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Green Party bod kicking off, seems piffed, but probably won't answer how the deficit will be dealt with. Oh look she didn't.

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"The deficit wasn't left behind by Labour". Did she just say that?

That's nothing. Last week Tessa Jowell said Labour left the economy in good shape.

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"The deficit wasn't left behind by Labour". Did she just say that?

New labour line is Tories didn't say anything until lehmans crashed

As discussed here ... You can't tell people the emperor has no clothes on until people are ready to listen

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First time in the history of the universe i've agreed with Toynbee

It's a ******ing scandal that wealthy pensioners still get fuel allowances and free bus passes.

I didn't hear her suggesting theY should means test it

Edited by SarahBell

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Lying ex Labour minister, blaming it on "world banking crisis."

Oops Dimbers programming has gone wrong. He's challenging the Labour drone.

Edited by Sir John Steed

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I think it is important to realise that the labour party have lost middle england - the labour schills seem to be the core vote, and make themselves look worse for being so vocal on QT, under the election reform scheme this cannot give labour a majority

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YOU'RE DAMAGING THE CH-CH-CHILLLDREEEEN

Says the cockatiel headed NuLab plant.

Eff. Off.

This is just a last gasp from the lefties. The BBC needs to be broken up, pronto.

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Well done Hammond for pointing out that Labour were borrowing £38 billion per year before the crisis hit. He even got a round of applause for it!

A point that should be hammered. The last budget surplus was 2002.

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Says the cockatiel headed NuLab plant.

Eff. Off.

This is just a last gasp from the lefties. The BBC needs to be broken up, pronto.

The more they carry on with the impartiality charade whilst obviously favouring and promoting the left the less the public in the political centre will rally to their defence when they need it.

The majority of people in the country, rightly or wrongly, did vote conservatice in the election. I really don't know how the BBC thinks they're doing themselves any favours by, effectively, constantly rubbishing this actual majority of people.

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The more they carry on with the impartiality charade whilst obviously favouring and promoting the left the less the public in the political centre will rally to their defence when they need it.

The majority of people in the country, rightly or wrongly, did vote conservatice in the election. I really don't know how the BBC thinks they're doing themselves any favours by, effectively, constantly rubbishing this actual majority of people.

is this simply a self-destruction of the left, similarly to the way they did it in 1979 onwards, and also, mirror image, the tories did it from 1997 onwards?

dirty washing and all that.

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Well done Hammond for pointing out that Labour were borrowing £38 billion per year before the crisis hit. He even got a round of applause for it!

Yep, one of the 26 members of the Cabinet and one of the 18 millionaires.

Comforting to know that we are all in this together.

In the last 10 years the private sector created a million new jobs. Where will the new jobs come from?

Middleborough. How many decision makers in London could place it on a map? That is why it is doomed like so many other cities because we have concentrated too much in London.

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A point that should be hammered. The last budget surplus was 2002.

Despite 15 odd years of economic growth. If you know you are going to maintain spending during a downturn, you need to pay down debt during the good times........It is not frickin' rocket science. Though such logic was beyond Gordon.

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Middleborough. How many decision makers in London could place it on a map? That is why it is doomed like so many other cities because we have concentrated too much in London.

you have a point - the regions are insufficiently connected, and need a TGV line building ASAP, even then sounds like Middlesborough would be off the map, Manchester Birmingham and Leeds could become regional growth centres hanging off London

interestingly, there is a cross-party-lines pressure-group of senior MPs (Prescott, Heseltine, Adonis) on the need to connect up the regions via high speed rail; I suspect and hope this will happen irrespective of which party is in charge

edit: what's in it for the South-East? - effectively increasing the housing and office availability

Edited by Si1

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Yep, one of the 26 members of the Cabinet and one of the 18 millionaires.

Comforting to know that we are all in this together.

In the last 10 years the private sector created a million new jobs. Where will the new jobs come from?

Middleborough. How many decision makers in London could place it on a map? That is why it is doomed like so many other cities because we have concentrated too much in London.

In the last ten years we had a labour govt.

How stupid are you!

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