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  • Broken Britain, Broken Society and the BIG Society
    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 Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Mark Lees Comment on Broken Britain Broken Society and the BIG Society Labour and the Lib Dems share an ideology that the state should control and run everything At the moment approx 48 of the countries economy is dependant on the state That is clearly unsustainable because the state is requiring huge loans to keep up The only other way would be huge tax hikes which would reduce the amount of money to spend and reduce the private sector further increasing the burden on the state again We have to reduce the size of the state and do what we can to increase the private sector The party best equipped to do this is the Tories All other considerations should be put aside until the national debt is under control I also 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 Reply to Comment Broken Britain Broken Society and the

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  • General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester
    basic maths David Reply to Comment General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester brian Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester Does the general public really care about debates As far as I m concerned debates are for boring universities All the public need is to try and choose a party that they hate the least That is what U K politics has always been about because we know that all parties promise to make our lives better even though they have had years to do so but didn t Reply to Comment David Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester Looks like the British electorate do care as after the 1st live TV debate Nick Clegg and the Lib Dems polling results increased significantly Apparently almost 10 million people watched the live TV debate add to that the sound bites etc that will be on the news and news papers today and pretty much every voter will know how the live TV debate went Public opinion is driven by the media if they say the Lib Dems have increased support after the TV debate more people will vote for the Lib Dems and less for the other parties David Reply to Comment General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester Bob Kelso Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester guys the only person who convinced me that he would be a good leader for this country was Cameron Nick Clegg kept on repeating himself and where is he going to get this 17 billion pounds if not through increased taxes It was his maths not Cameron s which didn t add up The conservative party is the only one whose economic policy will not vastly increase the deficit It is also the only one whose policies on crime really address the issue Voting lib dem is most likely to cause a hung parliament which is the most damaging possible outcome of this election and voting labour will simply result in four or five more years of disaster Brown simply bullied the others smearing cameron then sucking up to Clegg preparing for the possibility of a hung parliament The only viable choice is Cameron and the Conservative Party Reply to Comment General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester terry cook Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester Was thinking about voting for David Cameron but after last nights debate I think I m now going towards the Lib Dems Defo not Lazy Labour Reply to Comment Adam Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester Being a first time voter i was very unsure on which party to vote for Last nights debate has definitely made my mind up to vote Lib Dems It seems as if Brown and Cameron are in a childish fight while Clegg seems to have things to say rather than hit

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  • General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester
    and I said to my partner They re going to do immigration And guess what They did First thing Gracefully followed by crime no connection I m sure Immigration is not a problem in this country The wars that we are waging and wasting public s money on are a problem MPs corruption is a problem Capitalism and the credit crunch that it predictabaly and understandably brought is a problem Climate change that is already affecting people s lives is a problem The list goes on and on and on Women earning 17 less than men is a problem The elderly s poverty is a problem All this money that goes on wars could go on education and health care The electoral system in the UK is so archaic that we affectively have a choice out of two non options This is not democracy is it But would they debate any of these issues Reply to Comment General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester julie calvert Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester hi i would like to comment on the remark david cameron made earlier regarding immigration saying he had recently spoken to a 40yr old black man who lives in plymouth who came to this country when he was 6yr old and that he had served in the navy for 30yrs well i am no mathematician but even i know that only made the man concerned 4yrs of age at the time of jpoining the navy sorry cant believe a word that comes out of his mouth lost my vote already Please put this point to him Reply to Comment General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester David Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester Well spotted that would make the person David Cameron spoke to 10 years old when he joined the Royal Navy David Reply to Comment Rt Rev James Adams Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester well spotted indeed they are human after all Reply to Comment Rt Rev James Adams Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester Let us not get too excited These men are only human beings with all their frailties We expect too much of politicians We all need to take matters more into our own hands even if it means more demonstrations strikes and stoppages one does not believe that merely by voting in a different probably quite anonymous candidate one is going to exert a lot of influence the country is really run by a host of silent unpaid volunteers without whom the whole edifice would crumble So support your local volunteer group Reply to Comment General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester Stefan Helm Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester The cameraman seems to be avoiding closeups of Cameron and Brown and concentrating solely on Clegg Also Cameron got cut

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  • What a JOKE. lib democrats phshhh i would have thought the CONSERVATIVES would have been
    CONSERVATIVES would have been in the lead but the lib democrats i personally am rooting for labour simply because lib dem and conservatives are too gimicky to my taste i also think that we have nt really given gordan brown a chance to show what he can do yes we have been under a labour government for god knows how much years but we really have nt seen brown do his stuff 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 Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting UK General Election Hung Parliament Should the Government Ban the Islam4UK Wootton Bassett March Poll Halting Immigration Would be Economic Suicide for the UK Unite Against Fascism UAF BNP Immigration Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote 2010 General Election Results UK Electoral Reform Alternative Vote System Tory MP Philip Hollobone May Face Criminal Prosecution Over De Veiling Request Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government

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  • I want UK to stop acts of Imperialism with the US and
    to recognize Israel right of existence and continue stop acts of Extremism among Arab States Increase Aid to Africa by cutting costs spent on Wra in the Middle East Nick Catholic University of Malawi More Comments by Nick Thombozi General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester I want UK to stop acts of Imperialism with the US and work hard to solve problems affecting the world Iran should not be the Agenda in the next government but should strive to fighting for stability in the region Try to Continue Reading General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester 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 Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting UK General Election Hung Parliament Should the Government Ban the Islam4UK Wootton Bassett March Poll Halting Immigration Would be Economic Suicide for the UK Unite Against Fascism UAF BNP Immigration Proportional Representation The Single

