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  • UKIP Policies Debate
    by David in UKIP Policies Debate According to the UK Independence Party website UKIP will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election UKIP is committed to an increase of 40 in defence spending around 1 of UK GDP For illustration a 40 increase on 2007 08 figures of 32 6 billion source MOD would equate to UKIP Policies Local Government Posted by David in UKIP Policies Debate According to the UK Independence Party website UKIP will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election We would restore the county as a key government unit and respect unitaries where local people prefer these We will abolish regional government the 9 Regional Ministers and Regional Development Agencies and UKIP Policies Emerging EU Police State Posted by David in UKIP Policies Debate According to the UK Independence Party website UKIP will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election Emerging EU Police State EU organisations like EUROPOL can operate in the UK with immunity from prosecution EUROJUST seeks to gain access to British databases including DNA records of British citizens European UKIP Policies Prisons Policy Posted by David in UKIP Policies Debate According to the UK Independence Party website UKIP will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election Prisons Policy UKIP will double the number of prison places in the UK within 10 years We will build new prisons modern fit for purpose prison ships deport EU national prisoners and UKIP Policies Terrorism and Homeland Security Posted by David in UKIP Policies Debate According to the UK Independence Party website UKIP will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election Terrorism

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  • UK Politicians
    one brief sentence not completed his duty to represent the people in his constituency basically his job I US Visit UK Troops Could Leave Afghanistan As Soon as 2011 Posted by Caleb in Coalition Government Plans International Politics UK Politicians Forget 2014 We want it all We Want it NOW Prime Minister David Cameron says UK troops could leave Afghanistan as soon as next year This was announced at the US visit by PM David Cameron David Cameron Told the BBC the same could be expected of UK forces based on conditions on the Deputy Nick Clegg to Take over PMQ s From Nanny David Cameron Posted by Caleb in UK Politicians UK Politics When David s Away The Clegginator Will Play At 12 00pm Nick Clegg is taking over PMQ s Prime Minister Questions on his own Nick Clegg slips on his big boy shoes and takes over PMQ s for Prime Minister David Cameron who s currently is on his US Visit Good Luck PM Free Clegg Author Caleb Law age 13 Teachers Protest Outside Westminster Over Axed School Buildings Posted by Caleb in UK Politicians UK Politics Schools Secretary Michael Gove can t catch a break teachers and pupils are now protesting outside Westminster over the axed school buildings Schools Secretary Michael Gove has caused problems previously after making 25 errors on a list of axed BSF Building Schools For the Future He had to release 5 more lists till he got the Tory MP Philip Hollobone Refuses to Talk to ANY Constituent Who Wears a Face Veil Posted by Caleb in Political Parties News UK Politicians UK Politics Another Racist Tory MP Anyone Surprised Philip Hollobone has said he won t talk with any constituent wearing a face veil Burqa and Hijab basically not doing his

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  • UK Party Political News
    Reading MP Early Day Motions Local Government Funding In The North East MP Early Day Motions Safer Internet Day Campaign Posted on February 8 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House notes that 9 February 2016 is the annual worldwide Safer Internet Day which this year focuses on playing your part for a better internet further notes that the UK Safer Internet Centre co ordinates this campaign in the UK which sees Continue Reading MP Early Day Motions Safer Internet Day Campaign MP Early Day Motions Brain Tumour Research Posted on February 8 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House calls for an increase in the percentage of national spend on research into cancer to be spent on research for better diagnosis and treatment of brain tumours expresses concern that brain tumours received 1 5 per cent  7 7 million of the  498 million national spend on research into cancer meaning that at this current rate it could take up to 100 years to catch up to the same level of developments for research into other diseases notes that unlike most cancers the number of brain tumour incidences is rising congratulates the charity Brain Tumour Research for its campaign calling on the Government and larger cancer charities to raise investment in research into the treatment and diagnosis of brain tumours to  30 to  35 million a year and calls on the Government to support Brain Tumour Research s campaign Continue Reading MP Early Day Motions Brain Tumour Research MP Early Day Motions Hearing Aid Services Posted on February 8 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House is concerned by recent proposals by a number of clinical commissioning groups CCGs to stop the routine funding of hearing aids for adults with mild or mild to moderate hearing loss believes that such measures could have a serious eff Continue Reading MP Early Day Motions Hearing Aid Services MP Early Day Motions The NHS Bursary Posted on February 8 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House celebrates the contribution of student nurses midwives allied health professionals and other healthcare staff has serious concerns about the potential impact of removing NHS bursaries on the recruitment and retention of staff and ca Continue Reading MP Early Day Motions The NHS Bursary MP Early Day Motions Liverpool Fans Ticket Protest Posted on February 8 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House supports the protests made by Liverpool Football Club supporters in response to ticket prices showing little regard to or respect for the club s loyal fanbase recognises that football clubs are not simply large businesses intent on max Continue Reading MP Early Day Motions Liverpool Fans Ticket Protest MP Early Day Motions Nuclear Weapon Free World Posted on February 8 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House welcomes the work of the UN Working Group on Nuclear Disarmament to develop legal measures legal provisions and norms for achieving a

