Prime Minister David Cameron to visit Eastleigh again

Daily Echo: Prime Minister David Cameron to visit Eastleigh again Prime Minister David Cameron to visit Eastleigh again

David Cameron will pay another visit to Eastleigh today as he tries to give the Conservative campaign a boost in its attempt to snatch the seat from the Liberal Democrats.

A week from polling day in the by-election triggered by disgraced Chris Huhne's resignation, the Prime Minister will hold a Cameron Direct question-and-answer session with voters in the constituency.

The exact location and time of the Prime Minister's visit has not been revealed.

The contest, pitting the Tory and Lib Dem coalition partners against each other, is seen as a key test for Mr Cameron in the kind of seat his party needs to win if he is to get an outright majority in the next general election.

It will be the second time in a week the Prime Minister has visited the area.

Last Thursday he was at B and Q headquarters in Chandler's Ford before giong canvassing for votes with Tory candidate Maria Hutchings.

 

Both parties have thrown themselves into the contest, with a string of ministers and high-profile figures filing down to Eastleigh to campaign, but there have been signs that the Lib Dems - who have a strong council presence in the area - have mobilised most effectively so far.

Mud-slinging between parties has hardly been tempered by their coalition at Westminster - a point underscored by Boris Johnson when he visited yesterday.

''I'm not in coalition with the Lib Dems - I truckle to no man,'' the Conservative Mayor of London told reporters.

''I have no pact with these great quivering jellies. I am free to say what I think.''

He said he hoped the Lib Dems enjoyed their power and their chauffeur-driven limousines because it allowed the Tories to get the policies through.

''The Lib Dems are wobbling jellies of indecision and vacillation, especially Clegg. His most spectacular contribution to British politics has been to make a U-turn on tuition fees and then make a song about it,'' Mr Johnson said.

The by-election on February 28 was called after Huhne's resigned upon admitting he perverted the course of justice. Huhne - who faces prison when he is sentenced - held the seat for the Lib Dems at the 2010 general election with a relatively small majority of 3,864.

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8:11am Thu 21 Feb 13

Linesman says...

Pinky & Porky.
Pinky & Porky. Linesman
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8:48am Thu 21 Feb 13

Vix1 says...

Does Eastleigh not have any insect repellent??
Does Eastleigh not have any insect repellent?? Vix1
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8:55am Thu 21 Feb 13

AndyAndrews says...

Desperation to support the pleasant but intellectually challenged Tory candidate who has foolishly boasted in her leaflets of being an admirer of DaveCam and his work getting the UK to the brink of a triple recession....
Desperation to support the pleasant but intellectually challenged Tory candidate who has foolishly boasted in her leaflets of being an admirer of DaveCam and his work getting the UK to the brink of a triple recession.... AndyAndrews
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9:15am Thu 21 Feb 13

arthur dalyrimple says...

is badroom tax idez is not nicee.
is badroom tax idez is not nicee. arthur dalyrimple
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9:37am Thu 21 Feb 13

griffon says...

The election is nothing less than a survival test of the Lib Dems as a party and that's why they're digging helpers from out of their graves. Their biggest hope is that Ukip do well ( at the expense of the Tories) and that Labour abstain or vote tactically even though they are the only real choice to the Lib Cons.
The election is nothing less than a survival test of the Lib Dems as a party and that's why they're digging helpers from out of their graves. Their biggest hope is that Ukip do well ( at the expense of the Tories) and that Labour abstain or vote tactically even though they are the only real choice to the Lib Cons. griffon
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9:37am Thu 21 Feb 13

griffon says...

The election is nothing less than a survival test of the Lib Dems as a party and that's why they're digging helpers from out of their graves. Their biggest hope is that Ukip do well ( at the expense of the Tories) and that Labour abstain or vote tactically even though they are the only real choice to the Lib Cons.
The election is nothing less than a survival test of the Lib Dems as a party and that's why they're digging helpers from out of their graves. Their biggest hope is that Ukip do well ( at the expense of the Tories) and that Labour abstain or vote tactically even though they are the only real choice to the Lib Cons. griffon
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9:53am Thu 21 Feb 13

Outside of the Box says...

