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  • Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll?
    the end of the Tories for much longer than the last 12 years if they even attempted to remove it I have decided that if the Tories get elected this year and it looks like they will I will actually join the party and campaign from within to make sure they don t even attempt to remove the minimum wage Reply to Comment Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll Sarah in the Desert Comment on Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll Good for you Stand by your principles Personally I would make people take responsibility for themselves as far as the NHS are concerned If you drink and smoke like a trooper then you should contribute to the cost of your lung and liver transplants If you are hugely obese apart from genuine thyroid problems you should contribute towards the cost of treating your Type 2 diabetes and associated problems I notice in the press recently that people admitted to hospital with alcohol related problems will be fined and made to pay so that s a start Reply to Comment Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll As much as it goes against what I believe I actually agree Sarah in some cases where the illnesses are self inflicted i e Drug Users Drink etc then they should be sanctioned in some way My partner gets 100 free prescription due to being type one Diabetic which is inherited I tend to agree in cases like that but for people who cause the problems themselves then I believe they should pay some kind of fee and I say that as a smoker Also I would suggest probably be shot for this but people like me on a decent income should have either private health cover or have some kind of insurance policy as in the US to cover medical costs I would be happy with a system like that Then NHS resources could be used where they are needed with everyone who can afford it paying something towards it as much as I like the system we have it could be put to better use than it currently is in terms of where the money goes Reply to Comment Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll rachel dyer Comment on Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll your the female version of adolf hitler well done Reply to Comment JimBo Comment on Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll rachel You seemed to recognise Adolf Hitler rather quickly Is he your uncle Reply to Comment David Comment on Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll I don t think the Conservatives would risk removing the national minimum wage for the reason you mention would be like

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  • Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election
    Freedom of Speech How can there be debate when people are frightened of saying what they think You can t say that someone will get offended and sue Or when objecting to government bureaucracy is now abusing the staff The situation has become so crazy that defending yourself and your family from burglars is now taking the law into your own hands Reply to Comment Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election David Comment on Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election I generally agree with you Political Correctness added to the poll I hope no one ever breaks into out home I have the philosophy if someone attacks my family physically or seriously threatens them they forfeit their right to life and it s my choice depending on the situation what I do with it If someone broke into my home and indicated using violence I would not take the risk of only trying to subdue them it s not worth the risk of hoping a person who is degenerate enough to break into your home while you are in it to not use violence against you and your family About 20 years ago one of my younger brothers who though not an awful person had criminal tendencies minor criminal activities and said if he got caught doing something wrong he d use violence to get away I was shocked and I wasn t exactly an upstanding member of society back then but that s one BIG step over the line David Reply to Comment Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election Howard White Comment on Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election I wont be voting Labour ever again I have two major issues with Gordon Brown 1 He is a coward and 2 He puts his own personal welfare and power before his party I say he is a coward because had he decided to call an election when he took charge of the Labour party he would have won there is no doubt in my mind He is obsessed with holding onto power personally we have witnessed this many times he has been ruthless with sackings and u turns when he thought he would be ousted I also personally think he will lose the general election mainly because he is a flawed insecure individual and has not learnt any lessons from those around him that try to advise him Dont get me wrong I have grave concerns about voting for Cameron but I am prepared to give him a go I dont care how wealthy he is or where he was educated quite frankly I would rather have someone who had a good education and has a knowledge of wealth and wealth creation in charge than some son of a Labour peer who has never worked a day in their life Reply to Comment Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election jamie stewart Comment on Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election Good for you Howard you forgot mr bliar and mandy they are all after their own ends i have never known such apathy in the country having travelled around the world a lot our standing in the world is not as our unelected prime minister says we are just in front the african nations brown says he saved the world from disaster did he in fact he and his henchmen are responsible for the situation we are in we need someone with some backbone to get us out of the mess we are in there is certainly not one in the labour party graduates going straight into government even to the front bench as can be seen by mr bean and his brother do not know what the wide world is like i feel that whoever gets in as long as its not a unite controlled parliament as they cant do any worse Reply to Comment Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election Helen Speed Comment on Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election I am tired of being a statistic rather than a human being with needs I cannot get help to go back to work because my situation would damage the statistics of the government agency put there to help me Schools fail pupils because they are given impossible stats to reach making it difficult to provide artistic and athletic activities which means kids aren t getting a well rounded education I have no idea who to vote for Really no idea Reply to Comment Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election The Vote That Dare Not Speak Its Name Comment on Your Top 5 Political Issues Poll and Who to Vote for in the Next General Election Here is a small polemic engendered by a desire to remind myself of some of the events of recent times that have infuriated me in time to help me cast my vote on 6th May I am a natural Labour Party supporter and was once a member but I now declare that I will never again vote Labour until all Blairite entryists have been purged and the party returned to its proper purpose that of being the political representatives of the organized working class I would also be much happier if the Conservative Party came clean about who it represents and if either of them says we want to represent everybody I will go and get a gun In the beginning when we were pulling out of the belt tightening and public sector

