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    What exactly are Labour's targets for next term, and what are you planning on doing?
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    (Original post by Kyx)
    What exactly are Labour's targets for next term, and what are you planning on doing?
    Full Communism.
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    (Original post by SoggyCabbages)
    Full Communism.
    If that happens then i will retake the leadership of the Tories, return to government and make my first act as PM round 2 to be having you executed for the blasphemy you would have committed to the market.
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    If that happens then i will retake the leadership of the Tories, return to government and make my first act as PM round 2 to be having you executed for the blasphemy you would have committed to the market.
    I believe we are sending all Conservatives to Gulags. So you'll be long gone and have no chance of hatching your plan.
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    (Original post by SoggyCabbages)
    Full Communism.
    Know a guy who is running to be on the young Fabian's committee, his manifesto is literally just "Full Communism Now"

    (Original post by Kyx)
    What exactly are Labour's targets for next term, and what are you planning on doing?
    I had thought I had replied earlier, something must have gone wrong sorry.

    Our manifesto will be out shortly after either the General Election is called or this Parliament expires, either of which will happen this month. I would say the general points are, as always, protecting workers form exploitation, discrimination and continuing to allow them to come together and collectively bargain as trade unions. Also protecting the public sector, expanding it if needed, and making sure it is fit for purpose and works for everyone. In regard to the private sector, making sure workers rights and anti-discrimination laws are adhered to, making sure they pay the amount of tax they should be. Outside of business/workers rights, as a democratic socialist party we believe in equality for all, both in law but also in reality and we can see that while the law is getting there, although it does need some work still, society still hasn't caught up and we need to champion positive change in society at all levels.

    On specific points I am sure myself or another member can reply, but on actual targets heading into next term, beyond being in Government, I think the best place to look will be the manifesto when it is released
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    If that happens then i will retake the leadership of the Tories, return to government and make my first act as PM round 2 to be having you executed for the blasphemy you would have committed to the market.
    Told you conservativism was based on quasi-religious dogma rather than reason.
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    Know a guy who is running to be on the young Fabian's committee, his manifesto is literally just "Full Communism Now"



    I had thought I had replied earlier, something must have gone wrong sorry.

    Our manifesto will be out shortly after either the General Election is called or this Parliament expires, either of which will happen this month. I would say the general points are, as always, protecting workers form exploitation, discrimination and continuing to allow them to come together and collectively bargain as trade unions. Also protecting the public sector, expanding it if needed, and making sure it is fit for purpose and works for everyone. In regard to the private sector, making sure workers rights and anti-discrimination laws are adhered to, making sure they pay the amount of tax they should be. Outside of business/workers rights, as a democratic socialist party we believe in equality for all, both in law but also in reality and we can see that while the law is getting there, although it does need some work still, society still hasn't caught up and we need to champion positive change in society at all levels.

    On specific points I am sure myself or another member can reply, but on actual targets heading into next term, beyond being in Government, I think the best place to look will be the manifesto when it is released
    At least you're more open than the Liberals :lol:
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    (Original post by SoggyCabbages)
    I believe we are sending all Conservatives to Gulags. So you'll be long gone and have no chance of hatching your plan.
    We're sending all bourgeois parties to gulags too so have fun
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    We're sending all bourgeois parties to gulags too so have fun
    We're all the proletariat in our party, won't catch any bourgeoisie scum in Labour.
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    (Original post by SoggyCabbages)
    We're all the proletariat in our party, won't catch any bourgeoisie scum in Labour.
    "From this point of view, the only correct one, the Labour Party is a thoroughly bourgeois party, because although it consists of workers it is led by reactionaries, and the worst spirit reactionaries at that, who act fully in the spirit of the bourgeoisie. It is an organisation of the bourgeoisie which exists, in order with the help of the British Noskes and Scheidemanns to systematically deceive the workers."
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    "From this point of view, the only correct one, the Labour Party is a thoroughly bourgeois party, because although it consists of workers it is led by reactionaries, and the worst spirit reactionaries at that, who act fully in the spirit of the bourgeoisie. It is an organisation of the bourgeoisie which exists, in order with the help of the British Noskes and Scheidemanns to systematically deceive the workers."
    Yes, Ray is totes a bourgeoisie reactionary
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    "From this point of view, the only correct one, the Labour Party is a thoroughly bourgeois party, because although it consists of workers it is led by reactionaries, and the worst spirit reactionaries at that, who act fully in the spirit of the bourgeoisie. It is an organisation of the bourgeoisie which exists, in order with the help of the British Noskes and Scheidemanns to systematically deceive the workers."
    Damn cover blown, I'm actually an agent of the bourgeoisie sent to quash workers' dissatisfaction.
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    Yea, i'm pretty sure you have some very middle class members here.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Yea, i'm pretty sure you have some very middle class members here.
    For the most part, the middle class aren't the bourgeois.
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    (Original post by Saoirse:3)
    Yes, Ray is totes a bourgeoisie reactionary
    How does one tell if one is a 'bourgeoisie reactionary'? XD
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    How does one tell if one is a 'bourgeoisie reactionary'? XD
    First they go to Oxford and then they start using the word "one" way too much
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    How does one tell if one is a 'bourgeoisie reactionary'? XD
    Well, first you ask the question "am I a member of the bourgeoisie?" And then "I am a reactionary?"

    If the answer to both is "yes" then you are, if not you go back and think harder about the questions until you come to the correct conclusion.

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    (Original post by Saoirse:3)
    First they go to Oxford and then they start using the word "one" way too much
    One considered suggesting that one's use of 'one' would condemn one to such a epithet.




 
 
 
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