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The Best Thing About Yesterday's Election Result.

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The best thing, several trolls showed us their hand.

You know who you are.

If your that sure of your position why are you here, because you are scared and know deep down what's coming.

The other good thing was ed balls and the fact Osborne will have to face the music in twelve months whom the London market is in tatters.

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Look on the bright side. The tory's will help savers and reduce Immigration, they definitely won't put up vat and they will not allow a housing bubble.

:lol:

what was it Osborne said, money printing was the sign of a failed government, or words to that effect. What was fls then? an act of a criminal government perhaps?

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Liars figure... but figures don't lie.

No meaningful private sector deleveraging since 2008.

Public sector borrowing/spending on the same trajectory in 2015 as it was in 2010.

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Best thing seeing the Leftards at the BBC panic when they finally relised what was happening.

BBC are still biased, the funny thing is it is so ingrained they cant see it. The news is led by the report "Labour where did it go wrong?"

It didnt go wrong, the electorate preferred the Tories. Simples.

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I think this is a bad result for hpc ,

Because so many people have huge mortgage payments and would lose their homes if any sort of correction happens.

The electorate is now driven by survival instinct.

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the electorate preferred the Tories. Simples.

Fewer than 1 in 4 UK adults voted Conservative on Thursday.

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Best thing seeing the Leftards at the BBC panic when they finally relised what was happening.

BBC are still biased, the funny thing is it is so ingrained they cant see it. The news is led by the report "Labour where did it go wrong?"

It didnt go wrong, the electorate preferred the Tories. Simples.

...the BBC is not fit for public consumption ..and should be closed down now...a home for elitist lefties who expect the taxpayer and poor to fund their champagne.... :rolleyes:

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Fewer than 1 in 4 UK adults voted Conservative on Thursday.

.....what was the ratio for leftie Labour ....and what was the average turnout ..your statement on it's own is an utterance of nothing ..?...... :rolleyes:

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Since it's a split along nationalist lines (not that I think that is necessarily a good thing):

1. For the English: a clear mandate to revise the Barnett formula (downwards).

2. For the Scots: Devo Max.

Triples all round I would have thought.

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Since it's a split along nationalist lines (not that I think that is necessarily a good thing):

1. For the English: a clear mandate to revise the Barnett formula (downwards).

2. For the Scots: Devo Max.

Triples all round I would have thought.

Agreed, as long as Devo Max means control over benefits and social security, employment, broadcasting, trade and industry, energy and also we would need to receive all revenue from north sea oil.

Sounds like a nice little wish list but if the Tories really love us and want us to stay then that is the price.

Having said that, if we were given all those extra powers, it would only be a small step to full independence...

Basically, one way or the other, the union is fu*ked.

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Agreed, as long as Devo Max means control over benefits and social security, employment, broadcasting, trade and industry, energy and also we would need to receive all revenue from north sea oil.

Sounds like a nice little wish list but if the Tories really love us and want us to stay then that is the price.

Having said that, if we were given all those extra powers, it would only be a small step to full independence...

Basically, one way or the other, the union is fu*ked.

The tories love you, but not like that. They want you to either f.uck it up or f.uck off. And aside from the protecting-of-capital-values tory thing that was the second most crucial aspect of their victory - English xenophobia (partially resulting from perceived Scottich zenophobia).

Basically, one way or another, the union is likely f.ucked.

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