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    don t actually own even though they told the supporters they do the accounts show they don t that it is leased from non other than the guy that runs the BNP s fundraising arm in Ireland oops looks like the all mighty BNP lied to you all again Reply to Comment Vote Labour VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Why Should I Vote Labour And lets also point out that according the the BNP s own accounts they ended last year some 86 000 in debt and have according to the figures they have given the electoral commission only taken in 40 000 in donation for the first 3 quarters of last year means they are also still in debt and can t afford the General Election either Even the Tories owe 7 something million yet have a budget of 25 million to lash out on the election so don t be so naive as to suggest that it can t be done We all know how business works many companies run at a cash loss but can still function due to assessts owned which they can secure loans against etc and political parties take in donations use some to pay down the debt and hold the rest for campaigns it s fairly standard business as well as political party practice Reply to Comment Labour Party Vote k williams Comment on Why Should I Vote Labour Let your own words damn you VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Reasons to Vote British National Party BNP 2010 General Election December 29th 2009 at 16 57 As a Conservative supporter not really my job to defend Labour politicians is it Strange how you now are again trying to DEFEND THE INDEFENSIBLE as long as you think it smears the BNP just proving AGAIN your uaf roots Reply to Comment VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election Actually it isn t defending them it is showing that the claim you made is in fact incorrect and I have just had a look at the latest Labour Party accounts which show that as of Dec 31st they actually had 13 million in the bank and in cash Yes the accounts also show 11 million of debts which they are paying back at a rate of what looks like 4 5 million a year so far So not defending the party just proving your statements as wrong Reply to Comment Why Should I Vote Labour VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Why Should I Vote Labour Just a nice little side note to what I have already said here The Times are running an article on their website about this very subject http www timesonline co uk tol news politics article6977098 ece A few choice exerts for you Mr Griffin has often claimed that the BNP spent more than 500 000 during the campaign In fact the party spent much less 282 843 only 54 000 more than it did during 2004 Mr Griffin s claims had raised eyebrows particularly because the party had declared less than 25 000 in donations since January 2008 Simon Darby the BNP deputy leader yesterday blamed bureaucracy for the errors and said the party needed to exaggerate because if we had said we wanted to spend 10p it wouldn t do us any good there s a bit of hyperbole with politics He refused to comment further on the discrepancy saying that it was not a worthy question Just goes to show that I am not the only one who picked this up well far from the only one but I did get the jump on The Times as they only published earlier ready for the 6th lol Reply to Comment Labour Party Vote holli Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election i wasn t lucky enough to go to a good school i worked hard for it i went to the breakfast lunch time and after school clubs when i wasn t understanding things and time was WASTED on those who cant speak good English and those with behavior problems the help is there in most schools when is any thing 100 perfect but the people who turn up to get it when its not handed to them on a plate those British youth have lazy motivation and need to stop blaming others for there down fall including the government its those uneducated people who will be voting for the BNP no one who was in my A level year 700 people who educated them selves would even think it i can see your point of view towards the indigenous christian culture there are times in our country for example Harringay London when i feel i could be in any street in any country as not one native British in sight or any christian mannerism and confusion sets in as so were i am but that doesn t change who we are I ll still be wearing a white dress on my wedding day and treat Sunday as a day of rest and I m sure you as strong in your indigenous christian culture as you are wont be forgetting it any time soon or forced start attending Mosque D your ending paragraph sounds like a WW1 propaganda poster your country needs you you k williams The BNP are the ONLY party that say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH we must make the self serving lying corrupt politicians of the lib lab con parties STOP and listen to what the British you are one as well want i no its bellow the belt to make the comparison between BNP views and events from history but history teaches us to learn from our mistakes and you haven t got your eyes open to what trouble the BNP would lead us to with such strong views about such delicate ethical issues do you not think about what would happen to non native Brits at least the lib lab con party s have empathy for both sides When a government creates a system with such obvious flaws it leaves itself open to criticism and extreme parties like the BNP jump all over it i agree completely and this recession doesn t help people should not be so naive in thinking the BNP is the way forward just because they pin out the oppositions negatives and aren t looking at BNP s own because its not going to effect them directly therefor doesn t matter Reply to Comment Why Vote Labour Jamie Kenny Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election Lets review the last few spells of labours control of the UK Apart from the Iraq war and alot of poor media handling i really don t think im ready to hand my vote to the conservatives David Cameron is no suitable leader of this great country and while im not going to climb to the roofs screaming for Gordan Brown i struggle to see the hatred to get rid of him This ecenomic struggle were almost at the end of was not anything him or any advisor could have predicted or prevented as yet again it is a failure of banks and the legal loopholes that allow them to fluant our money around carelessly Tomorrow i actually have the Conservative MP currently in the Saffron Walden seat in a Q and A session at my college for an hour and i am going to question him very deeply on just HOW ready the conservative cabinet is ready to take control of this country i remain sceptacle Reply to Comment Why Vote