto rolled out by the wrongly named Labour party. Should be the leninist party.
 

Reads like a communist manifesto didnt work then wont work now. bye comrade corbyn

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