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  • Labour Policies : Labour Building Schools Policy
    and 2011 alone Around 4 000 schools and tens of thousands of classrooms have been newly built rebuilt or largely refurbished thanks to our 53 billion of capital investment over the last 12 years There are now 121 BSF schools open with the first Primary Capital Programme schools open this term on top of a decade of local authority run building projects and the expanding Academy programme and we are committed to rebuilding or refurbishing the entire secondary school estate and half of all primary schools I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on UK Labour Party s Building Schools policies in the comments below 4 responses to Labour Policies Labour Building Schools Policy Sp3ckled Jim Comment on Labour Policies Labour Building Schools Policy Communists Marxists all and every one of them Nation haters by birth and destroyers of everything a nation s people look up to with pride and heritage Reply to Comment K williams Comment on Labour Policies Labour Building Schools Policy If many of the illegals unwanted immigrants returned home with their huge families we would not need to build more schools some of the money could be used to improve the current ones ensure OUR children get a GOOD UNPOLITICISED education without resorting to politically correct marxist curricula such as the stopping of teaching BRITISH history in favour of rubbish such as citizenship whatever that means Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Building Schools Policy Abdullah Erkas Comment on Labour Policies Labour Building Schools Policy Citizenship and history are two different subjects why can t no one actually see this I am a GCSE History student and at school I learn about prison reform WW1 and WW2 Jack The Ripper Suffragettes TollPuddle Martyrs ECT If that isn t British history then tell me what is becuase I am really interested to hear your views Reply to Comment rose Comment on Labour Policies Labour Building Schools Policy education needs to focus more on raising standards in learning dramatically too many new subjects are brought in for pupils to take on especially during their gsce s it is impossible for them to cope and achieve a good sound knowledge base for their future exams etc have been repeatedly watered down over the years that children really do not have the essential skills to go to work with there is far too much emphasis on entertaining these children in class since when should we compete with a tv program to ensure they learn since when should the children get the say on what should be taught overall it may appear that we are getting better results but this is an illusion we are teaching children to be dumbed down and these are the children who will be teaching and working in our future and raising others on top of that there is far too much pandering to their behaviour people in and out of schools have little rights towards children misbehaving if we do try

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  • Labour Policies : Labour Crime and Justice Policy
    will go rite down the pan he agrees so much he wants to vote for more of it what a laugh the wife and i just die laughing at is silly comments every one can see rite through him he blows with the wind to befriend you tries to look reasonable then tries to foiste r himself on you as a reasonable person all the while we see his real agenda he is a left wing stooge a troll for the uaf vote BNP can you see a reason not to What do we owe the upper class bulling ton boys the war mongers the thieves the liers we owe them nothing VOTE BNP to end this tyrrany Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy Not at all Terence becuase the Tory Soverienty Bill gives me everything I need that the BNP policiy doesn t offer AT ALL So I will be sticking with my Tory vote Reply to Comment terence Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy no point in talking policies with you then what a cowardly cop out VOTE BNP for Country children future Reply to Comment VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy 1st your ask what policies I like then you say it s a cop out when I tell you a specific policy idea I like And you wonder why people can t take you seriously Terence what a BLEATING yes I said i again because it s a free country and the words belong to us all BNP DRONE yes I said DRONE Reply to Comment terence Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy The words in the English language are ours to use so why not use them instead of plagiarizing mine i dont mins if you are white and indigenousness to the land what gives you the selfritious pomposity to say you have no problem with the whites how long have you been here where do you originate from i find that comment very offensive Reply to Comment terence Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy i would like you to give me a brake down of what encourages you to vote Tory you never no you might just persuade me Doubt it though i have had enough of them do not believe a word they say Sorry nice to hear why you still trust them though but i need more than the sovereignty bill thats says nothing to me as a none political animal just a voter who has had enough of the lib lab con as my friends and family are at the sharp end not in the 68 4 btax bracket like your lucky selves we are in the no homes no jobs bracket Vote BNP Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy David Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy That took me a minute to figure out what the p d word was I d not seen this before reading your comment From the article at http www express co uk posts view 147699 Foreign criminals handed A35 000 taxpayer funded gift Details of the cashcard scheme were given to Parliament in a written answer by Immigration Minister Phil Woolas It applies to foreign offenders who are removed from the UK under the Facilitated Return Scheme which he said accounted for about a third of the 5 295 deported last year The scheme lets non European foreign prisoners volunteer to return to their home countries rather than wait to be deported by the UK Border Agency The Agency believes offering a greater