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Join the Labour Party for a penny. No Quidco though...

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This Tory-led Government has launched an unprecedented assault on the hopes of our young people, kicking away the ladders of opportunity for our next generation.

They are already trebling tuition fees, and now they plan to abolish EMAs and the Future Jobs Fund.

If you are under 27, you can speak out today – by joining the Labour Party for one pence.

Speaking out together, and building a movement against this out-of-touch Government, we can make a real difference.
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#1
April 1st ?
Oh no I`m not that drunk ,its still Xmas eve.



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Edited By: solonely on Dec 24, 2010 20:30
#2
Ah a nice bit of politics for Christmas
#3
Getting engaged in politics is good - make your voice heard and change things!
#4
this is going to be good (_;)
4 Likes #5
Yeah, Labour did a cracking job of running the country for the past 13 years, haven't they? NOT.

I'd rather remove my privates with a blunt instrument than vote for this lot.
2 Likes #6
As Tesco says every liitle helps. This could make a massive dent in the debt they run up.
2 Likes #7
"This Tory-led Government has launched an unprecedented assault on the hopes of our young people, kicking away the ladders of opportunity for our next generation.

They are already trebling tuition fees, and now they plan to abolish EMAs and the Future Jobs Fund.

If you are under 27, you can speak out today – by joining the Labour Party for one pence.

Speaking out together, and building a movement against this out-of-touch Government, we can make a real difference. "

This is a joke right..? These scumbags have the balls to ask for anyone to even take them seriously again for how they ruined this country let alone consider voting for them again ? Unbelievable.....I wouldn't be PAID to JOIN this Disgrace of a party.....NEVER let them be in power again........
1 Like #8
No thanks - brrrr
#9
clarence47a
"This Tory-led Government has launched an unprecedented assault on the hopes of our young people, kicking away the ladders of opportunity for our next generation. They are already trebling tuition fees, and now they plan to abolish EMAs and the Future Jobs Fund. If you are under 27, you can speak out today – by joining the Labour Party for one pence. Speaking out together, and building a movement against this out-of-touch Government, we can make a real difference. "This is a joke right..? These scumbags have the balls to ask for anyone to even take them seriously again for how they ruined this country let alone consider voting for them again ? Unbelievable.....I wouldn't be PAID to JOIN this Disgrace of a party.....NEVER let them be in power again........

I`m NO TORY BOY ,but 13years of LABOUR RULE has left my teenagers and the country DOOMED

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Edited By: solonely on Dec 24, 2010 21:10
#10
I saw some bloke on the TV the other day who looks like Gromit (or is it Wallace??).

Apparently he's the new Labour leader?

They must be desperate (or overwhelmed by elderly communists stuck in the 1970s)....

Edited By: withabix on Dec 24, 2010 21:22
3 Likes #11
Like the majority of voters, I voted for Tony Blair three times & I even voted for Mr Grumpy at the last election. Sadly I'm voting cold on this deal. Labour vs Conservative isn't a choice it's a dilemma. When you get to my age, you realise that basically both parties are more or less the same. Either way you get rule by an opinionated elite which totally ignores the wishes of the greater electorate. Save your 1p and buy something worthwhile.
#12
Just wondering, you all seem to be saying (not that I do or don't agree) that Labour has negatively impacted the country without actually saying how. Could you actually tell me the reasons that you meant but didn't use while making those statements, I'm just curious. :)
#13
Joe90_guy
Like the majority of voters, I voted for Tony Blair three times & I even voted for Mr Grumpy at the last election. Sadly I'm voting cold on this deal. Labour vs Conservative isn't a choice it's a dilemma. When you get to my age, you realise that basically both parties are more or less the same. Either way you get rule by an opinionated elite which totally ignores the wishes of the greater electorate. Save your 1p and buy something worthwhile.

+1 . Your proberly voiceing the opion of 80% of Great Brittain.
#14
1p seems expensive to me. :p
#15
PaddyZee
Just wondering, you all seem to be saying (not that I do or don't agree) that Labour has negatively impacted the country without actually saying how. Could you actually tell me the reasons that you meant but didn't use while making those statements, I'm just curious. :)

Give us all a break,its christmas eve and we want to feel happy not suicidal.
Blair , Brown ,do you want or need another reason. ?


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Edited By: solonely on Dec 24, 2010 21:41: skint
#16
solonely
PaddyZee
Just wondering, you all seem to be saying (not that I do or don't agree) that Labour has negatively impacted the country without actually saying how. Could you actually tell me the reasons that you meant but didn't use while making those statements, I'm just curious. :)


Give us all a break,its christmas eve any we want to feel happy.
Blair , Brown ,do you want or need another reason. ?

