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  • On the face of it you would expect relatively well off people
    large group of people who are not driving the economy through recycling money through British businesses Relatively poor people do not save money give them an extra few quid a week and it s spent and that money goes through British businesses driving the economy People complain that local pubs are closing imagine if every regular pub user bought one extra pint a week because they have a few extra quid at the end of the week I realise pubs closing is a bigger issue than the above cheap alcohol from supermarkets etc but the principle still holds Under Labour and the national minimum wage a family can at least live reasonably well as long as they are careful and can afford the odd luxury item without having to save for a year It s still not enough money it s not a living wage but it at least allows relatively poor people to contribute to the economy which makes people like me I run a business more money And that s why I ll never vote Conservative they do not understand how the economy works I don t think Labour really get it either but they care more about working calls people so in effect put more money in the pocket of the less well off that go out and spend it which drives the economy and makes me more money BTW Why are you having a go at me Up until 10 years ago I was unable to work and was on incapacity benefit started a business about 10 years ago which has been quite successful and 5 years ago bought our first home before that was renting social housing Now we could either pay off the first mortgage over the next year or buy a second house and have two homes one of which will be our savings for old age We ve had it really hard in the past having to survive hand to mouth on benefits buying 4p tins of beans from Tescos that tasted like crap and never buying any luxuries or going out to have a good time Now we are doing quite well and I m not apologetic that 10 years of hard work has paid off and we are doing well and can afford to buy 2 or more houses I d like to buy a house every few years as investments for the future What I don t want to see is a Conservative government ruin what we ve got by thinking very short term and only helping the relatively well off in the mistaken belief if you give rich people more money they will share out the wealth themselves by generating more jobs We all know it doesn t work that way under the Tories the rich get richer and the poor get poorer At least under Labour the rich get richer even richer than under the Tories and the poor get a little better off Neither system is

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  • Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour?
    to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour Alex Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour Dave Tom you seem to remember the thatcher government well but seem to exclude the previous labour government who if i remember correclty more or less encouraged national strikes on a weekly basis meaning the whole country would come to a stand still the reason for the mass unemployment was because the country was in so much debt that if thatcher didnt sell any of our assets we would be a third world country by now heck our economy was basicly run by other countries as labour couldnt even add up and because of this debt there was no money to spend in the public sector schools NHS etc please let me know if you come up with a decent plan to spend money we dont have without borrowing oh and by the way the economy and public sector were both on the rise and had pretty much settled by the time tony and his lying bunch of labour miscreants came to power for the past 13 years labour have been riding off the good accounting skills of the previous conservative government and i think we need them now wouldnt you say considering this economic mess we re in Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour Ancient Warrior Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour I had first hand experience of the Wilson Heath Callaghan years and one fact omitted from Labour propaganda is the destructive power of the unions during those years They did not fight for the working man they fought for political ideology It was the Conservatives who saved us from total destruction and debt in the eighties The electorate never learn they continue to believe the lies of a discredited Labour Government instead of listening to all the facts hence the mess we have today Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour ian Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour I lived and worked under 18 years of Tory and Thatcher rule and i can assure you i did not feel saved as ancient warrior suggests it was a me me me society the NHS was destroyed as were most public services public utillities were flogged off to the French and money was all that counted Now that the undead have risen lets hope the LibDems have plenty of garlic and wooden stakes on hand to keep them in check Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour Jane Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour Totally agree Labour should leave them to it I feel sad for Gordon Brown because I think he is a good man and I don t think there are that many good people in politics Unfortunately it s not being good that keeps you at the top With regards to the Conservative responses It has been identified that Scots who are in the social class that would normally vote Conservative do not because they care about those who are worse off than them and do not feel Conservatives policies benefit ALL It would appear that rich Southern Englanders only care about themselves Criticising past governments Labour or Conservative doesn t mean a thing it s the politicians representing us now that count and personally I wouldn t want David Cameron or Nick Clegg to be making decisions on our behalf They both appear as arrogant and too media focused and neither appear to have any depth It s all very well looking pretty in front of a camera but how will they respond in a crisis Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour Alex Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour jane we are already in a crisis and brown and labour have put us there Reply to Comment