amount of the support in cash encourages more foreign convicts to take up the offer of going home voluntarily Those eligible include people who have finished their sentences and are being detained solely under immigration rules It includes those who qualify for the Early Removal Scheme and leave before completing their sentences as well as non Europeans from countries with which the UK has a prisoner transfer arrangement Mr Woolas said Foreign nationals removed under this scheme will receive the equivalent of a discharge grant payable to British prisoners which is 46 This is paid on departure from the UK In addition to this a further sum of 454 on a pre paid card will be given on departure which is for use on arrival in the home country The cashpoint cards can be used by the former convicts within three months of returning home They are part of a package worth up to 3 000 for those who volunteer to go home at the end of their sentences or up to 5 000 for those who have served minimum tariffs and apply to leave before completing their jail terms Housing foreign criminals for crimes including murder and rape has cost the public 3 4billion since Labour came to power in 1997 The number of foreign nationals held in the overcrowded prisons of England and Wales has doubled in the last 10 years and they represent more than 14 per cent of inmates Last month the Daily Express revealed how taxpayers face a bill of more than 3 4million to encourage foreign criminals to go home The number taking up the offer of support in exchange for leaving has soared more than 60 per cent in the last year The payments are being made despite pledges by Prime Minister Gordon Brown to kick out law breaking foreigners automatically Last year 1 350 foreign criminals used the Facilitated Return Scheme getting assistance worth an average of 2 500 Mr Woolas last night insisted It saves money because foreign criminals are removed from jail or immigration detention often before their sentence ends Every day we can get them out of the country early saves taxpayers more than 100 a night in detention costs Last year we removed a record 5 400 foreign national prisoners Officials stressed that the amounts paid depended on each prisoner s circumstances Do I agree with the concept of rewarding criminals absolutely NOT Do I agree with saving tax payers money YES Does this save us money It would appear so if a prisoner is removed on average 25 or more days early from prison it should save money The average prisoner who took up this offer benefited by 2 500 each It costs us 100 per day to house a criminal therefore if we can remove a criminal at least 25 days earlier than waiting for their release date we ve saved money The question then is how much is this saving us per prisoner is it worth the associated negativity of rewarding criminals financially I don t like this but if it saves a lot of money That being said why can t we just remove foreign prisoners quicker without having to reward them financially What s stopping us right now and can those hurdles be removed I think most people reading this will agree deporting foreign criminals is a good idea and should certainly be encouraged The problem is paying them to leave Do we take the high moral ground and say NO WAY to rewarding criminals or think longer term the saved money could go to pensioners soldiers better services At least this policy appears to save the country money unlike the voluntary repatriation scheme the BNP have as policy to remove law abiding immigrants from Britain that BNP policy will not only remove hard working immigrants but cost tax payers billions in bribes far more expensive and damaging than Labours policy Labour pays criminals 2 500 to leave BNP pays legal immigrants over 10 000 to leave At least Labour are removing criminals I hate the idea of rewarding criminals but I m torn between my morals and saving money for better services for the law abiding British people I have moral objections to Labour s policy but have no issue with saying no the BNP s planned policy of removing legal immigrants Very interesting Labour policy to debate though I m getting pulled both ways David Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy Sorry David but we would save far more money by simply removing them to serve a sentence in there own country of origin and putting them on a banned list for EVER returning this would save far much more money in the long run Reply to Comment David Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy IF we can legally remove them just as fast without financial incentives of course we should If we can legally remove them why don t we It suggests we can t and I find it difficult to believe any government would choose to pay foreign criminals to leave early if there was a free or cheaper better way of removing them If this is a case of following this policy because it saves money I d like to understand what hurdles are stopping us removing foreign criminals just as early with out financial incentives I d be interested to learn more about this too many ifs and buts right now to make an informed decision David Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy It comes under the Human Rights Act for some strange reason that we can t deport an immigrant that has commited a crime in my opinion our laws should be changed to allow the deportation of foreign criminals It is one of the things I do get annoyed with with the current soft attitide of the Government on things like this it s too softly softly when it should be sorry you broke the law tough bye bye Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy Sarah Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy Completely agree the Human Rights Act is a scourge from the EU Convention on Human Rights Charter of Fundamental Rights giving further recourse to criminals who fail legally in the UK I believe the Conservatives are proposing a Sovereignty Bill and full opt out only with full agreement of all other EU members which is supposed to allow UK law to take precedence Interesting to see if they did and what sanctions the UK would receive for their actions Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy David Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy