Give the PM a piece of your mind

#2
I need my mind, but he could do with a piece of someones, to bring his up to CES.
 
#3
Maybe it's 'uncool' to do this, but with low inflation, very low unemployment, lowest crime, the minimum wage, every school in the country being rebuilt or refurbished, new hospitals, shorter waiting lists and University grants for the poorest people in society, hey, I'm actually quite a fan of him. I fail to see what's he's doing wrong. Are you talking about the 10p tax band? It's a little more complicated than the Tories want it to be, you know!
 
#4
Ffyll said:
Maybe it's 'uncool' to do this, but with low inflation, very low unemployment, lowest crime, the minimum wage, every school in the country being rebuilt or refurbished, new hospitals, shorter waiting lists and University grants for the poorest people in society, hey, I'm actually quite a fan of him. I fail to see what's he's doing wrong. Are you talking about the 10p tax band? It's a little more complicated than the Tories want it to be, you know!
You a friend of Sven or in Labour Central office? Certainly a little on the short sighted......
 

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#5
Ffyll said:
Maybe it's 'uncool' to do this, but with low inflation, very low unemployment, lowest crime, the minimum wage, every school in the country being rebuilt or refurbished, new hospitals, shorter waiting lists and University grants for the poorest people in society, hey, I'm actually quite a fan of him. I fail to see what's he's doing wrong. Are you talking about the 10p tax band? It's a little more complicated than the Tories want it to be, you know!
It's a wah or a wind up:

Lowest crime (figures) yet more people in prison than ever before.

Every school being rebuilt or refurbished - ????????? The West Country waits with interest.

Shorter hospital waiting lists. Depends how you define the waiting list - I have waited over a year for a back op.

New hospitals - they are closing ours down.

Most qualified tax people admit that the 10p rate was a nightmare to administer but as the t+t wanted the glory when he announced it he will have to take the flak when he makes 5.2 million of the poorest even poorer.
 
#6
Education and early career

Mr Brown did well at school from an early age. At the age of ten, he joined Kirkcaldy High School, where he excelled at sport and joined in every aspect of school life, quickly becoming popular, and taking an early interest in local political campaigns.

He took his exams a year ahead of his contemporaries - his 'O' Levels at 14, his Highers at 15. When he came top of a bursary competition, he went on to university at age 15 - one of the youngest students to go to Edinburgh University since the war.

Mr Brown enjoyed student politics and the debates in the student newspaper, which he edited in a prize-winning year. He also continued with his passion for sport.

Just before he went to university, Mr Brown injured his eye playing for his school team at rugby. Having been diagnosed with a detached eye retina - later in both eyes - he spent much of his early years at university in hospital or recuperating.

Having gained a First Class honours degree and a number of prizes for his studies, in 1972, Mr Brown became the youngest ever Rector of Edinburgh University.

Mr Brown has also been a university and college lecturer and has written a number of books. His book on James Maxton is about the early Labour MPs and their struggles. 'Values, Visions and Voices' is a study of the idealism and zeal of Labour's early thinkers. And 'The Real Divide', written with Robin Cook, is a study of poverty and inequality. More recently, a collection of his speeches has been published as 'Moving Britain Forward'.

After unsuccessfully fighting Michael Ancram for the Conservative seat of Edinburgh South in 1979, Mr Brown became MP for Dunfermline East in 1983 with a majority of 11,000.
So, as with alot of his type, he's never had a proper job.
 
#7
Ffyll said:
every school in the country being rebuilt or refurbished, new hospitals
6 schools in my area have been closed down in the past 2 years because funding for them dropped so low they couldn't afford to be kept open.

Ffyll said:
new hospitals
They've recently done up my most local hospital improving the wards and the facilities. But by the end of it the hospital couldn't afford to pay the staff to run the wards so they ended up being closed.

Ffyll said:
I fail to see what's he's doing wrong.
Amazing how life carries on even when you've got your head buried in the sand.
 

Legs

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#8
Ffyll said:
Maybe it's 'uncool' to do this, but with low inflation, very low unemployment, lowest crime, the minimum wage, every school in the country being rebuilt or refurbished, new hospitals, shorter waiting lists and University grants for the poorest people in society, hey, I'm actually quite a fan of him. I fail to see what's he's doing wrong. Are you talking about the 10p tax band? It's a little more complicated than the Tories want it to be, you know!
Do you sing funny songs as well as telling jokes?

Low inflation? Yep, the official figures are low. What about the reality? 10%+ price rises in the last year?

Lowest crime? What planet do YOU live on? Have you seen the reports of prisons being so overcrowded that they're letting some cons out early?

Our country needs folk like you - to keep us laughing!
 