Got to love Boris, his wonderful quote about the Lib Dems describing them as wobbling jellies and Clegg's most spectacular contribution to British politics has been to make a U-turn on tuition fees and making a song about it, is classic, he is the only Tory I've ever liked, I would hate to be his enemy if that's what he thinks about his friends.

As for the idiot CaMoron's visit, I'd rather have Grime Reaper and the four Horseman knock my door than Mrs Piggy and Waldorf
Got to love Boris, his wonderful quote about the Lib Dems describing them as wobbling jellies and Clegg's most spectacular contribution to British politics has been to make a U-turn on tuition fees and making a song about it, is classic, he is the only Tory I've ever liked, I would hate to be his enemy if that's what he thinks about his friends. As for the idiot CaMoron's visit, I'd rather have Grime Reaper and the four Horseman knock my door than Mrs Piggy and Waldorf Outside of the Box
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10:02am Thu 21 Feb 13

LancashireLad says...

Reject these three PC liberal parties; liberal Conservatives, wishy washy Liberal Democrats and the hypocritical intolerant Champagne Socialists. Labour:... all three are very much Pro EU continued membership, continued false green taxes on fuel and domestic energy with prices going through the roof and thousands of people dying of cold in their own homes unable to afford extortionate prices of gas & electricity, all three pro gay marriage and social engineering through their so called equality bill where some people are more equal than others; especially if they belong to a certain militant minority, which the majority must bow down to.Who cares about the ordinary people? the silent majority, the nation's interests ahead of the EU gravy train for the few? Yes there is only one party who is in touch with the people of Eastleigh and the Nation, that is the UK Independence Party, vote for their excellent candidate Diane James and make history in Eastleigh. It's time to shake up the cosy liberal club of Con/LibDem & Lab. Don't be fooled again by these false glib speaking liberals, vote for Nigel FARAGE and UKIP
Reject these three PC liberal parties; liberal Conservatives, wishy washy Liberal Democrats and the hypocritical intolerant Champagne Socialists. Labour:... all three are very much Pro EU continued membership, continued false green taxes on fuel and domestic energy with prices going through the roof and thousands of people dying of cold in their own homes unable to afford extortionate prices of gas & electricity, all three pro gay marriage and social engineering through their so called equality bill where some people are more equal than others; especially if they belong to a certain militant minority, which the majority must bow down to.Who cares about the ordinary people? the silent majority, the nation's interests ahead of the EU gravy train for the few? Yes there is only one party who is in touch with the people of Eastleigh and the Nation, that is the UK Independence Party, vote for their excellent candidate Diane James and make history in Eastleigh. It's time to shake up the cosy liberal club of Con/LibDem & Lab. Don't be fooled again by these false glib speaking liberals, vote for Nigel FARAGE and UKIP LancashireLad
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10:21am Thu 21 Feb 13

George4th says...

I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.
I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise. George4th
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10:25am Thu 21 Feb 13

Ben Durutti says...