OK since currently we can t remove them legally early what about financial incentives IF it saves the tax payer money If it s 100 a day and we can get a foreign criminal to leave a year early and pay them the full 5 000 we save a lot of money Saved money 365 100 5 000 31 500 Considering the moral and ethical implications of giving foreign criminals money to leave the British prison system early it has to be a significant saving several times what it costs and at the same time not let criminals out too early still need to be punished You know thinking about it shouldn t early release be enough incentive for them to leave If I had a 10 year prison term and I was supposed to serve 3 years assuming good behaviour and after the 3 years I d be legally deported and I was offered early release at 2 1 2 years if I agreed to leave the country voluntarily it s a no brainer Our criminal justice system is in such a mess it really needs some commonsense brought into it David Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy David Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy BTW This is the sort of discussion I wanted from this site when I decided to create it I want to learn more about politics not waste my time endlessly discussing the BNP I m flip flopping back and forth on this issue Yeah but no but yeah but no but David Reply to Comment VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy I can see the logic in offering incentives to leave but what I would prefer to see is an imposed deportation order with maybe a small resettlement figure rather than up to 5k as it currently is that to me give more of an incetive to commit crime to be rewarded for it I would if anything prefer enough to cover a months rent when they get back home etc And Sarah is correct on the S Bill which is one of the reasons I will be voting Tory this time because hopefully we can then take action we need to take without having the full constraints of the Human Rights Act i don t disagree with the HRA completly I think it does offer great protection for people but in cases of criminals I believe it offers to much protection They didn t consider the rights of people when they commited the crime so why should we have to take account of all their rights when it comes to sentencing and dispensing justice Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy And as for the level of this debate I agree 100 with you David but it s just unfortunate that the majority of the BNP supporters not all are not prepared to enter debate they have one view and one view only And no matter how solid an argument you put forward you will never get anywhere as they have a fixed course they they can t deviate from Reply to Comment terence Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy another bnp policy the lib lab con bring them in the BNP help them to go home it would haver cost us nothing if the lib lab con had not brought them in in the thousands weekly the money to keep them here and the extra money needed to send them home could have kept soldiers at home instead of fighting illegal wars Cherie Blaire I read some where made 8 million out of legal aid fighting failed asylum seekers cases faced with deportation he brought them in she made millions out of it BNP the party 4 me Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy terence Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy the thing is David discussing policies should have been done years ago why has it become so important to discuss BNP policies why not discuss the lib lab com policies I am up for that you see if some one makes a policy that has not been tried with a bit of knowledge it is easy to make it look bad When i worked In a car factory after all the policies and engineering it was found the best way to iron out problems was to run the car first time down the line then when in practice you would find the faults if any So you see the BNP have to be put in power given a chance like the others to prove them selves the others have had thee day and proven to be worse than useless they could not run a party in a brewery if its no good then we are really screwed as the BNP are our last option the only option so give them the chance VOTE BNP for you children Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy David Comment on Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy the thing is David discussing policies should have been done years ago why has it become so important to discuss BNP policies why not discuss the lib lab com policies I am up for that I m beginning to think you are a UAF troll now Terence you damage the BNP cause so must be UAF you don t want to discuss BNP policies why not Untested BNP policies aren t to be discussed but tried and test policies from the main parties should be discussed The problem with people like you Terence is you don t have an open mind to make an informed decision on anything Until you prove otherwise to be able to think for yourself I ll see you as a mindless BNP drone BNP Education Policy The reintroduction of competitive sports and daily Christian assemblies I have no problem with competitive sports and no problem with religion I m an atheist who believes everyone has a right to peacefully follow any belief they choose Last time I checked kids still play football rugby cricket in school and I understand despite never being in any of the national teams they are competitive sports So what does this BNP policy achieve we already have competitive sports in school Daily Christian assemblies what does this mean Terence if you are a big BNP supporter who has read and understands all BNP policies how far will this policy go Is it back to how it used to be when I was at school 20 years ago I came from a family though not overly religious did believe in a Christian God I went to normal schools where I was forced to sit through Christian assemblies despite at an early age before my teens realising I did not believe in a God I was told I d have to be a Mormon to not participate in the Christian assemblies It was wrong then to force children to be part of religious Christian assembly in school and it is still wrong now We do not all believe in

