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May proves she's not fit to lead 5 Months ago Karma: 49
Brexit is not important; yes it's important in government just as the rate of VAT and the budgets for NHS and how we treat terrorism and how we send innocent people to jail is important but none of it needs public decision; leave it to those who are elected and trained to govern (and make dreadful mistakes like allowing no evidence for sex accusations). We were not informed enough to vote on Brexit. Likewise now there should not be an election. But at least we now get the chance to put somebody in No 10 who might rectify the errors and I reckon Corbyn is the man to do it. As do millions of voters, I suspect. Backed by others we might just get a decent Prime Minister. If he gets elected I'll disagree with many of his policies (like taking more of my hard earned monies to waste). And agree with others (scrap Trident). Bet this election surprises many punters and poll takers.
 
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andrew

Re:May proves she's not fit to lead 5 Months ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Brexit is not important; yes it's important in government just as the rate of VAT and the budgets for NHS and how we treat terrorism and how we send innocent people to jail is important but none of it needs public decision; leave it to those who are elected and trained to govern (and make dreadful mistakes like allowing no evidence for sex accusations). We were not informed enough to vote on Brexit. Likewise now there should not be an election. But at least we now get the chance to put somebody in No 10 who might rectify the errors and I reckon Corbyn is the man to do it. As do millions of voters, I suspect. Backed by others we might just get a decent Prime Minister. If he gets elected I'll disagree with many of his policies (like taking more of my hard earned monies to waste). And agree with others (scrap Trident). Bet this election surprises many punters and poll takers.

Wouldn't let Corbyn run a piss up in a brewery.
 
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Re:May proves she's not fit to lead 5 Months ago Karma: 0
The Tories might not do as well as is being widely assumed in the (largely Tory-friendly) media. The parliamentary party and possibly the Cabinet itself is split on the question of Brexit.
 
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MWTW

Re:May proves she's not fit to lead 5 Months ago  
The reason so many are in jails stems back to labour along with the terrorist problem.
Corbyn is just a 1970s geography teacher who has been time shifted to 2017
Not fit for purpose
 
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Re:May proves she's not fit to lead 5 Months ago Karma: 49
Instinctively she goes for the cliche and the truism; in policy as well as comment. A good secretary; a bad PM.
 
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John Marsh

Re:May proves she's not fit to lead 5 Months ago  
MWTW wrote:
The reason so many are in jails stems back to labour along with the terrorist problem.
Corbyn is just a 1970s geography teacher who has been time shifted to 2017
Not fit for purpose


Corbyn, May or Clegg. Tory, Labour or Libs. Personally I am not interested in statements like " not fit for purpose" though I understand the sentiment.

Please could someone/s from some party or somewhere provide a list of the issues / problems areas with the probem identified and what the steps the candidate/party/leader is going to take to ensure a full answer is provided, dealing with all aspects.

For example Syria
Tory solution bomb them!
Labour solution don't bomb them!
Libs didn't hear anything.

Not one details the problem, then a workable solution. It's like benefits the answer everyone gives. "You are lazy" "Get a job" (Not one offers a permanent real paying job, of course). Well, I am doing ok but I live in Thailand because I no longer could get work nor could I get benefits.

Oddly crazy Trump has provided some impetus in some solutions like encouraging US businesses to keep their jobs in the US and not give them away to other countries.

This is a plea to any and all for answers and problems clarified. Answer means homeless housed. Jobless in work. The refugee housed "in safety". Country in turmoil now under UN control and new arrangements in progress. Railways "managed well" and rsources used wisely whether nationalised or privately run for example. And of course justice for ALL. Real answers for real problems!
 
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