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#165775
Nurses would like more money please 2 Weeks ago Karma: 49
Government say no, sorry, all money is being paid in compensation to jailed false accusers.
 
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#165783
In The Know (as always !)

Re:Nurses would like more money please 2 Weeks ago  
Mrs May walked all over CorBinLaden - again !!!

"He can do that in opposition because he does not have to pay for it.
The problem with Labour is that they do that in gov't as well"

We are now paying more debt interest - on Labour's debt - than we are paying in NHS wages !!!
 
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Last Edit: 2017/09/06 13:23 By JK2006.
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#165784
Re:Nurses would like more money please 2 Weeks ago Karma: 49
New Labour were bad; Cliche May is even worse; we need a new government and Corbyn is the man to do it!
 
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#165785
andrew

Re:Nurses would like more money please 2 Weeks ago  
JK2006 wrote:
New Labour were bad; Cliche May is even worse; we need a new government and Corbyn is the man to do it!

Can we have Jeremy Clarkson instead ?
 
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#165787
Re:Nurses would like more money please 2 Weeks ago Karma: 3
In The Know (as always !) wrote:
Mrs May walked all over CorBinLaden - again !!!

"He can do that in opposition because he does not have to pay for it.
The problem with Labour is that they do that in gov't as well"

We are now paying more debt interest - on Labour's debt - than we are paying in NHS wages !!!


If that is the case, we definitely cant afford to pay endless compo, can we?
 
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robbiex

Re:Nurses would like more money please 2 Weeks ago  
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:
In The Know (as always !) wrote:
Mrs May walked all over CorBinLaden - again !!!

"He can do that in opposition because he does not have to pay for it.
The problem with Labour is that they do that in gov't as well"

We are now paying more debt interest - on Labour's debt - than we are paying in NHS wages !!!


If that is the case, we definitely cant afford to pay endless compo, can we?


Tories are borrowing more than new labour ever did. New Labour had budget credits, the tories can only dream of that. Tories say that we don't need unskilled migrants, wrong. It is unskilled workers that we need. There is a shortage of carers and fruit pickers for agriculture. It is skilled workers that we have an abundance of. Universities are crammed with people. I would say that jobs should only go to immigrants if we can't get anyone in this country to do the job.
 
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#165817
hedda

Re:Nurses would like more money please 2 Weeks ago  
as usual Tory nitwits missed the most valid fact: May avoided actually answering the question and quite skillfully answered something not asked.

As her gormless colleagues chortled away in the background before repairing to their subsidized bar and restaurant they truly believe the great masses were fooled.
 
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#165823
In The Know

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
robbiex wrote:
Tories are borrowing more than new labour ever did.

Yes - to pay the interest (£43 billion a year) on debts left by Labour !

The UK has not "made a profit" in years - thanks to ridiculous schemes like "tax credits" etc ... so each and every month we have to borrow just to pay the existing commitments (left by Labour).

Imagine ofr every month you spent more than you earned - and borrowed to make-up the difference ... the bailiffs would not be too far away !

Since 2010 we have reduced this deficit by half - but still have some way to go.

New Labour had budget credits, the tories can only dream of that. Tories say that we don't need unskilled migrants, wrong. It is unskilled workers that we need. There is a shortage of carers and fruit pickers for agriculture. It is skilled workers that we have an abundance of. Universities are crammed with people. I would say that jobs should only go to immigrants if we can't get anyone in this country to do the job.

Let the dolers do something for their money !
 
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#165826
Spee

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
In the last 7 years alone - the Tories borrowed over £1 trillion, more than ALL Labour governments ever did!

But keep on ignoring the facts...and NEVER dispute them or produce any evidence to back-up your bland/erroneous statements...


 
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Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 6 Days ago Karma: 49
Plus I would say NEW Labour is as different from Corbyn's Labour as this different Socialist approach is to Tory policy. Neither New Labour nor the Tories seem to have done it right; let's give someone else a go.
 
