Defence in the manifestos

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benjaminw1

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First up Labour at

Labour manifesto


"We are committed to a strong
Navy based on the new aircraft
carriers, an Air Force with two
state-of-the-art fast-jet fleets as
well as additional helicopters,
transport planes and unmanned
drones, and a strong, high-tech
Army, vastly better equipped
than it was in 1997."
 
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benjaminw1

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Victorian_Major said:
Manifestos - not worth the paper they are written on. In fact, almost an object lesson in what the party doesn't do if it comes to power...
Indeed, I am "committed" to retiring in the Bahamas next year, though the financing might prove a little difficult...
 
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benjaminw1 said:
Victorian_Major said:
Manifestos - not worth the paper they are written on. In fact, almost an object lesson in what the party doesn't do if it comes to power...
Indeed, I am "committed" to retiring in the Bahamas next year, though the financing might prove a little difficult...
But the year after that, you'll defend it as an "aspiration".
 
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Magdovus said:
benjaminw1 said:
Victorian_Major said:
Manifestos - not worth the paper they are written on. In fact, almost an object lesson in what the party doesn't do if it comes to power...
Indeed, I am "committed" to retiring in the Bahamas next year, though the financing might prove a little difficult...
But the year after that, you'll defend it as an "aspiration".
And the year after you can blame Thatcher for it not happening at all.
 

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