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Shouldn't we get all the development decisions deferred until after the June election? A change of government could have a major impact on such matters.

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To make it very clear, Corbyn actually supported the IRA, instead of just having talks with them.  He went on pro IRA marches, and praised dead IRA terrorists.  Sadly, the Labour Party has been infiltrated by extremists.  And, McDonnell is a Marxist, as he has publicly boasted about it. 

We would probably be better off under Labour, with my partner's disability in particular, as I am his full time carer.  However, I must put the welfare of our country first, particularly over national security matters.  It is awful times at the moment.

Christo said:

Voting record May and Corbyn with context
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2017-40111329

Economists back Labour

http://news.sky.com/story/corbyn-wins-backing-from-over-40-economis...

The manifesto is fully costed

Corbyn like others under Mrs Thatchers government before talked with Sinn Fėin and Loyalist groups to try and broker peace. These attempts failed until Labour's Mo Mowlam helped bring about the Second Good Friday's agreement, Corbyn worked under Mo Mowlam and was respected by both sides. Today Sinn Féin is the majority government in Northern Ireland.
McDonnell a Marxist? Marx wrote the first critique of Capital. After the global financial crisis in 2007/8 many economists returned to Marx and various developments in Modern Economics have taken place. Some fundamental truth in his work are accepted but his work is of course a late 18th / early 20th Century view.


I am voting Labour primarily to stop the austerity cuts that will affect our NHS, Schools, Pensions, Environment etc. And yes for my chronically ill and disabled daughter and all those who can't afford £30 to see a GP or USA style health insurance.

https://youtu.be/zpSVVgZyUBs

Maria, I have not had any Theresa May moments, non show moments, or any other moments, including her inability to stick to her policies.

What I am saying is that who ever you vote for is your choice, we live in a democracy where the rule of law and order and respect for it is the finest in the world.

IF, a B I G one, the Labour party leader was in cohort with terrorist organisations, I am sure that my now the Labour party, Labour MPs, would have disowned him. As a person he is free to say what he wishes within reason, just kike you and I, that's the beauty of freedom of speech.

If he had terrorist links, surely the security services would have leaked anything associating him to those organisations by now...

I strongly feel that the only political party that has a true social conscious, as well as the ability to stand up for the UK is the Labour party. I do not just look at a party leader, I look at the policies, and how they will be of benefit to the whole country not just a few business friends.

The only way forward is Labour in power, perhaps with alliances with the Greens, Welsh, and SNP.

Hussain, I said you had a Dianne Abbott moment.  I did not mention Theresa May at all.  You have not corrected your stance on what you said about condoning terrorism. 

I totally agree that whoever we vote for is our own personal choice, but I am free to comment on your post encouraging people to vote Labour.  I don't put up such posts in support of the Tory Party, because I dislike any bickering over politics.  Again, as you know. many Labour MPs have opposed Corbyn as leader.  And, he has supported the IRA, never condemned them, which is why M15 had him on their 'radar'. 

As for standing up for the UK Corbyn has done the opposite, by supporting Argentina over our Falkland Islands, opposing the shoot to kill policy for terrorists, and been weak concerning our national defences.  As for the SNP, they are very anti English.  I fail to see how any alliance with them would benefit us!

Hussain said:

Maria, I have not had any Theresa May moments, non show moments, or any other moments, including her inability to stick to her policies.

What I am saying is that who ever you vote for is your choice, we live in a democracy where the rule of law and order and respect for it is the finest in the world.

IF, a B I G one, the Labour party leader was in cohort with terrorist organisations, I am sure that my now the Labour party, Labour MPs, would have disowned him. As a person he is free to say what he wishes within reason, just kike you and I, that's the beauty of freedom of speech.

If he had terrorist links, surely the security services would have leaked anything associating him to those organisations by now...

I strongly feel that the only political party that has a true social conscious, as well as the ability to stand up for the UK is the Labour party. I do not just look at a party leader, I look at the policies, and how they will be of benefit to the whole country not just a few business friends.

The only way forward is Labour in power, perhaps with alliances with the Greens, Welsh, and SNP.

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