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    the use of CCTV which reduces the fear of crime and anti social behaviour Reply to Comment Tories Weak on Crime YouTube Video Vote Labour 2010 Comment on Douglas Alexander The Word of Mouth Campaign Video Douglas Alexander The Word of Mouth Campaign Video Douglas Alexander The Word of Mouth Campaign Every single day you are already showing that you are up for this fight As a Party we re having over 100 000 face to face conversations with voters every single week That s 3 times the number we were having in the run up to the 2005 General Election Reply to Comment Steph Comment on 13 Years of Labour Political Video 13 Years of Labour Political Video Remember this Reply to Comment jamie stewart Comment on Political Parties Video Thank you for posting this they are a shower how anyone thinks labour has been good for this country needs to watch it one of my posts will tell you how the let my mother die due to a bed shortage thank you mr brown you have certainly helped my family how he sleeps at night i will never know Just to say thanks again David for the site and allowing us to express our feelings right or wrong Reply to Comment Political Videos Dave Comment on Political Parties Video Nice vid Steph just how can anyone justify voting Labour Vote Libdem vote for electoral reform the UK is in a minority in Europe of countries that still maintain this ludicrous voting seat winning system Once there is electoral reform eveyone posting here indicating i d vote xxxx but it s a wasted vote or it s Tory or Labour in my area so no point voting for something else or similar can vote as they wish knowing full

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  • Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting
    hope your hunting dogs get run over you faschis pig COME THE REVOLUTION Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting Las Anarquistas Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting Viva la Revolucion Reply to Comment Rachel Orr Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting I think this foxes thing sucks why are the government banning educational maitenance allowance poorer people in scotland need it for EDUCATIONAL REASONS CONSERVATIVE SUCK BRING BACK LABOUR DAVID CAMERON IS A RUBBISH PM Reply to Comment ffen Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting The hunting ban has made no difference in Wales where hunting continues unchanged and unchallenged Reply to Comment Hannah Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting This is actually rather hilarious and quite childish I don t want everyone to be Pro hunting it s entirely up to the individual what they choose to do with their life So those who do not live in the country side those who have never been hunting before are quite clearly uneducated on the subject and therefore should stay out the matter Obviously not everyone will ever be in agreement with each other but to have Hunting banned has brought about consequences for both parties involved in the ban Fact of the matter is that Foxes HAVE to be culled not all of them that s not at all our aim but to keep the numbers steady anyway foxes can still withstand a seventy percent loss to their population and with in a year have recovered to their original numbers However now hunting with Hounds has been banned they can only be used for flushing purposes therefore we have to shoot the foxes which without a doubt is a more effective way of culling them with hounds it more of a natural selection method if you like as the young fit healthy foxes always get away and that s fine because they re the ones that take rabbits and such like unlike unhealthy foxes that take young livestock and chickens I m only sixteen and I ve formed my own opinion on common sense I could go on it is done for a reason Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting Costa Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting Fox hunting is cruel and barbaric anyone agains t it should sign here http www backtheban com If this was made clear in their manifesto I would have voted for a different party Reply to Comment jjdjsjaskljkdjkqjd Comment on Fox hunting is beneficial for the people and animals of the countryside Fox hunting is beneficial for the people and animals of the countryside I bet your from the city have you ever been fox hunting Fox hunting is beneficial for the people and animals of the countryside and what you dont know is that its actually not cruel and cannot be proved