Labour VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Why Vote Labour As a former Labour voter currently Tory the more I hear of some of David Cameron s plans the more I am not liking everything I hear he the party seem to be moving away from the goals they set even three months ago in my opinion So I am moving back to something of a floating voter at the moment will have to wait un till we get closer to the election to see the firm policies Reply to Comment David Comment on Vote Labour Funnily enough I was discussing your comments here the non BNP ones with my wife earlier today and I was saying I don t see you as a true Conservative voter your views are closer to Labour IMO David Cameron is reminding me a lot of Thatcher type approach old school Tory and I don t like it If you did decide Conservative isn t for you who would you vote for I know you ve ruled out one of the smaller parties Are you in an area where your vote matters We aren t unless Labour 2nd party in Boston and Skegness constituency pulls off something dramatic it s going to be Conservative Mark Simmonds MP here again David Reply to Comment Labour Party Vote VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Labour Party Vote I think i ve said before that I have been a Labour vote for pretty much all my life recently changed slightly due to some of the bloody annoying things Brown and co have managed to do recently So in the last by election in our area I went through all the policies at the time and came down on the side of the Tories But as we get closer to the election and the actual formal policies start to take real shape and some of the detail start to become clear the Tory policies are becoming a little too drastic and could cause a double dip recession Whilst I agree wholeheartedly that we need to make cuts in public services I think the Tories may just take that too far and cause issues the other end of the economy So right now I consider myself a floating voter as I think Labour are currently making a mistake in the current proposal to change the voting system should they win imo that is NOT the way we need to go I m actually at the mo looking toward a hung parliment I think the LibDems have some good policies that unless we have a hung parliment they won t get a chance to give a try to but if we have a hung parliment we could see a few of the better LibDem policies getting on the books althougb this has a downside too considering the new voting system that Brown has put up One of the other issues I currently have with Labour is Gordon Brown himself the staged election with the one horse race set up when he became leader because of the previous deal between Blair and Brown that really got on my tits to be frank up un till that point I had been a paid up member of the Labour party since 1995 I haven t considered renewing that since then But even though personally a Tory Government would make me better off financially I look further than that and what I see isn t as good as it was before the modifications were made So floating voter Reply to Comment Vote Labour VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Labour Party Vote In terms of does the vote matter then yes it does the main three parties all run very close to each other to the point where the last by election was won by just 50 votes by the Tories so it is important to get it right In terms of the minor parties I dismissed them a long time ago Like many areas of the country a vote for the smaller parties like the Greens BNP is pretty mucg wasted in the grand scheme of things when they generally poll aroung 1 2 for the BNP and 4 5 for the Greens UKIP general get 6 when they stand so really not even worth considering Reply to Comment Vote Labour terence Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election tell me one policy or two of the lib lab con that have been successful they have brought us into rescission they have destroyed our industry they have lied to us they have led us into murderous wars Now they say they want to fix it HOW by stealing more from us enough get rid vote BNP Reply to Comment David Comment on Why Vote Labour I d be quite happy if you never posted at all Terence as your comments are never productive or truly worthy of debate I m going to give you one warning Keep your comments on track on a page like this one or I ll ban your static IP from the site and you will no longer be able to even read the site let alone post comments I ve edited your comment above to what is acceptable on a page like this one this is not about the BNP I do not want to see all your BNP conspiracy rubbish on a page like this one have a problem with the way I run this site take it to http www general election 2010 co uk general election 2010 have your say html and make it constructive I ve let enough ONLY negative comments through already want to comment on a BNP conspiracy theory add it to somewhere under http www general election 2010 co uk votes bnp policies as anywhere else it will be deleted If you don t like the rules don t comment You asked tell me one policy or two of the lib lab con that have been successful Here s two successful policies from Labour Labours National Minimum Wage Labours Sure Start David Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Vote Labour I can also give you a few very good Labour Polices 1 Tax Credits 2 New Deal I would say welcome back Terence but i d basically be a liar as I wouldn t actually mean it Reply to Comment David Comment on Labour Party Vote When I left University on health grounds in debt not a lot relative to what students have now but 3 000 is a lot of money when you have none without Labour s Tax Credits system I d have never been able to afford to start an online business that now supports my family and contributes to society Without Tax Credits I d probably have been stuck on the equivalent of Incapacity Benefit Income Support on medical grounds I can t work a standard 9 5 type job for a long long time I remember buying 4p tins of Tesco brand beans in bulk as that s all we could afford if we ever wanted to treat our kids I ve wrote about my experience going self employed on Tax Credits at http www 45 year old millionaire co uk claiming working tax credit instead of job seekers allowance income support html My family and I have a lot to thank Labour for as nothing like this existed under the Conservatives Also to be able to go to University under a Conservative government I had to sign on unemployed while studying full time I had to lie there was not the options to study that are available today My eldest son between the age of 16 and 18 was receiving 30 a week for studying in preparation to go to University Labour have done a lot of good things It s got to be better working