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TOPIC: Robin Hood tax
#161678
MWTW

Robin Hood tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ffs someone within labour is working hard to destroy the party.
Totally totally nuts
Union benefits scroungers your reachinge out to the wrong people now.
Another nail no pile in the coffin.
Freeloaders of the world (well UK) unite to destroy trading.

Idiots ha ha ha ha ha
 
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#161681
In The Know

Re:Robin Hood (or Mickey Mouse?) tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
Its described as Mickey Mouse by Vince Cable - www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2017-39910293

Interesting article in the New Statesman a few days ago -
www.newstatesman.com/politics/june2017/2...er-landslide-general

If Labour lose (they will !) and if Jeremy Fruitcake hangs on (he will !) the party could disintegrate into nothing more than a perpetual "loony / fringe" party similar to the Communist Party of Gt Britain.
 
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#161682
Re:Robin Hood (or Mickey Mouse?) tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago Karma: 49
Who can tell what the future holds? I found it amazing that the Tory Party could pull us out of Europe. Politicians never cease to amaze me.
 
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#161687
MWTW

Re:Robin Hood (or Mickey Mouse?) tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
Yesterday in 'the Sweeney' a guy said " since we entered the common market it's killed is farmers"

JK the voters chose to exit the EU the tory party gave the choice.
 
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#161688
robbiex

Re:Robin Hood (or Mickey Mouse?) tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
MWTW wrote:
Yesterday in 'the Sweeney' a guy said " since we entered the common market it's killed is farmers"

JK the voters chose to exit the EU the tory party gave the choice.


Spurred on by a very pro-brexit partizan press.
 
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#161692
MWTW

Re:Robin Hood (or Mickey Mouse?) tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
And so it should of been voted on we love in a democratic society not a communist dictatorist society. Get a grip it was voted to leave end of story learn to live by it.
 
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#161700
In The Know

Re:Robin Hood (or Mickey Mouse?) tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
robbiex wrote:

Spurred on by a very pro-brexit partizan press.


... are you not capable of making up your own mind?
Is that what you are saying?
 
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#161703
Re:Robin Hood (or Mickey Mouse?) tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago Karma: 49
Sadly that is the truth ITK; in this new simplistic tabloid headline society where nobody has any time or inclination to think deeply, we have a Twitter Trump President and I'm sure you're right, the most cliched, truisms, strong and stable slogan party will get elected.
 
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#161715
hedda

Re:Robin Hood tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
MWTW wrote:
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ffs someone within labour is working hard to destroy the party.
Totally totally nuts
Union benefits scroungers your reachinge out to the wrong people now.
Another nail no pile in the coffin.
Freeloaders of the world (well UK) unite to destroy trading.

Idiots ha ha ha ha ha


The morons chortle and guffaw away.

I think I'm utterly bored with this forum.
 
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#161716
In The Know

Re:Robin Hood (or Mickey Mouse?) tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
Perhaps, then, we should scrap the voting process and simply add up the circulation figures of the various papers to see who wins?
 
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#161744
In The Know

Re:Robin Hood tax 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
hedda wrote:

I think I'm utterly bored with this forum.


Ah, there you are, hedda !
Time for (yet another) name change perhaps?
 
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