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Do you think Labour is capable of running the country?
Corbyn's student fees promiise turned out to be an unsustainable and undeliverable lie to get votes, Abbott can't count above 10 without removing her socks and the whole party changes direction every 3 minutes on brexit, to be frank it's a shambles.
Tories are keeping us in the EU in every way but name. Lib dems have dissapeared up their own backsides, Britain first is like the BNP and the new one which is radical the ForBritain party is running a nationalist Trump style movement putting this country first with rehard to the EU and the islamic threat.

What a choice?
Who would you vote if there was an election today?
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I agree that we are in a bit of a shambles at the moment, but I believe Labour are the best of a bad bunch.
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I agree that we are in a bit of a shambles at the moment, but I believe Labour are the best of a bad bunch.
Seriously? You'd trust them after they lied to you over fees?
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No, they are a bunch of liars and completely incompetent...
Corbyn will take us back to the 70s with union strikes and massive, unsustainable public debt.

I think the issue with politics in the UK is that nobody in their right mind would want to become a politician - even the half-decent MPs get vilified and tarred with the same brush. They have to live every day with insults and even death threats.
There are much easier ways to earn a living.
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Labour competence. Diane Abbott. Four words which I can't bring myself to write in a single sentence.
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Labour competence. Diane Abbott. Four words which I can't bring myself to write in a single sentence.
Go on, try 😅
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Go on, try 😅
'Labour's competence is shown to be non-existent when one considers the mathematical abilities of the hypocritical, racist, terrorist-sympathising Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott.'

There, managed it!
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Moved to UK Politics.
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'Labour's competence is shown to be non-existent when one considers the mathematical abilities of the hypocritical, racist, terrorist-sympathising Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott.'

There, managed it!
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I agree that we are in a bit of a shambles at the moment, but I believe Labour are the best of a bad bunch.
Who are you comparing Labour against?
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Labour competence. Oxymoron. Never forget Aberfan.
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There’s actually a lot of talent in both the two main parties it’s just that virtually none of them are in the cabinet/ shadow cabinet with the exceptions of Gove and Starner snd some relative unknowns such as Gauke and Williamson, but generally they’re lead by the least talented of the lot of them.
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In terms of who to vote for- look at your local candidate not necessarily the party.
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There’s actually a lot of talent in both the two main parties it’s just that virtually none of them are in the cabinet/ shadow cabinet with the exceptions of Gove and Starner snd some relative unknowns such as Gauke and Williamson.
Rees-Mogg is PM material, Starmer is totally detaced from budgetry reality
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Rees-Mogg is PM material,
I like him but he wouldn’t be my first choice.


Starmer is totally detaced from budgetry reality
Is he? How so? Other than that he’s part of a cabinet including McDonnell
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I agree that we are in a bit of a shambles at the moment, but I believe Labour are the best of a bad bunch.
Lol. The absolute worst of a bad bunch, you mean.
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Do you think Labour is capable of running the country?
Corbyn's student fees promiise turned out to be an unsustainable and undeliverable lie to get votes, Abbott can't count above 10 without removing her socks and the whole party changes direction every 3 minutes on brexit, to be frank it's a shambles.
Tories are keeping us in the EU in every way but name. Lib dems have dissapeared up their own backsides, Britain first is like the BNP and the new one which is radical the ForBritain party is running a nationalist Trump style movement putting this country first with rehard to the EU and the islamic threat.

What a choice?
Who would you vote if there was an election today?
The Labour Party is an utter joke. Half the people on TSR worship the socialist: Jezza. If they actually want Labour running our country, that goes to show how ****ing stupid they are.
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Go on, try 😅
She was correct about Labour polling ahead of the Tories in a years time (said in 2016).
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Do you think Labour is capable of running the country?
Do you think the Tories are running the country competently? We had Cameron calling the EU referendum to appease the EU sceptics in his own party which will bring the country to its knees. Meanwhile he stepped down allowing a "strong and stable" leader in to lose her reasonable majority in the Commons leaving behind a government propping her up by their own selfish desperation to stay in power.

And while the Tory party are being wagged by the tail of the DUP, the NHS is in crisis, education is decaying, crime is rising and food banks, which until the Tories got in weren't even a thing, are now on every street corner.

And we wonder if Labour is competent? How could they do worse?
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Personally i'd just draw a **** and balls on the ballot. There are no candidates in my constituency deserving of my vote so may aswell spoil it.
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