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Jeremy Corbyn and his Shadow Cabinet launch Labour's General Election manifesto

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    Chewwy b 11:00am Tue 16 May 17
    Why? Why come to Bradford? Do you not realise that our incompetent mendacious Labour Council is despised by local residents?
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    Bingo Betty 1 Replying Chewwy b 11:08am Tue 16 May 17
    They despise them that much they keep re electing them ..Doh !
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    Apollo15 Replying Bingo Betty 1 11:33am Tue 16 May 17
    No they don't. They only exist because the Labour Party has allowed itself to be hijacked by a small section of the community not interested in socialism but in power. To achieve this they partake in widespread Electoral fraud especially using postal voting fraud. Not one community Councillor is a true socialist and many are the exact opposite. However, you are correct in that they are despised.
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    bantam burner Replying Apollo15 11:41am Tue 16 May 17
    It's a city of over half million people how big is this small section in our community

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    Apollo15 Replying bantam burner 12:30pm Tue 16 May 17
    And in English?
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    basil fawlty Replying Chewwy b 12:39pm Tue 16 May 17
    Irrelevant point, its a national election!
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    Don't like it up 'em Replying basil fawlty 4:03pm Tue 16 May 17
    Wrong, Basil. A lack of local elections this year have given the public the urge to vote nationally on local issues. Bye Naz, Bye Judith.
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    Chewwy b Replying basil fawlty 5:25pm Tue 16 May 17
    The behaviour of local Labour Councillors affects voters opinions and perceptions of the Labour party as a whole. It is quite normal for an organisation to relay this message to their representatives. Something that Hinchcliffe and co would be wise to consider.
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying Chewwy b 2:56pm Tue 16 May 17
    Its a general election.
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    Don't like it up 'em Replying WISE OLD WALTER 4:09pm Tue 16 May 17
    Irrelevant.
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    [deleted] Replying Chewwy b 12:18pm Tue 16 May 17
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    Bingo Betty 1 11:07am Tue 16 May 17
    For the many ...not the few ! Go home Corbyn Bradfords already got too many !
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    Enoch bowel Replying Bingo Betty 1 3:56pm Tue 16 May 17
    you get what you deserve. scum.
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    Don't like it up 'em Replying Bingo Betty 1 4:10pm Tue 16 May 17
    For the many, not the Jew.
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying Don't like it up 'em 6:43pm Tue 16 May 17
    'Not the Jew', now there's a can of worms that's best left alone.
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    1911 11:30am Tue 16 May 17
    Your an insult to serving and former servicemen and women. Take your Hamas and IRA loving backside out of our City.
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    Goodnightjimbob Replying 1911 4:39pm Tue 16 May 17
    Well said.
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying 1911 6:57pm Tue 16 May 17
    1911, With reference to the IRA & Northern Ireland we didn't 'beat' them into submission we 'talked to them' and got a peace deal. We had tried force since the partion in 1912, and the bloody 1916 uprising, for nearly a century our politicians refused to talk and many people died because of their intransigence. Corbyn takes the same view as Sir Winston Churchill who said 'better jaw, jaw, jaw than war, war, war,'

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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying WISE OLD WALTER 7:35pm Tue 16 May 17
    Dear God! '...people died because of OUR intransigence'? Our 'intransigence' as you call it was to blame for the slaughter of hundreds of innocent people by the IRA bombings and shootings? The 'disappeared' were taken away from their families by the IRA, executed and just disposed of like so much rubbish because of our 'intransigence'? The innocent victims of the IRA bombing of Warrington died because of our 'intransigence'? The Guildford and Birmingham pub bombing victims also? I could go on, but I think the point is clear. WISE OLD WALTER? THICK DECREPIT WALTER is more apt.
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    [deleted] 11:31am Tue 16 May 17
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    1911 Replying [deleted] 11:34am Tue 16 May 17
    He won't.
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    Apollo15 Replying [deleted] 11:35am Tue 16 May 17
    You omit to mention that we would also be left utterly defenceless.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying Apollo15 11:58am Tue 16 May 17
    That's a given...but you're right of course I did indeed omit that worrying fact. This is the man (Corncob) don't forget who is still a member of CND and has promised to create a 'Minister for Peace' if he gains power. What's that all about? He's also stated that he might not send military support to fellow NATO countries under threat. Scum.

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    bradford rose Replying The one and only Rarseclart 3:39pm Tue 16 May 17
    Minister for peace? Well that just shows how unfit he is to lead the country. Who needs peace? Theresa May on the other hand is determined to show what a strong leader she is by declaring war on defenceless foxes and repealing the hunting ban. Sadistic Scum.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying bradford rose 3:56pm Tue 16 May 17
    Everybody wants peace, don't be so stupid. But a minister for it? What on earth does that mean, what purpose will it serve? It's just a lunatic, air headed idea from a man who couldn't run an egg and spoon race - let alone the country. Idiotic scum.
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    basil fawlty Replying Apollo15 12:42pm Tue 16 May 17
    Labour's manifesto includes Trident.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying basil fawlty 12:57pm Tue 16 May 17
    That may well be so - but when you have a man who is responsible for 'pressing the nuclear button', but who has consistently said that he wouldn't do so, it's all pretty pointless isn't it? From the 'Guardian', September 30th 2015; Asked if he (Corbyn) would use nuclear weapons, he said: “No.” From the 'Daily Mirror', September 30th 2015; Mr Corbyn said he would not fire nuclear weapons as Prime Minister after being grilled on whether he'd 'press the button' by BBC Radio 4's Today programme. Asked if he would use Trident, which is costing £100bn to renew, even if it is backed by his own party he said: "No." What a loser, and how confusing...