contributing and getting some of the money you need to live on from the government than not working at all not contributing and getting all your money from the government Terence if you don t consider anything Labour has achieved a success story I give up on you David Reply to Comment Vote Labour Sarah in the Desert Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election David whilst this has worked for you I thought you were 39 the benefit of the tax credit system minimum wage New Deal etc just pales into insignificance when you consider the utter carnage that Labour have wrought onto the UK in the last 12 years in other areas How will these help when more of the high tax payers leave Who will fund these initiatives then For 2009 2010 benefits payments will exceed income tax revenue by around 25 billion http www telegraph co uk news uknews 5651825 Benefit payouts will exceed income tax revenue html The country is creaking and on the edge of bankruptcy overly supporting an over populated society which it doesn t trust to support itself The UK needs to be run more like a business than a charity for the next few years and Labour just don t have the business sense in them to do it Cut costs cut the perks get rid of the dross and start making something worthwhile that other people want Reply to Comment Why Vote Labour David Comment on Why Vote Labour I went to University as a mature student had to leave on medical grounds in the final year spent a few years on Incapacity Benefit Income Support on medical grounds and started an online business about 10 11 years ago and claimed Disabled Person s Tax Credit which is now rolled into Working Tax Credit the concept is the same and it s easier to say than I claimed Disabled Person s Tax Credit which is now rolled into Working Tax Credit You make it sound like everything wrong in the economy today is only Labours fault you know as well as I do no matter which party was in power over the last 12 years we d still be in the crap today because of the greed of bankers Would we have been better off under the Conservatives all this time who knows I very much doubt it with how badly they managed the economy under Thatcher etc I can tell you I ve done well thanks in part I had to work hard as well to Labour s polices over the last decade or so and I don t think I d have done so well under the Conservatives Now I ll do well whichever of the two gain power neither of them do such a bad job the country will go bankrupt as you ve scaremongered above A country isn t like a business the world can not afford to let a country like ours go under like you could with a real business So though we are in massive debt it s not real debt we won t be having debt collectors knocking down the door and taking the furniture Government debt stops a government doing the things it wants to do right now until that debt is paid off so we the poor people in particular are in for some difficult times no matter if it s Labour or Conservative who gain power this time IMHO I think it would be far worse for anyone who isn t able to fully look after themselves under the Conservatives compared to Labour If I was a I m all right Jack sort of person I d vote Conservative as they are more likely to cut my taxes I read a comment on the site earlier that 18 of David Cameron s shadow cabinet are millionaires and David Cameron is a multi millionaire 30 million apparently and between them they are set to save around 7 million in tax cuts if they gain power and pass one planned tax cut policy I don t think people like that born with a silver spoon in their mouth understand what it s like to be a hard working British person who despite working hard is still poor and living hand to mouth The tax break they plan to give to rich people give to themselves and their friends despite the recession strongly suggests they don t care about the little people If I was a politician and had 30 million I would donate my MP salary to charity and not claim any expenses beyond the basics parliamentary related travel sort of stuff If you won a multiple roll over lottery week would you still claim a state pension if you were retired It s obscene to claim MPs expenses when you are so rich MPs are not meant to be in power for the money and those who are loaded should set an example to show this When they are no longer MPs they can make a small fortune working as directors and advisers to business etc Oh and it s rubbish that all the rich people are going to leave the UK Britain is ranked second out of 104 countries regarding entrepreneurship and innovation which attracts foreign and home grown investment in businesses Wrote an article on it at http www 45 year old millionaire co uk britain attracts foreign investors and entrepreneurs html The Conservatives said the national minimum wage would damage British businesses they were wrong I really hate it when people put down Britain for no good reason We have our problems but it s still a great place to live with a lot of hard working people who just want to get on in life David Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election Sarah in the Desert Comment on Vote Labour So you vote Labour out of loyalty to the help they gave you in setting up your own business and for the help they give people to get back to work generally then I suspect that mainly you have done well is your own natural growth and you would probably have managed this in some other way if it was in your character to do so Speaking from experience the UK is not a great place to live any more and that s why we and thousands like us have left to spend our earnings in other countries and bring up our children in the manner that we see fit Canada Australia New Zealand Mid East Far East and Northern Europe have seen an influx of people who would rather live in their country than the UK Labour won by a landslide in 1997 because of the mismanagement of the Conservatives at the end of 18 years for the majority of the first 3 terms the economy was actually very strong and doing well Labour were supposed to improve the mismanagement at end the end of the 3rd term and most of the 4th and make it better they haven t and made some things much much worse by trying to get into every aspect of peoples lives I read a comment on the site earlier that 18 of David Cameron s shadow cabinet are millionaires I don t think people like that born with a silver spoon in their mouth understand what it s like to be a hard working British person who despite working hard is still poor and living hand to mouth The tax break they plan to give to rich people give to themselves and their friends despite the recession strongly suggests they don t care about the little people I m sorry but this just sounds bitter Tony Blair and