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      Re: who will win next election 2015

      and why would that be dholdi


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      Working for a company that is closing its office, I am getting to see how the 'rich' are treated when they go to sign on compared to the 'poor'. Pay your taxes for 20 years and then don't get a penny because you've saved when those that can't be arsed to work and squander every penny on fags and beer get huge amounts from the government. Hmmmm

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      Re: who will win next election 2015

      hum maybe so in your opinion how have the coalition done so far then

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      They are getting the country back on track. You need to remember that you can't please everyone. Whichever government was in power this term would have to make the same tough decisions. Labour admit they would be doing the same when they get really pushed. The boom era of the 90s and 00s is over and we are now bust. I remember Gordon brown when he was chancellor saying that it was the end of boom and bust...... Yup he lived up to that one didn't he!

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      Re: who will win next election 2015

      Quote Originally Posted by reddwarfcrew View Post
      Working for a company that is closing its office, I am getting to see how the 'rich' are treated when they go to sign on compared to the 'poor'. Pay your taxes for 20 years and then don't get a penny because you've saved when those that can't be arsed to work and squander every penny on fags and beer get huge amounts from the government. Hmmmm
      Absolutely, I got made redundant after 19 years a while back and it was the same then.


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      Re: who will win next election 2015

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      and why would that be dholdi
      And why would what be ?


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      Re: who will win next election 2015

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      Utter rubbish. How are they protecting the rich! They are simply trying to recover themes that the boom and bust labour government created!
      Well lets see if the bankers get a large pay rise and a huge bonus.

      Then we will know.

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      Re: who will win next election 2015

      well I do quite like the liberal democrats saying they would be fair buy saying the rich would pay more. I still don't trust the blues or reds but see how it goes.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BritBrat View Post
      Well lets see if the bankers get a large pay rise and a huge bonus.

      Then we will know.
      Totally irrelevant. Government legislation is need to deal with that problem and any party is free to raise legislative changes.

      And let's not forget that historic labour governments have been happy with large banking bonuses.

      I'm not supporting the bankers, it's just an irrelevant argument.

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      Re: who will win next election 2015

      just out of curiosity when labour was in power did they tackle bankers bonuses

     

     
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