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Hardly worth bothering to be happy if we are all so "doomed". You just gave a name, anyone can do that. John Smith. That tells me nothing. What they did or didn't do, that caused you to hold such beliefs would be useful.
1 Like #17
Shouldn't it be 1p for all
You know equality for all........ or are some more equal than others ?
cold cant trust any of them
2 Likes #18
PaddyZee
Just wondering, you all seem to be saying (not that I do or don't agree) that Labour has negatively impacted the country without actually saying how. Could you actually tell me the reasons that you meant but didn't use while making those statements, I'm just curious. :)

Afghanistan and Iraq is the thing that annoys me the most. Bad enough that Taxpayers money is being wasted on moat cleaning and duck ponds but having the blood of hundreds of thousands of civilians on my hands is sickening.

Private finance initiative (PFI) is a joke too. Off balance sheet rubbish. Cheaper to have got it on as government debt surely?

As Joe90_guy said you can't tell the parties apart Tory, Liberal or Labour.

As some student demonstrator put it "Politicians putting the N in cuts."



Edited By: bobcsg on Dec 24, 2010 21:49
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Champagne Socialists.Did feck all for the working man,except tax him to the hilt. And if he marched to protest he was more than likely stopped by the police long before he got to the march under bliars anti-terrorism legislation.
Illegal wars and made us america`s Bitch to add insult to injury.Merry Christmas :{
#20
Too expensive, they should be paying us tbh. Cold!
#21
solonely
clarence47a
"This Tory-led Government has launched an unprecedented assault on the hopes of our young people, kicking away the ladders of opportunity for our next generation. They are already trebling tuition fees, and now they plan to abolish EMAs and the Future Jobs Fund. If you are under 27, you can speak out today – by joining the Labour Party for one pence. Speaking out together, and building a movement against this out-of-touch Government, we can make a real difference. "This is a joke right..? These scumbags have the balls to ask for anyone to even take them seriously again for how they ruined this country let alone consider voting for them again ? Unbelievable.....I wouldn't be PAID to JOIN this Disgrace of a party.....NEVER let them be in power again........


I`m NO TORY BOY ,but 13years of LABOUR RULE has left my teenagers and the country DOOMED

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I hate labour as much as the next guy but thats a load of rubbish. Very few people in a country as affluent as Britain can realistically describe their future as "doomed" - unless they'd completely messed up on their own (i.e. criminal record etc.).
1 Like #22
lol @ anti labour
Yeah fine tories thatcher milk snatcher now cameron trebles fees for students, takes away 13m worth of free books and once again tried to take away kids milk not forgetting taking away free swimming for kids.
Who gave you the nhs?
Now tory spineless millionaires like cameron and osbourne want to take it all away.
I won't even mention what they are doing to the armed forces.
tory=murdochs rent boys.
#23
PaddyZee
solonely
PaddyZee
Just wondering, you all seem to be saying (not that I do or don't agree) that Labour has negatively impacted the country without actually saying how. Could you actually tell me the reasons that you meant but didn't use while making those statements, I'm just curious. :)
Give us all a break,its christmas eve any we want to feel happy.Blair , Brown ,do you want or need another reason. ?.
Hardly worth bothering to be happy if we are all so "doomed". You just gave a name, anyone can do that. John Smith. That tells me nothing. What they did or didn't do, that caused you to hold such beliefs would be useful.

Are you being paid by Labour ,or some org as a Market researcher ?
Our Country is bankrupt do to Labour and your asking why most of HDUK members for a more indepth answer , DOOOOOOOh
#24
callum9999
solonely
clarence47a
"This Tory-led Government has launched an unprecedented assault on the hopes of our young people, kicking away the ladders of opportunity for our next generation. They are already trebling tuition fees, and now they plan to abolish EMAs and the Future Jobs Fund. If you are under 27, you can speak out today – by joining the Labour Party for one pence. Speaking out together, and building a movement against this out-of-touch Government, we can make a real difference. "This is a joke right..? These scumbags have the balls to ask for anyone to even take them seriously again for how they ruined this country let alone consider voting for them again ? Unbelievable.....I wouldn't be PAID to JOIN this Disgrace of a party.....NEVER let them be in power again........
I`m NO TORY BOY ,but 13years of LABOUR RULE has left my teenagers and the country DOOMED.
I hate labour as much as the next guy but thats a load of rubbish. Very few people in a country as affluent as Britain can realistically describe their future as "doomed" - unless they'd completely messed up on their own (i.e. criminal record etc.).

