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Post  wanderer on 2020-04-15, 7:36 am

Listening to Keir Starmer speaking, saying how we support the government, but . As opposed to the Corbyn style of we will fight you all the way.
I voted tory in the GE purely because I thought Boris the one to get us out of the EU. At the next GE if I'm still here who knows what my actions will be. But keep on with this attitude Mr Starmer and you will turn Labour around.
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Post  canary-dave on 2020-04-15, 8:30 am

wanderer wrote:Listening to Keir Starmer speaking, saying how we support the government, but . As opposed to the Corbyn style of we will fight you all the way.
I voted tory in the GE purely because I thought Boris the one to get us out of the EU. At the next GE if I'm still here who knows what my actions will be. But keep on with this attitude Mr Starmer and you will turn Labour around.

I fail to see how you found ten years of Tory austerity preferable to taking care of the poor, sick and disabled by Corbyn's social reform!

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Post  wanderer on 2020-04-15, 9:35 am

canary-dave wrote:
wanderer wrote:Listening to Keir Starmer speaking, saying how we support the government, but . As opposed to the Corbyn style of we will fight you all the way.
I voted tory in the GE purely because I thought Boris the one to get us out of the EU. At the next GE if I'm still here who knows what my actions will be. But keep on with this attitude Mr Starmer and you will turn Labour around.

I fail to see how you found ten years of Tory austerity preferable to taking care of the poor, sick and disabled by Corbyn's social reform!

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Dave, read again what I posted. I said I voted Tory in the last GE. I did not say I have previously voted that way. In fact never before.
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Post  oldblackcat on 2020-04-15, 9:47 am

wanderer wrote:Listening to Keir Starmer speaking, saying how we support the government, but . As opposed to the Corbyn style of we will fight you all the way.
I voted tory in the GE purely because I thought Boris the one to get us out of the EU. At the next GE if I'm still here who knows what my actions will be. But keep on with this attitude Mr Starmer and you will turn Labour around.
I wanted out of the EU also....but never voted for Boris Mad ...I would rather have had a better health service

Btw when we come out of this crisis we will see Tor-sterity at it's finest

My word (Tor-sterity)….where everyone but the rich will suffer with huge taxes and cutbacks to get the country back on it's feet
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Post  canary-dave on 2020-04-15, 9:55 am

wanderer wrote:
canary-dave wrote:
wanderer wrote:Listening to Keir Starmer speaking, saying how we support the government, but . As opposed to the Corbyn style of we will fight you all the way.
I voted tory in the GE purely because I thought Boris the one to get us out of the EU. At the next GE if I'm still here who knows what my actions will be. But keep on with this attitude Mr Starmer and you will turn Labour around.

I fail to see how you found ten years of Tory austerity preferable to taking care of the poor, sick and disabled by Corbyn's social reform!

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Dave, read again what I posted. I said I voted Tory in the last GE. I did not say I have previously voted that way. In fact never before.

I was talking about the ONE time you voted Tory, you placed Brexit as more important than helping the poor, sick and disabled and the probable loss of the NHS! Shame on you  like

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Post  wanderer on 2020-04-15, 10:06 am

canary-dave wrote:
wanderer wrote:
canary-dave wrote:
wanderer wrote:Listening to Keir Starmer speaking, saying how we support the government, but . As opposed to the Corbyn style of we will fight you all the way.
I voted tory in the GE purely because I thought Boris the one to get us out of the EU. At the next GE if I'm still here who knows what my actions will be. But keep on with this attitude Mr Starmer and you will turn Labour around.

I fail to see how you found ten years of Tory austerity preferable to taking care of the poor, sick and disabled by Corbyn's social reform!

Just my honest opinion  like
Dave, read again what I posted. I said I voted Tory in the last GE. I did not say I have previously voted that way. In fact never before.

I was talking about the ONE time you voted Tory, you placed Brexit as more important than helping the poor, sick and disabled and the probable loss of the NHS! Shame on you  like
One last try, then I give up. I want us out of the EU because I believe that by us being free from it will help the poor sick and disabled. Whether I am right or wrong we will hopefully find out in time.
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Post  canary-dave on 2020-04-15, 10:18 am

I have never made it a secret that I voted leave but I would NEVER have voted Tory just for that. 

See where we find ourselves two or three years down the line. 

Sadly won't matter for me  Sad

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