Sylvia Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour So the Conservative voting public are Selfish B Well I think someone who is lamenting that they won t be able to buy a second home is also selfish and posssibly other adjectives come to mind as some people cannot afford one home even though they are working full time The whole economy is in a mess people shouldn t have to rely on tax credits etc to get a workable income which they can use for the necessities in life They shouldn t be paying tax in the first place if they need credits to survive but I suppose double accounting by the tax collectors keep more of them in employment Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour David Comment on Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour I would say the majority not all of voter vote for selfish reasons they vote for what they think will benefit their and their families life most Maybe we could remove the core Green vote from the selfish bracket since they think they are trying to save the planet etc which can be seen as altruistic I technically don t vote selfishly if I did I d seriously consider voting Tory as they are more likely to not to take my hard earned money though seeing how the Tories ran the economy last time dragging the country as a whole down if you can t get it right in 18 years there s something wrong with your approach NOT voting Tory for me is also a selfish vote since I don t want complete morons like George Osborne as chancellor ruining an economy I rely on to perform well so I make more money So I do vote selfishly by voting Labour I don t think the Conservatives understand how an economy actually works as a whole They see an economy like a single business that if they

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  • Broken Britain, Broken Society and the BIG Society
    and a broken Britain And is proof that if the Tories are elected then Britain will continue to be divided even further No one should be punished or uncared for in Britain we should be pulling resources together not denying people help and guidance Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society GB Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society What the Tories and Labour are really saying is my way or no way They are demonstrating a lack of democratic tendancies and just want to carte blanche impose their will on the majority of people who did not vote for them in the first place Also if Mr Cameron is truly disturbed as his poster campaign about the increasing gap between the well off and the less well off how is he going to correct this It seems to me that thise who are already wealthy will inevitably find themselves best placed to take advantage of better economic circumstances and the only real way to adjust for this is via the tax system Do the Tories propose to do this Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Joe Phillips Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society I m fascinated by this broken society bit I m 75 and when I was in my teens kids went to Brighton to have a rumble and I have to confess I was there but it was only reported in the southern newspapers Today it would be on 24 hour news every fifteen minutes my parents were convinced that Britain was going to the dogs and over my lifetime it s always been the same cry every decade However this time I haven t found it very annoying because Cameron has decided to make it official and insult the entire community because he s not just talking about the bloke down the road he s talking about you and me we are responsible for this supposedly broken society though of course he wants you to believe it s everyone else s fault and only you can put it right What I ve find funny about getting old is people younger than me saying they daren t go out after dark I regularly take my dog out at any time between 10 at night and 1 in the morning and I ve never had a moments trouble Nottingham is supposed to be a no go area for anyone over 50 my wife and I take buses in to the cinema and amble about the great city and get the last bus home It s baloney if you go looking for trouble you ll get it but that has always been the way things are from when I was young living in London to now Britain is far from a broken society the people I meet in down town Nottingham and in uptown Britain are great but they suffer from nasty bigots who try to convince them they don t live in a wonderful free thinking society which I m proud to say my generation started Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society bryan Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society you have not lived under a tory run goverment i have if you are after a equial soicty under cameron forget it they finished off all industries north of watford and will do the same too the south west next time if we allow it by voting tory no one party is doing right by all british people and probley never will THINK hard its importent to get this election right Reply to Comment ian Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society I have to agree with Joe and Bryan i lived and worked under 18 years of Tory government and they were hatefull they destroyed society and the NHS Thatcher would have been the most hated PM ever had it not been for the Falklands war which we won despite her not because of her if it had happened 6 months later we would not have been able to fight it as she was selling the air craft carriers off scrapping HMS Endurance which gave the green light to the Argentinians in the first place and then for her to pose in that tank with scarfe and goggles on and take the credit makes me sick her cuts cost the lives of 250 British servicemen So vote Tory again and get Thatcherism through the back door Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society dave Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society screw all this political crap get royalty back in the big chair Reply to Comment ian Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society I agree we should go back to a royalty led country provided we could open the Whitehall window and pass them through it one at a time like in 1649 VIVE LA REPUBLIC Reply to Comment Louise Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Do you really think the Tory s are going to solve all those problems you have just