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yo man like labour voters!!!!!!!!!!
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no im doing conservative..seriously idiots vote labour for a reason
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Labours ideas are unrealistic and will simply end the country in crippling debt.

You cant please everyone, but obviously Labour didn't get the memo. Their manifesto is simply a Christmas wish list, nothing else.

How are they going to lower taxes, provide free university, create more jobs AND add even MORE money to the NHS?? By taxing rich corporations? Hilarious. Will Brexit looming over and financial security uncertain, why would any rich corporations stay in the UK especially now that Corbyn is going to increase their tax.

In a utopia, his ideas sound great, but he is not a realist.
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This is very gcse related
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vote gween
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Labours ideas are unrealistic and will simply end the country in crippling debt.

You cant please everyone, but obviously Labour didn't get the memo. Their manifesto is simply a Christmas wish list, nothing else.

How are they going to lower taxes, provide free university, create more jobs AND add even MORE money to the NHS?? By taxing rich corporations? Hilarious. Will Brexit looming over and financial security uncertain, why would any rich corporations stay in the UK especially now that Corbyn is going to increase their tax.

In a utopia, his ideas sound great, but he is not a realist.
It's almost like the country has a huge budget which can be split in many different ways.
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commie.
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You guys are all idiots. The Monster Raving Loony Party is the only clear choice.
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It's almost like the country has a huge budget which can be split in many different ways.
It's almost as if you have no idea how the budget allocations work. Want to increase NHS funding? How are you going to do that? Raise more money...ok, great how? Well, either cut funding from other sectors, or tax more? Ok great, lets tax the rich? But wait, theyll just all leave and then we'll be even more f**ked. Ok how about cut some other sectors? But then other people will complain. Well, back to square one...lets just fall back and not deliver any promises, or just tax the middle and lower class more...greatttttt

Corbyn has no plan, and no hard figures. Young people (like myself even) were/are simply enticed by his "too good to be true" promises.
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(Original post by HighOnGoofballs)
It's almost as if you have no idea how the budget allocations work. Want to increase NHS funding? How are you going to do that? Raise more money...ok, great how? Well, either cut funding from other sectors, or tax more? Ok great, lets tax the rich? But wait, theyll just all leave and then we'll be even more f**ked. Ok how about cut some other sectors? But then other people will complain. Well, back to square one...lets just fall back and not deliver any promises, or just tax the middle and lower class more...greatttttt

Corbyn has no plan, and no hard figures. Young people (like myself even) were/are simply enticed by his "too good to be true" promises.
Saying "other people will complain" is not really an argument. You don't know where the cuts will come from.
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This isn't so much about Labour winning, as reducing the Conservative majority. I think it's fairly clear that Theresa May has the general support of the over 30's, i.e the largest voter group, and so will probably win, but the point of voting Labour or Lib Dem for that matter is to cut the Conservative majority, thereby preventing the Conservatives from steamrolling through a Hard Brexit and crippling the NHS and national security.
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It damn well is an argument. Maybe 'complain' was too, 'laid back' - you're right. Lets try, 'be outraged' or 'riot' idk.

I mean, when 20000 police got cut, there was certainly outrage. I don't see how it's not an argument. Does public opinion not matter to you after a party has gotten elected?
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no im doing conservative..seriously idiots vote labour for a reason
(Original post by highongoofballs)
labours ideas are unrealistic and will simply end the country in crippling debt.

You cant please everyone, but obviously labour didn't get the memo. Their manifesto is simply a christmas wish list, nothing else.

How are they going to lower taxes, provide free university, create more jobs and add even more money to the nhs?? By taxing rich corporations? Hilarious. Will brexit looming over and financial security uncertain, why would any rich corporations stay in the uk especially now that corbyn is going to increase their tax.

In a utopia, his ideas sound great, but he is not a realist.

if you value your education you will not vote for the tories. They ruined gcse and a levels
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if you value your education you will not vote for the tories. They ruined gcse and a levels
Quite the opposite actually. And i never said i would vote tory.

Labour 'promises' to enable free university education. The money to pay for those is going to come out of our taxes. That's undeniable. The question remains as to whether it will increase out taxes, but at this stage it's hard to say...but the money to fund this, WILL come from our taxes.