#9
"Its a little more complicated than the tories want it to be, you know..." Patronising fcuker! That sounds as if it was either scripted by Harry Enfield or Pathe news circa 1949.

This government have done stuff like this, experienced the consequences and then had to waste/overuse resources to "rescue" people within six months. Creating a problem then sticking a Band-aid on it is not what I call constructive...

Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't vote for Cameron and his gang either. I just would have liked the opportunity to vote for Gordon and to have declined. :twisted:
 
#11
Ffyll said:
Maybe it's 'uncool' to do this, but with low inflation, very low unemployment, lowest crime, the minimum wage, every school in the country being rebuilt or refurbished, new hospitals, shorter waiting lists and University grants for the poorest people in society, hey, I'm actually quite a fan of him. I fail to see what's he's doing wrong. Are you talking about the 10p tax band? It's a little more complicated than the Tories want it to be, you know!
Is it just me, or has anyone else caught the repellent and unmistakeable stench of Zanu Labour emanating from some of the newer site members? And who the fcuk uses the term 'uncool' nowadays?

Cnut off, you cnuting cnutflap.
 
#12
REgards said:
You mean declined to vote or declined to vote for him? :?
The latter naturally...
 
#13
Ffyll said:
Maybe it's 'uncool' to do this, but with low inflation, very low unemployment, lowest crime, the minimum wage, every school in the country being rebuilt or refurbished, new hospitals, shorter waiting lists and University grants for the poorest people in society, hey, I'm actually quite a fan of him. I fail to see what's he's doing wrong. Are you talking about the 10p tax band? It's a little more complicated than the Tories want it to be, you know!
So, how are things in the labour party headquarters?

Ski.
 

elovabloke

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#14
Will we see a dramatic announcement just before the local elections giving some relief to those who will be hit by the 10p tax abolishment? Even though it will not come into immediate effect the local chavs will fall for it.
 
#15
I hardly remember Tories in power but who has done the best job of governing ?

I remember the Tories allowed the average person to buy their council house, introduced council tax and closed the pits. Country went bankrupt and had to borrow from the EMF.

They brought in petrol rationing and a 3 day week

No doubt of the Tories get back in they will not abolish the 10p tax rate.
 
#16
Cuddles said:
REgards said:
You mean declined to vote or declined to vote for him? :?
The latter naturally...
Naturally...

Anyway, give the PM a piece of my mind - wouldn't give him the steam off my shite given the choice. Waste my valuable time sending an email that he'll never read, sod that!

I will, however, use my right to vote to make sure the cycloptic git gets f*cked off at the high port at first opportunity 8)
 

elovabloke

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#17
Taffnp said:
I hardly remember Tories in power but who has done the best job of governing ?

I remember the Tories allowed the average person to buy their council house, introduced council tax and closed the pits. Country went bankrupt and had to borrow from the EMF.

They brought in petrol rationing and a 3 day week ??????????????

No doubt of the Tories get back in they will not abolish the 10p tax rate.
 
#18
hong_kong_fuey said:
Ffyll said:
Maybe it's 'uncool' to do this, but with low inflation, very low unemployment, lowest crime, the minimum wage, every school in the country being rebuilt or refurbished, new hospitals, shorter waiting lists and University grants for the poorest people in society, hey, I'm actually quite a fan of him. I fail to see what's he's doing wrong. Are you talking about the 10p tax band? It's a little more complicated than the Tories want it to be, you know!
Is it just me, or has anyone else caught the repellent and unmistakeable stench of Zanu Labour emanating from some of the newer site members? And who the fcuk uses the term 'uncool' nowadays?

Cnut off, you cnuting cnutflap.
My bold...Don't hold back hkf, tell the cnut what you really mean!
 

Alsacien

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#19
Ffyll said:
Maybe it's 'uncool' to do this, but with low inflation, very low unemployment, lowest crime, the minimum wage, every school in the country being rebuilt or refurbished, new hospitals, shorter waiting lists and University grants for the poorest people in society, hey, I'm actually quite a fan of him. I fail to see what's he's doing wrong. Are you talking about the 10p tax band? It's a little more complicated than the Tories want it to be, you know!
Have you been outside the castle at all recently :?
 
#20
Ffyll said:
Maybe it's 'uncool' to do this, but with low inflation, very low unemployment, lowest crime, the minimum wage, every school in the country being rebuilt or refurbished, new hospitals, shorter waiting lists and University grants for the poorest people in society, hey, I'm actually quite a fan of him. I fail to see what's he's doing wrong. Are you talking about the 10p tax band? It's a little more complicated than the Tories want it to be, you know!
Yes, of course, Minister.
 

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