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  • Political Jokes
    They d receive unlimited free prescriptions dental and medical treatment wheel chairs etc and they d receive money instead of paying it out They would have constant video monitoring so they could be helped instantly if they fell or needed assistance Bedding would be washed twice a week and all clothing would be ironed and returned to them A guard would check on them every 20 minutes and bring their meals and snacks to their cell They would have family visits in a suite built for that purpose They would have access to a library weight room spiritual counselling pool and education Simple clothing shoes slippers PJ s and legal aid would be free on request Private secure rooms for all with an exercise outdoor yard with gardens Each senior could have a PC a TV radio and daily phone calls There would be a board of directors to hear complaints and the guards would have a code of conduct that would be strictly adhered to The criminals would get cold food be left all alone and unsupervised Lights off at 8pm and showers once a week Live in a tiny room and pay 600 00 per week and have no hope of ever getting out Think about this more points of contention COWS Is it just me or does anyone else find it amazing that during the mad cow epidemic our government could track a single cow born in Appleby almost three years ago right to the stall where she slept in the county of Cumbria And they even tracked her calves to their stalls But they are unable to locate 125 000 illegal immigrants wandering around our country Maybe we should give each of them a cow Reply to Comment David Cameron Politics Joke Roberto King Comment on

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  • Add YouTube Video Comments
    YouTube videos are posted popular pages could get very long 1 responses to Add YouTube Video Comments BERNARD DEVLIN Comment on Add YouTube Video Comments this is a tribute i did to the loss of innocent lives that were taken on september 11th 2001 as i say in this tribute god bless our children and our childrens children god bless christianity kind regards B J DEVLIN Reply to Comment Leave a reply to Add YouTube Video Comments 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 Vote BNP Also see the BNP Manifesto 2010 The British National Party 2010 General Election Results The Labour Party won the 2005 UK general election with What is Racism Islamic Society of Britain BNP Policies BNP Immigration Policy 2010 General Election Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election YouTube Politics Videos Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting Vote Labour Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election UK General Election Hung Parliament Should the Government Ban the Islam4UK Wootton Bassett March

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  • Commenting Policy
    It doesn t add value to the users visit and with so many comments now it takes up valuable space if you have a serious comment it will not be deleted I m sure I ll get some flak for this I d really appreciate visitors trying to put their comments on the most appropriate page there s a search box on the top right corner of the site for finding relevant posts I have access to the web sites log files and although the poll page with 1 000 comments is the most popular post on the site there are also some other very popular pages see Popular Political Articles for examples I ll update the above list monthly if I wanted my comments read by as many people as possible I d look at the Popular Political Articles list and comment on those pages If you have a comment on Labour Economic Policy for example it might get more readers in the first few days if it s posted on the general election poll page but with so many comments on that page long term it would be read more between now and the general election if it was posted under Labour Policies Labour Economic Policy So far this month half way through December this page UKIP Policies UK Defence Budget is the fourth most popular page visited almost 9 000 views and it has no comments Whoever comments on that page will have thousands of visitors reading their views David 7 responses to Commenting Policy Previous 1 2 RI CArling Comment on Commenting Policy The 10 000pa allowance will be poorly targeted until the upper taper is dropped from 100 000pa to 20 000 or less People earning over 40 000 don t need a tax break that much and times are hard Reply to Comment anonymous Comment on Commenting Policy What do they want gordon brown to do Click his fingers and money will appear Er no Leave him alone and VOTE LABOUR david cameron is a liar Reply to Comment bealzibub Comment on Commenting Policy oh no not another scot in need of economic advice Reply to Comment K B Gardner Comment on Commenting Policy CHANGE is becoming a subliminal stimulus BEWARE Reply to Comment kacey Comment on Commenting Policy Hi everybody I know who I will be voting for and it is most definitely NOT david cameron I think he has no idea what this country needs and wants unlike Nick Clegg The Lib Dems have offered some brilliant proposals and I believe that they should have the run of this country and we do need a change The conservatives talk out their behinds just like gordon brown but please give the lib dems a chance Reply to Comment Commenting Policy David Comment on Commenting Policy BNP supporting commenter s beware I m no longer adding the moderator note on commenter s who post under multiple names all their comments will be deleted without

