Jeremy Corbyn: I never said we would write off student debt.

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There's always the lib dems...
And what impact did the Lib Dems have over the Tories in 2010? Nada. So they don't count really.
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The Lib dems diminished in value after Deputy PM Clegg .
The main issue I have with them is that they can't win an election.
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Exactly; however, many people are likely to have voted for Labour based on media representation - only passionate supporters, and journalists, would have read the manifesto.
I know what you are expressing. I read the Labour manifesto the day before and I was bewildered by the economic illiteracy across the book. I just hope Philip Hammond becomes our PM!!!
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Corbyn is.
Okay, you have singled out two members from a whole party. One is a self confessed Marxist, fair enough. The other is actually a Socialist.


The Labour Party and it's manifesto are not Communist.
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(Original post by The Asian Tory)
I know what you are expressing. I read the Labour manifesto the day before and I was bewildered by the economic illiteracy across the book. I just hope Philip Hammond becomes our PM!!!
Hahahahahahahahaahahahahahahahahahaahahahahaha

Gr8 1 m8
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The main issue I have with them is that they can't win an election.
I am a Cleggite-Cameronite/Osbornite so yeah ! The Labour party's 17 vote was a wave of tactical voting by lib dem supporters, not an endorsement of Corbyn.
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Okay, you have singled out two members from a whole party. One is a self confessed Marxist, fair enough. The other is actually a Socialist.


The Labour Party and it's manifesto are not Communist.
They aren't just "two members" :lol:

Corbyn fans make me laugh and sick at the same time :toofunny:
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They aren't just "two members" :lol:

Corbyn fans make me laugh and sick at the same time :toofunny:
A Socialist leader for an (apparent) Socialist party? Shock horror.
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(Original post by Castro Saint)
Okay, you have singled out two members from a whole party. One is a self confessed Marxist, fair enough. The other is actually a Socialist.


The Labour Party and it's manifesto are not Communist.
Read up the road to serfdom mate. And these two "individuals" lead your party.
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(Original post by Dodgypirate)
They aren't just "two members" :lol:

Corbyn fans make me laugh and sick at the same time :toofunny:
Couldn't agree further! They all think that we are the nasty party, yet Labour are even nastier with their delusion tactics!!
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A Socialist leader for an (apparent) Socialist party? Shock horror.
And a Marxist Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer.

****ing brilliant m8.

On top of all that, rampant anti-Semitism. Woohoo!
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Hahahahahahahahaahahahahahahahahahaahahahahaha

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I would not mind Hammond, Soubry or Clarke leading the party of Britain.
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I know what you are expressing. I read the Labour manifesto the day before and I was bewildered by the economic illiteracy across the book. I just hope Philip Hammond becomes our PM!!!
I wouldn't mind if Hammond became PM (he is one of the only rational members of the Cabinet, besides Greening) - I would be concerned yet optimistic if Boris got in, and extremely concerned if Gove got the job - he messed up the education system, and would probably mess up Brexit.

More realistically, it is likely to be Davis.
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Tell me, lefties - why do you support this moron when socialism has failed EVERY SINGLE TIME it has been tried?

The government should be taken out of higher education completely and we should let the free market do the talking - let universities sink or swim of their own accord.
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I would not mind Hammond, Soubry or Clarke leading the party of Britain.
Jesus Christ.
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And a Marxist Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer.

****ing brilliant m8.

On top of all that, rampant anti-Semitism. Woohoo!
The Labour party are a joke.
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I wouldn't mind if Hammond became PM (he is one of the only rational members of the Cabinet, besides Greening) - I would be concerned yet optimistic if Boris got in, and extremely concerned if Gove got the job - he messed up the education system, and would probably mess up Brexit.

More realistically, it is likely to be Davis.
Davis-PM
Hammond- Deputy PM
Clarke- Chancellor of the Exchequer
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Jesus Christ.
Are holding opinions frowned upon by your reactionary wing?
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The Labour party are a s h it joke.
Yep

(Original post by The Asian Tory)
Davis-PM
Hammond- Deputy PM
Clarke- Chancellor of the Exchequer
It seems the most likely circumstance - who would be Brexit secretary?
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Tell me, lefties - why do you support this moron when socialism has failed EVERY SINGLE TIME it has been tried?

The government should be taken out of higher education completely and we should let the free market do the talking - let universities sink or swim of their own accord.
Just take a look at Venezuela - a socialist state...
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