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    dannbradfc Replying The one and only Rarseclart 9:45am Wed 17 May 17
    and the pressing the button is the end anyway so how does this work exactly? Rather someone who promotes peace. It seems you have learned nothing from the endless wars, particularly those that make lots of money,...... the only "loser" is all of us once people start pressing those buttons.......
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    dannbradfc Replying Apollo15 9:34am Wed 17 May 17
    defenceless from whom? Any threats are nuclear these days or terrorists which is a different form of defence......whereas the tories threaten first strike as an option Corbyn wants to talk......which is a much better form of defence than everyone dying ;-)
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    Serious Coinage Replying [deleted] 11:37am Tue 16 May 17
    Wouldnt worry its never going to happen. Corbyn has guaranteed the election to the Conservative Party thank god
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    john dough Replying Serious Coinage 8:50pm Tue 16 May 17
    Evening... This is Nob ^^^ Nob is working class but votes Tory because the newspapers tell him to. If the Tories win the election, they'll screw working class voters like Nob even further and give the newspaper owners massive tax cuts. Don't be a Nob. Don't vote Tory...
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    1911 Replying john dough 12:25am Wed 17 May 17
    People have been fed these class cr@p lefty propaganda blurbs for decades from middle class socialists . Socialism is dead it died when most folk thought for themselves,instead of voting for Labour like previous generations of the same family had. Your Kier Hardie romantic guff can't hide the fact that a donkey is more welcome than a man with a shocking taste in "friends". Now where is that donkey?

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    dannbradfc Replying 1911 9:36am Wed 17 May 17
    "thought for themselves" whereas you are believing the rubbish from the tories? how does that work exactly?
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    Bingo Betty 1 Replying [deleted] 11:47am Tue 16 May 17
    The circus is in town with Corbyn the head clown ....sick making ! Get back down the M1 .
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    Nozer Replying Bingo Betty 1 7:32pm Tue 16 May 17
    Enough scumbags in Bradford without this lot, they're a blot on the landscape.
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    basil fawlty Replying [deleted] 12:47pm Tue 16 May 17
    Government debt has increased by £555 billion since the Tories won power. Labour had a world crash to contend with. The Tories are just incompetent ex public school boys playing at politics.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying basil fawlty 1:15pm Tue 16 May 17
    Rubbish. The 'world crash' didn't occur until Labour had been in power for almost a decade. Blair was an 'incompetent ex public school boy' in case you didn't know - Fettes in Scotland, known as the 'Scottish Eton'. Current fees of £31,245 per year. Comrade Corncob himself is an 'incompetent ex public school boy'. Just for the record, 4 out of the last 5 Conservative PM's did NOT go to public schools. So there.
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying The one and only Rarseclart 6:29pm Tue 16 May 17
    For the record here are some 'FACTS' for you to mull over, but firstly the 2008 crash was not caused by the Labour party but was a Worldwide problem created by the Bankers. Causing debt to rise quite dramatically in every country since 2008. George Osbourne has borrowed more in 5 years than what labour borrowed in 13. From 1997 to 2010 the labour government borrowed £437.3 BN, (which includes repayments of £38.4 BN) from 2010 to 2016 the Conservatives borrowed £644.3 BN.(Which included no repayments) and don't forget good old Georgie boy 'Printed' £375.0Billion and gave it to his banking mates to 'Stimulate the economy'. It is agreed by Economists that for every £1 he gave to the banks only 8 pence trickled down to the national economy. So add these two figures together you get £1019.3 Billion he borrowed or printed. When Labour left office the national debt was £1156 BN ( prior to the 2008 crash the national debt was running at 557.2 Billion), by 2016 the national debt was £1730.0 BN and is still rising. These figures are taken from a House of Commons briefing paper No 05745, May 2017, go take a look.So it would appear that in spite of all the scare mongering and the 'fake truths' of the Conservatives, their claims of chaos, the Labour party would cause, historically exactly the opposite appears to be the case, you don't think the Conservatives have been lying to us !!!!!!!
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    Don't like it up 'em Replying basil fawlty 4:11pm Tue 16 May 17
    World crash didn't include most other nations.
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying Don't like it up 'em 6:34pm Tue 16 May 17
    Really, go read my post to The one and only, and check the sources and guess again.
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    dannbradfc Replying basil fawlty 9:38am Wed 17 May 17
    Also its a FACT that tories have borrowed more in history than the Labour party. Even when averaged out to years in office the tories have borrowed more....ITS A COMPLETE MYTH THAT THE TORIES RUN THE ECONOMY BETTER, although it certainly helps quite a few of them make a lot of money
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    1911 11:37am Tue 16 May 17
    "You can trust the T&A" Since when? Stop getting giddy reporter,It's just the muppet show.
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    Flying Monkey 11:37am Tue 16 May 17
    Brilliant; simply brilliant! And the amount of people that came to hear him speak in little old Hebden Bridge... well enough said.
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    [deleted] Replying Flying Monkey 11:38am Tue 16 May 17
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    Don't like it up 'em Replying Flying Monkey 4:16pm Tue 16 May 17
    I think that it is important for people to vote Labour so they only get spanked instead of slaughtered and the terrorist fellater Corbyn presides over the demolition of the Labour party!!
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    Flying Monkey Replying Don't like it up 'em 7:12pm Tue 16 May 17
    Don't like it up 'em wrote: I think that it is important for people to vote Labour so they only get spanked instead of slaughtered and the terrorist fellater Corbyn presides over the demolition of the Labour party!!
    ... Cuckoo; cuckoo; cuckoo!
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    Thee Voice of Reason 11:39am Tue 16 May 17
    I see they suggest people are starting to back labour, that the opinion polls are wrong. Well there were local elections and they showed the Tories with 38% of the popular vote and Labour down on 27%. In a general election that will only give one result. For the many not for the few. I guess they think Foster carers are the few, which is why they have their allowances cut.
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    JimmyShip 11:40am Tue 16 May 17
    Can't say I would ever vote Labour, and I don't know where the leadership intend to find all of the money, to re-nationalise the rail systems, plough hundreds of millions into social care and the hospitals. However, I do think Jeremy Corbyn is a much better leader than all the previous fools that have lead the party, in particular the war criminal Blair who ruined this country with his politics. My vote will go the leader who looks after people who have to go to work every day, look after the pensioners who built this country, get more police on the street, and crack down on benefits fraud, especially for those claiming and living outside the UK.
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    bantam burner Replying JimmyShip 11:44am Tue 16 May 17
    The same way the conservatives have a 1.6 trillion debt pot
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    Serious Coinage Replying bantam burner 11:51am Tue 16 May 17
    With Labour election promises set to rise to over 3 trillion !!! its the usual labour b*ll*cks promising the world but relying on the hard working people to fund their tin pot fantasies to prop up the welfare state.
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    basil fawlty Replying Serious Coinage 12:34pm Tue 16 May 17
    Well, feel free to doff your cap to the rich whilst they get richer and the poor get poorer, but fortunately not everybody has been brainwashed by the Tory austerity b0llock5.
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    bantam burner Replying Serious Coinage 12:53pm Tue 16 May 17
    Labour was in power for 13 years 800 hundred million pounds. In debt. The conservatives 7 years in power 1.6 trillion in debt. And has before when Thatcher was in power. A crippled nhs schools social care no housing and poverty on the rise2

