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I should also add (from Wiki): " Two months after the Labour party took office, the Health Secretary , Alan Milburn , announced that "when there is a limited amount of public-sector capital available, as there is, it's PFI or bust". PFI expanded considerably in 1996 and then expanded much further under Labour, resulting in criticism from many trade unions , elements of the Labour Party, ...

7 Jun 2017

Errr........ Didn't we have terrorism in this country before Islamic Jihadist's? The Angry Brigade, the IRA, INLA, in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s to name but a few. Please don't forget all the PFIs set up by Labour that we are still paying for. That's where the crisis in Public Services really needs addressing. Never mind re-nationalising the railways, post office, water etc. We need ...

In the table above, why is the Labourite in a larger font than all the others? I think we should be told.

@burneside This says it all really: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1370966/Descendant-baronet-grew-castle-arrested-alongside-protesters.html

Ah.......now this is Trolling at its best. Better that after this I just ignore you. Bye.

13 May 2017

As I intimated, we'll agree to disagree. So I'm now either "paranoid or just very insecure" but that's not an insult at all! I didn't answer your last question because it is meaningless - There is no conflict and I am not angry. You do not impact upon my life enough for me to have any emotions towards you.

12 May 2017

@Indy Scot Okay. 1. I am not out by any factor - Corbyn confirmed on the Andrew Marr prog that the "£500 bn is an approximate figure". I'm therefore quoting him not the Mirror. The Mirror link is only because I can't find the Marr link. You seem to have more time on your hands so perhaps you can. 2. Cancelled franchises attract compensation; ergo cost. 3. I'm not angry. ...

12 May 2017

@Indy Scot The Mirror is reporting what Corbyn stated on the Andrew Marr programme. Unfortunately I can't find the clip but there is a transcript on the net. You say it doesn't link to the recently announced Manifesto - how else is he going to pay for it? You say "renationalisation would make funds available". How? If you buy something back the seller doesn't usually give you cash ...

12 May 2017

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/jeremy-corbyn-says-500bn-investment-8910536

11 May 2017

Corbyn has said how he will pay for it.....he's going to borrow £500bn. Yep, £500,000,000,000 or about £7650 for every man, woman and child in the country. Who's going to pay that back then? Like I said elsewhere - Simplistic ideology!!!

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