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  • Compulsory ID Cards, Good or Bad for Britain Poll?
    our civil liberties will the ID cards that the Labour party say won t be compulsory in the next parliament only be used for helpful things or is this the top of the slippery slope of more Big Brother in Britain will they for example be compulsory 10 years from now 2 responses to Compulsory ID Cards Good or Bad for Britain Poll Previous 1 2 Rodrigo Comment on Compulsory ID Cards Good or Bad for Britain Poll Against I grew up in a country with ID cards and loads of identification rules In this country you need ID cards for absolutely everything to pay with debit credit card for loans a new passport to pay by check to enter some buildings to walk on the street to get discounts etc truly everything and it has to be renewed every 10 years Results One of the most abusive police forces in the world it can stop and search you and send you into prison for not carrying your ID One of the highest levels of corruption and fraud in the world Very high levels of identity theft Discrimination due to marital status stated in the ID Cards Discrimination in the work place High levels of illegal immigration currently down thanks to all of the above an not ID cards Although the above are not created by ID cards these have done absolutely nothing to improve the situation if so only made it worse I am also against because They create a lot of wastage are expensive are invasive and finally because a good government trusts in the people no criminalise them we are in our majority good working people together for a better country Please stop this nonsense Great Britain was a desert island populated by immigrants Those against immigration in Britain are against the very principle that has made this lovely island a great place to live and to look after Reply to Comment Compulsory ID Cards Good or Bad for Britain Poll Johann Comment on Compulsory ID Cards Good or Bad for Britain Poll Guys having an ID book not card is not a bad thing We in South Africa have ID books but we NEVER have to carry it around like a big brother Nazi police state It is not like you have to present it to every cop on a street corner and show it whenever you want to buy bread I only ever have to show it when I go to the bank even then your drivers license card is sufficient I don t think Britain realises how it would help to track THOUSANDS of illegals living in Britain An ID book will never ever work against a citizen And besides what personal info can they have on the system Your name Last name and ID number It is not like they can track you every where you go Relax It is something that can work for you If you are in Britain legally off

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Universities and Skills Policy
    education system which used to be good has become so politicised by the marxists it fails our children long before they get to university I have said on other posts that because of the preponderance of immigrant children in most of our inner city schools too much time is being devoted to trying to teach them english With ever increasing changes to the curricula stopping the teaching of BRITISH history etc and promoting subjects such as citizenship whatever that is many of our children are leaving school WITHOUT the necessary skills in basics such as maths english As for degrees what the hell is the use of a degree in media studies or social science teach real science qualfications that are relevant in the REAL world Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Universities and Skills Policy Abdullah Erkas Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Universities and Skills Policy I don t believe that teaching history has gone away from the teachings of British history I should know I do GCSE history We learn about prisons suffragettes Tollpuddle Martyrs and WW1 and WW2 If this isn t British history then what is Citizenship is and isn t important because at GCSE its equivalent to half therefore no one really takes any interest in it however citizenship teaches a lot about the economy environmental issues communities ect It builds on team work and tolerance of different ethnic backgrounds therefore an important subject and a significant subject in teaching us about what goes on in our society today If you don t know what social science is then why comment on it because if you take away social science then what would you have to teach at schools Social science is subjects like Law History Geography Psychology politics ect Basically the theory subjects and I don t think teaching goes away from the real science because its a core subject and one heavily concentrated on To understand what really goes on in the education system its s not enough to be a parent you have to be the student teacher governor ect Finally I believe teachers should have the power to discipline students effectively and fairly so the disruptions don t effect the learning of others because I have to say as a student we have a lot of power Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Universities and Skills Policy SL Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Universities and Skills Policy K Williams You complain about children in schools taking up the teachers time teaching them English leaving British kids to flounder However I attended a school where none of the children in my classes were immigrants and yet a great number of those poor old forgotten Brits left school with no qualifications and in general made their teachers lives a misery when they bothered to turn up You cannot blame immigrants for children screwing up there education Quite frankly I have known far more immigrants with better English and ambition than the British Reply

