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    All they want is to be showered with more benefits.
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    I feel thick it is a harsh way of putting it, but i would agree in that what they have come out with as a party recently is stupid. For example claiming they won the election despite being unable to win the most seats against on the weakest PM's in recent times (in my opinion). Secondly all their funding for policies comes from taxing the rich(there are countless reasons why that wont work), they don't seem to know what to do with immigration, but i doubt they would reduce it. They just seem to have no knowledge of the real world.
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    Labour voters = students who don't like to pay their way (they make me sick). Ghost of Christmas future. They are still scroungers. Make them pay their their ****ing way!
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    (Original post by Pleasantri)
    Labour voters = students who don't like to pay their way (they make me sick). Ghost of Christmas future. They are still scroungers. Make them pay their their ****ing way!
    I feel your hatred for the party may have tainted your ability to see the facts, althought alot of student votes are labour supporters to say all are is wrong. Alot are from working class, deprived areas who want change. Which looking at the state of how some people live, that view is justified. Look I don't like the labour party at the moment either, the polices make the party look inept and Corbyn is on another planet(he doesn't know what he's on about). But i'd seriously suggest doing more research before making these kind of comments.
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    I like Labour. They're cool.
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    Never, because they are not.
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    (Original post by sek510i)
    Never, because they are not.
    Althought as I've said what was originally said was harsh, theres no way you can defend claiming to have won the election, when all that happened was instead of crumbling the labour party did mediocre .
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    (Original post by Junaid12)
    I like Labour. They're cool.
    Are your opioids prescribed or illegal?
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    (Original post by Phenol)
    Althought as I've said what was originally said was harsh, theres no way you can defend claiming to have won the election, when all that happened was instead of crumbling the labour party did mediocre .
    They didn't win, but Jeremy Corbyn did a lot better than everybody thought he would. It was a personal victory for him, especially when it turned out that he had better than many previous Labour leaders.

    Its similar to the way that Theresa May won the election but personally seems to have lost out, and faced criticism from within her own party.

    Labour aren't stupid, and know that they've now got the popular support to become an effective opposition.
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    (Original post by sek510i)
    They didn't win, but Jeremy Corbyn did a lot better than everybody thought he would. It was a personal victory for him, especially when it turned out that he had better than many previous Labour leaders.

    Its similar to the way that Theresa May won the election but personally seems to have lost out, and faced criticism from within her own party.

    Labour aren't stupid, and know that they've now got the popular support to become an effective opposition.
    And neither are the Tories stupid.The sharks have already to circle. Boris as next PM,
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    (Original post by Pleasantri)
    And neither are the Tories stupid.The sharks have already to circle. Boris as next PM,
    God I hope that Boris doesn't get elected. He's unpopular enough already in London after his cuts to the fire brigade as Mayor. I can only hope that that unpopularity spreads quickly, and makes it across the country before the next election.
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    (Original post by sek510i)
    They didn't win, but Jeremy Corbyn did a lot better than everybody thought he would. It was a personal victory for him, especially when it turned out that he had better than many previous Labour leaders.

    Its similar to the way that Theresa May won the election but personally seems to have lost out, and faced criticism from within her own party.

    Labour aren't stupid, and know that they've now got the popular support to become an effective opposition.
    Based on their policies you could accuse them of not knowing what their on about, every policy seems likes it's going to be funded by the rich, allowing the NHS to not be privatised, without cutting foreign aid, not controlling our borders etc. Anyone who has a basic understanding of economics can see their policies would send unemployment through the roof and weaken are economy no end. Furthermore this off topic but is more of a reason why Jeremy Corbyn is not good for the country, he would be controlled by the unions most likley, and i wouldn't be surprised if we had something similar to that of the winter of discontent.
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    (Original post by Phenol)
    Based on their policies you could accuse them of not knowing what their on about, every policy seems likes it's going to be funded by the rich, allowing the NHS to not be privatised, without cutting foreign aid, not controlling our borders etc. Anyone who has a basic understanding of economics can see their policies would send unemployment through the roof and weaken are economy no end. Furthermore this off topic but is more of a reason why Jeremy Corbyn is not good for the country, he would be controlled by the unions most likley, and i wouldn't be surprised if we had something similar to that of the winter of discontent.
    I appreciate that a gain of 29 sieats is a triumph for Labour. How else could they learn their lesseon? Another 2015
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    Jezza is like Father Christmas but he comes down your chimney every fricking day.

    ever wonder who is paying for your tsunami of freebies ?
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    When the bourgeoisie has been crushed and comrade Corbyn has ascended to be our Socialist overlord.

    :headbang::headbang::headbang:

    Ahem, I don't think greater class equality is hardly wanting to be showered in benefits.
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    (Original post by Elastichedgehog)
    When the bourgeoisie has been crushed and comrade Corbyn has ascended to be our Socialist overlord.

    :headbang::headbang::headbang:

    Ahem, I don't think greater class equality is hardly wanting to be showered in benefits.
    But in achieving equality he will bring the country into turmoil.
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    They really are about 'money, money, money, GIVE IT TO MEEEE!'

    Fortunately, they don't stand wiithin a breath of Government,
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    (Original post by Pleasantri)
    Labour voters = students who don't like to pay their way (they make me sick). Ghost of Christmas future. They are still scroungers. Make them pay their their ****ing way!
    Can you expand on this?
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