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  • Labour Policies : Labour Culture, Media and Sport Policy
    helping local councils to provide free swimming to over 60s and under 16s at over 1000 local swimming pools Free admission to Britain s national museums and galleries Launched a 2 5 million free theatre programme for under 26 year olds at 95 venues all over England Increased funding for the arts by 73 per cent over the last ten years New Labour your Britain We want everyone to enjoy free swimming by 2012 We aim to deliver a world class school sports system with all children offered 5 hours of PE and sport each week An ambitious vision for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games combining world class venues and facilities with a legacy of regeneration for one of Europe s poorest areas and inspiration for a generation of Britain s young people We want to open up the arts and culture to as many people as possible building on the Find Your Talent and free theatre schemes as well as free museums and galleries We will ensure universal access to today s broadband services at 2Mbps by 2012 We will establish an independent national fund to ensure maximum next generation broadband coverage funded by a 50p monthly levy on fixed phone lines Labour Party Culture Media and Sport Policy http www labour org uk culture media sport policy I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Labour s Culture Media and Sport policies in the comments below 2 responses to Labour Policies Labour Culture Media and Sport Policy Archie McCallum Comment on Shadow culture minister Shadow culture minister Can i send an email to Shadow Culture Minister reference a tv licence issue Please provide e mail address Reply to Comment Archie McCallum Comment on Tv licence ARC concession sheltered housing Tv licence ARC

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  • Labour Policies : Labour Defence Policy
    our veterans We will continue to ensure that our forces receive state of the art medical care when they are injured on operations and when they recover back in the UK We are committed to supporting our Armed Forces and their families which is why we will introduce free further or higher education up to first degree level for service leavers after six yearsof service invest 8 billion over the next decade in accommodation for service personnel introduce measures to ensure that our Armed Forces and their families retain their places on NHS waiting lists when they move and to end disadvantage in accessing school places for service children In order to help end conflicts around the world we will continue to lead the campaign for an International Arms Trade Treaty We will work for international stability by working with our allies to encourage and promote economic and political change in the Middle East We will proceed with the construction of two new aircraft carriers which should sustain and create some 10 000 jobs across the UK Labour Party Defence Policy http www labour org uk defence I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Labour s Defence policies in the comments below 4 responses to Labour Policies Labour Defence Policy David Comment on Labour Policies Labour Defence Policy I find it interesting that Iraq was missed in the list of countries helped by our armed forces Talk about brushing that little mistake under the carpet I understand why we went into Afghanistan the Taliban support terrorism against us I think history should have taught us that Afghanistan is not an easy country to defeat control Russia failed for example Although we went into Iraq on dubious information at the time I supported the war because it should have been a positive move for the people of Iraq Saddam Hussain was an awful leader and I don t think anyone can seriously argue removing him was a bad idea David Reply to Comment Labour Policies Labour Defence Policy terry payne Comment on IRAQ AFGHANISTAN IRAQ AFGHANISTAN HARDLY A SAFER COUNTRY SINCE HE WAS DEPOSED IS IT SURE THERE ARE PLENTY OF DESPOTS IN THE WORLD ARE WE OUT OF CONSISTANCY GOING TO REMOVE THEM ALL NO OF COURSE NOT ONE ONLY HAS TO LOOK AT SYRIA WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION THE MAN SAID NOTHING ABOUT REGIME CHANGE I STILL FIND IT BEGGARS BELIEF THAT BLAIR HASN T HAD TO ANSWER TO THE BRITISH PEOPLE FOR HIS LIES THAT LEAD TO THE DEATH OF HUNDREDS OF BRITISH SOLDIERS HE ALSO DEPLOYED THE ARMY IN AFGANISTAN WITH NO CLEAR OBJECTIVE AND INSUFFICENT AND WRONG EQUIPMENT WE WERE TO THINLY SPREAD AND OUR ONE TIME PROUD ARMY HAVING TO BE BAILED OUT BY THE AMERICANS WHICH THEN LEFT US WITH NO CLEAR ROLE AND HUMILIATED WE EVEN HAD A GO AT DAM REPAIR TO GIVE US A REASON FOR BEING THERE ONLY FOR THE MACHINERY E T C TO

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  • Labour Policies : Labour Democracy and Citizenship Policy
    and put more power in the hands of individual citizens so that they can influence the decisions which affect themselves their families and local communities We will work with the British people to deliver a radical programme of democratic and constitutional reform Our plans include Measures to increase transparency and strengthen public accountability of members of the House of Commons including an independent regulator for Parliamentary standards a binding Code of Conduct for all MPs reform of the system of MPs allowances tougher rules for expenses claims and declaration of any additional income Limiting or surrendering to Parliament prerogative powers previously held by the executive including the power to send troops to war the way treaties are ratified judicial appointments parliamentary oversight of the intelligence services the power to dissolve and recall Parliament and to place the Civil Service on a statutory basis by enshrining its core values in law Ensuring a fair say for all by devolving power away from the centre and to local people giving councils more power to promote local democracy to increase citizen involvement and improve services by making them more responsive to local needs and ambitions A green paper to examine the case for developing a Bill of Rights and Responsibilities A dialogue with the British public about how we might develop and articulate an inclusive view of our shared values Measures to strengthen disciplinary arrangements and increase accountability of members of the House of Lords as well as broader reform including completing the process of removing the hereditary principle We will bring forward proposals for a smaller and democratically constituted second chamber A new Supreme Court to create a highly visible symbol of judicial authority one which is accessible to the public Legislation to increase controls on unregulated local candidate election expenditure to

