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Mary Creagh...finally A Leadership Candidate That Admits The Overspending

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Well she has my vote. Admitted that running a structural deficit during the good times was poor economic management. I guess my opinion (actually the floating voter that does matter) doesn't count.

No doubt the party faithful will go with Burnham...another self indulgent choice like Ed Miliband.

Mrs Balls by contrast was cringingly irritating on Sky last night when asked about the deficit during the good times. she repeatedly changed the terms of the question and admitted to wasting money on an NHS computer system but would not be drawn on running a deficit when we were experiencing GDP on speed.

Don't these politicians get it, how irritating it ids to avoid the question and alter the terms of reference.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/generalelection/labour-leadership-mary-creagh-becomes-surprise-fifth-candidate-to-enter-race-to-replace-ed-miliband-10251205.html

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Well she has my vote. Admitted that running a structural deficit during the good times was poor economic management. I guess my opinion (actually the floating voter that does matter) doesn't count.

No doubt the party faithful will go with Burnham...another self indulgent choice like Ed Miliband.

Mrs Balls by contrast was cringingly irritating on Sky last night when asked about the deficit during the good times. she repeatedly changed the terms of the question and admitted to wasting money on an NHS computer system but would not be drawn on running a deficit when we were experiencing GDP on speed.

Don't these politicians get it, how irritating it ids to avoid the question and alter the terms of reference.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/generalelection/labour-leadership-mary-creagh-becomes-surprise-fifth-candidate-to-enter-race-to-replace-ed-miliband-10251205.html

Truly a crisis for the Labour party, having to realise that the electorate actually has a brain and won't just believe what they say.....

A chimpanzee would be better than Yvette Cooper, Gordon Brown even

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Well she has my vote. Admitted that running a structural deficit during the good times was poor economic management. I guess my opinion (actually the floating voter that does matter) doesn't count.

No doubt the party faithful will go with Burnham...another self indulgent choice like Ed Miliband.

Mrs Balls by contrast was cringingly irritating on Sky last night when asked about the deficit during the good times. she repeatedly changed the terms of the question and admitted to wasting money on an NHS computer system but would not be drawn on running a deficit when we were experiencing GDP on speed.

Don't these politicians get it, how irritating it ids to avoid the question and alter the terms of reference.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/generalelection/labour-leadership-mary-creagh-becomes-surprise-fifth-candidate-to-enter-race-to-replace-ed-miliband-10251205.html

Yvette Cooper is profoundly irritating anyway, IMO. She has that uber-pious, goody-goody look - the type who never left her homework on the bus - it was always done neatly and on time - and ended up Head Girl.

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Yvette Cooper is profoundly irritating anyway, IMO. She has that uber-pious, goody-goody look - the type who never left her homework on the bus - it was always done neatly and on time - and ended up Head Girl.

Umunna has just pulled out, I had him down as the first black PM.

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Yvette Cooper is profoundly irritating anyway, IMO. She has that uber-pious, goody-goody look - the type who never left her homework on the bus - it was always done neatly and on time - and ended up Head Girl.

She messed up in the marriage stakes though.

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