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  • General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester
    the TV audience of 37 Also see the Second General Election SKY Live TV Leaders Debate in Bristol 3 responses to General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester Previous 1 2 3 mia lonime Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester what a JOKE lib democrats phshhh i would have thought the CONSERVATIVES would have been in the lead but the lib democrats i personally am rooting for labour simply because lib dem and conservatives are too gimicky to my taste i also think that we have nt really given gordan brown a chance to show what he can do yes we have been under a labour government for god knows how much years but we really have nt seen brown do his stuff Reply to Comment General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester Nick Thombozi Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester I want UK to stop acts of Imperialism with the US and work hard to solve problems affecting the world Iran should not be the Agenda in the next government but should strive to fighting for stability in the region Try to persuade Iran to recognize Israel right of existence and continue stop acts of Extremism among Arab States Increase Aid to Africa by cutting costs spent on Wra in the Middle East Reply to Comment Nick Thombozi Comment on General Election ITV1 Live TV Leaders Debate in Manchester I want UK to stop acts of Imperialism with the US and work hard to solve problems affecting the world Iran should not be the Agenda in the next government but should strive to fighting for stability in the region Try to persuade Iran to recognize Israel right of existence and continue stop acts of Extremism

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  • Full Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government Agreement
    Whitehall to councils communities and homes across the nation Wherever possible we want people to call the shots over the decisions that affect their lives And we are both committed to turning old thinking on its head and developing new approaches to government For years politicians could argue that because they held all the information they needed more power But today technological innovation has with astonishing speed developed the opportunity to spread information and decentralise power in a way we have never seen before So we will extend transparency to every area of public life Similarly there has been the assumption that central government can only change people s behaviour through rules and regulations Our government will be a much smarter one shunning the bureaucratic levers of the past and finding intelligent ways to encourage support and enable people to make better choices for themselves In every part of this agreement we have gone further than simply adopting those policies where we previously overlapped We have found that a combination of our parties best ideas and attitudes has produced a programme for government that is more radical and comprehensive than our individual manifestos For example when you take Conservative plans to strengthen families and encourage social responsibility and add to them the Liberal Democrat passion for protecting our civil liberties and stopping the relentless incursion of the state into the lives of individuals you create a Big Society matched by big citizens This offers the potential to completely recast the relationship between people and the state citizens empowered individual opportunity extended communities coming together to make lives better We believe that the combination of our ideas will help us to create a much stronger society one where those who can do and those who cannot we always help And in the crucial area of public service reform we have found that Liberal Democrat and Conservative ideas are stronger combined For example in the NHS take Conservative thinking on markets choice and competition and add to it the Liberal Democrat belief in advancing democracy at a much more local level and you have a united vision for the NHS that is truly radical GPs with authority over commissioning patients with much more control elections for your local NHS health board Together our ideas will bring an emphatic end to the bureaucracy top down control and centralisation that has so diminished our NHS Three weeks ago we could never have predicted the publication of this document After the election of course there was the option of minority government but we were uninspired by it Instead there was the option of a coalition in the national interest and we seized it When we set off on this journey we were two parties with some policies in common and a shared desire to work in the national interest We arrive at this programme for government a strong progressive coalition inspired by the values of freedom fairness and responsibility This programme is for five years

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  • Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government
    Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government Willie Comment on Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government Well said Ken Reply to Comment David Comment on Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government The country would be led by one party Labour in coalition with others Even though I m a Labour voter I don t want to see a coalition this way it will be weak government I d have been very happy with a Labour and Lib Dem coalition with a combination of the two easily resulting in a majority but not Lab Lib and pretty much everyone else except the Conservatives that barely creates a majority it s bound to fail when those within the rainbow coalition demand too much for their support or individual MPs say no to specific policies etc I d rather see a Conservative led coalition that will be blamed for the austerity measures and Labour can concentrate on the next general election David Reply to Comment Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government Dean Comment on Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government How is it that Liberal and Labour could possibly form a Government whilst still not having sufficient seats to get past that 326 seat post Perhaps someone could enlighten me Surely we need another election as it would be quite ridiculous to have the two losers forming a Government Reply to Comment Vicki Comment on Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government I totally agree with you on this one Reply to Comment Vicki Comment on Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government How is it that even though the UK population has voted in the conservatives that labour and the lib dems have the cheek to ignore this and by the looks of things form an alliance What is the point in voting if we still get no say in the matter I am aware that conservatives didnt get enough seats but still c mon Reply to Comment David Comment on Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government Labour and the Lib Dems have as much right to form a government as the Conservatives have IF they can make it work I can t see it working beyond the short term of the parties involved having some power and then realising they can t all have what they want David Reply to Comment Tee Jay Em Comment on Election 2010 Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government I think that it is completely OUTRAGEOUS that there is even the possibility of a Labour Lib Dem alliance The Conservatives gained the huge majority of seats in this election and I think that Kingmaker Clegg underestimates the enormity of the backlash from the electorate if he trys to form an alliance with Labour Gordon Brown should have resigned immediately after his apalling election defeat but instead he cynically chooses to resign in the middle of the coalition talks to try and divert everyones

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