LancashireLad wrote:
Reject these three PC liberal parties; liberal Conservatives, wishy washy Liberal Democrats and the hypocritical intolerant Champagne Socialists. Labour:... all three are very much Pro EU continued membership, continued false green taxes on fuel and domestic energy with prices going through the roof and thousands of people dying of cold in their own homes unable to afford extortionate prices of gas & electricity, all three pro gay marriage and social engineering through their so called equality bill where some people are more equal than others; especially if they belong to a certain militant minority, which the majority must bow down to.Who cares about the ordinary people? the silent majority, the nation's interests ahead of the EU gravy train for the few? Yes there is only one party who is in touch with the people of Eastleigh and the Nation, that is the UK Independence Party, vote for their excellent candidate Diane James and make history in Eastleigh. It's time to shake up the cosy liberal club of Con/LibDem & Lab. Don't be fooled again by these false glib speaking liberals, vote for Nigel FARAGE and UKIP
Hell would freeze over before I voted for bigoted little Englanders like UKIP.
[quote][p][bold]LancashireLad[/bold] wrote: Reject these three PC liberal parties; liberal Conservatives, wishy washy Liberal Democrats and the hypocritical intolerant Champagne Socialists. Labour:... all three are very much Pro EU continued membership, continued false green taxes on fuel and domestic energy with prices going through the roof and thousands of people dying of cold in their own homes unable to afford extortionate prices of gas & electricity, all three pro gay marriage and social engineering through their so called equality bill where some people are more equal than others; especially if they belong to a certain militant minority, which the majority must bow down to.Who cares about the ordinary people? the silent majority, the nation's interests ahead of the EU gravy train for the few? Yes there is only one party who is in touch with the people of Eastleigh and the Nation, that is the UK Independence Party, vote for their excellent candidate Diane James and make history in Eastleigh. It's time to shake up the cosy liberal club of Con/LibDem & Lab. Don't be fooled again by these false glib speaking liberals, vote for Nigel FARAGE and UKIP[/p][/quote]Hell would freeze over before I voted for bigoted little Englanders like UKIP. Ben Durutti
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10:26am Thu 21 Feb 13

Vix1 says...

George4th, with regard to the care of his son, isn't that what most parents would do??!!! I know I would lay down my life for my daughter, but that doesn't make me a good politician or prime minister. He isn't a good man when it comes to taking from the poor and making the fat cats fatter!!!
George4th, with regard to the care of his son, isn't that what most parents would do??!!! I know I would lay down my life for my daughter, but that doesn't make me a good politician or prime minister. He isn't a good man when it comes to taking from the poor and making the fat cats fatter!!! Vix1
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10:37am Thu 21 Feb 13

Ben Durutti says...

Very easy for Cameron to say "we are all in this together" when he comes from a long line of millionaires.
Very easy for Cameron to say "we are all in this together" when he comes from a long line of millionaires. Ben Durutti
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10:51am Thu 21 Feb 13

LancashireLad says...

Vix1 wrote:
George4th, with regard to the care of his son, isn't that what most parents would do??!!! I know I would lay down my life for my daughter, but that doesn't make me a good politician or prime minister. He isn't a good man when it comes to taking from the poor and making the fat cats fatter!!!