Where I live the country looks doomed.
#25
solonely
PaddyZee
solonely
PaddyZee
Just wondering, you all seem to be saying (not that I do or don't agree) that Labour has negatively impacted the country without actually saying how. Could you actually tell me the reasons that you meant but didn't use while making those statements, I'm just curious. :)
Give us all a break,its christmas eve any we want to feel happy.Blair , Brown ,do you want or need another reason. ?.
Hardly worth bothering to be happy if we are all so "doomed". You just gave a name, anyone can do that. John Smith. That tells me nothing. What they did or didn't do, that caused you to hold such beliefs would be useful.


Are you being paid by Labour ,or some org as a Market researcher ?
Our Country is bankrupt do to Labour and your asking why most of HDUK members for a more indepth answer , DOOOOOOOh


Absolute Rubbish ....if you were old enough you'd know that Labour inherited all the countries debts that the Tories left all those years ago....!!!
#26
solonely
PaddyZee
solonely
PaddyZee
Just wondering, you all seem to be saying (not that I do or don't agree) that Labour has negatively impacted the country without actually saying how. Could you actually tell me the reasons that you meant but didn't use while making those statements, I'm just curious. :)
Give us all a break,its christmas eve any we want to feel happy.Blair , Brown ,do you want or need another reason. ?.
Hardly worth bothering to be happy if we are all so "doomed". You just gave a name, anyone can do that. John Smith. That tells me nothing. What they did or didn't do, that caused you to hold such beliefs would be useful.
Are you being paid by Labour ,or some org as a Market researcher ? Our Country is bankrupt do to Labour and your asking why most of HDUK members for a more indepth answer , DOOOOOOOh

The UK ain't bankrupt and fortunately, as we didn't join the Euro, we are competitive again as we've depreciated the pound.

And Amercian credit ratings agencies Fitch, Standard and Poor, Moodys don't mean anything. Most of our government debt is owned by the Bank of England and UK pension funds.
#27
Mecoconuts
solonely
PaddyZee
solonely
PaddyZee
Just wondering, you all seem to be saying (not that I do or don't agree) that Labour has negatively impacted the country without actually saying how. Could you actually tell me the reasons that you meant but didn't use while making those statements, I'm just curious. :)
Give us all a break,its christmas eve any we want to feel happy.Blair , Brown ,do you want or need another reason. ?.
Hardly worth bothering to be happy if we are all so "doomed". You just gave a name, anyone can do that. John Smith. That tells me nothing. What they did or didn't do, that caused you to hold such beliefs would be useful.
Are you being paid by Labour ,or some org as a Market researcher ? Our Country is bankrupt do to Labour and your asking why most of HDUK members for a more indepth answer , DOOOOOOOh
Absolute Rubbish ....if you were old enough you'd know that Labour inherited all the countries debts that the Tories left all those years ago....!!!

Its APRIL 1ST.
#28
This Deal is -252
Happy Xmas and good night.

Edited By: solonely on Dec 24, 2010 22:18
#29
solonely
PaddyZee
solonely
PaddyZee
Just wondering, you all seem to be saying (not that I do or don't agree) that Labour has negatively impacted the country without actually saying how. Could you actually tell me the reasons that you meant but didn't use while making those statements, I'm just curious. :)
Give us all a break,its christmas eve any we want to feel happy.Blair , Brown ,do you want or need another reason. ?.
Hardly worth bothering to be happy if we are all so "doomed". You just gave a name, anyone can do that. John Smith. That tells me nothing. What they did or didn't do, that caused you to hold such beliefs would be useful.


Are you being paid by Labour ,or some org as a Market researcher ?
Our Country is bankrupt do to Labour and your asking why most of HDUK members for a more indepth answer , DOOOOOOOh

No, I am a (correction:18 (totally used to saying 17) year old sixth form student who is bored during the Christmas holidays.
No, our country is not bankrupt. Yes it may be in debt, but that is due to the recession that occurred. That is NOT Labour's fault to an extent as there were external factors which were either foreign or unforseen. What you are saying is that, it is Labour's fault because they had the belief it was the correct economic decision, and you personally believe it wasn't. Had it have been an alternate idea, it would have been little to no economic intervention whatsoever and left to the "free market" sort itself out.
Labour say they did because they believe that things would have been worse had they not intervened.


Edited By: PaddyZee on Dec 24, 2010 22:21
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1p plus stealth fees. total cost £1,923.67 per month
#31
PaddyZee
No, I am a (correction:18 (totally used to saying 17) year old sixth form student who is bored during the Christmas holidays.No, our country is not bankrupt. Yes it may be in debt, but that is due to the recession that occurred. That is NOT Labour's fault to an extent as there were external factors which were either foreign or unforseen. What you are saying is that, it is Labour's fault because they had the belief it was the correct economic decision, and you personally believe it wasn't. Had it have been an alternate idea, it would have been little to no economic intervention whatsoever and left to the "free market" sort itself out.Labour say they did because they believe that things would have been worse had they not intervened.

