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    (Original post by jdddd)
    You haven't, bless you. Again, why are you talking about the Conservatives?
    "I'm a Labour party supporter. ask me anything!"

    But all of my replies will be, "No... I can't defend the Labour party, but I can attack the Conservatives."

    (or at least think I can)
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    Do you believe that if we were to have a Jeremy Corbyn led labour government that he’d be able to implement all of the policies/promises he wants to make. E.g. scrapping tuition fees, getting tax avoiders and media corporations to pay the tax they should - do you genuinely feel a Labour government has the ability and power to prevent some of the largest multinational corporations on the planet using offshore tax havens? Do you feel that poverty, inequality, tax avoidance, public service cuts and tuition fees will be a thing of the past if a Corbyn government is elected?? So basically the main question I’m asking is - Do you feel in your rational mind that Corbyn and the labour party can singlehandedly turn the economic model upside down??
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    would you send your children to this school ?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_of_London_School

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    If you're going to do an AMA, can you at least learn how to quote the message you're replying to?
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    What it your position on how labour is going to fund its new spending plans. I want to fund everything just like the other guy, but Corbyn's plan is effectively borrow huge amounts now to pursue a plethora of projects and plunge us even more into debt. What is the government to do then when the next financial crisis/recession hits and borrowing becomes more difficult and expensive?
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    Do you agree with the Labour Party that our financial priority should be to abolish tuition fees (for the disproportionately middle class students who choose to attend university) rather than invest in early years education for all children?
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    I still want to know what you had for breakfast.

    I am starting to lose faith in the OP's claim of an AMA.
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    (Original post by Wired_1800)
    I am not talking about transgender, but transracial. Two different concepts.
    i apologize i was ment to say transracial
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    You never asnwered my question. Again, why do you think the tax bracket should increase for top earners.
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    (Original post by Pigster)
    I still want to know what you had for breakfast.

    I am starting to lose faith in the OP's claim of an AMA.
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    (Original post by iBMRjS)
    Do you believe that if we were to have a Jeremy Corbyn led labour government that he’d be able to implement all of the policies/promises he wants to make. E.g. scrapping tuition fees, getting tax avoiders and media corporations to pay the tax they should - do you genuinely feel a Labour government has the ability and power to prevent some of the largest multinational corporations on the planet using offshore tax havens? Do you feel that poverty, inequality, tax avoidance, public service cuts and tuition fees will be a thing of the past if a Corbyn government is elected?? So basically the main question I’m asking is - Do you feel in your rational mind that Corbyn and the labour party can singlehandedly turn the economic model upside down??
    I don't think Corbyn can do everything, i think he can aid in the ever growing problem we face as a country currently. The costings are in the 2017 manifesto (some of them) have a look?
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    (Original post by duro_)
    You never asnwered my question. Again, why do you think the tax bracket should increase for top earners.
    i am trying to answer all questions i just read yours and was about to reply. I believe the extended tax bracket on huge earners is a positive thing for the many in society due to the growing list on what needs to be paid for such as road fixtures, NHS ect. good question, im sure it's one with many opinions
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    Will you always be a Labour party supporter?
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    (Original post by Pigster)
    "I'm a Labour party supporter. ask me anything!"

    But all of my replies will be, "No... I can't defend the Labour party, but I can attack the Conservatives."

    (or at least think I can)
    Exactly, utterly ridiculous. This is how the ignorant are bred. Can think of all the positive for their supported party but no negatives and the opposite of opposing parties, no positives, just negatives. If you can't answer criticism then something bad must be going on. I don't even support a lot of what the Conservatives do, so why is he thinking im some mad conservative fan. No matter of what party I support I understand the negatives and I answered the benefits, nothing in life is ever perfect, trying to make yourself think so is just pure ignorant. See through the media and social medias and what OTHER people have to say and form your own opinion and one you can defend before you start posting **** like 'im a Labour supporter ask me anything' and answers nothing. Be you, Be free, nothings perfect, admit where you have gone wrong or where your supported organisation has gone wrong and I respect that so much.
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    (Original post by duro_)
    You never asnwered my question. Again, why do you think the tax bracket should increase for top earners.
    Never answered mine either, just bring up the Conservatives that had zero relevance.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    not quite sure what that means ? :dontknow:

    would you like to be a millionaire like Jez ? or Dianne ?
    that means he pays more tax than he 'should'
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    (Original post by Richard.T)
    i am trying to answer all questions i just read yours and was about to reply. I believe the extended tax bracket on huge earners is a positive thing for the many in society due to the growing list on what needs to be paid for such as road fixtures, NHS ect. good question, im sure it's one with many opinions
    So why should top earners pay for that, they worked for their money too like everyone else, or are labour supporters just sad that some people made more money than them ? I also say this because in Jeremy Corbyns manifesto he was speaking about a maximum cap (where no one can earn higher than a certain ammount).
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    (Original post by duro_)
    So why should top earners pay for that, they worked for their money too like everyone else, or are labour supporters just sad that some people made more money than them ? I also say this because in Jeremy Corbyns manifesto he was speaking about a maximum cap (where no one can earn higher than a certain ammount).
    He spoke about the 50/50 pay bracket? Most high earners are inhereted also.
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    Don’t you find the prospect of Diane Abbott being Home Secretary utterly terrifying, given the absolute garbage she says and the fact she is unable to do maths?
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    (Original post by jdddd)
    Never answered mine either, just bring up the Conservatives that had zero relevance.
    The party that is currently is power? clearly relevant
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    (Original post by Andrew97)
    Don’t you find the prospect of Diane Abbott being Home Secretary utterly terrifying, given the absolute garbage she says and the fact she is unable to do maths?
    she did do a radio interview and muck up the numbers. isn't someone allowed to make mistakes?
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