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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying bantam burner 1:06pm Tue 16 May 17
    In English please, and stop spreading blatant falsehoods.
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying The one and only Rarseclart 7:46pm Tue 16 May 17
    As I said before to one of you previous comments,go take a look at my post, Google the Government document and read the truth for yourself, its you that is spreading falsehoods, or should I say horseshit. By the way this is in English so you won't struggle to read it, but understand it ? now that's a different question.
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying bantam burner 7:41pm Tue 16 May 17
    Bantam burner, Spot on, and don't forget when the Conservatives came to power in 2010 they cancelled the building or replacing 715 schools, will someone please explain why we cancelled this which was to cost £10 billion, give employment, get the class sizes down because we have 'No money' did George Osbourne print £375 billion and give it to his banker friends. Figures show that 40% of the £375 billion went via stocks & shares to the richest 5% of people who on average pocketed £128,000 each. We know have a debt today of £1.73 billion, might be a good idea to take a look at the UK National debt clock and see in real time the rate of increase of the National debt, which is increasing by £250,000 every 3 minutes, I suppose the Conservative solution to this would be to take the batteries out, or blame the Labour party for not winding it up.
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying Serious Coinage 7:20pm Tue 16 May 17
    I think you will find they will try to fund it by taxation, the Conservatives on the other hand would squeeze the country with austerity 2 till the pips squeak. They are more intent on borrowing money so they can give their friends a tax break, £70 billion pounds has been promised over the next 3 years, that would be £70 billion we didn't have to borrow, which is more than we borrowed as a country this year (£52 billion) Why if we have no money are we giving it to the wealthiest people in the country, and like you say the hard working class will fund it, by the way of zero hours contracts, loss of tax credits, low wages caused by stagnation, having to pay for privatised health, removal of disability payments, bedroom tax.

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    1911 11:46am Tue 16 May 17
    Sir Keir stammer,Thinking "keep talking Corbyn,I am coming" Another Blairite,what a party.
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    1911 11:53am Tue 16 May 17
    Immigration question, Corbyn says nothing to his own voters who have lost the most ,due to Blairs policy. And failed to answer the question about numbers,just the same guff.

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    Serious Coinage Replying 1911 11:55am Tue 16 May 17
    He has stated he wants uncontrolled immigration so basically a free for all as usual. Another reason not to vote for the muppets attempting at playing class war politics
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    Bingo Betty 1 Replying Serious Coinage 12:10pm Tue 16 May 17
    Yes well it's alright for them from the Westminster bubble living in their 5 million pound houses ....out of touch and deluded .
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    basil fawlty Replying Serious Coinage 12:31pm Tue 16 May 17
    He said yesterday that he wants managed immigration, that's what most people want.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying basil fawlty 1:30pm Tue 16 May 17
    And what exactly does 'managed immigration' mean? Nothing. It's ambiguous and that's why he said it. Some people will buy it though, you seem to be one of them.

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    Cityman23 Replying Serious Coinage 5:22pm Tue 16 May 17
    Jeremy Corbyn never said this. He said only on last nights interview on 'Tonight' that free movement would end, after Brexit. He said, people would come to fill needs in employment. Theresa May gave commitment to cutting immigration to specific targets, which she NEVER met.
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    Spitfire MkIX Replying Cityman23 3:51am Wed 17 May 17
    Jeremy Corbyn is the only one to vote to save this country from the elite bloid line vampire like Torys.Is Harewood House having to give up its land for housing,i think not.Cityman 23 is on the ball!
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    Idlelord Replying 1911 12:30pm Tue 16 May 17
    Don't worry Diane is in charge of counting!
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying Idlelord 7:25pm Tue 16 May 17
    Maybe someone should buy her a calculator or maybe just an abacus to start with.
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    bantam burner Replying 1911 12:55pm Tue 16 May 17
    More immigration since the conservatives have been in power you seen the figures for the last 7 years 3 million+
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying bantam burner 1:03pm Tue 16 May 17
    Thanks to Blair. Just look at the hike that started when 'new Labour' came into office. A deliberate social engineering policy by that wretched government - and we are still paying the price for their arrogance and total disrespect shown to the indigenous UK population by them. The Tories haven't made much progress for sure in bringing figures down, but the die was cast by Blair - and Corncob will put him in the shade if he has his way when it comes to immigration. https://www.migrationwatchuk.org/statistics-net-migration-statistics

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    1911 Replying bantam burner 7:47pm Tue 16 May 17
    Blair policy,with a EU free movement policy ,are the cause. Let's get those numbers under control.
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    1911 11:58am Tue 16 May 17
    Corbyn,its like a communist party rally. Why Bradford,extremists come to us like a magnet. T&A ask a question about foster care cuts by this Council.