Well said Vix these tory toff wouldn't know a working class peson if they fell over them.... they have no understanding of how difficult it is at the moment for millions of young unemployed people, long term sick and disabled or the elderly and the poor who are too frightened to use their cars if they have one , so they have spent the winter months trapped in their homes in freezing tempratures too frightened to use their heating, because of the profiteering by the big six energy companies with massive increase in profits year on year...it is estimated more than 20,000 people will have died in their homes this winter due to the cold. But did New Labour or The Conservative ? Lib Dems have anything to say about this, no they say and do nothing, telling the lie we must pay these extortionate prices to save the planet, justyfying their 'air- brained' wind farms and other ridiculous energy projects that all cost us far more than they contribute. The three liberal parties meanwhile just wring their hands in pretend dispair and try and tell the poor and the elderly there is nothing we can do, the regulator OFGEM is powerless to act. So who really cares about the ordinary people in these difficult times? Certainly not Messrs: Cameron. Osborne, Clegg or Milliband ( On the Contary the bully Tory toffs of Cameron , Osborne and IDS taking it in turns to kick the working class as it makes for good headlines in the Sun...all three liberal parties are all too happy to see the nations money poured into the EU bottom less pit and then have the gall to say it is good for us! Vote for the only party that is shouting from the rooftops the real truth and talking the language of the man and women on the street. Vote for Nigel Farage and UKIP... the only party with the courage to tell us as it really is... it is time for a change in Eastleigh and the Nation, make history vote for Diane James.
[quote][p][bold]Vix1[/bold] wrote: George4th, with regard to the care of his son, isn't that what most parents would do??!!! I know I would lay down my life for my daughter, but that doesn't make me a good politician or prime minister. He isn't a good man when it comes to taking from the poor and making the fat cats fatter!!![/p][/quote]Well said Vix these tory toff wouldn't know a working class peson if they fell over them.... they have no understanding of how difficult it is at the moment for millions of young unemployed people, long term sick and disabled or the elderly and the poor who are too frightened to use their cars if they have one , so they have spent the winter months trapped in their homes in freezing tempratures too frightened to use their heating, because of the profiteering by the big six energy companies with massive increase in profits year on year...it is estimated more than 20,000 people will have died in their homes this winter due to the cold. But did New Labour or The Conservative ? Lib Dems have anything to say about this, no they say and do nothing, telling the lie we must pay these extortionate prices to save the planet, justyfying their 'air- brained' wind farms and other ridiculous energy projects that all cost us far more than they contribute. The three liberal parties meanwhile just wring their hands in pretend dispair and try and tell the poor and the elderly there is nothing we can do, the regulator OFGEM is powerless to act. So who really cares about the ordinary people in these difficult times? Certainly not Messrs: Cameron. Osborne, Clegg or Milliband ( On the Contary the bully Tory toffs of Cameron , Osborne and IDS taking it in turns to kick the working class as it makes for good headlines in the Sun...all three liberal parties are all too happy to see the nations money poured into the EU bottom less pit and then have the gall to say it is good for us! Vote for the only party that is shouting from the rooftops the real truth and talking the language of the man and women on the street. Vote for Nigel Farage and UKIP... the only party with the courage to tell us as it really is... it is time for a change in Eastleigh and the Nation, make history vote for Diane James. LancashireLad
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10:54am Thu 21 Feb 13

