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PMQs: Conservative and Labour leaders on prosecutions

Theresa May say the decision to charge some people over the 1989 Hillsborough disaster would be a "day of mixed emotions" for the families. 28-06-17
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PMQs: Conservative and Labour leaders on prosecutions
Theresa May say the decision to charge some people over the 1989 Hillsborough disaster would be a "day of mixed emotions" for the families.
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Are Tony and Cherie Blair Nothing But "CHAMPAGNE SOCIALISTS"? That's utterly ridiculous. They are not and never were socialists. Their (successful) aim was to drum any socialism out of the Labour Party and to continue the monetarist policies which Thatcher started in the 1980s, with a slightly more human face. EDIT: Ralf - I did vote for the Labour candidate in the last 4 elections. In 1997 and 2001 with a genuine belief that something different might arise. In 2005 and 2010 as an anti-Conservative vote in a Labour-Conservative marginal. My 2015 vote will be geared only towards unseating the chinless Tory prat who is currently my MP. If Labour is best placed, that's how I'll vote. I do hate what Blair and Brown did to the Labour Party, but worry that the party can't see that no one is genuinely excited and convinced by what they have to offer. The only positive thing which can be said about the Labour Party is that they aren't quite as shite as the other main parties. If you want to interpret that as an unequivocal endorsement of the Labour Party, and paint me as a Labour activist, then you haven't understood a word.
Is Nicola Sturgeon deluding herself over her ability to influence Brexit negotiations? She is simply looking after Scotland's interests so that she can tell her people the truth, not 2nd hand waffle handed down. Both Labour and Conservative leaders are Scots - Why do they complain and not back Nicole in looking at an alternative should May come up short!
Do Scottish nationalists who want to escape "right wing" England realise that...? So the Conservs only got 20% but we are in the hole we are due to blind/short sighted Labour! Scotland owes it to itself to leave the mess. Those in doubt should watch PMQs Wednesdays and 'Question Time' on Thursdays!
Imagine Scotland leaves the UK: What could possibly go wrong for Scotland? Scotland has a choice which England doesn't. England is stuck with what they voted for. Nicola is offering an alternative if May gets it horribly wrong as is suspected I cannot understand why the Scottish Labour and Conservative leaders are against the idea of having an alternative, are they not both Scots!
how come the Tories never mention the enormous increase in the UK National Debt under Cameron? It is constantly at PMQs, by Millipede, but as the PM points out, it was bound to rise, it is just not rising as much as Labour would have had to. You obviously don't listen or watch many Politics Programmes, as it is about the only thing Labour bang on about, they are certainly silent on how they would reduce spending. Edit. Nice one Mr. R Swipe. Whilst you are spot on in most points, the notion that the money doesn't exist at all, is to use your own word 'Abstract' because it is there in the form of 'Wealth' which is even more abstract than is the idea of promise to pay, printed on the piece of paper you hand over to a cashier That money is both static and dynamic at one and the same time usually manges to mangle many brains. Certainly Kartl Marx was so stupid he actually thought it was totally static and that there was a fixed amount of money, and that if the Government would just move it about the people would cease to be poor, and I suspect our poster is under the same delusion lol.
Why does Scotland vote Labour so much? I think it was to avoid a conservative rule. I'm Scottish, and I can see quite clearly that Scotland avoid voting conservative simply because of what Thatcher did. It's bitter resentment, and nothing more. Scotland, though I do love it, it's my home and most of it's people are some of the friendliest you'll ever meet, does have it's flaws and one of the big flaws is that it has an extraordinary will to hold a grudge. We're still sore about the English invading centuries ago, and we're still bitter about Thatcher. Okay, she messed up north of the border, but lets face it, she was human, humans make mistakes all the time. Labour has made too many mistakes this time around and it's time we let them go. The point of voting is to do the best for one's country. Labour is NOT good for any of us right now. SNP is not much better with it's "WE WANT INDEPENDENCE" crap, and Lib dem...well there's a reason they didn't get a look in. Who's left? In this election it was a matter of choosing the lesser of four evils...I've never voted conservative before, but I truly think it would be the better choice to get Britain out of the mess Labour has gotten it into. I don't want independence. I love Britian, I have no right not to, given that my anscestors on my father's side are English and Welsh and Scottish. I think it's time Britain just grew up and stopped bickering over things long past.
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