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Mandleson Claims Nulabour Achieved 80% Of Aims

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introducing a social agenda to politics - let's not forget how insensitive the tories had become, they needed an extended period in opposition to rediscover the real world, frankly, and early new labour efforts showed them where it is at for the poorest 80% of the population

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introducing a social agenda to politics - let's not forget how insensitive the tories had become, they needed an extended period in opposition to rediscover the real world, frankly, and early new labour efforts showed them where it is at for the poorest 80% of the population

WHo really gives a toss how insensitive the tories had become. In the mid 90s a shop assistant could buy a 1 bed flat in the south east for 40k without tax credits or anything else.

As the old adage goes - When the Tories are in power you feel like they couldn't care less about you but when Labour are in power you feel like they're out to get you personally.

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If their aim was to completely ****** up this country, then they've probably undershot their estimations.

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Mandelslime.

What a singularly odiuos individual.

It really is pathetic that we pay our TV licence fee to watch scum such as he promoting a codged together book, freakin unreal.

Andrew Marr is such an inept interviewer, he was totally trashed by Mandelslime this morning,.

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They've managed to leave Cameron with a huge steaming pile of s*** to clear up whilst dodging most of the blame themselves.

If they'd managed to avoid being exposed as utterly mentally defective to the few that care it'd be 100% success.

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WHo really gives a toss how insensitive the tories had become. In the mid 90s a shop assistant could buy a 1 bed flat in the south east for 40k without tax credits or anything else.

As the old adage goes - When the Tories are in power you feel like they couldn't care less about you but when Labour are in power you feel like they're out to get you personally.

indeed

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Reminds me of Deng Xiaoping once declaring that Chairman Mao was 70% right despite up to 43 million Chinese starving to death in Mao's 'Great Leap Forward'.

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introducing a social agenda to politics - let's not forget how insensitive the tories had become, they needed an extended period in opposition to rediscover the real world, frankly, and early new labour efforts showed them where it is at for the poorest 80% of the population

It's great to be euphemistic about everything, isn't it? We are now enlightened so that we can chunter on to our hearts content with deceitful drivel and ignore anything that remotely matters

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Was the aim to create a bankrupt multi racial hell-hole ?

In many ways yes..............Liebour above all set out to undermine any opposition to their rule so they could ensure their own continuation as the ruling power with all the benefits this brought them personally, as well as allowing them to put all their self-hating 60's student style Marxian theories into action. Open borders was but one clear tactic among many in this strategy. I am not sure the bankrupt bit was exactly a plan; those on the left have always had trouble adding up and are naturally grasping when it is their own privileges at stake.

The last 13 years of Zanu rule were marked by both gross incompetence and a deliberate trashing of the country; the only debate is the exact mix.

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