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  • General Election 2010 Economy Polls
    the same as me with the Tories recent economic plans like giving tax breaks for married people is DUMB while we have such a massive debt I m not one for squeezing every penny out of the people but in the hard times ahead rewarding marriage and I m married and I assume I ll benefit should not be a priority Seems like a cheap election vote puller rather than a serious economic policy The priority should be getting as many people to work as possible and reducing our debt Did make me laugh when one of the news outlets took a detailed look at the Tories plans to stop benefits for benefit cheats convicted of fraud 3 times Guess how many benefits cheats have been prosecuted 3 times Yes you guessed it ZERO NON NIL POINTS That would mean this policy would cost money to bring into legislation and manage Even if they included benefit cheats convicted twice there s only 68 people who it would have affected so far Vince Cable the Lib Dems is doing really well he does come across as really trustworthy I m not sure why though David Reply to Comment General Election 2010 Economy Polls Paul Comment on General Election 2010 Economy Polls It would be difficult to trust the labour party on the economy Their performance has been lax and unbelievably expensive So their track record under Gordon s management and with the current chancellor is discouraging Politicians in the house of commons whatever their governmental position are commoners They are not supposed to be necessarily experienced Experience is the job of the civil service and the upper house Lords Having said that the other parties who oppose Labour give me no reason to trust them either except that Vince Cable seems to have a cohesive and sensible policy which supports us ordinary mortals That is the nearest I can come to trust for now Sadly our British system does not give any voter the opportunity to vote on such individual different issues yet So on the basis of the economy I would have to choose Liberal Overall on the basis of trusting MPs at all I would have to spoil my vote Sad Reply to Comment General Election 2010 Economy Polls David Comment on General Election 2010 Economy Polls I wish the people of this island would realise we are not the world power we once were We need a voice in the future and that should be in Europe a central player not on the edges Get rid of tridant have proportional representation I sound like a Liberal but I am not I do not trust Tories with people dying on trollies in hospitals police numbers at an all time low I remember them well Labour did some good things with the Tories voting against Independance for the Bank Of England Min Wage many employers forcasting job gloom and doom something like business today over NI increases The liberals offer

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  • Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting
    again we ll inevitably get a ban fox hunting petition and it will not be hard to get 5 of people to vote on a ban fox hunting petition Will this mean in the space of one parliament the Conservatives will both remove the ban on fox hunting and then because the people don t want fox hunting ban fox hunting again David Cameron also said we ll be able to vote against a rise in our council tax Hmm anyone here want their council tax to go up Bloody stupid idea and there is no way they will allow us to stop tax rises etc because 5 of us don t like something 1 responses to Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting Previous 1 6 7 8 Paul Reeves Comment on The bigger picture The bigger picture Any movement towards or away from fox hunting will be slow and take place over many many years Looking at the bigger picture it seems that the tide is moving only one way towards a more compassionate society and away from animal persecution The fox hunting ban was just one small step in this direction irrespective of whether it works or not Last year i heard for the first time the question asked in Spain is bull fighting right or wrong Just the first step but it 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

