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    (Original post by Young Hot Stalin)
    Well maybe there wouldn't be so many people living on benefits if they were willing to do the jobs offered by Jobseekers, which clearly aren't quite good enough for the British.
    The reason they may not do these jobs isn't because the jobs are too good for them but because it is more efficient to just claim job seekers. The solution isn't to bring in immigrants but to be a bit tougher on these people.
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    Your views on the Syrian crisis. Does the world have a responsibility in removing the brutal al-Assad regime or should that be left to the Syrian people?
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    (Original post by internetguru)
    The reason they may not do these jobs isn't because the jobs are too good for them but because it is more efficient to just claim job seekers. The solution isn't to bring in immigrants but to be a bit tougher on these people.
    Unfortunately, then the people like single mothers who are honestly claiming benefits whilst juggling two jobs and supporting their children also suffer. And how is that fair?
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    (Original post by Young Hot Stalin)
    Unfortunately, then the people like single mothers who are honestly claiming benefits whilst juggling two jobs and supporting their children also suffer. And how is that fair?
    If they have two jobs then it is highly unlikely they are on job seekers. I am not suggesting housing benefit etc should be attacked.
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    (Original post by Young Hot Stalin)
    Nice one Labour, ending up in the news because of immigration. Leave the foreigners alone! Britain, oh sorry, I mean LABOUR requested Polish immigrant workers as a strategy to help our dependency ratio. They're paying tax to our government, helping our economy, doing jobs we don't want to do. Cut 'em some slack.
    I agree with you. However, you can't blame TSR Labour for actions by real life Labour, this is a Model House of Commons, and our policies are different from the real life Labour.
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    (Original post by davidmarsh01)
    I agree with you. However, you can't blame TSR Labour for actions by real life Labour, this is a Model House of Commons, and our policies are different from the real life Labour.
    If that was the case you would be the Social Democratic Party... You cannot play the come vote for us we are TSR Labour soak up all the pro's then when there is a con say some politically coward get out clause. We are not real Labour, then what the hell are you and why are you using there name for if your not them.

    TSR Lib Dems have taken hits for being Lib Dems, you have been all too capitalizing on this and tarring us with the same brush, why should it be any different for you and Labour to be able to disassociate. I don't think if you come on here and represent TSR Labour or TSR Lib Dems, you should be able to say we are not "Real" - defeats all objective in it being a model HoC.

    Yet you was all too happy to make us pay for our real life party. So your post is:
    1. Politically cowardly - disassociation game.
    2. Not offering a "Labour" way round the culture and own problem they created - no resolution.
    3. Hypocritical because you attack other parties on there RL counterparts - no integrity.

    Are you Labour or are you not, take on all the pro's and con's of being Labour or don't be it at all. You can't just have the pro's of Labour.
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    (Original post by misterxninja)
    If that was the case you would be the Social Democratic Party... You cannot play the come vote for us we are TSR Labour soak up all the pro's then when there is a con say some politically coward get out clause. We are not real Labour, then what the hell are you and why are you using there name for if your not them.

    TSR Lib Dems have taken hits for being Lib Dems, you have been all too capitalizing on this and tarring us with the same brush, why should it be any different for you and Labour to be able to disassociate. I don't think if you come on here and represent TSR Labour or TSR Lib Dems, you should be able to say we are not "Real" - defeats all objective in it being a model HoC.

    Yet you was all too happy to make us pay for our real life party. So your post is:
    1. Politically cowardly - disassociation game.
    2. Not offering a "Labour" way round the culture and own problem they created - no resolution.
    3. Hypocritical because you attack other parties on there RL counterparts - no integrity.