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  • Labour Policies : Labour Drugs Protecting Families and Communities Policy
    research and you can find the facts for yourself David Ive done 2 minutes of research and found this 75 of black British men put on DNA database http www telegraph co uk news uknews 1533295 Three in four young black men on the DNA database html http www guardian co uk news datablog 2009 nov 24 dna database national police forces I m afraid it s another lie from the BNP You might want to do MORE research before you post such comments Reply to Comment 75 of black British men put on DNA database britishbred Comment on Labour Policies Labour Drugs Protecting Families and Communities Policy why the thumbs down ere dont people like the TRUTH Reply to Comment John Comment on Labour Policies Labour Drugs Protecting Families and Communities Policy hahahahahahaha looks like you got to admit to being wrong there David me old china An example of your anti BNP predilection Don t ya think Reply to Comment David Comment on Labour Policies Labour Drugs Protecting Families and Communities Policy Erm no Do you notice anything different about this post of mine and the one above that you believe is mine Look around the edge there s these dashes that indicate the comment was made by the Admin moderator of the site that would be me If it lacks the dashes it s not me This is my first comment on this page Should have known it s not mine the comment was too short for me I tend to go on and on and on I ve not looked at that story so no idea if it s accurate or not 75 sounds VERY high I assume the BNP s implications are the majority of black people between the ages of 18 and 35 are a bunch of scallywags If it is 75 that s a serious concern though to know what it all means you need access to the data For example 75 of 1 000 people is not the same as 75 of 1 000 000 people How many 18 35 year old black men are there in the UK Doesn t the DNA database hold DNA fingerprints from people arrested for a crime not ONLY people convicted of a crime which throws open the question how many of the black men in question are convicted of a crime and how does that compare to other groups of people It s important to think about questions like these when you read a story that furthers a political parties agenda I was listening to a female Conservative MP Dorris maybe on the Parliament Channel yesterday and it was about drug use She used a statistic that the increase in methadone doses which was up from 1 million to 1 8 million means the government wasn t tackling drug abuse Well that could also be argued an increase in methadone treatment is an indication the government are doing more to tackle drug abuse Same debate

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  • Labour Policies : Labour Early Years Policy
    year Since 1997 the number of registered childcare places is up by around 644 000 from a place for one in eight children to one in four children Opened 3 000 Sure Start Children s centres reaching two million children and their families Labour has expanded nationally the Bookstart scheme which gives every one and two year old a satchel of books and every three and four year old a treasure chest of books and crayons New Labour your Britain By next year there will be 3 500 Children s Centres one in every community in England We will provide two additional outreach workers to support families at each Sure Start Children s centre in the 1 500 most disadvantaged areas Labour will provide nursery places for 20 000 two year olds in the most deprived areas over the next three years To help parents improve their children s school attendance and behaviour we will expand school based Parent Support Advisers and we will fund two parenting advisers in every local authority over the next three years Our 73 million Free Childcare for Training and Learning for Work programme will help low income families across the country to get free childcare so they can access training and return to work By 2010 11 Labour will offer every local authority funding to rebuild or renew 3 500 playgrounds nationally and make them accessible to children with disabilities We will also create 30 new adventure playgrounds for 8 to 13 year olds in disadvantaged areas supervised by trained staff Labour Party Early Years Policy http www labour org uk early years I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Labour s Early Years policies in the comments below Leave a reply to Labour Policies Labour Early Years Policy

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  • Labour Policies : Labour Economic Stability and Full Employment Policy
    decade even after recent unforeseen shocks There are approximately 430 000 more VAT registered businesses now than in 1997 and 350 000 more self employed people Over the last 12 years the incomes of the poorest 20 per cent of the population have grown faster than the richest 20 per cent 600 000 children have been lifted out of poverty New Deal helped over 1 8 million people into work Cut number of young people making long term unemployment claims by over 75 per cent I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Labour s Economic Stability and Full Employment policies in the comments below Leave a reply to Labour Policies Labour Economic Stability and Full Employment Policy Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Why Vote Labour The Labour Party is a centre left political party in the Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy According to the Labour Party website the Labour Party have Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy Can Labour Win the General Election Labour Policies Labour

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