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Paragraph 2 - I doubt that JC had much say on the matter and, being 11, I doubt that his politics were formed then.
His marriage broke up over his son's education. I find that tragic, you find it amusing. A bit like the vicar's daughter.
I have decided on my MP as opposed to the party this time. Jo Stephens left the front bench due to Corbyn's support of article 50 sonshes getting my vote.
Jeremy Corbyn nice man or not is not up to job, he never wanted it. Hopefully next leader is someone far more tenacious in holding TM to account.
With Labour and UKIP imploding, Plaid (in Wales) and the Lib Dems could be the best tactical votes to ensure the Tory's don't get a 100+ majority
If you are an MP of any party - and the PM stands up in the house of Commons to not only address the house but the whole country and tells everyone he has seen the evidence , that it is real and exists and that we must act etc. Most people will believe the PM - why would he lie or be very very economical with the truth.
That's why people believed him , people of all political parties. As it turns out - we now know it was ALL BS, he lied and it cost hundreds of THOUSANDS of innocent lives of men women and children.
That power vacuum led to the spawning of ISIS, Blair should be in prison for war crimes.
Why would you vote for something in one election - to vote for another party that wont deliver what you voted for in the last election. Maybe it's time for 'traditional Welsh Labour' voters to 'think outside the shed' for a change - personally I doubt they will.
I voted to remain, and for that reason I will vote Lib Dems.
In the meantime, the Tories are planning to bypass Parliament in their attempts to re-write the EU laws. This will be done by a PM who hates scrutiny, and votes against the worker on every occasion. They also want the right to look at people's e-mails, texts and internet history - to fight "terrorism" of which there has only been one terrorist attack in the UK since 9/11.
Under the cloak of Brexit, Theresa May will get her grimy little claws in many facets of our lives (both private and professional). I would say that, even if you voted for Brexit there is a chance you DIDN'T vote for Theresa May's version of it. Theresa May will deliver Brexit, of that there is no doubt. But, it's a murkier Brexit than the one some of the "moderates" voted for. Some people have even claimed they would now vote to remain given the opportunity, because they were sold a vision where we would retain access to the Single Market.
Theresa May has gone from being a reluctant remainer to becoming a full blown extreme Brexitter.
She'll get a huge majority, and the sick, unemployed, and unskilled will be the major losers. All for control of our borders which, even the old hag admits, cannot be achieved before 2024.
If Labour had David Miliband, or even Ed Miliband (why do leaders step down after one defeat?) then May would struggle because she is even less decisive than Gordon Brown.
Brexit will happen regardless, but voting Conservative in overwhelming numbers will give them a mandate to destroy and sell off the NHS, the schools, the prison service, the police etc
"In the meantime, the Tories are planning to bypass Parliament in their attempts to re-write the EU laws."
Arent all EU laws being made in UK laws in Parliament through the general repeal bill ? - I thought they were
"They also want the right to look at people's e-mails, texts and internet history - to fight "terrorism" of which there has only been one terrorist attack in the UK since 9/11."
There was a terrorist attack last week in case you missed it, there have also been lots more thwarted at the last minute and convictions made thanks to the UK intelligence services.
Also - never once did the official Leave side say that Brexit meant staying in the single market - especially as it meant there would still be the free movement of people. Did you realise that both Australia and now New Zealand are changing their immigration policies - I dont recall hearing your protests ?
"Theresa May has gone from being a reluctant remainer to becoming a full blown extreme Brexitter."
She was elected the leader of a Govt that has no choice but to fulfil that referendum result. Faced with call sfrom all sides about her having NO MANDATE - she had no choice to but to call a General Election.
I agree with your other points - David Milliband was stabbed in the back by his brother and Len McCluskey. If Cameron hadnt been so spooked by UKIP he would not have called an election. That is all if's but's and maybe's
What are you thoughts in France ? - they have a far right candidate that wants to leave the Europ and the EU AND they have a far left candidate that wants to leave the Euro and the EU.
As for Jezza and him spending an extra 500 billion which will be financed by taxing the rich etc , there was an interesting report from the BBC on who pays what in regards to taxes - the result was not what I thought
Its also rich from Lord K to suggest anti Tories always bring up the past. The Tories have been in power for seven years and still constantly hark back to the mess Labour left the country in. Time for them to stand on their own record. Its also nonsense to say the coaltion took a back seat. Does Libya ring any bells? Don't even get me started on Syria