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    which is meaningless after prices inflate by 2020
    You mean you expect net infusion of near 50% in 5 yesrs?
    Based on a reasonable estimate the changes would be representing a real term increase in the minimum wage fir over 25 in the region of 20% over the next 5 years.
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    800K are zero hour contracts. Then you have it skewed by companies who have two part time workers instead of one fulltime. And then you have the slave labour apprenticeships into consideration. The Bilderberg group is where the elite preplan our future the Bilderbergs planned global warming in 1961 and if memoary serves me right it was not disclosed until the 1990's. Its just a way to tax us more.As much as you won't like it our country is run by masons


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    I suggest you go look at the Labour Force Surveys that correspond with the beginning and end of the last parliament, then again, that requires fact checking, checking facts that show your incorrectness.
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    You've got no clue what you're on about, have you?

    It is simply not true that 800k of the jobs created in the last Parliament are ZHCs. 800k jobs in the country are ZHCs, but that is not to say they were created in the last Parliament. The Guardian and the Mirror asserted this last year and were promptly corrected.

    Global warming has come as a result of the industrialisation of our economy, not through the planning of the Bilderberg group in 1961. Need I mention that Bilderberg was founded way after the industrial revolution?

    Let me tell you: My dad (until he retired) was a privately educated, millionaire, ex-Rothschild investment banker who was also a 'Worshipful Master' in the masons. The masons have absolutely nothing to do with the political order in this country - it's just a social club.
    Thats what they tell you There are some secrets that they will not even tell their family. My Dads Freind who has been a mason for 45 years said they know who wiped out Kennedy- the majority of successful Mps are freemasons and they follow something called the agenda 21. They have secret handshakes purely for the powerful even the queen gives masonic handshakes when females are not allowed to join it. David Cameron is a Mason so was Tony Blair and my contact was 95% sure thatcher had a connection in it. I am not one but i know a lot about it through a contact they are linked to the skull and bones group who Select the US President. Then the saying will anyone help the widows son- this is used in court to sabotage the case if the judge or jury are masons
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    I suggest you go look at the Labour Force Surveys that correspond with the beginning and end of the last parliament, then again, that requires fact checking, checking facts that show your incorrectness.
    Cameron is a hired yes man he is controlled by the bankers and he allows members to influence his decisions for 50k they are very corrupt
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    Cameron is a hired yes man he is controlled by the bankers and he allows members to influence his decisions for 50k they are very corrupt
    Not quite sure what toss has to do with your incorrectness, or OS this your way of admitting your wrong being being too proud to directly admit it?

    And do you have any period of this or are you just warring your tinfoil hat a bit tight?
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    Plenty of vile individuals in politics, but...

    Top six: Osborne (Labour could've authored parts of his budget), Cameron (sleazy salesman vibe), Dianne Abbott (loud, ignorant and rude), Sturgeon (disingenuous), Bennett (clueless), Brown (scum).

    I'd have said Miliband and Balls, but they're toast.

    As for Clegg, he wasn't that bad.

    Blair deserves a mention, as he is an utterly horrible human being, but he's not an MP anymore.

    Theresa May, I consider her a revolting authoritarian, and she could trade places with Cameron. She is probably more dangerous in some ways.

    Salmond, though I consider him disingenuous, I don't rate as poorly as some of the above.


    Iain Duncan Smith doesn't bother me hugely, as he occasionally makes some sense.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Not quite sure what toss has to do with your incorrectness, or OS this your way of admitting your wrong being being too proud to directly admit it?

    And do you have any period of this or are you just warring your tinfoil hat a bit tight?
    Not listening to your Pro right austerity cheering *******s. I bet you and your party love it when people are homeless and this will happen as tax credits are being cut.
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    (Original post by DarrenBCFC)
    Not listening to your Pro right austerity cheering *******s. I bet you and your party love it when people are homeless and this will happen as tax credits are being cut.
    Rwad: i refuse to look at the facts because i fear they will be wrong, and i refuse to backup my points because i cannot.
    And you do realise that tax credits are damaging and dissuade work, right?
    If you're on 10k and irresponsibly have a child as a dongle patent, then you increase your income to 15k, how much do you think the net household income goes up by?
    Hint, it's nowhere near 5000. You lose your tax credits, so why should you work so much longer for so little? Answer, people don't.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Rwad: i refuse to look at the facts because i fear they will be wrong, and i refuse to backup my points because i cannot.
    And you do realise that tax credits are damaging and dissuade work, right?
    If you're on 10k and irresponsibly have a child as a dongle patent, then you increase your income to 15k, how much do you think the net household income goes up by?
    Hint, it's nowhere near 5000. You lose your tax credits, so why should you work so much longer for so little? Answer, people don't.
    No its just making the poor poorer and the rich richer. thousands will become unemployed by 2020
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    (Original post by DarrenBCFC)
    No its just making the poor poorer and the rich richer. thousands will become unemployed by 2020
    Again, you're doing a good job of making statements, a very poor job of actually making anybody believe you. I'll make a prediction, tomorrow your neighbour will be abducted by aliens, be missing for a week, then come back with an addled brain and no limbs. Clearly, this is going to happen AF it has been stated without evidence.