garethsmith72 says...

The visit of cameron also gets Maria out the excellant debate on Radio 5 detabte that's on at the moment with all the runners and riders expect Maria.being present.
The visit of cameron also gets Maria out the excellant debate on Radio 5 detabte that's on at the moment with all the runners and riders expect Maria.being present. garethsmith72
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11:04am Thu 21 Feb 13

Ben Durutti says...

LancashireLad wrote:
Vix1 wrote: George4th, with regard to the care of his son, isn't that what most parents would do??!!! I know I would lay down my life for my daughter, but that doesn't make me a good politician or prime minister. He isn't a good man when it comes to taking from the poor and making the fat cats fatter!!!
Well said Vix these tory toff wouldn't know a working class peson if they fell over them.... they have no understanding of how difficult it is at the moment for millions of young unemployed people, long term sick and disabled or the elderly and the poor who are too frightened to use their cars if they have one , so they have spent the winter months trapped in their homes in freezing tempratures too frightened to use their heating, because of the profiteering by the big six energy companies with massive increase in profits year on year...it is estimated more than 20,000 people will have died in their homes this winter due to the cold. But did New Labour or The Conservative ? Lib Dems have anything to say about this, no they say and do nothing, telling the lie we must pay these extortionate prices to save the planet, justyfying their 'air- brained' wind farms and other ridiculous energy projects that all cost us far more than they contribute. The three liberal parties meanwhile just wring their hands in pretend dispair and try and tell the poor and the elderly there is nothing we can do, the regulator OFGEM is powerless to act. So who really cares about the ordinary people in these difficult times? Certainly not Messrs: Cameron. Osborne, Clegg or Milliband ( On the Contary the bully Tory toffs of Cameron , Osborne and IDS taking it in turns to kick the working class as it makes for good headlines in the Sun...all three liberal parties are all too happy to see the nations money poured into the EU bottom less pit and then have the gall to say it is good for us! Vote for the only party that is shouting from the rooftops the real truth and talking the language of the man and women on the street. Vote for Nigel Farage and UKIP... the only party with the courage to tell us as it really is... it is time for a change in Eastleigh and the Nation, make history vote for Diane James.
Tory Toff? That'll be Nigel Farage then.
[quote][p][bold]LancashireLad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Vix1[/bold] wrote: George4th, with regard to the care of his son, isn't that what most parents would do??!!! I know I would lay down my life for my daughter, but that doesn't make me a good politician or prime minister. He isn't a good man when it comes to taking from the poor and making the fat cats fatter!!![/p][/quote]Well said Vix these tory toff wouldn't know a working class peson if they fell over them.... they have no understanding of how difficult it is at the moment for millions of young unemployed people, long term sick and disabled or the elderly and the poor who are too frightened to use their cars if they have one , so they have spent the winter months trapped in their homes in freezing tempratures too frightened to use their heating, because of the profiteering by the big six energy companies with massive increase in profits year on year...it is estimated more than 20,000 people will have died in their homes this winter due to the cold. But did New Labour or The Conservative ? Lib Dems have anything to say about this, no they say and do nothing, telling the lie we must pay these extortionate prices to save the planet, justyfying their 'air- brained' wind farms and other ridiculous energy projects that all cost us far more than they contribute. The three liberal parties meanwhile just wring their hands in pretend dispair and try and tell the poor and the elderly there is nothing we can do, the regulator OFGEM is powerless to act. So who really cares about the ordinary people in these difficult times? Certainly not Messrs: Cameron. Osborne, Clegg or Milliband ( On the Contary the bully Tory toffs of Cameron , Osborne and IDS taking it in turns to kick the working class as it makes for good headlines in the Sun...all three liberal parties are all too happy to see the nations money poured into the EU bottom less pit and then have the gall to say it is good for us! Vote for the only party that is shouting from the rooftops the real truth and talking the language of the man and women on the street. Vote for Nigel Farage and UKIP... the only party with the courage to tell us as it really is... it is time for a change in Eastleigh and the Nation, make history vote for Diane James.[/p][/quote]Tory Toff? That'll be Nigel Farage then. Ben Durutti
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11:10am Thu 21 Feb 13

Outside of the Box says...

George4th wrote:
I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.
Like any decent man would do for his child.

What he's doing to other children is more important, forcing children to live in poverty countrywide, not with benefit changes but with changes to working tax and child tax credits, forcing working families in poverty, whilst giving a 5% tax break to millionaires (oh he's one of those as well) is what I judge this man and his party on.

Using the ''I'm a family man who looks after my own son'' is no reason to vote for or judge someone.
[quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.[/p][/quote]Like any decent man would do for his child. What he's doing to other children is more important, forcing children to live in poverty countrywide, not with benefit changes but with changes to working tax and child tax credits, forcing working families in poverty, whilst giving a 5% tax break to millionaires (oh he's one of those as well) is what I judge this man and his party on. Using the ''I'm a family man who looks after my own son'' is no reason to vote for or judge someone. Outside of the Box
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11:14am Thu 21 Feb 13

arthur dalyrimple says...

Outside of the Box wrote:
George4th wrote:
I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.
Like any decent man would do for his child.

What he's doing to other children is more important, forcing children to live in poverty countrywide, not with benefit changes but with changes to working tax and child tax credits, forcing working families in poverty, whilst giving a 5% tax break to millionaires (oh he's one of those as well) is what I judge this man and his party on.

Using the ''I'm a family man who looks after my own son'' is no reason to vote for or judge someone.
this fellow suffers from a bad case of plebitis ,.
[quote][p][bold]Outside of the Box[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.[/p][/quote]Like any decent man would do for his child. What he's doing to other children is more important, forcing children to live in poverty countrywide, not with benefit changes but with changes to working tax and child tax credits, forcing working families in poverty, whilst giving a 5% tax break to millionaires (oh he's one of those as well) is what I judge this man and his party on. Using the ''I'm a family man who looks after my own son'' is no reason to vote for or judge someone.[/p][/quote]this fellow suffers from a bad case of plebitis ,. arthur dalyrimple
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11:30am Thu 21 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

