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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 05, 2019 12:28 am

they did this whilst at the same time giving tax cuts for the corporations and the top earners hundreds of billions.
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:46 pm

this is really interesting. raab has 23000 majority and polls in his area suggesting that he may lose the election. refreshing indeed.

with a bit of luck b'stard will be another.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/election-2019-50666842
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 05, 2019 6:35 pm

here are some inescapeable facts.

The annual number of homeless households in England peaked in 2003-04 at 135,420 before falling to a low of 40,020 in 2009-10. this was the labour policies in action correcting years of thatckant majorkant policies.

In 2014-15, there were 54,430 homeless households, which was 60 per cent below the 2003-04 peak.

At least '320,000 people homeless in Britain' This year, 320,000 people were recorded as homeless in Britain, analysis from housing charity Shelter suggests. It is a rise of 13,000, or 4%, on last year's figures and equivalent to 36 new people becoming homeless every day.

and here we have javid claiming the homelessness is due to labour policies before 2010. this despite the fact that this javid wanted to use the millions of grants for the homeless and was refused unless he spends them on homeless and he did not claim.

tories are kants and all their supporters are no better.

https://www.24housing.co.uk/news/sajid-javid-labour-responsible-for-rise-in-homelessness/
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 05, 2019 6:38 pm

bastards on this forum take not. everytime it is mentioned that we may end up with no deal by end of 2020 all they say is that they are confident they will get a deal. but of course if they win they will then claim that people voted forthem because they wanted no deal.

considering it took canda 7 years tonegotiate a trade deal, wht are the chances of negotiating a deal in 12 moths? why can't they be honest with people.

what absolute show shite these swinehounds are.
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 05, 2019 6:43 pm

here is a question for the b'stards on this forum.

who said "fak business and why?"
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 05, 2019 8:28 pm

here it is folks a big policy anouncement

The B'stard said he would include in his pledge to raise the National Insurance threshold to £9,500Raising the National Insurance threshold, which the independent Institute for Fiscal Studies says will save workers about £85 per year

85 quida year. thats about 1.50 a week. and he feels no shame saying it. what the fak wil they do with 1.50 a week for fak sake.

and of course do not forget that it is not only the poor who get this everybody gets this.

compare that with labour promise of 1.79 per hour increase. wtf what the hell is the matter with these swinehound pibol. thay have all taken the stupid pill again.
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Re: tory manifesto

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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 06, 2019 2:48 am

Robin Hood wrote:If Corbyn is correct and the UK Govt. has been talking to the US about 'opening up' the NHS to the American Healthcare Sytem, this should open a few eyes as to what that actually means.

American Healthcare’s Coming to Britain to Make a Killing. Brits Don’t Know What’s About to Hit Them.

Why — why on earth — would anyone want American style healthcare? You might be wondering why I even ask. After all, American healthcare is one of the modern world’s greatest and most epic failures.

It’s such a failure, in fact, that something eerie and weird is happening, unheard of not just in rich countries, but even in poor ones: life expectancy is literally falling…by a year…every year. And it’s not just a failure — it’s a nightmare, that leaves people terrorized, broken, hopeless, and bankrupt. Your money, or your life. And if you don’t have money — you just…die. Americans literally beg each other online for money to pay medical bills by the millions…they cross the border into Canada to buy medicine like insulin…which, by the way, can be a “federal crime”…they have maternal mortality higher than Russia.

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That is the biggest lie of this election.

Tory policy is NOT to emulate the US Health System but to open the NHS up to US Pharmaceutical Companies to the British Health System so the NHS can more easily source US Pharmaceuticals. The Australian Health care System is already open to US Pharmaceuticals, as well as European Pharmaceuticals. We have a wide choice now of all the necessary Pharmaceuticals we need at a much cheaper price because of the competition that exists in the system.

The US do not control or own our Health Care System, but we do have a lot of Pharmaceutical security now and a competitive market, because all these Pharmaceutical Companies are competing for the business.

We are so lucky we are actually flush with suppliers now, US, European, even Asian and also local brand companies.

The argument that his translates to privatization is ludicrous. For anyone to want the NHS would imply that it is a money making venture which it isn't. These Health care Systems cost the tax payer Billions each year.

Also, the notion that the US System is in disarray. is also false. Health care in the US is expensive yes, but people are not actually thrown on the street when they fall ill. You can still go to an Emergency ER and get treatment, and be admitted and receive the Health care you require. You can also insure yourself like we do in Australia as well. In some cases your employer provides you with cover. Otherwise you provide your own for a cost of about $3000 per year and that gives you access to world class health care. Sounds like a lot and it is if on minimum wage. But you actually get your money back if you use the benefits like Dental, Ophthalmic, Podiatry, Physio, you even can visit a massage therapist 10 times a year, get subsidized gym memberships, and pharmaceuticals and medicines. If you go to Hospital, you can elect the hospital you go into, get a private room and you don't pay for anything other than a small admittance payment of $50 per day rather than get a bill of a few thousand.

If you are unemployed, then you might be in a pot but as I said before many times. in the US you can change your circumstances a lot easier than you can change them in Cyprus let's say. If you are eager and willing to take a punt, America offers opportunity and gives you a chance in life.

The biggest risk to the NHS is immigration. If costs continue to blow out in the UK and Australia, then the NHS and Medicare will be a thing of the past as the State will not provide.

Tory policy is to allow US Pharmaceutical companies easier access to the NHS. To be fair, I can't believe this wasn't done a long time ago because some of the US pharmaceuticals are world class and high quality medicines which meet US Regulation.
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Paphitis » Fri Dec 06, 2019 2:10 pm

One of the arguments against BREXIT was indeed the scare mongering that certain medicines will not be available and stockpiles will dwindle and yet when the Tories take out an insurance policy with US Pharmaceutical companies to make sure that won't happen, there are false accusations of privatization.

I mean labour must think the pibol are stupid or something. :lol:

It's one of the most insulting things when entitled pollies think that we the pibol are stupid. :?

Corbyn is a clown. End of!
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Fri Dec 06, 2019 2:59 pm

you cannot make it up.

A Tory candidate has been filmed telling a hustings event that people with learning disabilities should be paid less than minimum wage as ‘they don’t understand money’. Sally-Ann Hart, the Conservative candidate for Hastings and Rye, was met with jeers and boos by a horrified audience as she defended sharing an article that suggested paying disabled people less.

https://metro.co.uk/2019/12/06/tory-candidate-says-disabled-people-paid-less-dont-understand-money-11280594/?fbclid=IwAR2ipR0DW4nLf3yFjM2xp7wEBlkPu3z6iwzapJjsg280ZfD4TEPRw-8YWmI
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