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1 minute ago, Dr Gloom said:

Leading the charge of the anti-growth coalition 

 

When you write it out, you see how ridiculous this is. How can you tell if someone is part of the fifth column anti-growth coalition? Do they have funny hand shakes like Free Masons for instance? 

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You know times are tough when they're scaling down plans for imaginary hospitals.

 

Also, shout out to the guy in the background for his facial expression.

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43 minutes ago, Renton said:

Gan on Ang!

 

 

 

 

She's refusing to commit to working-age benefits going up in line with inflation too, something Johnson had previously committed to. 

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6 minutes ago, Craig said:

 

She's refusing to commit to working-age benefits going up in line with inflation too, something Johnson had previously committed to. 

 

They're fucked. She's stating somehow they will reduce the deficit (only been doing that for 12 years), cut taxes, induce growth, and simulatenously maintain public services. That only leaves benefits, but she can't cut the pension cos tories. So it will have to be benefits to those of working age which they promised not to. The amount of hardship that will introduce in the present climate will be off the scale. Even Gove and IDS won't support it. Braverman will of course. 

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Yeah but then Braverman is a fucking mong! And as you allude to, she's committed to making sure pensions continue to track inflation. She's truly fucking horrific. She's unbelievably, within 4 weeks, making Johnson seem like a reasonable predecessor.

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6 minutes ago, Gemmill said:

 

 

This will play well in the Red Wall. Expect Labour's poll lead to tumble in the coming days. 

 

 

 

Not sure if you are being serious or not? This shit isn't going to fool anyone. People know when they are hungry and cold. They know when they have lost their house etc. You've made this point yourself. And even by tory standards, the anti-growth coalition is a bit desperate. 

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:lol: Who do you think I am? Rayvin?! 

 

It's the most fucking absurd slogan I've ever heard. 

 

Recalibrate your sarcasm monitor btw cos IT IS FUCKED. 

 

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Is it all going to be a bit like 1992? after black Wednesday the tories never recovered in the polls despite using the 5 years up to the 1997 general election to “return the country to growth” they still got annihilated by new Labour…. :cuppa:

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You better fucking believe it's real! 

 

The war on woke is yesterday's news. Anti-growth is the latest non existent thing in the crosshairs of these batshit arseholes. 

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1 hour ago, ewerk said:

I’ve been saying for years that it’s the lack of 2 for 1 offers on Freddos that have been holding this country back.

I like how they aren’t creating growth by doing something, but by not implementing something. Or something 

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Trump had charisma and near enough parity in the polls and still lost the election with that patter. Truss is an unlikeable, unfunny charisma vacuum with a huge polling deficit. She's fucked. 

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