Tony Benn for that matter are not exactly descended from paupers are they Increasing taxes does not necessarily increase revenues the Laffer Curve comes into effect at a certain point taxable income elasticity and people start hiding their money and avoiding taxes http www timesonline co uk tol news politics article7011728 ece If the tax system is fairer and people are allowed to keep more of what they work hard for then they are less inclined to avoid paying it and actually generate more Margaret Thatcher was strongly against a federal Europe and the re unification of Germany because of their perceived strength in Europe once united What we have now is a Federal Europe allowing the laws of the UK to be superceeded by Brussels the free movement of unskilled workers to freely enter and compete with the local market and of course the wonderfully successful European Convention on Human Rights Where are we now on Europe Forced upon the people a nation divided on the actual benefits of it and the Government now too scared to call an in or out referendum I agree that the UK had it s problems before Labour but I just don t think they were as bad as things are now Reply to Comment Labour Party Vote VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Labour Party Vote Hello Again Sarah I have to agree 100 that Britain has to run more like a business I have suggested on here before that the Government as is are all Career Politicians and in all honesty are too far removed from how the world works in reality To make the Government more productive and or business like they need to bring in people from the real world here are a few suggestions I would make 1 All MPs should have a council of members taken from local residents they represent and NOT the local parlimentry party 2 All MPs should actually visit people in their homes for instance when a resident visits an MP Surgery to complain about property problems etc they should actually go and see it for themselves rather than just take notes in a meeting in the comfortable office 3 All MPs should have a council of local business made up of local business owners Job Centre Managers and Training Providers to make sure the money Government is providing to increase employment and training opportunities is targeted at a local level and not laid down by central Government a one size fits all approach which is the way it happens now 4 Government departments like the Business department etc should have people working or at least advising at actually function out there in the business world they currently use the CBI a lot but that s made up mainly of big business and doesn t serve the needs of the majority of British employers who are small companies employing under 200 people 5 The Government should set up a Department for International Marketing made up of Marketing Experts and Business people these people know best how to sell the products and services the UK has to offer and the types of countries and specific markets to aim that marketing at Obviously these would have to be expanded but as a general starting point these ideas I think would benefit the country as a whole We rely too much on career politicians who start of with all the good intentions but get caught up in the political world and forget to keep in real touch with the people and places they represent Take many MPs currently who represent areas of the country they don t have any real knowledge of having not lived their or knowing the local community etc Candidates in my opinion should be people that actually know the area they want to represent so that they can represent that area to the best possible standard someone from the nice comfortable areas of Sussex for example doesn t know enough about life on council estates in to Birmingham to really get a grip on what help support work is needed for the area And this is one of the major factors in the reasons why the BNP and other minority single issue parties like UKIP actually get votes because the mainstream parties don t know how the area is actually working and the MP tends to ignore the grass roots problems and keep the rose tinted view of the country as a whole rather than the people they are representing are faring Reply to Comment Vote Labour Sarah in the Desert Comment on Why Should I Vote Labour Hi Voteno you re still avidly posting then I have to agree with what you stated here the economy is a business and the population are both the employees and the consumers with the Government being the management Bankruptcy is nearly upon the UK and it can t sustain the expenditure for much longer I don t care what the background or privilege of any MP is as long as they get out there and find out what it is like for the majority and if they have a good business sense to get the country out of the mess it s in I feel absolutely desperate about the state of the UK economically socially and morally and the need of a change of Government because I really can t consider coming back at all as things are at the minute The last brain drain of the 1970 s was mainly due to industrial unrest trade unions and high taxes and now there is another any guesses for which party is responsible Reply to Comment Labour Party Vote VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election The more I consider who should be the next Government the more I feel that a hung parliment would be best for the country at the moment But that said if there were in my opinion Labour LibDem Gov would be better for the country as a whole Tories will walk all over LibDems as Clegg I don t see as strong enough to hold Cameron back where as he would be strong enough to pull Gordon Brown s head in a bit Or ideally unworkable but ideal a three way parliment would gibe the LibDems a chance to see if they really have workable policy ideas Reply to Comment Why Should I Vote Labour David Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election the economy is a business and the population are both the employees and the consumers with the Government being the management But it s not that simple with a real business when you fire someone it doesn t affect the business beyond the obvious Government can not look on what they can save by cutting public spending without taking into account the cost in lost taxes money flowing through the economy and increases in welfare costs It s not as simple as we can save 10 billion by cutting ABC because those cuts costs jobs and some of the actual savings from the 10 billion is lost through higher welfare costs lost business flowing through the economy etc To use a business analogy I see a country as a ethical or fair trade type business there s more to the business than just making profits and keeping costs down they have a responsibility