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Where will Steptoe find the £60 billion, which is in addtion to the £80 billion they have already pledged to spend?

When the head of Channel 4 news slags off Boris at the Edinburgh Festival, I'm not surprised the Tories want nothing to do with the channel, it's not exactly a bastion of impartiality.  There is also the alleged incident of presenter Jon Snow chanting "F*ck the Tories" while attending Glastonbury.

“How will you pay for it?” “We’ll pay for it because it has to be paid for.” “How will you pay for it?” “It has to be paid for.” Jeremy Corbyn struggles to tell @afneil how he’d fund compensation for WASPI women. https://twitter.com/PaulBrandITV/status/1199409327750205440?s=20 Priceless car crash interview by Corbyn.

25 Nov 2019

"Islamophobia" is an invented term to shutdown any debate or criticism of Islam.

25 Nov 2019

Is electing an antisemitic Marxist government worth it?

25 Nov 2019

Because magic money trees do not exist.

25 Nov 2019

"For every extra pound in Tory spending, Labour are promising £28" Projected additional spending: Conservative - £2.9bn Lib Dems - £48.2bn Labour - £82.9bn (not including the waspi pledge) https://news.sky.com/story/general-election-for-every-extra-pound-in-tory-spending-labour-are-promising-an-extra-28-11869522 What were you saying about magic money trees?

25 Nov 2019

Labour's pledge to reimburse the women affected by the pension change has been costed at £58 billion, but was not budgeted for in their manifesto. "Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell confirmed that the £58billion price tag for the policy did not appear in Labour’s "fully costed" election manifesto ." ...

Pension funds invest their assets in the kind of companies Labour would destroy, so current and future pensioners will be hit.  Labour is a disaster for the country in every way.

24 Nov 2019

It seems that businesses are far more worried about Jeremy Corbyn than Brexit, two power firms and two water companies have recently moved their ownership overseas to combat the threat of being snatched by the Marxists. Two of the UK’s largest power companies have quietly transferred the ownership of their British operations to offshore companies to protect themselves against Labour’s ...