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    Goodnightjimbob 12:13pm Tue 16 May 17
    This is the 'man' that treated the IRA, whilst they were busy killing innocent adults and children, like heroes. With him and Blair, the Labour Party, that call themselves the party of the people, love their traitors, murderers and warmongers.
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    basil fawlty Replying Goodnightjimbob 12:30pm Tue 16 May 17
    You don't get peace by talking.

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    Minimoog Replying basil fawlty 2:48pm Tue 16 May 17
    This is true - which is why the IRA are still planting bombs in Manchester and Birmingham. Oh, wait...
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying Minimoog 3:09pm Tue 16 May 17
    You think they've gone away? You think it was OK to let mass murderers and dyed in the wool terrorists out of jail en masse? To see them elevated to respectable positions in society and in government as being OK as well? You think it's alright for the man who could be our next leader to class terrorists as his 'friends'? To attend regular meetings - as Corncob did - of the IRA? You'll be touting for tea and biscuits with ISIS next. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/may/14/police-severe-terror-threat-ira-northern-ireland-bomb-attacks
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    Minimoog Replying The one and only Rarseclart 4:25pm Tue 16 May 17
    The alternative is not to talk and to have endless war. The peace dividend in NI has provided an unprecedented increase in wealth amongst everyone on the island of Ireland. Ask them if they want to go back to the 1970s. And here's another fact - Thatcher called Mandela a Terrorist and then cosied up to the mass-murderer Pinochet. We're all hypocrites, are we not? I'm no fan of Corbyn but these character assassinations belong in the realm of 1930's Germany.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying Minimoog 7:25pm Tue 16 May 17
    Mandela was indeed a terrorist, an unrepentant terrorist at that. Even Amnesty International refused to take up his case. As for Ulster, of course nobody wants to go back to the dark days, but I'm sure every decent person was sickened to see the blood spattered Martin McGuinness and his murdering chum Gerry Adams in positions of power and influence, feted by the good and the great, after the 'troubles' were deemed to be over. Corncob however worked virtually hand in glove with them for ages...for seven years running, while the IRA "armed struggle" was at its height, he attended and spoke at official republican commemorations to honour dead IRA terrorists, IRA "prisoners of war" and the active "soldiers of the IRA." The official programme for a 1988 event, held one week after the IRA murdered three British servicemen in the Netherlands, states that "force of arms is the only method capable of bringing about a free and united Socialist Ireland." That's the Corncob he doesn't want you to know about - and that's exactly the Corncob we SHOULD know about.

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    mrs walker Replying The one and only Rarseclart 11:13pm Tue 16 May 17
    And Thatcher defended and befriended Pinochet. The man who had dissenting Chileans herded into the national stadium in Santiago and had them shot. The man who presided over a country brought to its knees by unfettered capitalism - a system that, thankfully, Thatcher couldn't unleash on Britain much to her chagrin. Or doesn't chumming up to a psychopathic despot count if you're a Tory?
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying mrs walker 2:03am Wed 17 May 17
    Thatcher is dead and buried, Corncob unfortunately is not. You forget - or maybe are not aware of - the great co-operation and assistance given to the UK by Chile during the Falklands war, something Thatcher never forgot (just research it a little) and also that while PM she had no personal dealings with Pinochet, first meeting him in 1994, years after she had left office. Maybe you just choose to ignore or acknowledge the truth, hoping that bluster will win the day? As for him being a man who 'presided over a country brought to its knees by unfettered capitalism' - I suggest you look at the facts as opposed to spouting schite. Under his rule inflation was reduced from 600 per cent to 6 per cent. Infant mortality rates cut from 66 per thousand to 13 per thousand. Urban access to drinking water up from 67 per cent to 98 per cent. Life expectations up from 64 to 73. Living standards more than doubled. So much for him being a 'man who presided over a country brought to its knees by unfettered capitalism.'

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    mrs walker Replying The one and only Rarseclart 10:51am Wed 17 May 17
    Facts? Here you go: By 1988 after more than 15 years of Pinochet's rule nearly 50% of Chileans lived below the poverty line and with two major recessions under its belt, most of the recovery and subsequent growth took place after Pinochet left office (under a centre-left government, as it happens). As for the state of the Chilean economy pre-coup, the fact that America had effectively embargoed Chile at that time had had a huge impact. After Allende was elected but before he took office, the CIA director Richard Helms met with President Richard Nixon and discussed the situation in Chile. Helms' notes from his September 15, 1970 meeting contain the indication: "Make the economy scream." A week later Ambassador Edward Korry reported telling outgoing Chilean president Eduardo Frei Montalva, through his Defense Minister, that "not a nut or bolt would be allowed to reach Chile under Allende." As a result a huge number of essential service vehicles - buses, taxis, trucks - ended up grounded through the lack of spare parts and tyres. Furthermore all aid to Chile ceased whereas for years Pinochet's government was propped up by America. Of course socialism didn't work in Chile. It wasn't allowed to. And the question begs to be asked - if socialism doesn't work, if it's so flawed, why has the world's biggest superpower found it necessary to step in and hasten its demise so often? Why not simply let it fail?