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  • Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting
    Fox Hunting The poll showing that 70 of people in the uk disagree with fox hunting is probably very accurate but if you took a poll of people who live in rural areas and see the outcome it will probably be 70 for hunting This ban affects these people so why are we not polling them first The people that support fox hunting aren t toff s and eton boys that you all seem to think they are they are farmers farm labourers breeders trainers and people who have lived in the countryside and experience rural life Most of them are actually quite poor The idyll of the country gent riding out in a top hat and red coat is a bit of a myth at least in modern times I am neither pro nor anti hunting I just believe that people should be allowed to decide whether things affect them or not and have a voice Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting David Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting That s an interesting argument on pro fox hunting I disagree with you believing 70 of rural areas would vote yes to fox hunting but would generally agree with your point that foxes are more of an issue for rural areas compared to the country as a whole If there was a rural only poll I m sure there would be less voting against the ban though not as many as 70 not everyone living in rural areas are farmers I think what you are doing is mixing a blood sport fox hunting with dogs with people on horses wearing red jackets for fun it s not primarily pest control it s a blood sport And farmers controlling the fox population in the odd problem area to protect their livelihood rightly so as well I personally have no problem with a farmer protecting his livelihood and he has the option to shoot any foxes that are killing his stock I quite like to see a fox in the countryside in fact I quite like to see them in our towns as well we occasionally see a fox pass by outside we live in a town and they don t cause any harm in a town no more than a cat I admit it I like foxes The hunting ban is not about stopping a farmer protecting his chickens I quite like chickens as well especially on a Sunday around lunch time it s about stopping a barbaric blood sport that the majority of British people do not like Those for keeping this blood sport argue the foxes are killed humanely the dogs are supposed to break the spine of the foxes with a single bite Those against fox hunting argue foxes killed by hounds are found with their insides ripped out but with no killer spinal bite suggesting the fox suffered unnecessarily during the actual kill Those pro fox hunting argue

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  • Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting
    comes to voting for them I would spend time going through your list to explain why I feel you may be incorrect in some of your assumptions but I do not feel gifted enough to be able to put a point across in a way that you would understand as I can only come up with one category I would class you in 1 Moron and that therefore is why it could be a complete waste of time trying remotely to have a discussion with you on certain issues However if mummy and daddy had been richer they would have arranged to provide you with a sounder education as the one you have clearly has not worked Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting Gio Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting Francis believe it or not most reasonable people do not want to be associated with something that is violent There are humane ways to deal with most things why do you feel that any violence is required to prove a point Your point about wrapping children in cotton wool is one that does ring true in certain aspects and it is important that children are aware of where their food comes from and how we produce it We also seem to have become more of a claim culture whereby eveyone else is to blame for things but ourselves and we are always looking for payouts however this particular trend is more American in theme so hardly a commie philosophy Your point on fox hunting is odd by protesting against are you saying people are weak In that case seeing as fox hunting was banned do you believe the weak are now strong having defeated the likes of people with your attitude and it is they that hold the reins Also a long time ago I will hark back to the good old days of the British Empire as that is where your mentality appears to lie slavery helped this country to flourish I assume you are saddened that that particular tradition also died Traidtions and ways of life have changed through the ages and mankind has adapted if you want Britain to be a country all controlling and powerful throughout the world with no morals with regards to using violence then you may be better moving abroad to some tin pot country under dictatorship that keeps their poeple in place as that is what you seem to wish to do to a majority of the population in this country Oops but then they would not be democratic they could even be commies Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting Peter Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting David Is wrong on three counts 1 The only unbiased opinion poll about hunting showed that 59 OPPOSED an outright ban on hunting 2 Hunting can be extremely effective as a means of controlling foxes David should

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  • The bigger picture.
    means that ultimately it is doomed It may take a hundred years David Cameron is a clever politician He knows that to repeal the hunting ban or to even try but fail will lead to him being a one term prime minister This explains his nonchalant mood when he has spoken about the matter recently Labour were a down and out party at the last general election Gordon Brown was a man who just wanted to get the hell out of there Yet still the conservatives could not win Conservative MPs are now beginning to change their stance on hunting so i don t think we need fear it being made legal again Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co uk 1 hi programmes the daily politics 7949104 stm from the Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election UK General Election Hung Parliament Should the Government Ban the Islam4UK Wootton Bassett March Poll Conservative Policies Conservative

