Comrade Corbyn to the fore - whither (or wither) the Labour Party?

Ordinarily if you own shares you can sell them, in this case you don't own them, can't sell them and only get a notional share of the dividend up to £500 maximum

Would it count as a dividend for tax purpose, as looking at it wouldn't it be owned by the government really ?????
Unearned income?

Would the other ploy to get round this be to have most of your workforce employed by another company?
 

First of what I am sure will be many entertaining moments.

How dare some one remind people an MP is supposed to represent everyone in their patch, not just the ideologically pure.
She who is having unclean thoughts, and is on the list, is ironically, in the Finance business, the bourgeois bitch. Clearly a red Tory

Smoking hot though . .:nod:

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It was all the fault of those awful bankers. Only a banker would say otherwise. he 'credit card' has not been paid off at all,but the credit limit has been trebled. And you think I'm delusional...

But I am an idiot pointing out the lie about thousands of people dying in NHS hospitals at a time when the NHS had never been better. Reality Nil Bullshit One in your world. It was no rant. It was statement of actual fact that has got you back-peddling furiously.
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See this is the thing that you aren’t getting. It wasn’t ‘better’ because it was entirely unaffordable. It was only when Labour told the NHS that it couldn’t be bailed out any more, 2008, from memory that everyone realised quite what a basket case the NHS was financially. Everything that’s happened to it since then has partially at least been as a result of the Blair government covering up what a complete mess it was.
 
No he isn't you massive fibber.
oh yes he is. Yom Kippur the other day.

We had a chat about fasting and the merits of launching an attack on Israel while everyone was repenting.

CEO - deffo looking to relocate if Corbyn gets in.

Honest gov. Trust me
 
She who is having unclean thoughts, and is on the list, is ironically, in the Finance business, the bourgeois bitch. Clearly a red Tory

Smoking hot though . .:nod:

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Typical liberal lefty, thinks she knows whats good for the working man but has no clue in reality never grafted with her hands, seen bottom of pit or loom, never stood in the rain on a Pickett line fighting for the a measly 3% pay rise.

, *slightly tongue in check, but you get the drift.
 
An important question for those in the Forces or employed in Law enforcement.
I feel that is a silly comment as it is not really an important question because if you had served you would realise that troops of any distinction do tend to follow their leaders both military and political.
 
When were thousands dying in NHS hospitals? Under Gordon Brown I had an operation cancelled. But brought FORWARD 3 weeks. Levels of spending were highest ever, waiting lists lowest ever at that point. Now we have 3 million plus on waiting lists that are getting longer. Who are you blaming that on then, after 8 years of Tory austerity? Do you write op ed pieces for the Mail and Express. The writing style is similar, although you dumb it down for the Express, naturally.
Three years, not eight.
You conveniently forget that 2010-2015 was a coalition government.
What is it with socialists & their always seeming to forget or not know about important things?
Do they all suffer from Alzheimers?

Going by the shite they spout, it's certainly a possibility.
 
The solution will be simple like Amazon et al, they will register in countries with a less stringent tax regime.

However this is all sound bites/promises for the hard of thinking.

The real question which no Labour voter will ask themselves, what did a New (Moderate) Labour government achieve in 13 years of government? Apart from a massive amount of debt, so what will a Momentum (Communist) Labour government achieve?

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They achieved a new law every day for 13 years and a low wage low productivity economy. It will take longer than my lifetime to fix even with a tail wind.
 
Three years, not eight.
You conveniently forget that 2010-2015 was a coalition government.
What is it with socialists & their always seeming to forget or not know about important things?
Do they all suffer from Alzheimers?

Going by the shite they spout, it's certainly a possibility.
You know the rule if someone is presented with facts about a term of government they dislike or forget the make up off ie: coalition, they make up names to disguise the fact, so the coalition becomes Tory lite, the Blair/Brown Labour years become New Labour or Blue Labour, god forbid if it happens but the Corbyn era will be known as the shower of shite.
 
Apologies if someone has posed this semi-serious question before.
Suppose this bunch of muppets got in by freak of circumstance. Would you accept the result and watch the belters destroy the country or do something to stop them?

Like what?
Its democracy, like it or not.

I would certainly be very very unhappy with Corbyn in Downing Street but if he's elected and remains within the law thats the way it is (or would be)

Unless he tried to turn us into a republic, in which case I may be disinclined to take that quietly
 
I would hate to think of what my Service time in the Army would be like under a Corbyn government, how the Prime Minister would loathe his own troops sickens me; it would create a *hostile environment* for service personnel, except for the New Red Army of course.
 