to the workers as well When the government Labour or Conservative start reining in public sector spending I agree it has to be done it s going to cost jobs and that means more unemployed and less tax revenue From what the Conservatives have said they will do NOW we are looking at the possibility of a double dip recession We with all other major economies are throwing money at the problem economic stimulus packages to generate growth to seed us out of recession and the Conservatives want to slash public spending now which will decrease tax revenues decrease money flowing through the economy and increase welfare costs They will cause significant unemployment which could push us back into negative growth recession The recovery is fragile The only realistic way for the Conservatives plans to work is to ALSO significantly cut welfare costs There s no way to reduce the numbers of unemployed etc unless they leave Britain so they will have to pay each family less in benefits They will have to cut things in real terms like working tax credit child tax credit unemployment benefit income support pensions etc just to balance the books from making a lot of hard working public sector workers unemployed Also with all the economic stimulus packages from all the main players is it the right time to cut back Shouldn t we allow our businesses to take advantage of new opportunities first before we reign in public spending costs that will make doing business in Britain harder If the Conservative fire a lot of public sector workers private sector businesses will suffer as well as there s less money in the economy BTW I m all for cutting costs through cutting wastage and stupid expenses but lets not go down the Conservative route and throw the baby out with the bath water David Reply to Comment Why Should I Vote Labour Sarah in the Desert Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election The public sector needs to be cut it s too big and it s a false economy You re creating jobs out of one big pot taxing those jobs and putting the tax back into the pot using that same pot to create other jobs and give money to other people for various reasons who then spend their money indirectly paying back into the same pot It s a bit like a company whose only customers are their employees Job creation and a healthy economy should be made from investment supply and demand of goods and services that other countries want You cut your luxuries when you can t afford them and stop throwing money at things that are not a priority To use a business analogy I see a country as a ethical or fair trade type business there s more to the business than just making profits and keeping costs down they have a responsibility to the workers as well In an ideal world maybe but companies and governments have to be ruthless at times in keeping their heads above water and that means making its employees take responsibility for themselves as well Reply to Comment Vote Labour VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Why Vote Labour Sarah YAY Someone gets it yes we need a Government to cut the chaff in public services but the balance has to be right not cuts for cuts sake Cutting from the wastage and spending that shows no return running like a business Barack Obama got it right last week for every 1 he said lol spent we need to show a return on that whether that s in terms of employment rising or people leaving a hospital alive etc we need to show all money we spend is producing results If the Government bodies that are set up at a cost of anything from 50 60 million sometimes more a year if those bodies are NOT producing effective results and showing that the money they are spending is making a real terms return then scrap the body a wasted cost The only way to make the countries economy work correctly is to cut the right services and invest in areas that will show a return The thing is this doesn t just mean cutting read tape in Hospitals and having more doctors etc flooding the NHS with doctors doesn t mean more people will be cured etc money should go to research in to Cancers etc the balance has to be correct otherwise yes we may have 200 000 extra doctors but that doesn t mean they will show a real terms return in terms of decreasing death rates etc Governments look too much at waiting list etc and forget about research in to preventing health problems So cuts yes but then balance the spend and investment in to targeted areas that will show a return The same policy will work across any Gov department it works across business day in day out if the Gov had some

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  • Why Vote Labour
    look at UKIP as the more acceptable face though that s the way the country see s them The main element of the country don t want repatriation volutary or otherwise the BNP has that as policy The main element of the country doesn t want a total ban on immigration forever the BNP does UKIP say five years the Tories say a fixed cap on the numbers UKIP get far better press coverage meaning as in the positive where as the BNP get more in the negative UKIP are better financied then the BNP they have a Lord of the realm at the head people the average voter doesn t care about what happens in the EU parliment they don t get to see the YouTube videos they read the papers and watch the news The internet coverage doesn t hit every house in the country so the older generation who are more likely to actually vote only see negative press on the BNP so they are unlikely to vote for them And the kind of press they see is this Richard Barnbrook and friends telling Non Whites they can t attend meetings this one made the news papaers These are the types of stories the general public get to read in the papers not the kind of press the BNP want the general public to see http www thisislondon co uk standard article 23759615 non whites barred from bnp meeting do Reply to Comment Vote Labour VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Why Should I Vote Labour Not to mention that UKIP already has a HIGHER vote share than the BNP they have 13 MEPs to the BNPs 2 so that also shows you that they are seen as far more acceptable than the BNP as they already command a far bigger vote share than the BNP But for that matter the Green Party also beat the BNP in terms of votes in the EU Elections the BNP reached just over 945 000 and the Green Party took 1 25 million so the BNP are still lagging behind even the green party in terms of voter share So I don t see a dramatic turn around in that anytimes soon the BNP are still in many peoples eyes the offshoot of the National Front which many voters WON T touch because of their history and Nick Griffins OWN history also goes againt the BNP many people won t vote BNP