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Why does Labour use Poverty as a Weapon?

One of the most callous and cruel things about Labour, is the way they weaponise poverty. The last Labour government callously created a benefit dependent underclass so they could tell them that they must vote Labour to keep the benefits … Continue reading

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Labour’s Number One Priority

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Labour’s denial about the 2008 crash

Labour’s denial about its responsibility for the great crash of 2007/8 beggars belief. The Conservative opposition at the time issued clear warnings about the dangers, according to evidence documented by John Redwood MP Here John Redwood says Labour are reissuing … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn for Labour Leader

The best person to lead the Labour party is undoubtedly Jeremy Corbyn. To get on the ballot he needs to find 35 supporters in Westminster. It is clear that Labour’s grass root members and supporters who have paid £3.00 to … Continue reading

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More Labour Mismanagement of the NHS

Drastic action has been taken following the publication of a damning report into the mistreatment and neglect of patients at Tawel Fan in Wales. From here. It comes following the publication of a damning report into the “appalling” and “shocking” … Continue reading

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SNP and Labour Play Musical Chairs

The Telegraph reports that the SNP is threatening a major escalation in its battle over a Commons front bench after branding Labour’s refusal to hand over the seats “absolutely pathetic”. It is understood the leadership is willing to order MPs … Continue reading

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Death to the Labour Party

The Labour Party has done some fine things for this country over the past 115 years, but now its raison d’être and its chances of office are gone, it really should consider joining the Country Party and the Whigs in … Continue reading

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