Like what?
Its democracy, like it or not.

I would certainly be very very unhappy with Corbyn in Downing Street but if he's elected and remains within the law thats the way it is (or would be)
I understand the modern way is to refuse to accept a result you don't like, therefore you're free to employ any and all tactics to overturn the result into one you favour.
 
I am a little surprised that people dying in hospital is a surprise to you unless for some reason you think only well people go into hospital.
Very dangerous places to be hospitals. All those sick people and germs around. You're better off staying at home.

Only, errrrr, more people die in bed than anywhere else. Evil bastard Tories
 
When were thousands dying in NHS hospitals?
Take your pick. Mid Staffordshire, thousands dead from neglect. Described by the Guardian thus "Mid Staffs" has become a byword for NHS care at its most negligent. It is often described as the worst hospital care scandal of recent times. In 2009 Sir Ian Kennedy, the chairman of the Healthcare Commission, the regulator of NHS care standards at the time, said it was the most shocking scandal he had investigated.

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells. 90 dead from Cdiff as a direct result of management policies.

Ipswich Hospital. At the time, one of only two hospital in the country to be served with an emergency order threatening closure if it didn't improve. Patients were dying because surgical instruments were not being sterilised properly. Others died because of rat faeces in the food.

Where I live, a boy died from an asthma attack because there were no ambulances to take him to hospital. There were no ambulances because they were all parked up in the hospital car park with patients in the back. The hospital would not allow patients to enter A&E until staff were certain that they could be treated within 4 hours. People died so that Gordon could claim that everybody was seen within four hours in A&E.

Levels of spending were highest ever,
That is true. IIRC health spending tripled under Labour in the Blair/Brown years. Yet, by any measure, patient outcomes got worse. Money was flushed away as fast as the Gordon could sign the cheques. My local hospital boasted one of the biggest diversity departments in the country. Free copies of Gay News for anybody who wanted them. A drop in centre for those interested in gender reassignment.

Overwhelmingly, money was hosed down the drain on Public/Private Partnership deals where the government didn't read the small print. Hundred quid to replace a light bulb? No problem. My local hospital built a private wing with PPP cash while they were closing NHS wards. Patients, including my wife, were told that they couldn't be admitted to hospital unless they could pay £350 per night for a room in the private ward.

That is a fekkin' outrage and it only stopped when the Tories took power. The formerly private ward is now full of NHS patients.

waiting lists lowest ever at that point.
No they weren't. Waiting lists from diagnosis to treatment were the lowest ever. Let me give you an example from personal experience. I have a chronic condition that flares up from time to time. Normally fairly harmless but it can be fatal if left untreated for a long time. On arrival at my GP's surgery, we both knew what was wrong and he referred me to a consultant. Eighteen months later, I was getting desperate and I paid to go private. The consultant diagnosed my condition as life threatening and I was in hospital in a week. How long do you reckon I was officially on the waiting list?

Now we have 3 million plus on waiting lists that are getting longer. Who are you blaming that on then
Surely Maggie's fault, same as the manky hospitals and mismanagement under Blair and Brown.

I don't believe that Labour politicians are evil, they're just incompetent. Every Labour government since the first one has increased unemployment, inflation, debt and poverty. I don't believe that this is deliberate. People like John Prescott who, by his own admission, can't read and write very well, can't be expected to manage multi billion pound organisations like the NHS. He may be a tw@t but, in Labour's book, he's the people's tw@t and the people must have him, whatever the consequences.
 
Like what?
Its democracy, like it or not.

I would certainly be very very unhappy with Corbyn in Downing Street but if he's elected and remains within the law thats the way it is (or would be)

Unless he tried to turn us into a republic, in which case I may be disinclined to take that quietly
You think they wouldn't skew the law and change the rules to their benefit?
 
At the next general election we will be faced with a split Conservative Party who should rename themselves as the Hokey Cokey party (can't decide whether they're in or out), or the Anti-Semitic 1970s party led by Corby and his merry band of idiots, or a third choice of the Liberal Dimwits led by Vince Cableknit.
I should hope that, by the time another election is due, Brexit will be complete and sorting out any ensuing mess (if that is the case) will be dealt with by CS. The government can then settle its infighting and get on with governing this country; whilst presenting an electable party.
 
He retired in 2014 age 67 after suffering a bout of ill-health. Since that date he has been asked to return to work on no less than five occasions, the last only a few weeks ago where he was offered, in his own words, "a ridiculously high hourly rate".
How terribly working class! Consultants have a daily rate.
 

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