talked about You have to GET REAL Look at the problems they caused in the 80 s They are full of promises that will be broken as soon as they are in power Come back to me in a years time after the tory s have been in power and i bet the area u live in is just as bad if not worse but the middle class area up the road will be better off with better schools with more resources professionals making more money and buying more cars and holidays etc to get our economy started again While the rest of us face the same old same old Dnt kid yourself that a tory government is going to change a thing And before you try to label me as labour or a socialist i am a floating voter who doesnt believe any of the nonsense they are all talking Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Ashok Ghosh Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society I personally agree with comments from David Cameron Following rule of Law is frowned upon In the class room discipline seems to have evaporated The teacher is harassed by unruly children No one can make any comment about lack of discipline There is virtually no incentive to do any job prpperly If the children do not attend school and go to all sorts of places during lessons time it does not seem to bother anyone Nowdays children enjoy virtually free buspasses I have seen them visiting various shopping aras during school time Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Louise Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society I am a teacher and totally disagree with your comment I work in Easterhouse a very deprived area in Glasgow If you are good at your job and work with the children and not against them then you earn respect Too many people talk about education matters when they do not have first hand experience of it David Cameron should spend more time discussing things he knows about and stop scare mongering I understand schools have problems but the reasons for these problems is due to lack of funds increasing class sizes lack of ecudcation suppose for children with learning problems lack of classroom assistants etc etc If a Tory government was to get into government i can promise you that the education problem in this country will worsen as it will be the first place cuts will be made and from personal experience resources are already stretched to the max Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Annabel Clarke Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Let me begin by stating quite categorically that I dont believe any of the main parties have the solution or the conviction to mend Broken Britain A fact that seems to be ignored by most political commentators is that a British goverment regardless of party will not be ALLOWED to impose the measures required to clean up the mess we are in because the EU controls what laws we are allowed to pass or repeal in respect of these issues The only way we could reimpose law and order respect national identity immigration control etc etc is to get out of the EU Looking back at our history with European control It is absolutely true that the Tories first got us in to the common market under Edward Heath and John Major very kindly fiddled through the Maastricht treaty on the speakers vote in 1992 But I ll tell you this the England I remember in 1997 when Election day came around bears no resemblance to the mess it is today after 13 years of Labour mismanagement There are 10 000 000 more immigrants here than there were then The open door policy has been nothing short of a disaster which the majority of voters has always been against Crime has gone through the roof in certain places you feel like youre an outsider if you are english I have watched national identity and respect for the law destroyed under Labour As the cabinet is mostly Scottish you cant really be suprised Labour has had scandal after scandal and accountability has been minimal You need look no further than Lord Mandelson who having twice been disgraced and kicked out of the cabinet was rewarded for his crimes with a peerage and a third go at a ride on the gravy train for an example of this governments corruption Now after 18 years of Tory rule I remember one hell of a better country in 1997 than what Labour has created by 2010 You want to blame Thatcher Who s been in power for 13 years The Tories certainly encouraged the me me me behaviour and enterprise throughout the 80 s and beyond but the tripled national debt pensions crisis national health debarcle illegal war in Iraq and immigration nightmare has all been thanks to the Labour party Thanks a bundle What breaks my heart is that the majority opinion is not represented by ANY of the main parties So as we go to another general election where we are non represented again the only question you have to ask yourself is which is worse giving the Tories a go for 5 years or sticking with the most corrupt government these shores have ever known Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Ian R Thorpe Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society You are possibly right that Britrain is not broken it may just be badly bent The nation is effectively bankrupt however If it was a business right now it would be put into receivership by the courts The government is having to borrow money to pay its bills and service its debts and has few assets left that can be sold as the Conservative and Labour governments of the last thirty years have offloaded everything of value to their mates the international finance community at knockdown prices Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society David Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Britain is not bankrupt for it to be bankrupt we d have to go into receivership or something and not be able to pay back our debts basically other countries would have to bail us out So stop scaremongering about bankrupt Britain all you are doing is adding negativity to a difficult financial situation Think about the effects of all this scaremongering in the media is having foreign investors won t want to invest in Britain if Britain believes it s bankrupt We are no where near what you d call bankrupt even Greece isn t bankrupt and they are in real trouble financially but still at a point where with help they can recover We don t need any external help as long as the next government manages the finances