A List of all the bad things labour have done in 7yrs!!!

#21
Today a campaign to stamp out bullying in schools was launched... This is obviously NOT a bad thing...
...But this with Charles Clarke as Secretary of State for Education??? FMOB!
Mind you, in the Northern Ireland Assembly they made Martin McGuiness Education Minister...
So I suppose a precedent exists!
 
#23
Adopting Orwell's "Nineteen Eighty-Four" as a how-to-do-it manual.

Turning the country into an ever more faithful replica of "Airstrip One," complete with ubiquitous spy cameras, stool pigeons, arbitrary arrests, and detentions at home and warfare abroad.
 
#25
Vasco said:
The Milennium Dome. Originally a very bad cross-party idea made immeasurably worse by New Labour posturing.
......And using several hundred million pounds of National Lottery money to pay for it!
 
#26
Henry_Tombs said:
Makes me wonder how he pulled that bint from the Spectator.
Makes me wonder if she's not blind, too.Let's face it, Blind Pew is something that only a mother could love.
(Apologies for off-thread excursion.)
 
#27
Come on guys, there must be a million more....

how about apointing weasel boy as mayor of london by putting up the hopeless frank dobson as their candidate?? and then resinstating the GLC (or GLA?) Just an excuse for another layer of socialist beaurocracy!

Forcing the armed forces to stick with the SA80 and then spending more money on an update (to the SA80-2) than it would cost to fit the whole of the forces with the trusty M16 or G36??

Staunchly denying gulfwar syndrome depsite doing the opposite when they were in opposition??

the list goes on

agent smith
 
#28
Making democracy a post code lottery:

If you live in Scotland you have 2 MPs. One to look after you in Scotland, one to look after you in Westminster.

PS. The Scottish Westminster MP has no constituents, but gets paid the same as an English MP.

MAking it possible for Scottish MPs to influence politics in England but not vice versa.

Re-writing the constitution on the quiet.

Being cnuts, oh hang on, their good at that.
 
#29
Giving me £47.71 a week in famliy tax credit
Coppers not nicking me for tokeing a spliff
Extending my drinking time till 2:30am
Reducing my working week
Giving me parent leave
Removing the pompus tw@tty tory party


All awfully bad and nasty
 
#30
All true and fair points, however, lets not forget the "Golden years" of our last Conservative government.
Poll tax.
Options for change.
Council house selloff.
YUPPIES!
The failure to take OP GRANBY/DESERT STORM to its logical conclusion.
More sleaze than the "Bum love" thread.
Etc, etc

I'm going to stick my head above the parapet here, and admit, that I have always voted Liberal (I can hear the howls of derision already!)
Surely its time to give them a try!
 
#31
Cpl_ripper said:
Giving me £47.71 a week in famliy tax credit
Coppers not nicking me for tokeing a spliff
Extending my drinking time till 2:30am
Reducing my working week
Giving me parent leave
Removing the pompus tw@tty tory party

They have failed badly in the area of adult literacy.
 

Cutaway

LE
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#32
Cpl_ripper said:
Giving me £47.71 a week in famliy tax credit
Coppers not nicking me for tokeing a spliff
Extending my drinking time till 2:30am
Reducing my working week
Giving me parent leave
Removing the pompus tw@tty tory party


All awfully bad and nasty
So are you going to be voting for Bliar's mob ?
 
#33
ViroBono said:
Cpl_ripper said:
Giving me £47.71 a week in famliy tax credit
Coppers not nicking me for tokeing a spliff
Extending my drinking time till 2:30am
Reducing my working week
Giving me parent leave
Removing the pompus tw@tty tory party

They have failed badly in the area of adult literacy.
When was spelling ever one of the qualifications of a Milan section commander or as a fat civilian a technical support technician?
 
#34
Cutaway said:
Cpl_ripper said:
Giving me £47.71 a week in famliy tax credit
Coppers not nicking me for tokeing a spliff
Extending my drinking time till 2:30am
Reducing my working week
Giving me parent leave
Removing the pompus tw@tty tory party


All awfully bad and nasty
So are you going to be voting for Bliar's mob ?
Won't be Howard, or that drunken Scotsman!
 

Cutaway

LE
Kit Reviewer
#35
Cpl_ripper said:
Cutaway said:
Cpl_ripper said:
Giving me £47.71 a week in famliy tax credit
Coppers not nicking me for tokeing a spliff
Extending my drinking time till 2:30am
Reducing my working week
Giving me parent leave
Removing the pompus tw@tty tory party


All awfully bad and nasty
So are you going to be voting for Bliar's mob ?
Won't be Howard, or that drunken Scotsman!
So that's a yes then ?
 
#36
Well its not a "NO" But then again it depends on
The Natural Law Party
UKIP
Monster raving loony party
Greens
 
#37
Cpl_ripper said:
ViroBono said:
Cpl_ripper said:
Giving me £47.71 a week in famliy tax credit
Coppers not nicking me for tokeing a spliff
Extending my drinking time till 2:30am
Reducing my working week
Giving me parent leave
Removing the pompus tw@tty tory party

They have failed badly in the area of adult literacy.
When was spelling ever one of the qualifications of a Milan section commander or as a fat civilian a technical support technician?
Given your overt support for New Labour's other policies, your acceptance of low educational standards comes as no surprise. You'll be telling us we're all safer under Labour next....
 
#38
Topper
You forgot MQ sell offs....
 
#39
Cpl_ripper said:
Giving me £47.71 a week in famliy tax credit
That used to be called your married mans tax allowance -- and in changing the name they have probable reduced the amount that you get now
Cpl_ripper said:
Coppers not nicking me for tokeing a spliff
That's because they have allowed the crime to get so out of control that they can't afford the manpower; decriminalising is cheaper than recruiting.
Cpl_ripper said:
Extending my drinking time till 2:30am
and now they have had to recruit a septic police chief to find ways of reducing the drunken brawling in cities (Honestly, officer, it wasn't like this when we came to power!)
Cpl_ripper said:
Reducing my working week
Europe did that, not Tony.
Cpl_ripper said:
Giving me parent leave
Europe did that too.
Cpl_ripper said:
Removing the pompus tw@tty tory party
Aha! at last a good point! They had overstayed their welcome but you couldn't get a feeler gauge between either party now!
 

Cutaway

LE
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#40
Cpl_ripper said:
Well its not a "NO" But then again it depends on
The Natural Law Party
UKIP
Monster raving loony party
Greens
Assuming that these last four don't meet the criteria you're looning for, then you'll be voting for The Glorious Leader's bunch ?
 

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