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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying basil fawlty 7:49pm Tue 16 May 17
    Did you mean 'You only get peace by talking' because that's we did in 1998 and got a peace deal.
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    Zak-lfc1 12:23pm Tue 16 May 17
    Politicians = fraud and corruption..
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    Idlelord 12:29pm Tue 16 May 17
    Next year Rodney we'll all be millionaires!
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    joesoap2 12:32pm Tue 16 May 17
    if corbin and his marxist cronies get in you can wave goodbye to brexit .
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    Flying Monkey Replying joesoap2 12:36pm Tue 16 May 17
    Utter nonsense from you as per usual. 🙉
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    Turncoat 12:46pm Tue 16 May 17
    I have to say credit where credit is due - superb coverage from all at the T&A and great to see Labour in Bradford ! Well done to all from one of your biggest critics T&A - I am eating humble pie for dinner tonight....
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying Turncoat 12:47pm Tue 16 May 17
    There's always one...
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    Gordonite 12:52pm Tue 16 May 17
    My voting currently undecided...however on the main points I've read or heard... Where do Labour suggest all the cash will come from for a potential nationalisation of the rail network and energy companies? How much does an energy company cost these days? Increasing the Corporation Tax rate? Could companies be forced to move abroad...Ireland seems a popular choice... Promise to pump billions into the NHS...I'd need to see on what basis this promise is made. In an ideal world yeah great stuff, in reality who will miss out, as this money must surely be diverted from elsewhere? It would appear that the main representatives of the Labour party shouldn't be let loose in the public domain as they seem to be fairly incompetent...
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    bantam burner Replying Gordonite 1:00pm Tue 16 May 17
    I think what you will see is companies offsetting there profits abroad will be tightened up. Off setting loses abroad against profits made on the UK will be tightened up. Companies making vast profits while paying workers 16 hrs pay and letting the taxpayer pay working tax credits to these employees. While these companies have there profits subsidised will be tightened up.
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    Gordonite Replying bantam burner 3:23pm Tue 16 May 17
    I'm not tax expert but I'm sure the multinational, multi-billion pound corporations will manage to find a loophole(s), and will save tax by any means possible. They will be hiring the best tax experts available unlike it seems the government..
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying Gordonite 7:58pm Tue 16 May 17
    Then lets just re write the Tax rules like this; Corporation tax is x% no discussion, you earn money in this country you pay tax or you don't trade here. Like Income tax the likes of me and you either pay 20% or 40% on what you earn above your allowances so why can't they.
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    Gordonite Replying WISE OLD WALTER 9:35am Wed 17 May 17
    I don't think its as easy as that, otherwise the Corporation Tax legislation would probably have already been drafted as you have suggested... So many legal issue's, I'm certainly not qualified to make basic assumptions / suggestions like yours...not trying to be smart just realistic...

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    Wishma Khan 1:00pm Tue 16 May 17
    Damnit ! its never going to get better I am so **** man how can they allow this bunch of of morons to dictate them goo.gl/VrKX3k
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    Baildon Bystander 1:27pm Tue 16 May 17
    As for your elephant in the room, what exactly will a Tory brexit look like? Good luck trying to get May to answer that question
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying Baildon Bystander 1:39pm Tue 16 May 17
    Nobody can answer that question at the moment - therefore your 'point' is meaningless.
    Score: 8
    lobster whisperer Replying Baildon Bystander 7:48pm Tue 16 May 17
    she's a puppet of the right of the nasty party - they'll reveal their hand once the "useful idiots" have voted her in
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    George Ambrose 1:45pm Tue 16 May 17
    Bus driver Mohammed Trotsky referring to the audience as "comrades"! You couldn't make this **** up!
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    bingley1991 2:21pm Tue 16 May 17
    Wonder why people aspire to earn good money! Let's not invest and grow the economy, lets take everything from those who can be bothered to work hard.
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    thorntonlad 2:25pm Tue 16 May 17
    Same old Labour,nothing new seen it all before.Nationalise every thing ,Spend money they don't have,then tax and borrow and then get the country into debt.
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    WISE OLD WALTER 2:53pm Tue 16 May 17
    Bit a coup for Bradford with Labour launching their Manifesto here, I see we already have a mountain of scathing comments from the 'Fake Truth' brigade.

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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying WISE OLD WALTER 3:03pm Tue 16 May 17
    Bit of an embarrassment more like.
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    Turncoat 3:35pm Tue 16 May 17
    You have to wonder how many Labour voters have been turned off by Hinchcliffes abysmal policies. But at the same time you must wonder why anyone earning less than a £100 k a year would vote Tory. They dont care about ordinary people in fact they dont know anything about how we live. Yet they used a grest trick of getting them onside voting for Brexit and are doing the same now. Corbyn is far more anti EU than May yet the Tories pretend otherwise. If you fall for this Tory BS the you are an idiot.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying Turncoat 3:51pm Tue 16 May 17
    And Labour will benefit who exactly? The spongers, the union despots, those looking to come into our country for a free ride, they'll tax anything and anybody who has ambition, drive and shows initiative. They'll throw untold billions at the NHS when everyone knows that it needs much more than money to solve its many and complex problems. They'll have an open door immigration policy inviting the dregs of the world to come and live off the backs of the UK workforce. They'll install a terrorist sympathiser as chancellor, a racist, toxic anti police bigot as home secretary, and at the top of the heap there is comrade Corbyn. A man who will run this country into the ground with the usual - and in this instance, far more leftist and ill thought out - Labour policies of higher taxation, lunatic borrowing and uncontrolled spending - especially when it comes to the public sector. Uncapped pay rises paid for by who? Unions dictating policy and running the show (the alcoholic McCluskey of 'Unite' already is if Liverpool is anything to go by). The state will collapse under the daft and dangerous policies this odious and talentless, agenda driven Marxist will impose - and who will pick up the pieces? Those evil Tories - who will have even more of a mess to clean up than they had back in 2010. A vote for Corbyn is a vote for disaster and economic ruin. If you think the country is divided now, just wait until he's had a year or two of running it.