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  • Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election!
    was looking to the future Did we really want to be stuck back in the industrialized economy we were in Look at where we were before the Iraqi War and the recession Britain was a prosperous country a world superpower I admit I was too young at the time to experience Thatcher as a PM I was two years old when she resigned but I have done much research on the subject Yes she made her mistakes as did many other prime ministers I will be voting Conservative at the election Reply to Comment Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election David Comment on Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election Sure Thatcher closed all the mines and put workers out of a job but she was looking to the future Closing the pits per se when they aren t profitable has some merit from a strictly business perspective BUT when the people working in those pits are given no replacement industry closing pits is not looking to the future as it destroyed entire communities and cost the tax payer heavily in benefit payments Had the Conservatives had a long term plan for the country instead of leaving it to market forces and hoping everything will be alright they would have attracted new industries to Britain then it wouldn t have been such an awful thing to do but Thatcherism is a your on your own mate politics with caring a commodity Tories can not afford to have As it was it would have made far more sense long term to indirectly subsidise the pits tax breaks for example and slowly close them so an entire industry wasn t destroyed pretty much over night This would have protected communities from the destruction they suffered under Thatcher and protect hard working men from languishing on the dole because all they knew in life was hard manual labor down a pit and trying to find a new reasonable pay job in Thatchers no minimum wage no workers rights sweatshop Britain with 5 million unemployed is not a simple case of getting on your bike to find work Looking to the future is what Labour are doing now though I admit a bit late in the day They are trying to get 50 of our young people in education or training so we as a nation are ready for the 21st century industries the green industries that are set to revolutionise the world and Labour wants Britain at the forefront of those new industries Historical the Conservatives leave business to market forces Market forces does not work well with new virgining industries we need to be the innovators not the followers and that takes government intervention to promote those industries through education and training of a new workforce with the required skills and offering businesses in those new industries a good reason to setup shop in Britain 13 years isn t nearly enough time to turn around the damage the Tories did to a generation of young people Consider 5 10 years just to get infrastructure capital investment and legislation in place and a further 10 years to actually educate and train a new generation of workers in these new industries before real change is noticeable If the Tories get back in much of the hard work will be lost David Reply to Comment Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election T Comment on Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election Well if you d done your research properly everyone there is a trend however this trend is unrecognised Conservative s come into power make a huge mess and the poor suffer Labour comes into power and fixes all the problems as promised when problems are fixed Labour runs out of ideas and innovation doesn t seem to move on People get sick of no new ground breaking laws or action etc then who else to vote for They will go conservative again and so the cycle goes Well since the 1920 s anyway and love how you name conservatives as best PM s notbaly the ones many refer to as times compared to what was believed to be dictatorships If you had lived as an adult during that time you would understand why all the middle aged workers middle lower class hate conservatives and all the problems they faced Plus Tony Blair when he started was great Also if you look into the past conservatives ALSO caused a recession and brown has brought us out of a recession TWICE as fast as Thatcher did however I must add I think Clegg has thrown a chink in the chain this time however and we could see BIG changes to our politics the one strange thing this time however is all the parties seem to have the same sort of policies for a change Something going on behind the curtains methinks Reply to Comment Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election David Comment on Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election all the parties seem to have the same sort of policies for a change Although they sound very similar we all know what Labour and Conservatives stand for and they are opposites I have to be honest to admit I m not completely sure what the Lib Dems stand for they ve not had power in my life time so don t know what their true face is Conservatives are for rich people as is shown with the way they vote against national minimum wage against workers rights against the NHS against protecting foxes stags and other animals from barbaric blood sports Labour are for the working class as is shown with the way they vote for national minimum wage for workers rights for the NHS for banning barbaric blood sports Doesn t matter what the parties leaders say today it matters what their MPs voting records tell us what their parties stand for and their voting records tells us Labour care about

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  • Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty
    one thing at election time and do another when elected if it isn t the we have no plans to cop out answer it s a down right lie David 4 responses to Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty Previous 1 2 3 Boo Comment on Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty Its quite easy for people to judge Nick Clegg and the illegals in the UK However they have forgotten that Nick has been the only person to come out with not just a reasonable but the best solution to the problem Lets face the fact that Nick did not get the right figures saying that there are 600 000 illegals in the UK but actually there are over 1 5million illegals in the UK which includes asians africans from the common wealth countries and are exercising their treaty for the british colonialism in the past Are the british not just caucasians but all racial backgrounds ready to do the jobs that the illegal immigrants do e g cleaning pizza delievry mcdonalds assistants care assistants chinese delivery ticket attendants etc and lets remember all these jobs mentioned are all at the minimum wage of 5 50p h Also putting it at the back of our minds that these people do not receive benefits but are increasing our economy Cast your votes properly and think carefully LIB DEM ALL THE WAY Reply to Comment Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty Diego Comment on Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty So far from a financial burden as some suggest this new research has found an amnesty could be worth up to 3 billion a year to the country s economy The study also demolishes the argument that an amnesty would inevitably lead to increased migration to the UK and identifies effective border controls as the vital factor in controlling and deterring illegal immigration Reply to Comment Ogiugo Comment on Get serious Get serious If you are advocating against amnesty you are not doing it for the benefit of the country but you are being a racist and a big bigot Illegal immigrants contributes immensely to the development of the nations economy because they all work and pay tax They are not lazy and doesn t go for plenty children I as an illegal immigrant have worked peacefully in this country for nine good years and i have paid tax likewise thousands of other illegal immigrants that I know It is time this country learn from Spain and Italy These nations are benefiting greatly from immigrant in the sense that they grant them amnesty all the time and they have to renew their papers every year but before doing so these immigrants have to provide proof that they have worked and pay tax for the year so as a result they are no illegal employment in these two countries All immigrant are working and contributing to the development of their economy What will Britain loose as a nation

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