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    How easy that people shrug aside things that may have a negative impact on our lives and want to sit back and do nothing im not saying some things maybe helpful, but some like selling to private clamping companies our data is beyond a joke we know that these companies have conned the general public of many thousends of pounds with criminal activities some have been forced out of business which is good but some are still out there ready to pounce on any of us and as seen on tv have bulling tactics to get monies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinytim View Post
    You do not want to engage because of your political agender or maybe a tory like many disabled are for the life of me I never understand why i have said before i was a life long labour supporter until we got tony blair he lost a lolt of support from old labour and really a new party for workers and sick and disabled would be good.
    But we have to look at Greece the people there had just had enough of the cuts and voted in a socialist party so alls not lost.
    As to you saying my posts are all political do not read them or do not reply to them as in another post politics does affect us in our daily lifes and by talking about issues it can educate people who just sit back and do not vote.
    What you are posting about is something we all know occurs. If you want to make a difference either speak to your MP or run yourself to become an MP. There is little use moaning on here, whilst achieving little.

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    I really do not understand the attitude towards tinytim on here.

    He's not having a go at anyone.

    He is just expressing his own opinions.

    I might not agree with everything he posts - but as long as he is not having a go at individual posters, what's the problem?

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    Not everyone knows unless you are a no it all? and its not moaning its about getting people educated to the fact that not every one is like you tool and wants to let it all happen without talking ABOUT IT? and theres and for me even if I could be an mp I could not abide party line.

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    Already contacted my mp hes a tory and agrees with everything the gov does as for running for mp I am not well enough and also all mps stick to party line otherwise they get no promotion.
    There maybe only a handful of mps that go against party line like Glenda Jackson in blairs gov and she was bullied and lost her post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinytim View Post
    Already contacted my mp hes a tory and agrees with everything the gov does as for running for mp I am not well enough and also all mps stick to party line otherwise they get no promotion.
    There maybe only a handful of mps that go against party line like Glenda Jackson in blairs gov and she was bullied and lost her post.
    DVLA providing data to companies and individuals with legitimate requests is not a new government initiative. I assume it has always existed, since the inception of the DVLA. As Flymo has explained there is little to add.

    Glenda Jackson? Well, she is just another champagne socialist.

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    Many thanks rich-ward its them that have a problem some do not like the truth as to Glenda Jackson she attends every work and pensions and I have seen her stand up for sick and disabled and really made ids angry he did not like Glenda telling him what was going on in the real world.

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    Glenda Jackson I will stick up for as she in tony blairs gov resigned over what she believes in and that is true socialist policies as we know tony blair was more about tory policies he did away with clause 4 that's why many old labour left the party.
    Tony blair used pfi which was a tory policy to build hospitals and caused the country high interest payments which will take years to pay back.

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    I do have some respect for Glenda Jackson, even though I don't necessarily agree with her politics. She stands by what she says, unlike many MPs. Her voting record at around 55% is well below the average though.
    No single thing can define me; not my work, not my politics, not my hobbies, not my vices and not my disability. I'm way more complex than that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinytim View Post
    Glenda Jackson I will stick up for as she in tony blairs gov resigned over what she believes in and that is true socialist policies as we know tony blair was more about tory policies he did away with clause 4 that's why many old labour left the party.
    Tony blair used pfi which was a tory policy to build hospitals and caused the country high interest payments which will take years to pay back.
    PFI was expanded under Blair, causing hospitals to now become bankrupt as a result. The results can be seen today. PFI should never have existed, even though I align with Conservative policies. Blair wanted to build a lot of hospitals in little time and that is why he used PFI. So he could get re-elected.

    You cannot win an election without appealing to the centre ground. If you move to far left, you alienate the Centre and Right wing groups and vice versa. I like to think of it this way - in all elections you will get 40% who vote left wing - 40% who vote right wing but it is that 20% centre ground who make the difference of either side wining.

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