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    (Original post by Jm1984)
    David Cameron is a pretty awful leader, but he is actually brilliant at PR and the media like him as he keeps them rich and allows them to persecute disadvantaged groups.

    In answer, no I don't think he will get significant reform, but I think few people will realise this as the small reform points he gets, some of which are already in motion will be made out to be a resounding victory.

    I'm not specifically anti-tory, but I do not support the way this government has outright lied to its voters, they consistently say they are doing one thing whilst doing the exact opposite. I just don't understand why no one is talking about this.
    Because everything was just fine under Labour


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    Because everything was just fine under Labour


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    What? No of course it wasn't. But I don't think there were as many cases of outright lying. "we are the greenest government ever" - cuts green subsidies immediately; "we're going to make sure big business pays its way" - cuts corporation tax; "we're the party of the working people" - poorer working families would be worse off than any other group if tax cuts had gone through; "I promise not to cut tax credits" - tries to cut tax credits.

    The list goes on.
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    What? No of course it wasn't. But I don't think there were as many cases of outright lying. "we are the greenest government ever" - cuts green subsidies immediately; "we're going to make sure big business pays its way" - cuts corporation tax; "we're the party of the working people" - poorer working families would be worse off than any other group if tax cuts had gone through; "I promise not to cut tax credits" - tries to cut tax credits.

    The list goes on.
    I know haha. Sorry I was only joking. Labour and Tories as bad as each other. Though currently, I would rather have Cameron as PM as oppose to Corbyn, whose days are numbered as leader I think. Can't see Corbyn still there during the 2020 election campaign. Either that or Labour will have split by then. Who can predict what will happen?!


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