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  1. most definately true, their support was holding up very well, and as things stand they were likely to return a slightly increased majority, a few seats here and there, however the election was called to enable a landslide victory and to create an effective parliamentry dictatorship through a huge majority, i think the tories were in clear danger of losing out on that,
  2. damn lefties storming through social media scoring political points off of dead kids eh
  3. she, don't say that, you'll be accused of accusing the Tory party of using the events for political gain, c'mon we all know they would never do such a thing, we all know tomorrow Thersa May will go on the telly and say, ah yes where were we, ah yes weak and wobby u-turns, lets get talking about that again
  4. katie hopkins proposed a "final solution"
  5. after the initial shock of finding out about the attack last night and thinking about the poor people caught up in it's effects, it didn't take long to see how the Tory party would use the events to their advantage, hell just the break in news focus itself is priceless for them and the breathing space it has given may, It;s stopped the momentum that was building up against May in it's tracks, It will also allow May to return to the highly controlled orchestrated speeches,,the stage managed appearences, All designed to show how she is strong stable and a magnificent leader, basically undoing most if not all of the recent unraveling of this pretense that was showing she is anything but this. wonder how easy she'll find it to hide her pleasure at how events have come to her rescue
  6. things getting really bad for the Torys, even quidco sent me an email to inform me that "May Madness has arrived" personally I think they are more than a few years late with this reveal
  7. of course you can be a snowflake, next time you see utter crap, lies or grossly misleading posts or information, just take the time to point out the errors of whats being said, that seems the usual situation where the term snowflake is used the most
  8. Lynton crosby makes an emergency adjustment to the Tory party election strategy image upload no limit
  9. to follow the assertions about corbyn along logical extensions would mean all those anti war protesters, by being part of the populace that voted for a blair government were central to us going to war in iraq.
  10. Unfortunately neoliberalism was invented and we have been driving determinedly onward to a corporatocracy ever since. new labour was a center right party but unfortunately was still neoliberal, neoliberalism is the problem as its a ideology driven by an economic theory, well that is pure horseshit
  11. you change your position quicker than may does a u-turn, problem is you based your claimed argument on a complete twisting of the facts in an attempt to portray something that wasn't true
  12. it ain't the years since manufacture but the miles on the clock that counts
  13. we can only hope somewhere along the way a centre right party does emerge, shame it hasn't happened over the last 20 years, then we wouldn't have had to endure this extremist radical neoliberal far right corporatist plurocracy of a tory party we've had to for the last 7 years/ this lot make thatcher look like a lefty trot and an intellectual genius at the same time
  14. your attempts to rewrite history to fit the narrative you want are despicable and then to try to wriggle worm like away from them when they are called out for the hogwash they are with symantics compounds the contempt your posts should be held in
  15. errm you said he was a central figure of that party, a central figure would have been on the front bench by prefixing this central figure with the party approved it, you also suggest Corbyn was cenral to the approval of an illegal war when the opposite was the truth, what next robyn cook was chief war mongerer and battle drummer for blair?
  16. Blair made his mind up about the Iraq/afganistan conflicts way before he consulted his party or parliament and was always going to get what he wanted, and your not seriously suggesting Corbyn support him as a CENTRAL FIGURE of his center right government. Cameron took a gamble on a brexit referendum in an desperate attempt on behalf of his party to cling onto power, his party got the election result it wanted, unfortunately for cameron he part lost his gamble with the referendum result, a bit like getting payed out on a each way bet for a third place, only time will tell if the gamble was worth it. the referendum was probably the right thing to do but it is tainted by being called with the wrong agenda, was debated with very little more than fearmongering and lies all around, and as proof of this, cameron couldn't wait to bugger off and get his self clear of the situation
  17. you mean like the last person to take up occupancy there?
  18. They really learnt a thing or two from the British Establishment then didn't they, well apart from kneecaping, the British establishment preferred maiming people who stood up to them in different ways
  19. theresa may may feel she did about now
  20. reminds me of a conversation i had with a very ineffectual senior manager, i ended mine with somthing along the lines of, go run away then, look everyone ther're running away, a little bit of critism or debate and they are running away,
  21. I think May should be worried, when people like Kuenssberg veer off from their default position of toadying up teh writing is on the wall
  22. Seems like The Tory's are getting so worried they have to steal and add a watered down Corbyn pledge to their manifesto and give people an extra day off work a year, don't get too excited as it will not be a paid day off like Corbyns extra bank Holidays. Monday 22 May 2017 by Andrew Tories to allow day off work to leave elderly relative on mountain-top for vultures The Conservative Party has today made a manifesto pledge to guarantee workers one day off work each year in order to drag a sick or elderly relative to a mountain-top to be eaten alive by vultures. Simon Williams, a spokesman for the party said, “More and more workers are having to care for ageing parents, and employers are putting pressure on them not to take time off work “But with this manifesto promise, Britain’s workers will not have to risk losing their jobs for disposing of a relative they could no longer afford to feed, keep warm or buy medication for. “This pledge guarantees them time off work to provide end-of-life care for a relative by enshrining in law their right to a full 24 hours to drag their loved one’s still living body up a mountainside to be consumed by scavengers. “This pledge also demonstrates our commitment to protecting endangered species, i.e. vultures.” The spokesman added, “This day off will of course be unpaid. We can’t expect employers or the state to shoulder that burden.” http://newsthump.com/2017/05/22/tories-to-allow-day-off-work-to-leave-elderly-relative-on-mountain-top-for-vultures/
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