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Blair? No new labour
New labour was cobbled together for a single non-political reason, to win, old labour could not win and a few media minded civil servants and the odd politician put together new labour
There never was a range of policy to differentiate new from old and in effect most of the policy was Tory in concept
Any such concept put together as a vehicle to gain power without policy conviction was bound to fall apart eventually
The negatives:
1. A £20b positive bank account for the UK has been turned into a £30b deficit by new labour
2. We now have to understand circa 70 plus new taxes
3. Our NHS has gone from poor to rank and has actually cost Billions more in the descent
4. We have been partners in the killing of over a quarter of a million people in an illegal invasion
5. Education is in turmoil
6. Violent crime on the streets has increased without restraint
7. More pensioners fall below the poverty line year on year than ever before
Positives

1. No future Government will easily be able to creep on its knees to placate a USA leader
2. A strong possibility that integrity will re-emerge at PM and minister level
3. UK problem issues will now be attacked by a political party of conviction be that committed labour or Tory politicians
4. Blair,Campbell and Mandy will fade out of our nightmares

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intergrity at ministerial level? that's the funniest thing I've heard in years.

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I would expect several of these figures to be questionable.

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But invis nobody now debates wether or not the major decline has taken place

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pabird.

Under your Positives-No 4, I think you forget touchy-feely Blunkett !

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At least when labour do something wrong you get the feeling that it is down to incompetence, whereas with the Tories you felt they were on the make.

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Yellow Bungle said:
At least when labour do something wrong you get the feeling that it is down to incompetence, whereas with the Tories you felt they were on the make.


Do the newspapers reach where you live? have a look at housing expenses (cheated) and claimed by labour MPs
Plus Ill have for a years wages the cost of Bliars freebie holidays taken in any one year
Or the amount Mandie got in breaking the rules in an house purchase loan taken from a man purchasing a cabinet position
Or the monies received by Cherie which turned out to be £93,000 more than the charity she addressed was giving to the "good cause"

Has to be well windy where you live if you have yet to smell the coffee




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