because they know his history so the BNP have too large a battle to fight to even out do UKIP as they don t have the tainted history that the BNP has Reply to Comment Labour Party Vote Steven CARLISLE Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election VOTE LABOUR 2010 SAME OLD PEOPLE SAME OLD POLICIES SAME OLD TORIES Reply to Comment UK Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election Labour have gave the working class no other option but to vote for BNP LABOUR have abandoned there core vote to serve recent immigrants instead lib lab con relies on the third world votes and of course the naive brainwashed liberals Reply to Comment Tory Janet Comment on Why Vote Labour no other choice but bnp what about the tories they are a better choice than the bnp wake up we will be back in power by june Reply to Comment UK Forever Comment on Vote Labour The traiterous Tories in power to continue where Labour left off That thought fills me with absolute dread Having lived through a few alternating Tory Labour governments I have witnessed the decline of this once prosperous country Voter apathy when it comes to elections is at an all time high which I will bet is what the like of yourself is banking on as the main 3 political parties are like a 3 headed dragon What they may occasionally spit at each other to give the illusion of opposition they are all singing from the same song book waging war against the of the electorate by the wholesale surrender of our national sovereignty to a foreign power there can be no greater act of treason True the Tories are the most likely candidates to win the next election because the have the funding Funding taken from the taxes we pay to use against us whereas the BNP relies wholly on contrbutions from those members of the electorate who now realise that for the first time in decades we now have a real choice We can have a referendum on Europe by voting BNP to get out I suspect that you are unaware that on 20th February 2009 the European Parliament voted in favour of the creation of Synchronized Armed Forces Europe SAFE as a first step towards a true European military force SAFE will be directed by an EU directorate with its own training standards and operational doctrine Already a think tank feasibility report has been drawn up to completely integrate all European Armed Services within a projected period of I believe 10 to 20 years That will mean our beloved Army Air Force and Navy will cease to exist to protect our country and our bases will be filled with a cadre of home and foreign troops giving allegiance to the E U and to deal with any usurpers that wish to withdraw from the E U The effect of this will be totalitarian control and short of a home rising we will NEVER be able to extract ourselves from their union Meaning we only have the luxury of holding another 2 to 3 general elections after this one if we don t get out as soon as possible It will mean the end of Westminster and the UK parliament Don t you think it funny that after years and years of abuse of the expenses system by MP s that the facts should emerge about how we the electorate have been ripped off

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  • Vote Labour
    relative to Labour and Conservatives you d expect to have a couple of bad apples but not as many as there are How do you explain this If we have 650 candidates for Labour same for Conservative but 200 for the BNP we d expect to see way below 1 3rd as many criminals in the BNP relative to Labour or the Tories and this is with next years figures in 2005 the BNP contested 119 seats so should have about 1 5th as many criminals within it s ranks and that s based on them being the same as Labour Conservatives not better as the BNP supporters in the comments argue That s not including local councilors aren t there over 20 000 local councilors in England and Wales Again only a small fraction will be BNP candidates so when we take it all into account the BNP should not have so many criminals within it s higher ranks It should be one or two not as many as we see And the leader Nick Griffin certainly should not have a criminal record regarding incitement to racial hatred and denying the holocaust Griffin studied history at Cambridge he should know better What sort of educated person who is in their right mind would believe the holocaust did not happen I can see skinhead idiots who think doing a Nazi salute at an EDL march is fun believing the holocaust isn t true they d believe the moon is made of cheese but someone with a private school education went to Cambridge suggests he isn t very clever to be able to understand the historical evidence Has he ever apologised for denying the holocaust If not he s no better than any of the Labour Tory MP s who refuse to say sorry when they make a mistake How on Earth can a Christian vote for such a man I honestly don t get it David Reply to Comment Labour Party Vote G Curtis Rosie G Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election David Shallow minded comments like the above impress nobody This country has already been destroyed The BNP could do it no more harm if they tried When we have our country back when we are once again Britain rather than EuroAnglistan then I don t think many people would care if you stay or leave Most of your income comes from America Right is that all you think about Income So America will welcome you with open arms Good luck Reply to Comment Why Should I Vote Labour David Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election How is my comment shallow minded David Reply to Comment G Curtis Rosie G Comment on Why Vote Labour David You say you will leave this country if the democratic will of the people elect a BNP government Clearly you do not respect democracy or the British people In fact your whole reasoning appears to be centred on money and your own personal bank balance Do you have no concerns at all about what labour has done to this country over their time in office Do you not worry about the way the country is going Do you not worry about anything other than yourself Is it Labour right or wrong That is what I call shallow minded You used to gloat that the BNP have no chance of winning and suggested it was pointless voting for losers Now it looks like Labour have no chance of winning why vote for losers Vote BNP Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election David Comment on Vote Labour Two misquotes already today I did not say will leave this country I said If the BNP ever win a general election we d seriously consider leaving Big difference between we ve already made a decision and consider it David Reply to Comment David Comment on Vote Labour What is it with the obsession with the money I make If all I cared