George4th wrote:
I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.
It is a pity he doesn't stretch his dedication to all of the other unfortunates he seems to want to mess about with. Robbing the poor to feed the rich.
[quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.[/p][/quote]It is a pity he doesn't stretch his dedication to all of the other unfortunates he seems to want to mess about with. Robbing the poor to feed the rich. OSPREYSAINT
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11:31am Thu 21 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

A simple question to ask of each of the candidates standing: what are your party's plans for dealing with the deficit and promoting growth? Any candidate for whom that is not the priority or who reckons they have a 'magic bullet' cure isn't worth wasting a vote on. It is the priority and there is no magic bullet.
A simple question to ask of each of the candidates standing: what are your party's plans for dealing with the deficit and promoting growth? Any candidate for whom that is not the priority or who reckons they have a 'magic bullet' cure isn't worth wasting a vote on. It is the priority and there is no magic bullet. Stephen J
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11:37am Thu 21 Feb 13

griffon says...

It's a two horse race-Tweedle Dave or Tweedle Nick.
It's a two horse race-Tweedle Dave or Tweedle Nick. griffon
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12:17pm Thu 21 Feb 13

George4th says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
George4th wrote:
I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.
It is a pity he doesn't stretch his dedication to all of the other unfortunates he seems to want to mess about with. Robbing the poor to feed the rich.
Interesting how the replies focus on Cameron (Incorrectly, given that it is a coalition government!).....No one said a word about Hutchings.....!
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As for the "unfortunates" - wasn't it the last Labour reign that managed to widen the gap between the have and the have nots? Seems to me you're targeting the wrong Parties! Besides, there are now more people employed than ever in history!
If you want to blame anyone, blame Labour for 13 years of mismanagement and total incompetence - ruining the future for our young and generations to come........
>
I prefer to judge people by their personal behaviour and actions and what they do for other people.......
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.[/p][/quote]It is a pity he doesn't stretch his dedication to all of the other unfortunates he seems to want to mess about with. Robbing the poor to feed the rich.[/p][/quote]Interesting how the replies focus on Cameron (Incorrectly, given that it is a coalition government!).....No one said a word about Hutchings.....! > As for the "unfortunates" - wasn't it the last Labour reign that managed to widen the gap between the have and the have nots? Seems to me you're targeting the wrong Parties! Besides, there are now more people employed than ever in history! If you want to blame anyone, blame Labour for 13 years of mismanagement and total incompetence - ruining the future for our young and generations to come........ > I prefer to judge people by their personal behaviour and actions and what they do for other people....... George4th
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12:33pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Ben Durutti says...

The replies are focussing on Cameron because this is a story about his visit to Eastleigh!
The replies are focussing on Cameron because this is a story about his visit to Eastleigh! Ben Durutti
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12:33pm Thu 21 Feb 13

southy says...

Stephen J wrote:
A simple question to ask of each of the candidates standing: what are your party's plans for dealing with the deficit and promoting growth? Any candidate for whom that is not the priority or who reckons they have a 'magic bullet' cure isn't worth wasting a vote on. It is the priority and there is no magic bullet.
Try telling that to UKIP. The only difference between UKIP and the Torys are, Ukip offers the EU vote (but so do other partys), And UKIP is more Far Right Wing than the 3 main partys, the difference between UKIP and the BNP is that UKIP haves a suit.
UKIP will vote with this Government, which will be not good to the ordinary people.

The cure for the UK problem is take an example from Iceland and follow there lead.

Cures for UK problem.

Bring back each trade to stick to there own trade in the work place. (do away with multi-trade)
rebuild a nationalise industary, where the profits go towards helping the country.
Reduce the retirement age to 55 (but let it be a choice weather to carry on working pass 55).
Reduce the working week to 30 hours (with out losing the power of earnings).
*Doing all above would create more jobs than there is unemployed.
Put back the finance strictions, put a stop to the super rich hoarding in off shore tax free banking. (this alone would bring in £120 billion in Tax revenue each year).
Close all tax loop holes, or remove the laws that create tax loop holes.
Replace Council Tax with the Rates system or add in more bands to council tax (even if it means running from A to Z).
Allow the Post Office to have there own Banking again.
Remove Expenses sheet that Thatcher interduce, and cut all MP'S and Lord's wages in half, if they need to employ staff then let it be the thier party pays for the staff that is needed, like it use to be before Thatcher mess about with and change things.
Traveling by MP's and Lord's only free when using public state transport, and other type of traveling and they pay for it.
Build tower block for MP's and Lord's to stay in free if they need to stay close to government.