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    yorkshirelass74 Replying Turncoat 4:19pm Tue 16 May 17
    You know that out of Jeremy C, Diane A and Theresa M, Theresa is the one with the most "normal" background, don't you? She was at least educated in state schools unlike the other two. It's such a shame when people dismiss others for their background without actually researching it.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying yorkshirelass74 4:29pm Tue 16 May 17
    And don't forget that fat, sweaty Abbott put her son into a private, fee paying school either. 'Guardian', 1st November 2003; "The leftwing Labour MP Diane Abbott has admitted that her decision to send her 12-year-old son to a private school is "indefensible". Ms Abbott, MP for Hackney North, who lives in Dalston, east London, has been widely condemned for entering James for the £10,000-a-year City of London school next year. She previously condemned Tony Blair, and allegedly Harriet Harman, the solicitor general, for not sending their children to traditional state schools." Hypocrisy doesn't come much bigger (bit like Abbott herself).

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    Apollo15 Replying yorkshirelass74 4:40pm Tue 16 May 17
    Corbyn has never worked a day in his life - not one.
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    JR2017 3:49pm Tue 16 May 17
    Comments have been disabled on two articles about 2 people who have both been doing stupid things behind the wheel. Maybe its because they not from a particular background or religion.
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    Enoch bowel Replying JR2017 3:55pm Tue 16 May 17
    MAYBE its because scum like you run wild on their dole day with their cheap booze and abuse anything with a different colour than yourself. chav.

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    dellorri 4:02pm Tue 16 May 17
    Let's compare the parties "promises" shall we? TORIES: 1: Bring back fox hunting. a: Lots of T&A readers ride to hounds? 2: Give a years unpaid leave to employees. a: How many of you can afford a year off with NO income? 3: Bring back grammar schools. a: Free schools, academies. comprehensives... a: Who's paying for the extra schools? 4: Brexit with deal or no deal. a: Do any of you have any idea of Theresa May's strategy for Brexit deal? No? Neither does anyone else..... So on to Labour...... 1: invest in the NHS.... a: You DON'T want them to invest in the NHS? 2: Build housing at least half of which will be social housing. a: YOU DON'T want to see the homeless situation dealt with? 3: refrain from selling arms to countries with human rights issues (e.g. Saudi)... a: You're happy they sell arms to Saudi, to bomb civilians in YEMEN which creates more refugees from there, who have fled to Yemen from Syria/Iraq etc. Thus creating MORE refugees? 4: Only 5% will pay more income tax, I.E. those on over £80,000 a: Exactly how many workers in Bradford earn £80k and above? Oh and by the way, the TORIES say earning £80k IS NOT a rich income. Tell that to part-time zero hours contract workers, struggling to get by on £8-10k a year. Those are just a few of the promises made by both parties, which ones do you think make more sense to YOU and YOUR family?
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying dellorri 4:12pm Tue 16 May 17
    Promises are cheap. The cost of them isn't. Delivering on them isn't. Reality is far more fairer on everyone than offering pipe dreams that are not costed and will stagnate the economy, cripple small business and have a serious impact on those with aspiration. I hear Corncob's offering a genuine live, pink unicorn to all little girls under the age of 10, and a fire engine with loud bells and flashing lights to the boys...about as believable as some of the utter schite he's now peddling in his effort to deceive the witless out there, the wasters, the want something for nothing brigade... Naive as feck if you think Corncob can - and will - deliver on his promises. His 'manifesto' is a lie, a cruel, deceptive, bankrupt and cynical lie. His most senior 'campaign manager' an ex-communist (left last year to join Labour) who has openly praised Stalin and North Korea. (He's also a 'Unite' union bigwig, second only to the drunkard McCluskey)

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    Don't like it up 'em Replying dellorri 4:20pm Tue 16 May 17
    I promise you that Labour will be taking the walk of shame home the morning after the election.
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    WISE OLD WALTER Replying dellorri 9:44pm Tue 16 May 17
    Dellorri, spot on,The Labour manifesto is the only one passed fit for purpose by the O.B.R. Vote for the CONservatives and get 'Brexit Ultimate ' ( the hard as nails for the poor, gold plated for the richest 5%) version, the CONservative 'fake truth, and FEAR machine' will see to that, its a similar version to the Brexit 'FEAR' machine', which spewed out so many lies we lost count. It would interesting to see whether during the Brexit talks she will allow them to ask questions, because she won't debate with Corbyn (CND and Peace activist) how is she going to cope with 27 angry, foaming at the mouth Europeans, who want our guts for garters. Do you remember the the Brexit vote and all the lies that were told, well prepare for 'Truthgate' when it happens all over again, and with the help of the 'FEAR' machine, the newspapers and the reporting media in general ,the turkeys will vote for Christmas, and then find what's on offer is 'Austerity' 'The Ultimate Version' Zero hours contracts will become an industry standard of employment, a bit like in the 1929-1932 depression, when men lined up and a few were lucky and got work for that day, only this time it won't be face to face it will be by text. Statistics from the 30's depression tracked four economic indicators, 1) Production down 23%, 2) Wholesale prices down 33%, 3) Foreign Trade down 60% ( bit like leaving the EU with no deal, you see the similarity yet) and 4) Unemployment up 129%.