about was money I d vote Conservative they are more pro well off people than Labour I vote Labour because I believe those who earn more should give more If you earn way above the national average wage you don t miss a 1 000 extra like a family on minimum wage does Note we ve lived on income support on medical grounds when my health ended my planned career as a geneticist We know how it is at the bottom of the heap David Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election I have to agree David if the BNP ever won a General Election I would be leaving the country the company work for have also said they will close down the UK office and move it somewhere else in Europe putting 5 000 people out of work The reason for that is simply that the BNP policies will make it so hard for international companies based in the UK to remain viable and profitable and I have contacts with my counterparts in other very large companies across the UK who are international companies who all say the same thins a BNP Government would ruin their UK operations and make them so unprofitable that they would also move to another European country and lay off all the UK workers which means close to 2 million unemployed within months of the BNP being elected Reply to Comment Why Should I Vote Labour k williams Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election David You say that you thousands of others would leave Britain if the BNP gain power I can only say that you will be no loss to Britain as it is people like you that have allowed the current criminal idiots to get our country into

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  • Labour Government Will Get Us Out Of Debt
    lib dems get in dont be crying when they raise taxes and make everything expensive and youd have wish youd of voted for labour More Comments by daisy Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election ARE YOU PEOPLE idots conservitives are everything WRONG there going to raise taxes cut the dole cut ema put kids in school on saturdays and make sure your children dont have a free education you stupid people i hate Continue Reading Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election I do not think the lib dems should win the genral election i despise david camaron gordon brown for the win the lib dems are going to cut the dole and ema do not vote for them and this is Continue Reading Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election Popular Vote British National Party Also see the BNP Manifesto 2010 The British National Party Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election To traditional Labour voters and those that care about workers Why Vote Labour Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy

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  • I think the British political campaigns are all very parochial. Argument about
    very real threats faced by most western countries in their continual lack of real productivity Banking contribute some 17 of GDP How did the labour party ensure that this huge sector was correctly administrated to protect this large and precious contribution to the UK Their plans going forward have also showed no insight in how to adquately address the risk aspects of the financial institutions There seems to be little insight into how a government can very effectively manage these risks All the focus is on how to protect the hand outs to ensure they will be paid back This is not addressing the cause and lack of diligence by the government of the day The debates I have heard have been about petty issues when I believe that the Western economies are under serious threat Do I sense the onset of the poverty of western nations because of the apathetic political policies in times when someone really brave is required to seriously take the bull by the horns and make the changes required to lead Britain into a successful future Or do we put our head in the sand and measure ourselves against all the other failing economies around us The only person Ive heard alluding to these issues is Mr Cameron I have not studied economics nor politics so can someone please agree with em or point out the error of my thinking Popular Vote British National Party Also see the BNP Manifesto 2010 The British National Party Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election To traditional Labour voters and those that care about workers Why Vote Labour Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Labour Policies Labour Crime and Justice Policy Labour Policies Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010

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  • Can Labour Win the General Election?
    NOT TO MAKE IMPOSIBLE DEMANDS THAT LEADS TO THE WORKERS LOSING THEIR JOBS AS AT PRESENT ALL BUSINESSES WOULD BESIDES PAYING A LIVING WAGE SHARE 50 OF THE PROFITS WITH THE WORKERS AND ALL WOULD HAVE THE OBJECTIVE OF PRODUCING MORE AT A LOWER COST HEALTH AND SAFETY WOULD BE MADE PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE IF THEY MADE EXCESIVE DEMANDS AND WOULD HAVE TO PAY OUT OF THEIR OWN POCKETS IF ANYTHING WAS NOT COMMON SENSE SMASH THE BUREAUCRATS IN THE HEALTH SERVICE AND ALLOW THOSE WHO WORK TO USE THEIR BRAINS AND INICIATIVE AND PAY THOSE WHO DO PHYSICAL WORK REAL MONEY REMEMBER THAT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR IT IS ONLY THOSE WHO DO PHYSICAL WORK WHO WE NEED THE REST ARE PARASITES Without bureaucrats in the NHS COST WOULD BE HALF AND ALL WOULD BE CARED WITHOUT WAITING WITH MORE IN EQUIPMENT All Doctors would be made personally responsible as all staff for their actions The law would be made to punish criminals and protect the public the guilty of crimes woul be punished and not rewarded as at present The death penalty for serious crimes terrorism illtreatment and sexual abuse of children and other bestial offences would be used sparingly as a greater punishment than a quick death would be alife of severe physical retribution There is more but havent time Reply to Comment Can Labour Win the General Election jamie stewart Comment on Can Labour Win the General Election I love the comment which stated that if the conservatives get in it will cause problems for immigrant workers no logic immigrants as has been proved make the problems for all of us sarah dont come home you will see for yourself how this country has been ruined thanks to socialism and immigration i came back 9 years ago after spending working abroad to give my family a better life since ruined by socialist government even mr liar said there will be a muslim prime minister of this country in his families lifetime one reason to stay where you are certainly makes you proud to be british and browns speech on immigration today only forget to say he would help them to get here cant even hang the union jack outside our house because it upsets religions where is our free speech in fact where is great britain where are the brits they cant all be abroad start to fight for britain not iraq and afghans anyone that wants to harm us is already here its easy enough the door is open Reply to Comment Can Labour Win the General Election Steve Comment on Can Labour Win the General Election I ve often tried to see the world in the way these wacky rightwingers see it and no matter how much special brew I consume no matter how many times I catch sight of the daily mail s front page it just isn t happening for me Misguided paranoid vindictive xenophobes And that s just the conservatives Reply to

