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(Original post by paul514)
Increased national borrowing lol that’s solely due to the downturn and would have happened whoever was in power.

He wants to increase borrowing loads to invest in all sorts of things which you know.

I’d never vote labour they haven’t been for the average person since Blair became leader and are now infested with people like Chuka Amuna
Paul the problem with poltics is its a little like football, people cannot see past their chosen colour/badge and will blindly fight for it with no logical reason.

There is a vast difference from what Corbyn wants to do to what Blair did, the damage that bloke did to his party was off the chart, however Neil kinnock was the person whom really did the damage to Labour, he got away with it because he never won power.

Regarding the down turn, we have been out of recession for quite some time, the housing market has overtook the 2007 peak (local to me anyway) saying 'that would if happened whom ever was in power' don't cut it for me, they have been in power for 9 years, they follow our plan and the books would of been in 5 years, 9 years ago and they have borrowed more than any previous labour government in history and doubled the debt for our children. Sorry Paul they are incompetent and need to be held accountable
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Paul the problem with poltics is its a little like football, people cannot see past their chosen colour/badge and will blindly fight for it with no logical reason.

There is a vast difference from what Corbyn wants to do to what Blair did, the damage that bloke did to his party was off the chart, however Neil kinnock was the person whom really did the damage to Labour, he got away with it because he never won power.

Regarding the down turn, we have been out of recession for quite some time, the housing market has overtook the 2007 peak (local to me anyway) saying 'that would if happened whom ever was in power' don't cut it for me, they have been in power for 9 years, they follow our plan and the books would of been in 5 years, 9 years ago and they have borrowed more than any previous labour government in history and doubled the debt for our children. Sorry Paul they are incompetent and need to be held accountable
I'm not tribal though, I voted for three different parties in the last 3 elections.

You can play the what if game on the debt if you like but to my mind its a complete falsehood.

I am not sure why you mention housing if it is to do with the harm it is doing to the population or you are using it to show a measure of how far the economy has already recovered?
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I'm not tribal though, I voted for three different parties in the last 3 elections.

You can play the what if game on the debt if you like but to my mind its a complete falsehood.

I am not sure why you mention housing if it is to do with the harm it is doing to the population or you are using it to show a measure of how far the economy has already recovered?
I did not say you was mate I said politics is, I have voted Labour since 2015, I'm a socialist a real one not a neoliberal who dresses up as me but really believes in capitalism and elitism. So I'm going to vote for a party that is closest to my beliefs as a whole, unfortunately Labour have been over took by neoliberals and its impossible to remove them.

Regards the debt, I totally disagree with you. Conservative have been in power for almost a decade and they have no suffered a global banking crisis, God help us if they did because with the level of economic incompetence they have shown, we would be certainly not get through it again.

Yes your correct about why I mentioned property mate
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Why would any young person vote for the lying libdems?
The libdems that proposed the alternative vote that was more important than tution fees that plenty of those voting wouldn't have been affected by?

They're complaining a lot more about brexit and the other stupid ideas the conservatives came up with and they helped bring it on themselves. smh
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