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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 10:15 - Nov 13 with 4413 viewsusm

Poxy Tories...........

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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:21 - Nov 13 with 2539 viewsJakeITFC

823,000 food bank visits between April and September of this year.

Poxy tories indeed.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:27 - Nov 13 with 2523 viewsElephantintheRoom

Unemployment rose this month, surprise surprise. Current measurements do not consider the long term unemployed as unemployed...they are in a new box to tick...economically inactive. Youngsters without a job living at home don't count either. Nor do the unemployed sitting on zero hours contracts working zero hours. Nor does the fact that a job once done by one person - eg a supermarket cashier is now done by as many as 10 people working part time. Something like 20% of food bank users are 'employed' as well.... just that some of them, like the parent with £90 to spend a month on food and living essentials for the entire family was something that vile Tory politician couldn't even begin to comprehend.

Good wind up though.

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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:29 - Nov 13 with 2510 viewsbrazil1982

Something about zero hours and Thatcher.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:31 - Nov 13 with 2503 viewsfergalsharkey

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:21 - Nov 13 by JakeITFC

823,000 food bank visits between April and September of this year.

Poxy tories indeed.


No body can help pondlife , not even mother theresa.

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Violent crime up, drug related crime up.... on 10:31 - Nov 13 with 2507 viewsBlueBadger

....an ongoing crisis in mental health services, bed crises getting earlier and earlier in the year in acute services, increased privatisation and reduced accountability as a result in the public sector, ever diminishing rural services full stop....
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:32 - Nov 13 with 2494 viewsBlueBadger

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:31 - Nov 13 by fergalsharkey

No body can help pondlife , not even mother theresa.


Why would the Conservative party be asking Mother Theresa for help?

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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:35 - Nov 13 with 2484 viewsVaughan8

Some people have bitten. Well done!
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:38 - Nov 13 with 2465 viewsBluefish

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:21 - Nov 13 by JakeITFC

823,000 food bank visits between April and September of this year.

Poxy tories indeed.


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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:43 - Nov 13 with 2454 viewsJakeITFC

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:38 - Nov 13 by Bluefish

Do you view all work by charities as a negative?


The work done by the charity is crucial and noble, however the reasons why the charity has to exist are of course caused by negative reasons.

Ideally we’d live in a world where the 6th richest economy doesn’t require a charity to feed its population.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:44 - Nov 13 with 2449 viewsJakeITFC

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:35 - Nov 13 by Vaughan8

Some people have bitten. Well done!


Glad that people starving is a joke to you.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:57 - Nov 13 with 2395 viewsVaughan8

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:44 - Nov 13 by JakeITFC

Glad that people starving is a joke to you.


Oh dear. A bit extreme. That's not what I said is it? Lets twist it into something its not to make someone look bad. Maybe you should take up politics!

How do you know I don't give to food banks?
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:58 - Nov 13 with 2386 viewschicoazul

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:38 - Nov 13 by Bluefish

Do you view all work by charities as a negative?


Charities are Tory. In large part domestic ones do the work the state should.

I have it in commission, to comfort the feeble-minded, and to support the weak. You must needs go along with us; we will wait for you, we will lend you our help, we will deny ourselves of some things, both opinionated and practical, for your sake; we will not enter into doubtful disputations before you, we will be made all things to you, rather than you shall be left behind
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:03 - Nov 13 with 2362 viewsusm

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:44 - Nov 13 by JakeITFC

Glad that people starving is a joke to you.


You do know the meaning of starving dont you?

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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:06 - Nov 13 with 2337 viewsGlasgowBlue

Good news for the majority of people who our economy works for but sadly not for those who have been left behind.

I've been a conservative voter all my life but even I can see that the pendulum has swung too far in one direction.

I don't think voting for a Marxist who would rather play internal party politics than get in a position to do real good is the answer either. The first people to suffer if he crashes the economy would be those most in need.

A Lib Dem government would be far more sensible fiscally than Labour but at the same time would be more caring to those at the bottom. As a one nation Tory they are probably closer to me politically than the current Tory party.

“A man must be excessively stupid, as well as uncharitable, who believes that there is no virtue but on his own side, and that there are not men as honest as himself who may differ from him in political principles”.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:15 - Nov 13 with 2310 viewsBlueBadger

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:35 - Nov 13 by Vaughan8

Some people have bitten. Well done!


Ah the Cruncher School of Trolling strikes again.

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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:16 - Nov 13 with 2299 viewsartsbossbeard

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:03 - Nov 13 by usm

You do know the meaning of starving dont you?


I fully understand that parents aren't able to afford to feed their kids. I also think that this is the key point rather than worrying about the meaning of a word to describe abject hunger.

Please note: prior to hitting the post button, I've double checked for anything that could be construed as "Anti Semitic" and to the best of my knowledge it isn't. Anything deemed to be of a Xenophobic nature is therefore purely accidental or down to your own misconstruing.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:21 - Nov 13 with 2275 viewsDarth_Koont

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:06 - Nov 13 by GlasgowBlue

Good news for the majority of people who our economy works for but sadly not for those who have been left behind.

