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No I don't, only people who want to get one up on someone mentions the Daily Mail.


Sour grapes.


If you can't have freedom of speech in the Bear garden. what's it all coming too?


Many will say the ugliest women thread is a step too far, but hey they haven't.

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I've never voted Tory in my life and never will.


Always take what the 'popular press' write with a very large pinch of salt - they all have their own axes to grind.


Whichever government is in power has very little REAL EXPERIENCE of the daily grind of life, and of the nightmare of dealing with the DWP, local council et al.

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In the UK it is right that more people are going to food banks because as times are tough, we are all having to pay back this

£1.5trillion debt personally.




Why ?? It was the Labour Government and the Finance industry that got us into this mess !!

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Strange nearly all western countries are in the same mess,no doubt thats labours fault as well!.The Tories have been bleating its all labours fault since they werent elected.Strange the deficit has increased conciderably since and nothings improved.

Living in the wild windy west of Ireland

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And a few figures

"There is currently widespread anxiety about the the UK National debt which, according to the ONS, stood at £1.084 trillion in November 2013. However, the British government also has a substantial additional burden in the form of pension liabilities, both to its former employees through the various public-sector schemes, and to retired members of the general public through the state pension.

Altogether, the UK's public-sector pension liabilities add an extra £1.2 trillion to the governments financial commitments (three-quarters of which are currently unfunded), while the liability for paying the state pension equates to £3.84 trillion. Therefore, these additional liabilities mean that the financial burden which future generations will have to pay off through their taxes is actually over five times larger than the national debt'

And no doubt thats labours fault.I dont think so.

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