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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-10-20, 3:22 pm

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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-10-20, 8:07 pm

I read the Frenchman who has married his mother (apparently he used to go clubbing with Rooney)... wants loads money off us cos the EU is going bust
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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-10-20, 8:54 pm

Maybe the EU is more comfortable with the integration of immigrants than the UK older folk are are.  One thing for sure, the Tories cannot turn the clock back to the '50s, or apparently handle the modern world.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-10-20, 9:03 pm

Nostalgic wrote:Maybe the EU is more comfortable with the integration of immigrants than the UK older folk are are.  One thing for sure, the Tories cannot turn the clock back to the '50s, or apparently handle the modern world.

I voted  leave... voted  join in the 70s. The EU has changed it used to be about trade now about federal state of Europe ruled by Germany.

I had to spend a week in hospital at the beginning of the year.. . Lots of Europeans helped to make me well. Nothing wrong with regulated immigration.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-10-20, 9:24 pm

sunderpitt wrote:
Nostalgic wrote:Maybe the EU is more comfortable with the integration of immigrants than the UK older folk are are.  One thing for sure, the Tories cannot turn the clock back to the '50s, or apparently handle the modern world.

I voted  leave... voted  join in the 70s. The EU has changed it used to be about trade now about federal state of Europe ruled by Germany.

I had to spend a week in hospital at the beginning of the year.. . Lots of Europeans helped to make me well. Nothing wrong with regulated immigration.
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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-10-20, 10:21 pm

sunderpitt wrote:
Nostalgic wrote:Maybe the EU is more comfortable with the integration of immigrants than the UK older folk are are.  One thing for sure, the Tories cannot turn the clock back to the '50s, or apparently handle the modern world.

I voted  leave... voted  join in the 70s. The EU has changed it used to be about trade now about federal state of Europe ruled by Germany.

I had to spend a week in hospital at the beginning of the year.. . Lots of Europeans helped to make me well. Nothing wrong with regulated immigration.
One of the underlying reasons the First World War occurred was the British/French agreement was that they would be the military power and Germany the economic power.  Kaiser Bill wanted some overseas territories in return but got a no deal from the bigger guys.

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Post  cretanmakem on 2017-10-21, 8:11 am

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Nostalgic wrote:Maybe the EU is more comfortable with the integration of immigrants than the UK older folk are are.  One thing for sure, the Tories cannot turn the clock back to the '50s, or apparently handle the modern world.

I voted  leave... voted  join in the 70s. The EU has changed it used to be about trade now about federal state of Europe ruled by Germany.

I had to spend a week in hospital at the beginning of the year.. . Lots of Europeans helped to make me well. Nothing wrong with regulated immigration.
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Post  Silvers on 2017-10-21, 10:48 am

The tv pics of the illegal immigrants trying to enter uk via Dover and Calais had the desired effect.
Scared the uk public to vote leave.

Now we dont see such reporting.
Out of mind again.

Manipulated I think is the word.

Corbyn is an excellent opposition leader. Good at protesting. That is his forte.

I suggest to you though that he is not PM material.
By the time of the next general election Brexit will have happened.
May will be ousted.
The country will be ready for a change.
Corbyn will retire to continue protesting against the new Labour govt from the back benches.
His forte.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-10-21, 10:56 am

Silvers wrote:The tv pics of the illegal immigrants trying to enter uk via Dover and Calais had the desired effect.
Scared the uk public to vote leave.

Now we dont see such reporting.
Out of mind again.

Manipulated I think is the word.

Corbyn is an excellent opposition leader. Good at protesting. That is his forte.

I suggest to you though that he is not PM material.
By the time of the next general election Brexit will have happened.
May will be ousted.
The country will be ready for a change.
Corbyn will retire to continue protesting against the new Labour govt from the back benches.
His forte.
I voted leave and still think it was the right choice and it had nothing to do with Immigration.

Corbyn is not typical PM material and that for me is his appeal sick and tired of the old way and failed policies that do little for me.

But all of that is secondary for me, the contempt that the present government have for people around me is the worst I can remember and I simply cant envisage any government doing worse.

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Post  Silvers on 2017-10-21, 11:53 am

they have definitely lost the plot....

I fear we are at a very low ebb in this country..

Totally devoid of leadership and totally devoid of competency all round...
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-10-21, 1:11 pm

Silvers wrote:they have definitely lost the plot....

I fear we are at a very low ebb in this country..

Totally devoid of leadership and totally devoid of competency all round...
And many share your view point Silvers and I accept that but I don't share it.

I'm not that sure that the tories have lost the plot because their plot is IMO and always has been to look after their own first and anyone who watched the Tory conference and the delegates who attended got a very clear picture of the typical tory.

Of course the same could be said about the delegates at the Labour conference and its down to group we identify with the most.

I was a typical Tory, welfare, the sick and the poor did not concern me greatly, I had BUPA a nice company car big salary and a full belly.

My first experience of the welfare state came with my dad and his failing health, it made me think. I lost everything but that was fine, I adjusted my expectations adapted and found work, in the words of my first wife I was a doer. It became clear however that not everyone was like that, many needed help and support.
My mother then became a dementia sufferer and received help but at a cost.

I fell out with politics because I struggled to find people in politics who cared for the people around me and add in my now almost daily need for help through the health service and today's problems for many became close and personal.

We receive excellent health care but it comes from health workers at breaking point, the single mother staff nurse who told me how sometimes she needs food banks to get through the month. The consultant we saw last Wednesday, Annettes appointment was for 15.55 she saw the consultant at 17.30, he was very tired and apologise for the wait, he had more patients than he had time.
In Corbyn I don't see a protester I see a leader who has grown into the role since being elected, I like him, I trust him and I will vote for him strongly believing he will win.

Just my opinion but I live in hope that the majority  share that opinion come election day.

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Post  Silvers on 2017-10-21, 1:30 pm

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-10-21, 5:29 pm

As newly elected Secretary of Berwick CLP, I have been to a meeting this afternoon to begin planning the next Labour Party campaigns for local and general elections in Northumberland. I decided to stand because I could not sit back and leave it up to other people any longer. If I am not prepared to do the graft why should I expect anyone else to?

The power of ordinary people should never be taken for granted but sadly it has been during the last 30 years of Tory and New Labour governments. But now so many people have been energised and galvanised, both by Corbyn and the most socialist manifesto since 1945, and the terrible inequaity and suffering of millions of people, under the ideological policies of a cruel and heartless Tory government.

As the great Sam Cooke said "A Change is Gonna Come"and it is people like me, and you, that will make it happen.

If anyone wants to help, feel free to PM me.
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