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Maybe only 300 MPS, then they have private secretarys who have secretarys.......ad nausium. All comes out of the tax payers money.

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Yes, but we are talking about a few million. Not the billions it takes to run the UK

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Putting it bluntly - Tony The Traitor and his cronies are selling us ALL down the river.

Do we get a say in this massive influx of people? No.
Why are they coming here? It isn't just about a better quality of life - indeed, a lot of these people ARE criminally minded and this so-called multi-cultural society that the government believes in is non-existent.

This 'economic migration' is entirely different to that of the Asians and West Indian people in the 50's & 60's. They came to do the jobs that nobody else wanted to do, invited by a government that observed that certain skills in short supply.

These modern day asylum seekers are here for the free house, free money and not a lot more!

PS If anybody knows of a big ship going cheap then perhaps we could all chip in and buy it. Preferably with holes in the hull of it, as once we've loaded all these asylum seekers on board and taken it out to sea, the plan would be to scuttle the bloody thing.

If you haven't already, Tony would like you to take down The Union Jack.

B***ocks to what you want Mr. Blair.

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vote tory

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even if they are only half as bad they will still be twice as good.

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Doesn't matter who you vote for.........they look after themselves first.

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FLEETFANNo1USA said:
Doesn't matter who you vote for.........they look after themselves first.

Thats such a valid point.
I have watched my country going to the dogs for the last 40 years. In my experience, who ever is in government, they really dont give a toss about what the people really want.
I thought Mr Blair and his band of fukwits were employed by the people, for the people. Ask your employers what they want Tony...put it to the Country..see if we want to have our pound scrapped..see if we want our houses de valued because no-one wants to buy the them as they are surrounded by "asylum seekers"...see if the people who pay your wages also want to pay to be second class citizens in their own country..I think you know the answer Tony...

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vote tory


Always have, always will!

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Although I’ll be the first to accept we would probably not be in this situation if they had not lost power, I still don’t think they are capable of reversing the damage that Labour have inflicted on us. I have no problems with some of their policies, but just feel that they would be unable to deal effectively with the problems of immigration, crime and punishment and so on because in reality their hands are tied because of our links with the EU.

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Im sorry but you cant blame one party...they are all as bad as each other.
Who was in power when we were overwhelmed by the influx of Somalian refugees??? not labour...you see they all want to give our country away..just the amount they give that differs..

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No your right we wouldn't be in this situation....it would be a damn lot worse, I don't like New Labour (not left wing enough)but i will always vote labour ahead of the tories.

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No your right we wouldn't be in this situation....it would be a damn lot worse, I don't like New Labour (not left wing enough)but i will always vote labour ahead of the tories.


A lot worse? How exactly?
Whatever drugs your on you wanna to give ‘em a wide berth in future!!



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New Labour--Old Tory........can't see a difference!

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I'm sorry fellas, but the saying goes:
"No matter who you vote for, the government always gets in".
It's not necessarily the Party in power who are pulling the strings, but the bureaucrats behind the scenes...who manipulate the information given to ministers, and also from advisors who are persuing their own agenda.
I can't forgive the Tories for initiating the dismantling of our country's resources [i.e. privatisation of water, gas, electric companies, now owned by multi-national corporations...not us, the people]
I won't forgive Labour for the almighty [****!!****] ups they're doing these days.
I've tended to vote for independent candidates, as I think they might have more chance of sharing my aims, fears, aspirations etc rather than someone who insists in toeing the party line, despite what their constituents want. Even better when the independent candidate is over 40 years old, 'cos at least they might have lived a little, instead of some jumped-up career politician toe-rag.
But...this is probably all worthless anyway.
We need Root & Branch changes to govt in this country..and let's face it, it aint ever gonna happen.

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Totally agree, it doesn't really matter who you vote for as it is the bureaucrats from our civil service (who are not voted in) & the EU (probably most of them aren't voted in either) who run everything.
And FleetFanatic the EU do have a big ship off the mainland to house their dross its called the SS Britain & it doesn't have to be scuttled as it will sink on its own very soon.

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how very true!!

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According to Radio 4 (so it must be true) when the Eastern European countries join the EU, the existing EU nations had the choice of allowing "free movement" (the unrestricted entry of the new member's nationals) immediately or deferring it for between 2 and 7 years. Today, Holland decided not to allow it. The other existing countries have all decided the same, except one....... the UK.

The government said it does not expect large numbers of people to come, but admitted that it has no way of predicting this! All will be required to have a National Insurance number and the Job Centres expect to be unable to cope with the numbers of aplicants. In addition, those already here rather naughtily are expected to surface and get their NI numbers.

I am informed by someone who knows these things that the reason so-called asylum seekers, economic migrants or whatever come here is because they do get benefits here. They do not get them in other European countries.

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Invis said:I am informed by someone who knows these things that the reason so-called asylum seekers, economic migrants or whatever come here is because they do get benefits here. They do not get them in other European countries.

Surprise............Surprise!!!!!

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Someone posted somewhere on this thread, about the number of countries that these "asylum seekers", "economic migrants", or whatever you wish to call them, need to cross before reaching our shores. The chap above also touched on this, but this is purely and quite simply down to the fact that when they get here they are afforded housing, clothing, food, healthcare, education, without contributing one bean to the economy of the UK. My friend has recently moved to Spain and tells me that he isn't allowed any benefits whatsoever, until he starts paying his taxes. His missus has recently got herself work and now that she is paying tax, she is entitled to the Spanish version of the NHS and education for any children they may have. Over here though, its a free meal ticket to anyone that smuggles themselves over here! Blame whichever party you will, that is up to you, but this country has been in decline for many years now, but in my opinion that decline has quickened dramatically over the past 5 or 6 years. Anyone who dares to speak out on the subject is instantly labelled a racist. Well, I have had enough of it all, I was once proud of this nation, but now we are rapidly losing our identity. Areas close to where I live are rapidly becoming no-go areas like EMHDad mentioned. Despite the thousands we pay in tax and council tax the police seem to have lost their grip on crime. Many of our streets are now overtaken by yob culture, the wilful and mindless destruction of people’s property. It hurts me to say this, but I’m out of here. In September, the missus and me are selling up and heading off to Spain. I won’t pretend that my reasons to go are solely down the state of this country, but it is fair to say that they did play a major part in our decision. And until the government, be it Labour, Tory or Lib Dem get a grip on the situation, millions more people will follow me.

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Kent Messanger says: Battle 'was planned'

SIX men were seriously injured when rival gangs of Iraqi Kurds fought a pitched battle with knives and iron bars, a court heard on Monday.

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