These are just some of the ideas that can be done, to get rid of the national debt, getting the country out of the recession
[quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: A simple question to ask of each of the candidates standing: what are your party's plans for dealing with the deficit and promoting growth? Any candidate for whom that is not the priority or who reckons they have a 'magic bullet' cure isn't worth wasting a vote on. It is the priority and there is no magic bullet.[/p][/quote]Try telling that to UKIP. The only difference between UKIP and the Torys are, Ukip offers the EU vote (but so do other partys), And UKIP is more Far Right Wing than the 3 main partys, the difference between UKIP and the BNP is that UKIP haves a suit. UKIP will vote with this Government, which will be not good to the ordinary people. The cure for the UK problem is take an example from Iceland and follow there lead. Cures for UK problem. Bring back each trade to stick to there own trade in the work place. (do away with multi-trade) rebuild a nationalise industary, where the profits go towards helping the country. Reduce the retirement age to 55 (but let it be a choice weather to carry on working pass 55). Reduce the working week to 30 hours (with out losing the power of earnings). *Doing all above would create more jobs than there is unemployed. Put back the finance strictions, put a stop to the super rich hoarding in off shore tax free banking. (this alone would bring in £120 billion in Tax revenue each year). Close all tax loop holes, or remove the laws that create tax loop holes. Replace Council Tax with the Rates system or add in more bands to council tax (even if it means running from A to Z). Allow the Post Office to have there own Banking again. Remove Expenses sheet that Thatcher interduce, and cut all MP'S and Lord's wages in half, if they need to employ staff then let it be the thier party pays for the staff that is needed, like it use to be before Thatcher mess about with and change things. Traveling by MP's and Lord's only free when using public state transport, and other type of traveling and they pay for it. Build tower block for MP's and Lord's to stay in free if they need to stay close to government. These are just some of the ideas that can be done, to get rid of the national debt, getting the country out of the recession southy
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12:38pm Thu 21 Feb 13

George4th says...

Ben Durutti wrote:
The replies are focussing on Cameron because this is a story about his visit to Eastleigh!
Replies to my original comment.............
[quote][p][bold]Ben Durutti[/bold] wrote: The replies are focussing on Cameron because this is a story about his visit to Eastleigh![/p][/quote]Replies to my original comment............. George4th
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12:43pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Shoong says...

southy wrote:
Stephen J wrote:
A simple question to ask of each of the candidates standing: what are your party's plans for dealing with the deficit and promoting growth? Any candidate for whom that is not the priority or who reckons they have a 'magic bullet' cure isn't worth wasting a vote on. It is the priority and there is no magic bullet.
Try telling that to UKIP. The only difference between UKIP and the Torys are, Ukip offers the EU vote (but so do other partys), And UKIP is more Far Right Wing than the 3 main partys, the difference between UKIP and the BNP is that UKIP haves a suit.
UKIP will vote with this Government, which will be not good to the ordinary people.

The cure for the UK problem is take an example from Iceland and follow there lead.

Cures for UK problem.