reasonably well and Labour has done an OK job so far not great but OK we ll slowly see the debt reduce over time This will be true of the vast majority of Europe with countries like Greece and Italy struggling far more than countries like Germany France and the UK where the debt levels relative to GDP measure of ability to pay are much lower There s nothing to be gained in having any country go bankrupt it damages world trade I was watching the news earlier not sure which channel or who was speaking a woman who was part of some sort of financial organisation was saying we are nothing like Greece the biggest risks for us is if the world as a whole starts to look on economies with large government debts pretty much all the European economies because of the recession etc and started to worry about their ability to pay back those debts hypothetically then we along with other European countries would be in trouble and lenders would run away She also added right now they aren t running away from us they are running to us that s a good thing Another thing that was interesting is our debts are apparently not very old where as Greece s debts are much older and they have new debts The importance of this is Greece is having to renegotiate old debts as they become due and this causes problems I m assuming higher rates of interest Since our debts aren t old if things did start to get much worse it would apparently take a lot longer for problems to affect us we wouldn t be renegotiating old debt Please stop scaremongering like the tabloid newspapers tell you to Do some research and you ll see as long as we don t slip into a world depression if we do the entire world will be in the s t and the next government acts responsibly we ll be fine medium term We are looking at some very difficult times ahead and none of the main parties are dealing with this before May 6th I m sure whoever wins they will deal with it We are in for a parliament of massive public sector cuts under the name of efficiency savings I accept it has to be done I just hope on May 7th we don t have a Conservative government who were initially salivating at the prospect of massive public sector cuts in spending At least Labour and the Liberal Democrats don t want to cut public sector spending even though they will have to David Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society ian Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society It would be very easy to get this country out of debt we should go to Ocean finance Clear your debts by getting a loan Reply to Comment Tony B Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society It s clear now that this site is in fact affiliated with Labour given the constant attacks on the Conservatives and non publishing of any manifestos other than Labour Reply to Comment David Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society It s not AFFILIATED with Labour it s not affiliated with any political party Yes I m biased I want the Tories to loose the election and yet you get to post comments supporting the Conservatives and have the option to start new articles about anything political and unique at http www general election 2010 co uk politics I m currently planning to vote Lib Dems but that might change back to Labour will see after the economy debate tomorrow I ve posted the manifestos of 8 political parties including the Conservatives Added them in the order they were published and on the day they were released online so that meant the Tories manifesto 2010 was added second on April 13th http www general election 2010 co uk conservative party manifesto 2010 general election So stop making BS up and start debating politics David Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Bob Stringer Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society The fundamental question isn t whether the country is broken or not Society is the real issue As there are very few people in this country who can t find something to moan about in their life also true of government We are all aware that for the next 10 years or more a large amount of fiscal belt tightening is going to be required and the effects of this will probably be felt for a generation So who s to blame There are many who would blame the government and banks for getting us into this mess but in reality it is our own innate greed and apathy that has been the downfall of this country With regard to greed every one of us wants the best deal we can get on everything we buy and in a free market society the banks and card companies are no different to your High St stores offering wondrous deals on their products and consequently we dutifully go along and take them Let s be honest when things were good no one cared about banking profits now things are sour lets all jump on the same bandwagon and form a lynch mob True the government of the day whoever it maybe as this will happen again should have seen this coming but had they tried to legislate against or cap the publics

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  • My two pence worth (unless the Lib Dems get in and that
    me the most First live debate both Con and Lab went easy on him due to the risk of a hung parliament and possible future partnerships As immigration seems one of the biggest concerns today his amnesty for 600 000 illegal immigrants goes against the majority of what the population is thinking on top of that he will allow them to bring one additional family member making it 1 2 million of which 600 000 were illegal in the first place To become a fully fledged member of Europe would mean our taxes would now be propping up Greece look how annoyed the Germans are now Not forgetting his position on Nuclear weapon They are a deterrent If he allows Iraq to develop Nuclear technology what next Conservative Just not sure I believe all he says But honestly to my mind not as scary as the rest and the other parties crazy ideas Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co uk 1 hi programmes the daily politics 7949104 stm from the Why I ll

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  • Labour and the Lib Dems share an ideology that the state should
