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(Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
Eww, David Cameron.
Ironically as a centre leftist in one way I would even go to say I miss Cameron. I know there was the horrible cruel IDS war on the poor, cuts to welfare, disabled being stripped of benefits and fored to work, unemployed being left destitute for many months because they were a minute late to the Jobcentre But under May things are set to get far far worse for Britians needy and disabled, much harsher welfare reforms are in the pipeline, reforms that would not even have happened under Cameron.
May is likely to bring back her anti-EU zealot IDS to run the welfare system again. Things are set to get worse, very worse.

Yes I loath the Tories but I think Cameron was the lesser of the two evils.
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Ironically as a centre leftist in one way I would even go to say I miss Cameron. I know there was the horrible cruel IDS war on the poor, cuts to welfare, disabled being stripped of benefits and fored to work, unemployed being left destitute for many months because they were a minute late to the Jobcentre But under May things are set to get far far worse for Britians needy and disabled, much harsher welfare reforms are in the pipeline, reforms that would not even have happened under Cameron.
May is likely to bring back her anti-EU zealot IDS to run the welfare system again. Things are set to get worse, very worse.

Yes I loath the Tories but I think Cameron was the lesser of the two evils.
I just didn't like his face. :rofl:

But, PROSM
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You never fail to amaze me with your over dramatisation, self righteousness and stupidity.

You are a living, walking, breathing example of why under 18's shouldn't be allowed to vote.

Come back when you have grown up and matured.
Amen.
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Well, this is the stupidest **** I've seen all day.
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May is a fantastic prime minister. She is already much more popular than David Cameron and she has real solutions to problems. She is good. Will be getting my vote next election should she be running.
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Whenever I see a stupid post in this forum, i just ctrl+f "Ambitious1999" and its bound to being from your mouth.
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May is a fantastic prime minister. She is already much more popular than David Cameron and she has real solutions to problems. She is good. Will be getting my vote next election should she be running.
Popularity at the start of a tenure us not comparable to at the end of the tenure

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May is a fantastic prime minister. She is already much more popular than David Cameron and she has real solutions to problems. She is good. Will be getting my vote next election should she be running.
May is a Trump supporter. Merkel was quick to be critical of Trump and so was Jeremy Corbyn. But May instead chose to admit she had a special relationship with Trump. Although I could not have been surprised.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entr...b020461a1e8713
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May is a Trump supporter. Merkel was quick to be critical of Trump and so was Jeremy Corbyn. But May instead chose to admit she had a special relationship with Trump. Although I could not have been surprised.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entr...b020461a1e8713
May's statement will have been written ages ago with a blank space awaiting the name to put in

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