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    1911 Replying dellorri 9:56pm Tue 16 May 17
    And tell us o great one. Where the hell does he hope to fund this manifesto?
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    mrs walker Replying 1911 10:51pm Tue 16 May 17
    Here you go: Almost half of the investment programme will be funded by reversing the Tory cuts to corporation tax paid by the biggest firms. Bringing the rate back up to 26% will raise £19.4bn a year. Anyone earning more than £80,000-a-year will see their income tax rate hikes from 40p to 45p in the pound and anyone earning more than £123,000 per annum will pay a new 50p rate of tax. Nobody earning less than £80k (which accounts for 95% of earners) will pay any more tax. This will raise £6.4bn. Labour has explicitly ruled out raising VAT or National Insurance. A new "excessive pay levy" would be charged to firms with employees on more than £330,000 a year which they claim will raise £1.3bn £6.5bn will be raised from a clampdown on tax avoidance, and £5.6bn by extending stamp duty taxes to some City transactions. Rolling back corporate tax reliefs will raise another £3.8bn and reversing Tory cuts to capital gains tax, inheritance tax and the married couples allowance will raise £3.7bn Scrapping the VAT exemption on private school fees will raise a further £1.6bn. Seems fair enough to me. About time that the people who scrape wealth out of our country and hide it in a tax haven actually put something back. We're propping up their workforce with our benefits system.
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    John Taylor Replying mrs walker 11:06pm Tue 16 May 17
    No, it's about time the lazy and feckless Labour votes stopped buying their burgers and kebabs from their benefits to get more obese than they already are and went out to do an honest day's job. Labour voters are leeches, who just want to live off other people's taxes.
    Score: 1
    mrs walker Replying John Taylor 12:03am Wed 17 May 17
    Oh dear, you really have fallen for the strivers and skivers myth. The benefits bill for people in low income work is more than the total spent on JSA. Even the Daily Mail had to concede that the biggest benefit fraudsters were the huge companies (including nearly all the 'Big Four' supermarkets) whose staff wages are subsidised by the taxpayer - in some cases we pay out more than we receive from them in taxes. And that can't be right! Virtually all the Labour voters I know work and pay tax - in some cases, the higher rate of tax. The unemployed are the group least likely to vote at all if you look at the stats. PS I really liked you in Duran Duran. You were my favourite.
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    yorkshirelass74 Replying mrs walker 10:39am Wed 17 May 17
    He hasn't aged as well as Simon or Roger though...
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    1911 Replying mrs walker 12:12am Wed 17 May 17
    And bankrupt the Country with a 250 billion debt and tax burden the youth will have to pay for well in to their old age. 1970s Britain of strikes and the un buried.hence the need for Maggie. The Labour Party is dead,I get no pleasure in a weak opposition it's bad for this country,its bad for democracy.
    Score: 1
    The one and only Rarseclart Replying 1911 2:01am Wed 17 May 17
    Not even Corncob knows how he's going to fund his manifesto - but then Labour never do. They rely on the usual idiots to be taken in and vote for it, without ever thinking about where the money will realistically be coming from, or what the overall impact of such lunacy will have on even them in the future. Labour are past masters at borrowing and spending money they haven't got, experts in promising the gullible a new Ferrari if they vote for them...nothing will ever change their 'philosophy', but Corncob has taken it to a new level.
    Score: 1
    bunnyson 4:05pm Tue 16 May 17
    If this lot get in, would the last one out of the country turn out the lights please. Oh! sorry they will already be out.
    Score: 7
    Goodnightjimbob 4:35pm Tue 16 May 17
    The irony of him showing his face here, where labours free for all immigration policy (before anyone gets on their high horse, note I said free for all, not immigration per se) has ruined parts of the city, made life awful for some people, and taken our schools, medical services and all other infrastructure close to breaking point. And still the blind cheer. Party of the people? Wake up!
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    Goodnightjimbob 4:37pm Tue 16 May 17
    Labour could promise free daily caviar and a unicorn for all, they know they can promise whatever they want, they'll not be in a position to have to deliver.
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    NoToRacism 4:45pm Tue 16 May 17
    Maybe Corbyn could also include rooting out the racists and anti-semites in his party such as Naz Shah in the manifesto?
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying NoToRacism 5:07pm Tue 16 May 17
    Some hope, the loathsome 'Baroness' Chakrabarti whitewashed that whole sorry affair away with her 'report' (guffaw) on anti-semitism in Corncob's party - and now she's in the shadow cabinet as well. Not that she'll ever see power.
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    Eno_Live 5:14pm Tue 16 May 17
    Well what can one say about the Labour Manifesto other than it's nothing more than a financial black hole that is planning on building a skyscraper without any foundations and over a sink hole to boot. But not only that it also U-turns on several aspects that Labour themselves brought about in the first place. One that stands out like a sore thumb is Tuition Fees which they instigated in 1998. Ho Yes people are very quick to shout about other party's about Tuition Fees, yet fail to remember that it was Labour that brought them in in the first place. But hold up wasn't that a Lib Dem policy of old to scrap Tuition fees, and what about scrapping hospital parking fees, isn't that a UKIP policy. Nationalising water a Green policy of old, in fact most of their environmental policies are from the Greens. The list just keeps on growing does it not.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying Eno_Live 7:14pm Tue 16 May 17
    In a similar vein, and uncovering more about the sorry, desperate Labour party, Tony Blair promised to scrap zero hour contracts back in 1995 - and as recently as 2015, 20 years after his pledge, 68 Labour MP's were employing zero hours contract staff. The first mass use of food banks in the modern era was under the last Labour government, and one reason food bank use was lower under that government was because Labour refused to allow Job Centres to refer benefit claimants to them. Talk about manipulation!