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andrew

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Plus I would say NEW Labour is as different from Corbyn's Labour as this different Socialist approach is to Tory policy. Neither New Labour nor the Tories seem to have done it right; let's give someone else a go.

Labour sums do not add up and it is very scary that Diane Abbott wants a very high.

I'm with ITK.
 
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#165854
Spee

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
andrew wrote:
I'm with ITK.

In being unable to accept/understand that the National Debt has increased by a trillion pounds - in the 7 years since the Tories, came back into power?


 
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#165868
Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 5 Days ago Karma: 49
Yes Andrew despite many of us agreeing with ITK on some things (Brexit for example) his blind acceptance of all things Tory is hard to understand. I've found some Tories fine (Ken Clarke for example) and some New Labour fine (always liked Alan Johnson) but I think Corbyn offers an interesting adaptation of another route; honed by years of experience and changed in many ways from the extreme left wing policies that did not work. Give him a chance, I reckon, especially as the media hates him.
 
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#165869
andrew

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
JK, you sound like me when I was a UKIPPER. We wanted Farage and pleaded with the country to give him a chance. Despite a strong campaign in Thanet it fell flat.
 
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Spee

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
his blind acceptance of all things Tory is hard to understand

Particularly as the Tory party accepts it borrowed £1T since it returned in 2010 - sadly ITK can't...


 
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#165911
In The Know

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Yes Andrew despite many of us agreeing with ITK on some things (Brexit for example) his blind acceptance of all things Tory is hard to understand.

I'm actually quite critical of some Tory people and policies. I don't think they are "tory" enough.

But its absolutely clear that when you are left with huge debts by the previous government and your current earnings are not enough to pay the monthly bills, then further borrowing is needed.

Thats why austerity is essential - to reduce the outgoings. Since 2010 we have reduced the outgoings by 50% ... but until we start to repay some of the capital borrowed - not just the interest - things will keep getting worse. People who cannot see that should not be allowed to vote !

The Corbyn Loonies don't (want to) understand that - which is why they fawn over people like the Greek Finance Minster (Yanus) who advises Corbyn - and drove Greece to bankruptcy. People like Chavez (in Venezuela) where inflation is currently 500% and despite having more oil than any other country people are starving!

The Corbyn Loonies would rather tell people they CAN have bucketloads of free cash - just as the last Labour government did - and then when they have lined their pockets leave the pieces for the Tories to pick-up (yet again).
 
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#165916
Spee

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Fast approaching £2 trillion...


www.nationaldebtclock.co.uk


...our National Debt is growing at over £5k a second¡


A very disturbing fact - never mentioned (or even acknowledged) by ITK...



 
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#165933
In The Know

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Sadly the facts - that you cannot live beyond your means, and if your outgoings (because of Labour's debt) exceed your income you have to borrow - are completely beyond the understanding of some people.

(Let's hope they don't vote !!!)
 
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#165935
Spee

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
But he will contend (without links/evidence) that the National Debt is all Labour's fault!

And that the Tories didn't borrow most of the £2 Trillion - as all know, in only 7 years!

Completely unprecedented. The Tories added £1 Trillion, in a few short years. Time for a change of subject!¿


 
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#165948
In The Know

Re:Nurses would like more money please 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
Isn't it frightening that our future can be determined by those so lacking in understanding?

Brexit is a classic example.
Lets vote "out" and get rid of Johnny Foreigner ... then all will be sweetness and light and there will be jobs for us all !

Completely oblivious to the fact that those jobs were there anyway - but they didn't want them (and still don't)

Fortunately the ones who will suffer most are the completely unintelligent who voted for this in the first place.

Similarly, Labour turned a surplus (largely achieved because they had to promise to keep the Tories' spending plans, in order to get elected) into a massive deficit (currently £43 billion a year in interest payments alone) and while we are paying that amount our outgoings are more than our incomings - so we have to continue borrowing to make-up the difference.

This "difference" has been cut in half by the prudent Tory policies and austerity - but there is some way to go yet.

Only the simpletons fail to understand this.
 
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