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    What astonishes me RaspberryRipple is that we are...

    What astonishes me RaspberryRipple is that we are in agreement for once - now there's a first! Seriously though I think you have the right attitude for you to face the world and be proud of who you...
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    Maybe you should just try to get over it. You've...

    Maybe you should just try to get over it. You've probably been called a lot worse - but just haven't heard it. I mean this sincerely. I have heard many people whisper under their breaths upon my...
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    According to Rightsnet less than 210,000 people...

    According to Rightsnet less than 210,000 people have claimed Universal Credit. This is after about 4 years. With millions more claimants still to be transferred over from legacy benefits not to...
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    This is truly diabolical isn't it. The welfare...

    This is truly diabolical isn't it. The welfare state should be there to protect these vulnerable people in their time of need - absolutely 100%. They have enough on their plates to be worrying about...
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    Society is turning more and more in to a...

    Society is turning more and more in to a minefield in my opinion in terms of the relationship between parents "children" and "young people" and state institutions such as schools, local government,...
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    So now we hear that Osborne is lining up...

    So now we hear that Osborne is lining up hard-pressed Housing Benefit (HB) recipients in his sights, supposedly to be announced in next week's budget; if this is true, it will further demonstrate how...
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    What's with the fixation on these Christmas adds?...

    What's with the fixation on these Christmas adds? I don't get it - sorry I don't mean any offence. I just find it all rather odd.

    I'm not expecting a response, therefore, I'll just assume its your...
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    Totally agree with your analysis of Tory voters...

    Totally agree with your analysis of Tory voters and Tax Credits. However, Jeremy Corbyn and Labour in general, in particular their activists knocking on doors etc, need to 'lovebomb' the irate, soon...
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    I love the pantomime's at Christmas. I'd like to...

    I love the pantomime's at Christmas. I'd like to see some government ministers and even members of the opposition perform a Christmas pantomime - that would be great fun! And I'm not talking about...
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    Never been in the place and never will - even if...

    Never been in the place and never will - even if I could afford to. It'l be Home Bargains and the pound shop for me - am I bothered - NO. I would hate the thought of mingling with all those...
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    Wooders, one poll I saw today had Corbyn at -20...

    Wooders, one poll I saw today had Corbyn at -20 and Cameron at -4. To be honest I think we can all take polls with a pinch of salt. I agree we do now have a functioning opposition - in a sense that...
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    I'm not sure what your point is Popeye? Unless of...

    I'm not sure what your point is Popeye? Unless of course it's "gone over my head" - if so, I apologise. Seriously though this thread is supposed to be about whether or not the establishment...
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    That's a very good point, I don't think we should...

    That's a very good point, I don't think we should ever assume that anybody especially MPs won't ever change their minds. For example, in 2010 George Osborne rejected chancellor Gordon Brown's fiscal...
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    Well Labour have decided to vote against George...

    Well Labour have decided to vote against George Osborne's fiscal charter with the exception of a few MPs who abstained. In terms of hope and at least having some kind of political representation this...
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    Yes indeed Paul - we can but hope! One has to...

    Yes indeed Paul - we can but hope! One has to have hope to carry on!

    Buster
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    Of course it certainly doesn't help the plight of...

    Of course it certainly doesn't help the plight of the disabled when people like Tory welfare reform minister Lord Freud says to the country - "disabled people are not worth the minimum wage" and...
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    Good luck mate! I'm sure you'll put them in their...

    Good luck mate! I'm sure you'll put them in their place Nukecad - good on ya.

    Buster
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    Hi Vantage, thank you for the clarification,...

    Hi Vantage, thank you for the clarification, consequently, I think we will have to agree to disagree - I do believe you are completely wrong. Anyway, it makes for a healthy debate - I'm sure. This...
  19. Thread: Speed cameras

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    Seen as the photo was taken 150 meters away -...

    Seen as the photo was taken 150 meters away - perhaps it was taken before you spotted the unmarked police van and before you had chance to slow down to the correct speed? I wish you well - nobody...
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    Interesting view from Vantage. However, I don't...

    Interesting view from Vantage. However, I don't believe that the recent political shifts will remain in place, in particular, the Tories remaining as far right-wing as they currently are. I believe...
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    Couldn't agree more. That's why Jeremy Corbyn and...

    Couldn't agree more. That's why Jeremy Corbyn and his brilliant shadow chancellor John McDonnell will not make the same mistakes if elected in 2020. There will be no more wars, no more cosying up to...
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    Caley, I agree, I too hope Jeremy Corbyn will be...

    Caley, I agree, I too hope Jeremy Corbyn will be able to do something to temper Tory inhumanity shown towards the poor and disabled. Jeremy is already making a good fist of it, in my opinion - so,...
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    Jeremy Corbyn: a halt to the onslaught?

    Now that Jeremy Corbyn has finally been elected as Labour and therefore opposition leader, it is expected that he will realign not only politics of the Labour Party but also of British politics as a...
  24. By the way, strictly speaking, it is the Queen's...

    By the way, strictly speaking, it is the Queen's government (although unelected) and not David Cameron's government as you allude.

    Buster
  25. I think the Queen's speech was just a whole lot...

    I think the Queen's speech was just a whole lot of claptrap designed to appease the almost exclusively right-wing Tory press. For example, even by reducing the overall household benefits cap from...
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