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    mrs walker Replying The one and only Rarseclart 10:17pm Tue 16 May 17
    "Prior to the introduction of the Working Time Regulations 1998 and the National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999 zero-hour contracts were sometimes used to "clock-off" staff during quiet periods while retaining them on site so they could be returned to paid work should the need arise. The National Minimum Wage Regulations now require that employers pay the national minimum wage for the time workers are required to be at the workplace even if there is no "work" to do". You must agree that was an improvement.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying mrs walker 1:55am Wed 17 May 17
    A huge improvement...that's sarcasm, that is.
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    mrs walker Replying The one and only Rarseclart 11:03am Wed 17 May 17
    If you had to sit on your bum at the burger place, expected to be present, unable to leave the premises but not being paid because there were no customers to serve I think you would probably have appreciated that this was a huge improvement. Also Labour brought in the minimum wage in the first place.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying mrs walker 1:11pm Wed 17 May 17
    Oooh! Labour brought in the minimum wage! They also brought in tuition fees...
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    Goodnightjimbob Replying The one and only Rarseclart 11:33am Wed 17 May 17
    Labour also contracted Atos.
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    Cityman23 5:17pm Tue 16 May 17
    The NHS, social services, state education and police in desperate financial difficulties, whilst the wealthy have been given tax cuts year on year. Austerity inflicted on the many whilst the few get off free. Low pay and zero hours dominate for the majority whilst the fat cats see their fortunes boom as the Sunday Times Rich List testifies. Time for government for the many NOT the few. Even the disabled made to suffer. Time to end seven unhappy years. Kick out the Tories!
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    Phil macrackin Replying Cityman23 8:32pm Tue 16 May 17
    Same old left wing dogma
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    Cityman23 Replying Phil macrackin 10:58pm Tue 16 May 17
    You don't seem to understand the meaning of the word dogma! I have listed facts not dogma. Facts can be backed by evidence, as all these facts can be. But, maybe you're a fat cat yourself and want the whole shenanigans to continue, just like all the other Tories on here desperate for the shafting of the majority to continue!
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    George's Michael 6:00pm Tue 16 May 17
    "The one and only Rarseclart": A frequent banned user who keeps registering under various usernames on all News Quest publications (including the T&A). The vile far-right savage isn't even from Bradford, yet speaks as some sort of authority figure for the area. He's a rabid apologist for Israeli war crimes. That's how low the savage is.
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    Apollo15 Replying George's Michael 6:36pm Tue 16 May 17
    Yes but all we white folk are vile, far right, savages to you so no matter what we say of where it is wrong. According to your warped world view anyway.
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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying George's Michael 7:15pm Tue 16 May 17
    Someone flush the bog. It's blocked with effluent.
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    mrs walker Replying George's Michael 10:37pm Tue 16 May 17
    It's ok, he/she will have deleted most of their posts by midnight if their previous habits are anything to go by. A lot like a dog cocking its leg against your garden fence: makes an annoying mess at the time but a few hours later it's as though it was never there at all.
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    [deleted] Replying George's Michael 10:38pm Tue 16 May 17
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    Keep me up to date Replying George's Michael 11:21pm Tue 16 May 17
    and you willy have never been banned of course? you yourself are a far right community (or are you just a useful luvvie) savage. i bet you still wipe your @rse with your left hand and cold water (water (especially not cold out of a dirty jug) doesnt remove oil? yuk). and you are a rabid apologist for terrorism and vile far right nut cases hiding behind school children. That is how low the savage is. Corbyn is too stupid to realise he is being used by the "community" and as soon as "they" get their numbers up the far right we have now will seem like fluffy little **** cats compared to how far right the community members will turn. Useless idiots. .
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    crocs 6:10pm Tue 16 May 17
    Ukippers probably can't see the chance to get our country back with Jeremy Corbyn ....
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    1911 Replying crocs 10:02pm Tue 16 May 17
    A vile man,with vile"friends" And you wonder why he's the most hated leader Labour have ever had.
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    lobster whisperer 7:16pm Tue 16 May 17
    The nasty party are bleeding Bradford dry, anyone in the city who votes for them is a traitor.
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    theoutsider 7:30pm Tue 16 May 17
    So come on who let the Mugwumps in ?
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    Poodle power 9:18pm Tue 16 May 17
    As a child he lived in a 7-bedroomed house, went to private school and to grammar school. His right hand woman (Diane Abbot) sends her son to private school as does Baroness Shami Chatrabarti. They don't practice what they preach but feel free to preach to the rest of us. Typical.

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    1911 Replying Poodle power 10:08pm Tue 16 May 17
    Well done. Corbyn came from a privilege background,never worked in a proper job,worked for a union,and then a MP,just like ,Benn,Foot,Atlee, Blair etc. Labour for working people,led by People who don't know what a real job is,or how real workers live.

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    The one and only Rarseclart Replying 1911 1:53am Wed 17 May 17
    Interesting you mention Benn, Foot, Atlee and Blair as coming from privileged backgrounds. They - just like Corbyn - were all educated privately at fee paying schools, all products of the public school system. Benn was even a hereditary peer - now that's what you really call champagne socialism!
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    BRADFORDS OWN 10:12pm Tue 16 May 17
    You will never find a bigger bully than a socialist in power. Who could trust Labour with the Countries finances again? Corbyn and Abbot, give it a rest.
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    John Taylor 11:03pm Tue 16 May 17
    Labour has got no chance. It's only represents the work-shy, the ill-educated and the feckless no hopers of this world. All these people want is benefit and tax credit handouts so they can scrounge off other people's hard work. Case in point is Bradford West, which has had enough of Naz Shah, who has produced nadda for the constituency despite lining her pockets with her whopping fat-cat MPs salary and her perks, and the electorate will boot her out. "she called her mum “a wild, bossy woman”" (T&A article this month) - the comments from her daughter recently say it all about the repugnant Naz Shah. Naz Shah is a vile anti-Semite, as was exposed not to so long ago when she was booted out of the Labour Party after front page headlines and it caused Bradford's name to, once again, be sullied. Each and every person in Bradford paid the price, with the city's name being dragged into the gutter yet again by Naz Shah. She and her family have got a fair few skeletons in their closets. I just came across the following fact-filled web site about Naz Shah which says it all: https://bradfordwest.wordpress.com/ Pls like and share the link to the factfile. We don't want this parasite to be the MP of our constituency.
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    mike claw Replying John Taylor 9:09am Wed 17 May 17
    The strong and stable maggots, have you well brainwashed. What a mug. Chuckles....

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    LionOfBradford 11:06pm Tue 16 May 17
    I would have thought he would address the unfair laws they have to deny ppl having a family life because now you have to earn at least 18600 to apply for a spouse to come and live in the UK. It is affected many young men and seen them costing the government millions because of the mental disturbance and distress. Same anti-family laws exist when elderly couples are put into care where they separate them even when they can find a home for the both of them. The elites seem to have some sort of disdain for families cos they never address them issues.
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