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(thread originally created by Metrobeans, 7th leader of the TSR Labour Party)










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Okay, let's get this started:

1. What do you think of the Tories?

2. Define totalitarian.
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why does GB say taxes are down when everyone who was on 10p rate will now be on the 20p rate? In what way have taxes been reduced?
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Okay, let's get this started:

1. What do you think of the Tories?

2. Define totalitarian.
Well, Bernard, I don't like the Tories much. There are specific Tories who I do like, but not when they're spreading their politics about.

A totalitarian is that of or relevant to a centralised government that refuses to tolerate opposing parties. A totalitarian state exercises dictatorial control over the country.
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Well, Bernard, I don't like the Tories much. There are specific Tories who I do like, but not when they're spreading their politics about.

A totalitarian is that of or relevant to a centralised government that refuses to tolerate opposing parties. A totalitarian state exercises dictatorial control over the country.
Two out of two. I'm starting to think I might like this racket.
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why does GB say taxes are down when everyone who was on 10p rate will now be on the 20p rate? In what way have taxes been reduced?
Economics is not my strong point, being an eighteen year old with no training in the field. I'm going to leave this question on pending for one of our lot who knows better than I do. You're not being ignored. Also, please bear in mind that this thread is for discussion of the TSR Labour Party. Although I'm sure that we're more than willing to answer questions about them as well.
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(Original post by The Humble Mosquito)
Okay, let's get this started:

1. What do you think of the Tories?

2. Define totalitarian.
1. Well personally I dislike polarising any party, a healthy person has a varied view depending on the topic at hand.

2. A concentrated government without checks or balance. A regime that exercises authority via underhanded tactics, secret police etc.

However I'm rather new to politics as a whole, so try to take what I say with a measure of salt.

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Labour has bashed itself so hard over the head recently. I support them still because they're the only people decent enough to support but they make it hard for themelves.
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Labour has bashed itself so hard over the head recently. I support them still because they're the only people decent enough to support but they make it hard for themelves.
I'm inclined to agree with this, if we're talking about the real life Labour Party. However, this thread is for the TSR Labour Party, which is more left-wing than the real life lot.

In fact, I should edit this into the thread title.
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Ok fine then: are you willing to support me on this issue *he smiles*???

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...0#post11645200
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Oh and How do I join the TSR Labour Party?? Coz you can never be enough of a leftie!!
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Oh and How do I join the TSR Labour Party?? Coz you can never be enough of a leftie!!
Um, then you join the socialists.
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(Original post by sohanshah)
Ok fine then: are you willing to support me on this issue *he smiles*???

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...0#post11645200
I think that's a very good idea.

Oh and How do I join the TSR Labour Party?? Coz you can never be enough of a leftie!!
Go to My Account > Groups > then click apply on the Labour Party part, and I'll approve you.
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Um, then you join the socialists.
Hey I never said I like socialists though. Infact I hate China sooooooooo much (technically they are Democratics but m'eh).
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Can you join a party but not be an active member. I agree with the policies, but don't have the time to be wallowing in seas of legislation.
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(Original post by Jangrafess)
Go to My Account > Groups > then click apply on the Labour Party part, and I'll approve you.
OK Done

BTW mind if i put you on my sig???
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Hey I never said I like socialists though. Infact I hate China sooooooooo much (technically they are Democratics but m'eh).
You said you can never be too left wing. We're far more left wing than Labour.

With regards to China: I'm a socialist and I wrote a bill trying to enforce human rights around the world (I assume that's your problem with China).
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Clause IV - yay or nay?
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(Original post by Metrobeans)
Can you join a party but not be an active member. I agree with the policies, but don't have the time to be wallowing in seas of legislation.
Sure you can. Never knew you were Labour, Nick!

(Original post by sohanshah)
OK Done

BTW mind if i put you on my sig???
Cool, I'll go and accept you.

Eep, I suppose not. I has a fan!
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Clause IV - yay or nay?


Just pick out the biggest thing that separates us from New Labour, so that we can have a nice spat about it, why don't you.
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