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    Educating Young Voters

    A request rather than a question really.

    If every reader of PT could take the time to educate at least one young voter about the economic and social chaos a Labour Government would bring, then we would be a step closer to ensuring they do not gain power at the next election.

    Rather than sitting back and watch the chaos ensue, I have decided to actually do something, which may not be a lot, but it is something, to resist this possibility, speaking to young voters, allowing them to see through the false promises and illusions.

    Thank you

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    Give me JC over BoJo and/or Nigella any day.
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    BoJo and Nigella only care about themselves. Don't forget which Party implemented S24. I don't recall seeing it in their manifesto. The Tories are just as likely as Labour to shaft landlords. If Nigella gets any power byebye to the NHS.
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    Why are tories just as likely to shaft landlords as Labour?

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    Think big BTR corporates. They tend to be Tory party doners
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    better still get on your soap box and sprout forth, speakers corner is the starting point.

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    Douglas are you in agreement with Dom, re preference for next governing party?

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    Anything that goes in a Manifesto could be out of the window on day one in power - when ruling party gets to see the books - remember Liam Byrne's May 2010 note "I am afraid there is no money".

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    I expect we will be in such a mess politically that someone will step up to the plate we never thought about. In times of disparate crisis (which is coming) the country always finds a leader to see us through. Churchill , lloyd George,Baldwin,Thatcher and even Callaghan. Times are changing and it always throws up someone. I

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