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Immigration Policy
    stop search detain and prosecute the terrorists traffickers and illegal immigrants who currently slip through the net Only then will we be able to start making Britain safer Conservative Party Immigration Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Immigration aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s Immigration policies in the comments below 2 responses to Conservative Policies Conservative Immigration Policy Previous 1 2 3 Johnpaul Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Immigration Policy I think immigration control is good but the conservatives need to assess it in detail The economically productive people on the point based system play an excellent role in uks economy but the conservatives are missing out students who have studied and got skills in uk Their life is made difficult to be able to switch in country so that the uk may benefit from them Some end up leaving the country and brain drain effect comes as a result We all know students use this route as a scam but one needs to assess both sides of the impact and obtain an excellent outcome so think hard or consult people in the system than rely on consulations from business consultants who hardly know anything and ways how people live here Fighting immigration needs people who have been through the system coz they know the loopholes continue lying the british public that your reducing immigration not knowing your increasing it by bringing in unlimited EU nationals who are entitled to public funds thats all i have for this lousy policy Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Immigration Policy Dipayan Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Immigration Policy Pointless arbitrary and only affecting a minority of UK migrants Theresa May s plan seems more like a political ploy to show

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Europe Policy
    the benefits of being in the EU Reply to Comment Tory Chris Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Europe Policy Same old they They took are Jobs someone wake me up when a BNP member says something new Reply to Comment UK Forever Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Europe Policy Ok Tory Chris Maybe you can tell me what is so brilliant about the Tories as nobody else seems to have a clue Reply to Comment Tory Chris Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Europe Policy Like the BNP say to me UKF have you actually read the policies You only need to read the BNP stuff to know it s junk So try reading the Tory policies although I think it would be wasted anyway as you are obviously so sucked in by the BNP you won t see any other side anyway Reply to Comment UK Forever Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Europe Policy I have read there policies but I didn t ask you about there policies I asked you what you thought was so brilliant about the Tories as nobody else seems to have a clue because I as far as I am concerned they are not worth the paper they are written on So please educate me as I am obviously missing something What is so brilliant about the Tories Reply to Comment Tory Chris Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Europe Policy Ah what you really mean is you can t find anything to argue about in them so you try a different tack Well lets just say EVERYONE with a brain knows that we need to deal with the Debt we have in this country and the Tory policies harsh YES need to be enacted in order to get that debt down the BNP website has no policy on debt reduction in the policy section But rather than waste my time trying to convert the sucked in that will do because the X Factor is more interesting than talking to BNP supporters Conservative Policies Conservative Europe Policy terence Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Europe Policy its the policies of the lib lab con that got us into the mess we are in today or has that not penetrated yet we are bailing out there friends in the Banks Brown gave our gold reserve to his brother they have committed murder filled their pockets gave our taxes away impoverished us we will soon be going down below India in our credit rating DO YOU NO WHAT THAT MEANS they have flooded the country with invaders 1 5 million an hour to the unelected E U i could go on but why with people like you the penny will never drop you will never see the wood for the trees i despair with your short sightedness join the resistance join the BNP Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Europe Policy terence Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Europe Policy wait till they take your job and you loose your

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Crime and Justice Policy
    release before the maximum point will be conditional on the prisoner s behaviour and progress in prison We will also legislate to create a presumption that anyone convicted of knife crimes will receive a prison sentence We cannot tackle crime unless we also address the causes of crime such as family breakdown drug abuse and binge drinking But the fight back starts with getting more police officers back on to the streets Only then can we begin to rebuild the safer communities we all want Conservative Party Crime and Justice Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Crime and Justice aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s Crime and Justice policies in the comments below 2 responses to Conservative Policies Conservative Crime and Justice Policy Previous 1 2 justathought Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Crime and Justice Policy We cannot tackle crime unless we also address the causes of crime such as family breakdown drug abuse and binge drinking i found it interesting reading this quote that within this list of causes there is no mention of the economic decline that has recently hit the country regardless of whether or not we are recovering from it there is undoubtedly a correlation and it could even be argued that it is a active factor in the aforementioned list which are very good examples of the social and self destructive patterns people adopt as a result of depression both mental and economical Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Crime and Justice Policy Ruth Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Crime and Justice Policy Now you are in power please step up to the bar and make some tangible change with regard to the balance of rights between offenders and victims I work within

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