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100 Business Chiefs: Labour Threatens Britain's Recovery

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Surely if these business chiefs (crony capitalists and hedge fund managers) are saying it'll be bad for them then clearly a Labour victory of sorts will be far more advantageous to the rest of us.

100 business chiefs: Labour threatens Britain's recovery In a letter to The Telegraph, senior executives from companies employing more than half-a-million people hail Conservative economic policies which they say show that “the UK is open for business”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/11507586/General-Election-2015-Labour-threatens-Britains-recovery-say-100-business-chiefs.html

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IMO the arrogant rich(sorry 'wealth creators') trying to frighten us into voting Tory belongs in the pre - internet, know your place age. Probably feudal times, actually.

Seriously, Stuart Rose? Bannatyne??

I'll be voting SNP you shower of C****s

:lol:

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IMO the arrogant rich(sorry 'wealth creators') trying to frighten us into voting Tory belongs in the pre - internet, know your place age. Probably feudal times, actually.

Seriously, Stuart Rose? Bannatyne??

I'll be voting SNP you shower of C****s

:lol:

As an Englishman that is what i like to hear.

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No. You're forgetting about the "trickle down effect".

I would have remembered if it actually happened.

These wealth creators ought to realise that unless us plebs have money they will have to f off elsewhere to be gifted a living.

And i do hate Labour i just hate them less than the Tory party at the moment.

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Surely if these business chiefs (crony capitalists and hedge fund managers) are saying it'll be bad for them then clearly a Labour victory of sorts will be far more advantageous to the rest of us.

100 business chiefs: Labour threatens Britain's recovery In a letter to The Telegraph, senior executives from companies employing more than half-a-million people hail Conservative economic policies which they say show that “the UK is open for business”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/11507586/General-Election-2015-Labour-threatens-Britains-recovery-say-100-business-chiefs.html

Considering the recovery seems to be based on HPI you're probably right.

Either that or this is headline is a good April fools joke.

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IMO the arrogant rich(sorry 'wealth creators') trying to frighten us into voting Tory belongs in the pre - internet, know your place age. Probably feudal times, actually.

Seriously, Stuart Rose? Bannatyne??

I'll be voting SNP you shower of C****s

:lol:

Bannatyne? I thought he was New Labour? But since his current wealth is so tied up in property, maybe the mansion tax is scaring him?

I remember reading in his biography how he realised that setting up nursing homes was a great deal, as there was guaranteed demand in the form of the state.

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didnt they do something like this last time? not sure if it was the bank crises or the previous election, but I do remember a headline where 100 willy-wavers signed something to "urge" the government to do something else.

Its a sign to do the exact opposite.

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No idea as to veracity.


Ive spotted pwoperdee supremo Nick Leslau in the middle tho


Shapps seems to have been unable to get Corinne Stockheath to sign the letter.

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If I was a respectable businessman - and there are some!

I would not want my name on a latter cosinged by a lot of those esp. Karen 'Blowy Boss?' O Brady. And Duncan 'Pr1ck' Bananananan'

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The best chance of getting a change, in my opinion, would be a coalition including UKIP with Farage in the cabinet.

On current polling kippers will only have 1 MP

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Farage would capitulate once in power, they all do.

+1

You're losing it if you are playing along with the pantomine!

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