Tag Archives: Labour’s Legacy

Well said Chris Macfarlane‎

Economic Cycles and the ignorance of basic economics. An Economic cycle generally lasts three to five years, to put it layman’s terms its lie a huge liner at full speed, you change the crew but it takes a long time … Continue reading

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Iraqi Christians Leave Mosul

The last of the Iraqi Christian families in Mosul have left to Kurdistan after being expelled by ISIS. Mosul, Iraq is now devoid of Christians for the first time in 1500 years.

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Labour’s Illness Tax

Not only did Labour bring in the Bedroom Tax, they also brought in the Illness Tax as part of their privatisation of our once precious NHS. Labour sold the hospitals and allowed their rich mates to tax people for being … Continue reading

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An Idea to raise funds for the NHS

Maybe the hospitals Labour sold should be sponsored, to help them get back some of the money, for instance Ipswich Hospital could be called the HSBC Hospital and Emergency unit, in honour of the company Labour sold it to

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Iain Duncan Smith is a hero of the working class.

Labour governments always implement policies that are designed to be irreversible. They do this so that when they get back in office they can carry on from where they left off. This is done to eventually bring about a socialist … Continue reading

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Ellesmere’s latest waffle.

Today some bloke who wants to be MP for Ipswich claims that UCS is there because of New Labour. In an obvious attempt to sound like a moderate Blairite instead of the MilliCluskeyite left winger that he is he claims … Continue reading

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How Labour helped their rich friends

Labour’s rich mates made huge profits after rapidly selling on state school and hospital projects shortly after finishing them, despite being awarded long-term contracts. The chair of the Commons Public Accounts Committee, Margaret Hodge, pretended to be disgusted by her … Continue reading

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9 years old and about to marry

We’ve just learned that any minute now, the Iraqi Council of Representatives will vote to legalise Forced Child Marriage1. The specifics of the legislation (part of the Jaafari Personal Status Law) are terrifying: There will no longer be a minimum … Continue reading

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A Budget for Older People

The budget is a budget for older people giving help for pensioners and savers. Older people can also enjoy a pint or go out and play Bingo instead of staying at home getting lonely. What did Labour do for older … Continue reading

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Well said Richard Misson

From Facebook. When Blair was Prime Minister, he kept banging on about the economy and then scoffing at the idea that the Tories left them the strong economy, claiming it as all New Labour’s doing and they were still at … Continue reading

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