    Are you Labour or are you not, take on all the pro's and con's of being Labour or don't be it at all. You can't just have the pro's of Labour.
    tbf to them, the Labour party is just a name. They are seperate entities in no way connected. Whilst they shouldnt take the credit for what RL labour have done, they shouldn't have to take the flak for the idiot in charge of the RL party.
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    What is the TSR Labour view on the problems that NatWest customers are facing? Would they support the directors having to face the stocks or some other unpleasant event such as an evening with Boris Johnson?
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    (Original post by Moleman1996)
    tbf to them, the Labour party is just a name. They are seperate entities in no way connected. Whilst they shouldnt take the credit for what RL labour have done, they shouldn't have to take the flak for the idiot in charge of the RL party.
    When people vote in the TSR elections for the bulk of voters they expect a TSR party that is a real life named party to be equivalent to the real life party. So if your getting Labour voters, you must be Labour. Anything less is misrepresentation and misleading of the TSR community.
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    (Original post by misterxninja)
    When people vote in the TSR elections for the bulk of voters they expect a TSR party that is a real life named party to be equivalent to the real life party. So if your getting Labour voters, you must be Labour. Anything less is misrepresentation and misleading of the TSR community.
    Not really, they should read the manifestos produced. If they're too lazy to read the manifestos produced by the party's for an election then they deserve to be "misled"
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    (Original post by internetguru)
    The reason they may not do these jobs isn't because the jobs are too good for them but because it is more efficient to just claim job seekers. The solution isn't to bring in immigrants but to be a bit tougher on these people.
    As I have said to you many a time, there is not need to stop immigrants coming into the country.

    (Original post by eff01)
    Your views on the Syrian crisis. Does the world have a responsibility in removing the brutal al-Assad regime or should that be left to the Syrian people?
    The world has a responsibility, with the support of the United Nations, to develop a MUN Resolution to the Syrian crisis. I am leading on creating a resolution in the Model United Nations - TSR Labour will hopefully be supporting a resolution.

    This is an international issue which needs to be dealt with on an international scale and a regime needs to be created as soon as possible.

    (Original post by barnetlad)
    What is the TSR Labour view on the problems that NatWest customers are facing? Would they support the directors having to face the stocks or some other unpleasant event such as an evening with Boris Johnson?
    TSR Labour believes that NatWest staff are doing the best they can to try to resolve the technical problem faced by customers. Directors should be more accountable to these events and facing the stocks doesn't sound like a bad idea! Seriously, company directors need to work together with their employees to get the issue sorted.
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    (Original post by RoryS)
    As I have said to you many a time, there is not need to stop immigrants coming into the country.
    Ed Miliband disagrees.
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    (Original post by internetguru)
    Ed Miliband disagrees.
    Good for him.
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    (Original post by misterxninja)
    If that was the case you would be the Social Democratic Party... You cannot play the come vote for us we are TSR Labour soak up all the pro's then when there is a con say some politically coward get out clause. We are not real Labour, then what the hell are you and why are you using there name for if your not them.

    TSR Lib Dems have taken hits for being Lib Dems, you have been all too capitalizing on this and tarring us with the same brush, why should it be any different for you and Labour to be able to disassociate. I don't think if you come on here and represent TSR Labour or TSR Lib Dems, you should be able to say we are not "Real" - defeats all objective in it being a model HoC.

    Yet you was all too happy to make us pay for our real life party. So your post is:
    1. Politically cowardly - disassociation game.
    2. Not offering a "Labour" way round the culture and own problem they created - no resolution.
    3. Hypocritical because you attack other parties on there RL counterparts - no integrity.

    Are you Labour or are you not, take on all the pro's and con's of being Labour or don't be it at all. You can't just have the pro's of Labour.
    We have the same name as the RL Labour party, and may share many of the same views, but we're not identical and it's pretty ridiculous to say to have the same name you have to be identical.
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    (Original post by davidmarsh01)
    We have the same name as the RL Labour party, and may share many of the same views, but we're not identical and it's pretty ridiculous to say to have the same name you have to be identical.
    The word identical was never used until now. I think painting a black or white issue out of the point of what I was saying, that I think you should address questions about the Labour party with more than that is the real Labour party not us as a cop out.

    If you want to invent the word identical you do that into this equation, no one said you had to be identical. However, it was said you should be presenting yourself as Labour and thus must address and deal with questions of Labour, that is not to say everything Labour does you have to agree with.
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    (Original post by internetguru)
    Ed Miliband disagrees.
    We're separate.

    We have the same broad general views on life, but not identical policies.
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    Do the labour party feel that with the constant descriptions of the left of this house as 'diluted', they are just a small glass of Robinsons taken from one big bottle?
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    (Original post by Moleman1996)
    Do the labour party feel that with the constant descriptions of the left of this house as 'diluted', they are just a small glass of Robinsons taken from one big bottle?
    Err... no? There's Labour and the Socialist that are Left, and Lib Dems around centre, I'd say the makeup of the house was about fine.
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    what is your parties view of the House of Lords reforms proposed by the RL government?

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    what is your parties view of the House of Lords reforms proposed by the RL government?

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    Why have they let you change your name? :holmes:
 
 
 
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