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Quote from: jimkerr on May 24, 2017, 20:43:05 PMJohn you would like the NHS Privatised ? it seems very unfair to me that a person who gets cancer or any other life long illness get it free why someone who gets dementia pays for it even your mother and mother in law should of been free in my opinion. But seems your happy with it i don't understand that unless of course your well off.
Quote from: jimkerr on May 24, 2017, 20:43:05 PMAnd for Corbyn a decent at last man who actually answers the questions.
Quote from: jimkerr on May 24, 2017, 20:43:05 PMThe Invasion of IraqWell set off a spiral of conflict, of hate, of misery, of desperation that will fuel the wars, the conflict, the terrorism, the depression and the misery of future generations.Jeremy Corbyn February 2003And this Terrorist is From UK and Libya Who bombed Libya ? we never learn its about time we did.
Quote from: Michael on May 24, 2017, 18:37:31 PMJohn McDonnell made the perfectly valid point that successive governments issued bonds to achieve the money to invest in projects, this is not debt this is investment in the countries infrastructure.
Quote from: baldy on May 24, 2017, 21:47:31 PMSo you too are economically illiterate.
Quote from: Bob DeBilda on May 24, 2017, 21:56:51 PMThe Labour party membership swelled amazingly when Corbyn was running for leadership. It swelled because all members have a vote and it swelled with Â£5 conservatives 'joining' in and being able to vote and vote for Corbyn because they saw him as the man to take the Labour party back to a place where they were never likely to win an election for the forseeable future.The only problem now is that because May is turning around faster than a ballerina on speed and coming up with vote losing policies, it might all backfire.
Quote from: Bob DeBilda on May 24, 2017, 21:56:51 PMMeans testing pensioners for their winter heating allowance is common sense. But it wont be popular even amongst well off Tory pensioners.
Quote from: Bob DeBilda on May 24, 2017, 21:56:51 PMAgain, well off Tory's will like the scrapping of tuition fees like you say and that will lose votes. The poorer ones will always have a Â£50,000 + dept hanging over them if fees aren't scrapped. No incentive to get a higher paid job there? Also no chance of being able to buy a house no matter how many are built!
Quote from: baldy on May 24, 2017, 21:47:31 PMIssuing bonds (ie. Gilts) is a way to borrow money at a stated rate of interest. It is debt. The money has to be paid back.
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