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I often here the yarn that Tony Blair is more of a Tory than Maggie Thatcher, however be aware this is disinformation pumped out of party HQ, in an effort to mask the true purpose of the Labour Party in the UK.

Whenever you ask the question, who are they serving, remember its not the British Public, but the European Socialists.

Yes.......Communism is being imported through the backdoor, and Blair is sitting right in the middle of it being an ardent member of the Party of European Socialists.

Small wonder he welcomes the Eastern Bloc and China with such enthusiasm, whilst his party members enjoy the trappings of luxury at the taxpayers expense. You couldnt make it up!!

The Party of European Socialists (PES) is a European political party whose members are 33 social democratic, socialist and labour parties of the European Union member states as well as Bulgaria, Romania and Norway.

PES was founded in 1992 in The Hague to succeed the Confederation of Socialist Parties of the European Community. It is an associated organisation of the Socialist International. Ecosy is the youth organisation of PES.

Its current president is the former Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen. With 200 members the PES's "Socialist Group" is the second largest group in the European Parliament. Group president is the German social democrat Martin Schulz. President of the parliament is the Spanish socialist Josep Borrell.

Seven members of the European Commission are members of the PES: Vice president Günter Verheugen (SPD), vice president Margot Wallström (SAP), Commissioner for monetary affairs Joaquín Almunia (PSOE), commissioner for regional policy Danuta Hübner (SLD), commissioner for taxation László Kovács (MSZP), commissioner for trade Peter Mandelson (Labour) and commissioner for employment and social affairs Vladimír Špidla (ČSSD).

PES members in the European Council are Tony Blair (United Kingdom), Gediminas Kirkilas (Lithuania), Ferenc Gyurcsány (Hungary), Jiří Paroubek (Czech Republic), Göran Persson (Sweden), José Sócrates (Portugal) and José Luis Zapatero (Spain).

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  • 301 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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