yomptepi wrote: Copehead wrote:
Here's something that Mike and Toby can be rightly proud of:https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/dec/14/average-uk-worker-earn-third-less-than-2008-tuc-real-wage-report
Average UK workers earning a third less than in 2008 – report
TUC study finds London workers hit hardest with real wages down by £20,000
You can't argue with economic competence like that
Or you could hold the view that impoverishing Britons to enrich a tiny elite the is a deliberate act, in which case you would be a moron to support it if you weren't part of that elite.
Either way not easy to explain why you would support a party that has done this by design or incompetence.
You don't have any problem supporting the party that caused the financial crash, and who implemented austerity, quantitative easing and everything else which left our economy in ruins. You even have the gall to suggest a semi conscious septuagenarian has all the answers.
Even you don't believe the Labour Party caused a financial meltdown triggered by sub-prime mortgage lending in the USA, do you? Even if yo are that mad don't you think getting on for 9 years is long enough fo the Tories to be responsible for the current problems?
Labour also did not introduce "austerity" in 2010 they had a Keynsian plan in place that was working before the clown show that is the Old Etonian show took over.
Quantitative easing was a perfectly rational first line of attack on the down turn if it had been targeted correctly, of course the Tories didn't do that they targeted it straight into the pockets of the rich and then offshore because either this was the plan or they are morons.
You have the gall to suggest that Labour are responsible for this nearly 9 years after the Tories took power? I thought you Tories were the party of personal responsibility, but you are like children.
Here's another one for you to be proud of:https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/dec/13/disgrace-rising-english-homelessness-includes-120000-children
More than 24,000 people in Britain will spend the festive period sleeping rough or in cars, trains, buses or tents, according to new estimates that throw light on the scale of so-called “hidden” homelessness.
Research by the charity Crisis suggests 12,300 people are sleeping rough on the streets – the official figure is 4,751 – while a further 12,000 will spend the night in tents, cars, sheds, bins or night buses.
The figures suggest formal estimates of rough sleeping fail to capture the true scale of the problem. The Crisis figures, calculated by specialist researchers at Heriot-Watt University, suggest the number of rough sleepers in Britain has risen by 98% since 2010, and the number in tents and buses has increased by 103%.
Funny how rough sleeping explodes under Tory regimes, almost like you don't give a fuck as long as you are not effected.
That is not the behaviour of decent people.
Decent people vote Labour, time for you to do the same, much good it will do you where you live.