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    Thats what they tell you There are some secrets that they will not even tell their family. My Dads Freind who has been a mason for 45 years said they know who wiped out Kennedy- the majority of successful Mps are freemasons and they follow something called the agenda 21. They have secret handshakes purely for the powerful even the queen gives masonic handshakes when females are not allowed to join it. David Cameron is a Mason so was Tony Blair and my contact was 95% sure thatcher had a connection in it. I am not one but i know a lot about it through a contact they are linked to the skull and bones group who Select the US President. Then the saying will anyone help the widows son- this is used in court to sabotage the case if the judge or jury are masons
    I'm really not quite sure what to tell you. Your argument fails on one level: you have no evidence. None at all. You can't really suggest something for which you have no evidence at all, can you? Furthermore, you surely must not believe it.

    I don't really think we're ever going to see eye-to-eye on your wild conspiracy theories, so I just think you're wasting my time.
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    I'm really not quite sure what to tell you. Your argument fails on one level: you have no evidence. None at all. You can't really suggest something for which you have no evidence at all, can you? Furthermore, you surely must not believe it.

    I don't really think we're ever going to see eye-to-eye on your wild conspiracy theories, so I just think you're wasting my time.
    33rd Degree ones are all famous or politicians. They have bad intentions - linked to the illuminati and the bilderbergs but you believe all of the official claptrap the government says. I know it is not the UK but i bet you swallow up the official story of 911 as correct
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    ed miliband - why is he even still an MP? I asked the same about gordon brown back in 2010/11
    how does a man like him have the nerve/audacity to continue existing as a politician?
    this is what I think of miliband:
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    (Original post by DarrenBCFC)
    33rd Degree ones are all famous or politicians. They have bad intentions - linked to the illuminati and the bilderbergs but you believe all of the official claptrap the government says. I know it is not the UK but i bet you swallow up the official story of 911 as correct
    Have you thought that just because you know some famous 33rd Degree masons, that there may also be ones you don't know about.

    I'm sorry, but you've just shown -again and again - an utter disregard for critical reasoning. I get it. Conspiracy theories are great to read and are all very exciting. But you really must be more critical and understand that you should have evidence in order to believe something. Most people read and watch conspiracy theories because they're good fun, but you seem to have rather naïvely taken them as truth.
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    ed miliband - why is he even still an MP? I asked the same about gordon brown back in 2010/11
    how does a man like him have the nerve/audacity to continue existing as a politician?
    this is what I think of miliband:
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    Ummm... because he was elected by the people in his constituency to represent them in Parliament. Some audacity, sure.
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    (Original post by ibzombie96)
    Ummm... because he was elected by the people in his constituency to represent them in Parliament. Some audacity, sure.
    they didn't specifically choose for ed miliband to represent their constituency - the labour party (not even the local one of that area - the "labour party"(tm) did - he was obviously parachuted into that incredibly safe seat. of course the people of his constituency would prefer a different person
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    they didn't specifically choose for ed miliband to represent their constituency - the labour party (not even the local one of that area - the "labour party"(tm) did - he was obviously parachuted into that incredibly safe seat. of course the people of his constituency would prefer a different person
    The people in that constituency voted him in. Whether or not you think they voted for him or his party, if they really didn't want him in (surely the only case in which you could comment on the audacity he has to carry on), they would have voted someone else in.

    In any case, he's been elected now - it is his duty to do his job. There's no reason for a by-election, so I think it would show some cheek actually to give up being an MP now he's not leader of the party/PM.
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    The people in that constituency voted him in. Whether or not you think they voted for him or his party, if they really didn't want him in (surely the only case in which you could comment on the audacity he has to carry on), they would have voted someone else in.

    In any case, he's been elected now - it is his duty to do his job. There's no reason for a by-election, so I think it would show some cheek actually to give up being an MP now he's not leader of the party/PM.
    that's an incredibly shallow argument to make either way - I don't even believe that you think it's even a very good argument - it's like saying "the people voted for the local lib dems not because they hated the local conservatives (the only other potent rivalling party), but because they just really really liked the lib dems" as if it's not sarcasm
 
 
 
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