I don't know about you, but i DON'T want my hard earned money to be spent on people:

1. Wanting to do s**t degrees at s**t universities and then not be employable, hence, not contribute back to society.

2. People who will inevitably to go to uni to 'party' and do f**k all.

Furthermore, guess what? Now that Medicine, Law, Dentistry etc, which are already as competitive as it is, are free, there will be a swarm of new applicants each year, making it even harder to get into good unis. So, yes, i value my education, and therefore, i would prefer to be able to get into good universities more easily without having to compete against more than i have to. Nor do I want my hard earned money to go towards funding people who will do nothing once they get out of university.

I prefer the idea of making certain, more respected degrees free, but again, the question of competition strikes up again.

Also, I hate tories. I prefer labour much more. But i hate the stigma that surrounds supporters that you have to agree with EVERYTHING that a party says if you support them. I would vote for Labour if i could, but does not mean i agree with everything that they propose.

ps: Sorry for any spelling mistakes. Im not re-reading anything.
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lol i may value education but i value my dads £8 million salary more, labour are envious of the rich and so are all voters
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if you value your education you will not vote for the tories. They ruined gcse and a levels
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Quite the opposite actually. And i never said i would vote tory.

Labour 'promises' to enable free university education. The money to pay for those is going to come out of our taxes. That's undeniable. The question remains as to whether it will increase out taxes, but at this stage it's hard to say...but the money to fund this, WILL come from our taxes.

I don't know about you, but i DON'T want my hard earned money to be spent on people:

1. Wanting to do s**t degrees at s**t universities and then not be employable, hence, not contribute back to society.

2. People who will inevitably to go to uni to 'party' and do f**k all.

Furthermore, guess what? Now that Medicine, Law, Dentistry etc, which are already as competitive as it is, are free, there will be a swarm of new applicants each year, making it even harder to get into good unis. So, yes, i value my education, and therefore, i would prefer to be able to get into good universities more easily without having to compete against more than i have to. Nor do I want my hard earned money to go towards funding people who will do nothing once they get out of university.

I prefer the idea of making certain, more respected degrees free, but again, the question of competition strikes up again.

Also, I hate tories. I prefer labour much more. But i hate the stigma that surrounds supporters that you have to agree with EVERYTHING that a party says if you support them. I would vote for Labour if i could, but does not mean i agree with everything that they propose.

ps: Sorry for any spelling mistakes. Im not re-reading anything.
Then people have to be better. I'm applying for GEM as well as normal entry medicine next year once I've graduated from my MSci. The grades I received at school and hopefully will receive at the end of my degree will make me look good. But I doubt I'll be up against anymore riff raff than I would have if the Conservatives had won. Now it's all about entrance exams, interviews and experience.


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Quite the opposite actually. And i never said i would vote tory.

Labour 'promises' to enable free university education. The money to pay for those is going to come out of our taxes. That's undeniable. The question remains as to whether it will increase out taxes, but at this stage it's hard to say...but the money to fund this, WILL come from our taxes.

I don't know about you, but i DON'T want my hard earned money to be spent on people:

1. Wanting to do s**t degrees at s**t universities and then not be employable, hence, not contribute back to society.

2. People who will inevitably to go to uni to 'party' and do f**k all.

Furthermore, guess what? Now that Medicine, Law, Dentistry etc, which are already as competitive as it is, are free, there will be a swarm of new applicants each year, making it even harder to get into good unis. So, yes, i value my education, and therefore, i would prefer to be able to get into good universities more easily without having to compete against more than i have to. Nor do I want my hard earned money to go towards funding people who will do nothing once they get out of university.

I prefer the idea of making certain, more respected degrees free, but again, the question of competition strikes up again.

Also, I hate tories. I prefer labour much more. But i hate the stigma that surrounds supporters that you have to agree with EVERYTHING that a party says if you support them. I would vote for Labour if i could, but does not mean i agree with everything that they propose.

ps: Sorry for any spelling mistakes. Im not re-reading anything.
lol tories will have already ruined gcse
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