It certainly is partially Labour's fault. They continued the light touch regulation and other Neo-Liberal policies of the Conservative government.

The North Sea oil and gas should've been put into a sovereign wealth fund like Norway did.
#32
callum9999
I hate labour as much as the next guy but thats a load of rubbish. Very few people in a country as affluent as Britain can realistically describe their future as "doomed" - unless they'd completely messed up on their own (i.e. criminal record etc.).

Disability is a clear example of someone not messing up on their own, whose future may be doomed. Too few jobs, employers can pick and choose, and Disability Discrimination Act legislation, now known as the Equality Act, are toothless pointless wastes of paper. Job Centres are not really geared up to deal with people with disabilities despite a drive to get people off disability benefits and into work.

I suppose they figure they can't ask more than 1p for membership, but I wouldn't even join if paid.

Edited By: anewman on Dec 24, 2010 22:45
#33
I would rarther labour than the idiots we have now who keep lining their pockets and making us pay for it
#34
bobcsg
PaddyZee
No, I am a (correction:18 (totally used to saying 17) year old sixth form student who is bored during the Christmas holidays.No, our country is not bankrupt. Yes it may be in debt, but that is due to the recession that occurred. That is NOT Labour's fault to an extent as there were external factors which were either foreign or unforseen. What you are saying is that, it is Labour's fault because they had the belief it was the correct economic decision, and you personally believe it wasn't. Had it have been an alternate idea, it would have been little to no economic intervention whatsoever and left to the "free market" sort itself out.Labour say they did because they believe that things would have been worse had they not intervened.


It certainly is partially Labour's fault. They continued the light touch regulation and other Neo-Liberal policies of the Conservative government.

The North Sea oil and gas should've been put into a sovereign wealth fund like Norway did.
#35
Labour stopped listening to the public a long time ago, we asked for less taxes they gave us more just for the sake of it, ever raising crime rate yet these arrogant self-serving continually telling us nonsense about the rates falling when in reality people simply stopped reporting crime because they knew the police would do nothing about it in over 50% of reported incidents. Labour needs to be out for quite a long time, all they did is replace the leader with a protégé of the former leader, it's the same Labour party and for that purpose I'd say one penny is too much, Labour even mentioning tuition fees shows how hypocritical they are. Just look at the state of the public transport networks in Britain which are surely now the worst and most expensive in Europe, just look at how Labour has allowed utility companies to fall in the foreign owned private hands whilst the consumer gets milked for fun, I am no Conservative but Labour wont be getting my support until a lot of these Current LAbour MPs are replaced by real people instead of these university-made politicians

One thing I hope the conservative do whilst leading the coalition is make parliament votes effecting only England such as tuition fees and foundation hospitals only vote-able by MPs seated in English constituencies, we are meant to have devolved government for the regions but that seems to exclude England when it comes to making sure we fund everyone else and that has to stop.
#36
anewman
[quote=callum9999] I hate labour as much as the next guy but thats a load of rubbish. Very few people in a country as affluent as Britain can realistically describe their future as "doomed" - unless they'd completely messed up on their own (i.e. criminal record etc.).


The country only appears affluent.We are drowning in debt both public and private.We have torn the heart out our productive economy over the past 40 years.Now we have shopping ,banking ,importing and borrowing.

Watch out for rocketing ,inflation and collapsing living standards. We are stuffed,its a mathematical certainty.

Oh and Merry Christmas
#37
Yeah.... as a late 20s guy I am just stunned... the basic British 'right' is to own one's own home... and Labour have put me 5 years behind where I should be. Thanks for that, Gordon.
#38
I think the only way we can break out of this sad cycle is if we the people get individiual (and probably electronic) voting rights on any substantial political issue. Politicians would then simply become the people who implement the public will; rather than determining it.

Although running a country based on X-Factor-like public voting might sound silly, my guess is the country would go to war less (if at all!), hang more convicted killers, be more wary of an increasingly scary US, waste less public money on a so-called justice system that produces decisions that frequently leave the public in a state of stunned disbelief and finally, take a much harder line on uncontrolled immigration.

Anyone fancy starting a new political party???
#39
Anybody remember Thatchers interest rates of 15%?

Could you afford to pay a mortgage with that rate of interest?

Be prepared .... inflation is already biting under this Etonian bunch of misfits.

High interest rates will follow.
#40
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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