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A decade of the Tories- the good news for a change

Discussion in 'Personal' started by ajrowing, Dec 7, 2019.

  1. Kandahar

    Kandahar Star commenter

    New Labour already began part privatisation of the NHS in 2009, and planned up to 40% to be eventually privatised.
     
  2. Scintillant

    Scintillant Star commenter

    Include CO2 from aviation & shipping, along with our imports & exports & the UK's cut in its total carbon emissions is much nearer 10%.

    Don't fall for the spin.
     
  3. afterdark

    afterdark Lead commenter

    That is not a denial of the Tories wanting to sell the NHS is it?
     
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  4. Kandahar

    Kandahar Star commenter

    There is as yet no evidence of such a Tory plan - in contrast to that of Labour.
     
  5. afterdark

    afterdark Lead commenter

    Yet? There is only so much redacting can hide.

    The dismantling and asset stripping of the NHS continues apace.
    e.g. The Naylor review being a thinly veied fire sale of NHS assets.

     
    MAGAorMIGA likes this.
  6. ajrowing

    ajrowing Lead commenter

    Not a whole lot of good news then. Ah well, it was worth a try.
     
  7. Kandahar

    Kandahar Star commenter

    More reason to Brexit and then vote in a real Green Party based on green economics (as opposed to the interlopers we have now).
     
  8. captain scarlet

    captain scarlet Established commenter

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  9. afterdark

    afterdark Lead commenter

  10. LondonCanary

    LondonCanary Star commenter

    Did you want them to stop borrowing and have proper austerity?
     
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  11. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    Do you mean the sort of austerity that hits the middle classes as hard as it hits the poor?
     
  12. LondonCanary

    LondonCanary Star commenter

    No. I mean less public spending over the past 9 years. I think the burden would be spread across middle class /working class (so last century) public sector workers in much the same way as it was
     
    Kandahar likes this.

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