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  • Labour Policies : Labour Animal Welfare Policy
    which they are responsible are met while creating a new criminal offence of failing to provide for the needs of an animal Introduced pet passports allowing you to take your pet abroad in the EU without the need for quarantine The Tory Threat The Conservatives are committed to giving the Commons a free vote to repeal the ban on hunting with dogs David Cameron has made clear that he personally opposes the ban and wants to see it scrapped Labour Party Animal Welfare Policy http www labour org uk animal welfare policy I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Labour s animal welfare policies in the comments below 7 responses to Labour Policies Labour Animal Welfare Policy David Comment on Labour Policies Labour Animal Welfare Policy Although I care about animal welfare since I see how we treat animals as a glimpse into how caring our society is animal welfare is not top of my list for voting for a political party during the 2010 general election That being said I agree with 90 of what Labour has achived since it came into power hunting down a fox with a packs of dogs is barbaric there are far more humane wasy to deal with foxes that are killing farm animals IF that is the reason for hunting them David Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Animal Welfare Policy Ashleigh Comment on Labour Policies Labour Animal Welfare Policy i think that is quit right David Reply to Comment K williams Comment on Labour Policies Labour Animal Welfare Policy Strange isn t it David all our bleeding heart tree huggers go on about the cruelty barbarism of foxhunting but not ONE peep out of them about the cruelty barbarism of halal butchery where the animal isn t stunned prior to killing but left to bleed to death in agony which can take several minutes I wonder why Is it because they are scared of their OWN throats being cut by some muslim fanatic for daring to oppose one of their religious demands Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Animal Welfare Policy rose Comment on Labour Policies Labour Animal Welfare Policy i think we still need to focus on owners of pets i am a dog and cat owner i was so unaware about how many people are so unaware about how to treat their animals until i became one i am not necesarily talking about underfeeding and beating but also the pooing in the streets lack of cleaning up and the lack of obedience in general if people are going to own animals they should be liscenced and have to take basic obedience training especially with dogs i see so many people being dragged arounf extreme amounts of fouling and a general understanding about how they should behave its not on PS why do we not have adverts about dog fouling and the dangers i have reported one case where this family let their dog foul where

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  • Labour Policies : Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy
    immigrant commits fraud they can t claim benefits so the majority must be working I find it hard to believe they are ALL fiddling the system David Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy G Curtis Rosie G Comment on Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy David An illegal immigrant is called illegal because he is illegal That means he has committed an illegal act and people who have committed illegal acts used to be called criminals put on trial and if guilty punished in some way You want to bend these rules and reward those who already show such disrespect for our laws For why So you can be seen as supporting the Labout party who caused all the problem in the first place You are one of the insulated ones and there are none so blind as those who will not see Vote BNP Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy David Comment on Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy Are you suggesting when someone has broken the law immigration law in this case they should not be considered for a second chance People make mistakes it s part of the human condition David Reply to Comment Sarah Comment on Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy Depends on the crime rape and murder no I wouldn t care where they were from I would happily drop them off at the nearest airport Shoplifting to feed their family I can sympathise with that If you give someone hospitality and the chance to live in peace you must be some kind of moron to abuse that by committing violent crime Reply to Comment David Comment on Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy If the majority of the 3 4 of a million illegal immigrants were fiddling the system it should be really easy to find them 3 million unemployed 3 4 of a million immigrants claiming fraudulently therefore about 1 in 4 unemployed people are illegal immigrants should be easy to round them all up when they sign on The reality is most illegal immigrants must be working as otherwise they d starve to death as they can not claim benefits legally David Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy Ali Samir Comment on Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy Labour is good atleast it has not increased taxes to kill its own people in england But tories would i think do that Conservative is only for rich people Recession is Global Dillema and its getting fine with a time Tories have no substantial plans for it Inernational Studengts who contribute 8 5 Billion to the UK economy Tories are gonna block them with strict laws who would come here infront of other ideal competitors like australia canada and US Immigration is needed here but controlled with out that UK cant go ahead with world who would do that construction work part time jobs etc Alot

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