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  • Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election
    Country so our economy would be strong again no scroungers just hard working people and we would have lots of jobs to offer our own people and we would teach our own people the skilled labour we need and we would not be losing our Christianity by offending other religions we would be a normal happy country again Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election apathetic voter Comment on Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election Oh my goodness I read through the comments of others thinking how we love to generalise and make sweeping statements devoid of substance or fact Here is my offering of sweeping statements Hoorah for immigration It provides our country with workers for the jobs us Brits think we are above e g care workers cleaners etc It makes absolutely no difference who we vote for and who gets in to office as they will ultimately do a bad job and we will all ridicule and hate them for it Who cares whether we are part of europe or not If we leave Europe all that will happen is some other UK organisation agency will find a way to waste the money saved from leaving Yes I will be voting but for who I m not sure Like car design all the options have become too similar to differentiate a preference Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election veggie burger Comment on Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election We Greens are the only peple in politics who care about the enviroment Climate change is real we needed 100 billion from europe to fight climate change in third world and they give us 6 billion is that all the planet is worth Reply to Comment veggie burger Comment on Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election vote Green party to protect our precious home from greedy politicions Reply to Comment Green is Clean Comment on Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election The Green Party on Crime Reply to Comment Green is Clean Comment on Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election Think Again Vote Green Reply to Comment Roger Comment on Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election Although the Greens have much to commend them I am still undecided about them In particular they seem to be yielding too much to political correctness why should the LGBT groups pensioners children etc have their own mini human rights PC is inherently divisive Would it not be better to treat everyone the same and accept any differences instead of drawing attention to them by writing them into law Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election James Comment on Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election I could not agree more political correctness is divisive People are different favouring any groups based on race gender or religion is wrong Labour have proved that success should be based on merit alone Invasive political correctness has also limited the

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  • 50 Labour Party Achievements
    full time workers now have a right to 24 days paid holiday 29 A million pensioners lifted out of poverty 30 600 000 children lifted out of relative poverty 31 Introduced child tax credit giving more money to parents 32 Scrapped Section 28 and introduced Civil Partnerships 33 Brought over 1 million social homes up to standard 34 Inpatient waiting lists down by over half a million since 1997 35 Banned fox hunting 36 Cleanest rivers beaches drinking water and air since before the industrial revolution 37 Free TV licences for over 75s 38 Banned fur farming and the testing of cosmetics on animals 39 Free breast cancer screening for all women aged between 50 70 40 Free off peak local bus travel for over 60s 41 New Deal helped over 1 8 million people into work 42 Over 3 million child trust funds have been started 43 Free eye test for over 60s 44 More than doubled the number of apprenticeships 45 Free entry to national museums and galleries 46 Overseas aid budget more than doubled 47 Heart disease deaths down by 150 000 and cancer deaths down by 50 000 48 Cut long term youth unemployment by 75 per cent 49 Free nursery places for every three and four year olds 50 Free fruit for most four to six year olds at school David 7 responses to 50 Labour Party Achievements britishbred Comment on 50 Labour Party Achievements G Brown the rhyme minister Reply to Comment britishbred Comment on Gordon Brown Saves the World YouTube Video Gordon Brown Saves the World YouTube Video Gordon Brown Saves the World YouTube Video Save the Prime Minister Save the World Reply to Comment David Comment on 50 Labour Party Achievements LOL they missed that achievement from the list o David Reply to Comment Dave Watson Comment on What about What about Peace in Ireland Reply to Comment Jaria1 Comment on Labour achievements Labour achievements I got half way through that list and realized that I was obviously reading a propaganda pamphlet full of untruths and omissions I m just going to point out that it was John Major that initiated the talks with Ireland If I had the time and inclination I could refute much of your claims but lets just say that Labours so called achievements left this country with a record breaking deficit which in trying to repair again You will no doubt be blaming the gvt who were given the inheritance nobody would wish for Blair did one good thing and that was to leave the industrial legislation well alone unfortunately for Labour that left you with the wrong Millieband and the other Blairites under attack by your next leader McLusky Brown at least has the humility to stay away from Westminster Reply to Comment Labour achievements PJ Comment on Tony Blair Northern Ireland Peace Process Tony Blair Northern Ireland Peace Process Full of untruths my foot John Major may have initiated the talks with NORTHERN IRELAND there

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