LMG wrote:Copehead wrote:LMG wrote:
Labour's Shadow Deputy Prime Minister Angela Rayner dodged any responsibility for Labour's contribution to the disaster.
What would that be?
Starmer's craven supporting the government in tough times act?
They appear to have abdicated their responsibility to hold the Government to account early doors but appear to have grown a collective spine more recently.
I am not making a political point, I merely observing.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m ... w-17052020
At around 37:00 and following in the show today Andrew Marr makes the point that responsibility for care home deaths rests on the shoulders of both parties due to long-term underfunding and mismanagement, and points out that care home deaths under the Labour-led government in Wales are similar.
If Raynor disagrees with Marr's interpretation she should say so, he asked her a direct question - she just completely ignores his points and carries on giving her speech, just as Gove does later on.
And how many years out of power is it before the current state of care homes is no longer your responsibility?
The Labour lead government in Wales works under the financial constraints imposed by the Government it cannot raise taxes
This attempt to spread blame after 10 years in power is infantile and just what we have come to expect from Tories who never apologise and never accept responsibility for their actions.
See that evil shitbag who posted far right content smearing Keir Starmer; not apologising for doing it but apologising for any offence caused.
Weasley shit bags the lot of them.