Or you can carry on voting for Bliar. We could adopt the Euro so we won't incur commission charges while sending our taxes to Brussels. I see that he hasn't actually crossed one of his so-called 'red lines' yet. Just dabbled a toe over it to the tune of £800 million. You could also renegotiate your employment contract for food, fuel and housing stamps so we won't have to pay for ever increasing schemes to divert wage packets to the govt treasury. 63 to date, another 28 planned. It'll be cheaper and more painless in the long run. No need for a passport office as a Polish driving license should be good enough. Let's face it. He's admitted that we have lost control of a significant proportion of our immigration policy to Brussels. I just wonder what he's signed over that HASN'T admitted to yet.
If he thought the British public would agree to it why does he sign things in secret? Cameron my be bland but he isn't the morally bankrupt void that Blair is.
"You want loyalty? ......get a dog!"
This is weird. I'm turning 21 in the next 2 weeks, and for the first time in my life, the Conservatives seem like the sensible option. This has got to be first time since the late seventies/early eighties that they've actually had a party leader who seems capable of leading a nation. Never thought i'd say this, but if Tony breaks his promise to leave before the next election, I reckon i might possibly be putting a tick beside the name of a Tory.
Get Real tbh, the conservatives will always be the same,, look at yesterdays annoucement regarding the NHS, the total opposite on what the same man but forward not to long ago, the guys is an idiot, but then again most politicians are, but i cant see the torys getting in power any time in the near future, so i think were all safe(ish) .... for now anywayOriginally Posted by Oresa
David Cameron is reading from tony blairs playbook and going for the centre ground.
Hopefully he will turn out to be a socialist leading a tory party just as Tony has turned out to be a capitalist leading a socialist party.
I could well vote for him, they cant be any worse than labour.
I personally think that this country is in far better hand under Labour, rather than the Torys, but then again they are all as bad as each other, all after one thing and that would be "MONEY", money for people like druggies, asylum seekers and people who generally give no contributions of any sort for the good of the country, i dont begrudge paying taxes as we do it for good reason, but then they waste it on pointless projects and people who are just downright lazy and can be arsed to get a job, and would rather spend there dole money on drink or drugs. my friend couldnt get a house from the cousil because we was working, and wasnt an asylum seeker. ...... rediculas
Safe under labour? Sorry but I have to disagree. For starters look to the future when their policies will really take hold. When your pension is a fraction of what it should be but for £7 billion a year taken from pension funds. When we live in a society where it has become so expensive to live that the poorest really are poor and the hard working get nothing because they have to pay for everything else that has gone wrong as a result of this govts insane spending policies.
They all but destroyed the telecoms industry in 2002-3 with their money grabbing tactics.
I just got back to UK. It now costs me £4 more to fill my car fuel tank than it did 9 months ago when I left. The list can go on. More than 60 new taxes under this govt. More parliamentary time devoted to a ban on hunting with dogs forced through with the parliamentary act than was given to our woeful transport system, the state of our health system, the immigration farce, crime etc put together. I know what I would rather have at the top of the list of priorities and it's not how people choose to kill vermin!!
"You want loyalty? ......get a dog!"
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