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...and they’re off!

Yesterday (30th March) it was announced that Parliament had been dissolved and that the campaign for the 2015 general election was now officially underway. A few wags have commented that it was a shame Parliament hadn’t literally been dissolved in neat hydrochloric acid. 699 more words

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...and they’re off!

Yesterday (30th March) it was announced that Parliament had been dissolved and that the campaign for the 2015 general election was now officially underway. A few wags have commented that it was a shame Parliament hadn’t literally been dissolved in neat hydrochloric acid. 769 more words

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The Dichotomies of Labour

I am a traditional Labour supporter. I believe in fairness and equal opportunities for all. Just last night when interviewed by a market research company carrying out polling, I gave Labour maximum ratings as the party I am most likely to vote for in the General Election. 1,030 more words

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Rachel Reeves & 'THAT' Quote...

Like many, I was shocked and outraged when I first saw the quote from Rachel Reeves in the recent Guardian article, bearing in mind that we had discussed benefits, disability and welfare generally when she visited us in November 2014. 441 more words

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Labour and the battle on social security

I’m not sure at what point the Labour party decided people on benefits weren’t equal citizens. Perhaps Rachel Reeves can pin it down. This week, the shadow work and pensions secretary was quoted in… 331 more words

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Rachel Reeves shows how intellectually and morally bankrupt Labour are

This is a quote from Rachel Reeves, Labour’s shadow work & pensions“ secretary taken from a recent interview in the Guardian“We are not the party of people on benefits. 440 more words

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An Open Letter to Rachel Reeves: you don't need to work to be working class

Dear Rachel Reeves MP,

I have been a Labour member for four years now. I’ve got no idea how and why I’ve lasted for so long but I think I’ve got friends and comrades to thank for that. 909 more words

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