I've been a conservative voter all my life but even I can see that the pendulum has swung too far in one direction.

I don't think voting for a Marxist who would rather play internal party politics than get in a position to do real good is the answer either. The first people to suffer if he crashes the economy would be those most in need.

A Lib Dem government would be far more sensible fiscally than Labour but at the same time would be more caring to those at the bottom. As a one nation Tory they are probably closer to me politically than the current Tory party.


One nation Tory ... It's the self-deception that's the most worrying thing.

You arrive at this and other issues like Brexit and Tory racism only when the evidence becomes unavoidable. And suddenly electorally important as a result, although I'm sure that's just a coincidence.

"Even I can see that the pendulum has swung too far in one direction."

Pity you've spent years on here attacking people and parties who have been pointed this stuff out.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:35 - Nov 13 with 2220 viewsGlasgowBlue

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:21 - Nov 13 by Darth_Koont

One nation Tory ... It's the self-deception that's the most worrying thing.

You arrive at this and other issues like Brexit and Tory racism only when the evidence becomes unavoidable. And suddenly electorally important as a result, although I'm sure that's just a coincidence.

"Even I can see that the pendulum has swung too far in one direction."

Pity you've spent years on here attacking people and parties who have been pointed this stuff out.


"Pity you've spent years on here attacking people and parties who have been pointed this stuff out".

You do talk a load of old bollox don't you? The only people I've been "attacking" on here are those who have excused and defended racism in the Labour party because they are quite happy to chuck a BAME community under the bus to get rid of the Tories.

A moderate non racist Labour party would be a far more attractive proposition to somebody like me who is currently politically homeless.

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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:41 - Nov 13 with 2200 viewsDarth_Koont

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:35 - Nov 13 by GlasgowBlue

"Pity you've spent years on here attacking people and parties who have been pointed this stuff out".

You do talk a load of old bollox don't you? The only people I've been "attacking" on here are those who have excused and defended racism in the Labour party because they are quite happy to chuck a BAME community under the bus to get rid of the Tories.

A moderate non racist Labour party would be a far more attractive proposition to somebody like me who is currently politically homeless.


Let's just say I don't believe you've left your petty party politics behind.

You'd rather exaggerate evidence and misrepresent the Labour party as endemically racist than address the decades of actual evidence in the public domain about your own party, including their policies.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:43 - Nov 13 with 2179 viewsGlasgowBlue

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:41 - Nov 13 by Darth_Koont

Let's just say I don't believe you've left your petty party politics behind.

You'd rather exaggerate evidence and misrepresent the Labour party as endemically racist than address the decades of actual evidence in the public domain about your own party, including their policies.


This may comes as a shock to you mate but I couldn't give a monkey's toss what you do or don't believe. You're a man who has excused and defended racists on here.

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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 12:05 - Nov 13 with 2132 viewsDarth_Koont

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 11:43 - Nov 13 by GlasgowBlue

This may comes as a shock to you mate but I couldn't give a monkey's toss what you do or don't believe. You're a man who has excused and defended racists on here.


I haven't actually "excused and defended racists on here". Much less voted and campaigned for them for decades.

Your recent conversion to social justice and awareness since 2015 seems as manipulative as the way you disingenuously use language and facts to frame your attacks.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:31 - Nov 13 by fergalsharkey

No body can help pondlife , not even mother theresa.


That's an utterly disgraceful comment.

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Violent crime up, drug related crime up.... on 13:27 - Nov 13 with 2018 viewsRyorry

Violent crime up, drug related crime up.... on 10:31 - Nov 13 by BlueBadger

....an ongoing crisis in mental health services, bed crises getting earlier and earlier in the year in acute services, increased privatisation and reduced accountability as a result in the public sector, ever diminishing rural services full stop....
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Closure of one branch of GPs' surgery near me (very large village in very rural area), despite significant rise in population - and simultaneous drastic cutting back of local bus service to get to the other 2 branches, both about 5 miles away.

In the literature the docs put out about this, one reason given for the closure was extreme difficulty in finding doctors to fill GP posts atm, partly because of increase in hours & work overload -> stress.

A petition against the closure has been started & already got thousands of signatures (incl from local councillors) but won't achieve anything. Tory MP (Julian Smith, ex chief-whip) won't give a monkeys.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 15:49 - Nov 13 with 1880 viewsjeera

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:31 - Nov 13 by fergalsharkey

No body can help pondlife , not even mother theresa.


Fool.

Well it looks like a duck, it sounds like a duck. Nope, dunno what it is.
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Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 17:26 - Nov 13 with 1801 viewsmos

Earnings rise by 3.6%, inflation by 1.5%, unemployment down by 23,000 on 10:44 - Nov 13 by JakeITFC

Glad that people starving is a joke to you.


A rather uninformed post from you there pal, the OP had nothing to do with food bank usage and starvation in the UK, therefore the comment you’re referring to clearly doesn’t think starvation is a joke. Calm down.

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