    support the Tories plans to repair society It may not be completely broken but increasingly people are entering into a blame culture not taking responsibility for themselves People survive on benefits and complain they can t get a job because of their parents or school or the government It is that idea that needs to change Their may not always be jobs but very few people are entirely unemployable Somebody complained that the Tories are labelling all people out of work with the same brush by saying they are getting tough on people unwilling to work That simply isn t true They are saying they will cut benefits for people who turn paid work down If you are not offered a job you wil still recieve the benefits The only other benefit they are proposing is for people on high incomes which I don t think can be considered making the middle class richer as somebody else on here mentioned The Tories are always against it because their are such a huge number of people who would vote Labour even if Hitler was in charge but they are the party most likely to save us from the financial mess an overly large state as put us in More Comments by Mark Lees Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election I don t understand why you think increased public spending is a good thing Labour have indeed increased public spending in many key areas but the majority of the money is wasted on admin red tape or non essential staff I would Continue Reading Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting

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  • I’m still undecided on who to vote for, but it seems to
    me the most detail will get my vote More Comments by ian Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Jimbo We have no choice but to see what happens as we are where we are what we should have is a Conservative minority government and if the other parties were serious about putting the national intrests first work with that Continue Reading Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Election 2010 Theresa May Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equality I don t mind Ms May s appointment because you know she is going to talk shit before she starts and you can switch off as soon as her name is mentioned Continue Reading Election 2010 Theresa May Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equality Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government I agree when the sickly Clegg Cameron honeymoon is over and the backbench Thatcherite undead rise up a split is inevitable Continue Reading Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron We now have a government who have re written a new manifesto after the election on which no member of the public has voted for therefore they are going to govern without a mandate Continue Reading Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer No Jimbo i m not UKIP i am a betrayed Lib Dem voter i think there are 5 cabinet posts who s salary will be paid in pieces of silver Continue Reading Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co uk 1 hi

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  • The “Big Question,” which the Conservatives have to answer, and which David
    goodwill going to come from Gordon Brown says that New Labour is going to be guided by a sense of fairness but in all fairness how long can he continue to rely on the goodwill and support of those who put their faith in God while he denies their right to openly profess that faith or teach it to their children More Comments by Joe Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote Lib Dems want proportional representation is to grab more seats All of these proposed reforms are just the political parties jockying for position For example the only reason ther Lib Dems want proportional representation is to grab more seats None of them are motivated by a desire to give more Continue Reading Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote Politics of the Pope Visiting Britain in 2010 Poll The website www catholic com says People are subject to a wide variety of sinful desires over which they have little direct control but these do not become sinful until a person acts upon them either by acting out the desire Continue Reading Politics of the Pope Visiting Britain in 2010 Poll Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Traditionally the Conservatives are the party of law and order so they cannot condone law breaking in any form Whatever the crime men convicted of criminal offences are men who chose to break the law Legalising the conduct which amounted to Continue Reading Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co uk 1 hi programmes the daily politics 7949104 stm from the Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General

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  • Cameron’s “Big Society” is probably intended to be similar to Thatcher’s. People
    declared war on a section of her own society That is in a large measure what has led to a great many of today s social problems Prior to Thatcher Tory governments had always ruled with a measure of consensus after Thatcher the Tories tried very hard to destroy all of our hard won public services which give a measure of support to the socially and economically disadvantaged The Tories have not changed their spots and will continue to do so Many of them given half a chance would return Britain to the Victorian era some Tories often publicly speak of Victorian values the reality is that Victorian Britain was a country of abject poverty for the vast majority More Comments by Neil Mc Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote The author of this article has said the STV system is complicated As it is successfully used by many countries around the world to suggest the British electorate can t understand it is rather insulting The STV system of Proportional Representation Continue Reading Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote Although some minority political parties may get some influence in government they will not get total control Our present system allows a political party which can get as little as 27 of the vote to have total control over the Continue Reading Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co uk 1 hi programmes the daily politics 7949104 stm from the Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election Political Parties Video UK General Election Hung Parliament Should the Government Ban the

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