Bring back each trade to stick to there own trade in the work place. (do away with multi-trade)
rebuild a nationalise industary, where the profits go towards helping the country.
Reduce the retirement age to 55 (but let it be a choice weather to carry on working pass 55).
Reduce the working week to 30 hours (with out losing the power of earnings).
*Doing all above would create more jobs than there is unemployed.
Put back the finance strictions, put a stop to the super rich hoarding in off shore tax free banking. (this alone would bring in £120 billion in Tax revenue each year).
Close all tax loop holes, or remove the laws that create tax loop holes.
Replace Council Tax with the Rates system or add in more bands to council tax (even if it means running from A to Z).
Allow the Post Office to have there own Banking again.
Remove Expenses sheet that Thatcher interduce, and cut all MP'S and Lord's wages in half, if they need to employ staff then let it be the thier party pays for the staff that is needed, like it use to be before Thatcher mess about with and change things.
Traveling by MP's and Lord's only free when using public state transport, and other type of traveling and they pay for it.
Build tower block for MP's and Lord's to stay in free if they need to stay close to government.

These are just some of the ideas that can be done, to get rid of the national debt, getting the country out of the recession
You forgot 'Must be willfully ignorant of reality..'
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: A simple question to ask of each of the candidates standing: what are your party's plans for dealing with the deficit and promoting growth? Any candidate for whom that is not the priority or who reckons they have a 'magic bullet' cure isn't worth wasting a vote on. It is the priority and there is no magic bullet.[/p][/quote]Try telling that to UKIP. The only difference between UKIP and the Torys are, Ukip offers the EU vote (but so do other partys), And UKIP is more Far Right Wing than the 3 main partys, the difference between UKIP and the BNP is that UKIP haves a suit. UKIP will vote with this Government, which will be not good to the ordinary people. The cure for the UK problem is take an example from Iceland and follow there lead. Cures for UK problem. Bring back each trade to stick to there own trade in the work place. (do away with multi-trade) rebuild a nationalise industary, where the profits go towards helping the country. Reduce the retirement age to 55 (but let it be a choice weather to carry on working pass 55). Reduce the working week to 30 hours (with out losing the power of earnings). *Doing all above would create more jobs than there is unemployed. Put back the finance strictions, put a stop to the super rich hoarding in off shore tax free banking. (this alone would bring in £120 billion in Tax revenue each year). Close all tax loop holes, or remove the laws that create tax loop holes. Replace Council Tax with the Rates system or add in more bands to council tax (even if it means running from A to Z). Allow the Post Office to have there own Banking again. Remove Expenses sheet that Thatcher interduce, and cut all MP'S and Lord's wages in half, if they need to employ staff then let it be the thier party pays for the staff that is needed, like it use to be before Thatcher mess about with and change things. Traveling by MP's and Lord's only free when using public state transport, and other type of traveling and they pay for it. Build tower block for MP's and Lord's to stay in free if they need to stay close to government. These are just some of the ideas that can be done, to get rid of the national debt, getting the country out of the recession[/p][/quote]You forgot 'Must be willfully ignorant of reality..' Shoong
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12:44pm Thu 21 Feb 13

southy says...

George4th wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
George4th wrote:
I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.
It is a pity he doesn't stretch his dedication to all of the other unfortunates he seems to want to mess about with. Robbing the poor to feed the rich.
Interesting how the replies focus on Cameron (Incorrectly, given that it is a coalition government!).....No one said a word about Hutchings.....!
>
As for the "unfortunates" - wasn't it the last Labour reign that managed to widen the gap between the have and the have nots? Seems to me you're targeting the wrong Parties! Besides, there are now more people employed than ever in history!
If you want to blame anyone, blame Labour for 13 years of mismanagement and total incompetence - ruining the future for our young and generations to come........
>
I prefer to judge people by their personal behaviour and actions and what they do for other people.......
Did not the Labour Party carry on with Torys Thatchers Government Policy.
Blair did say there would be no change in Thatcher Policy.
so they only carried on with the Capitalist system that you like so well.
[quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.[/p][/quote]It is a pity he doesn't stretch his dedication to all of the other unfortunates he seems to want to mess about with. Robbing the poor to feed the rich.[/p][/quote]Interesting how the replies focus on Cameron (Incorrectly, given that it is a coalition government!).....No one said a word about Hutchings.....! > As for the "unfortunates" - wasn't it the last Labour reign that managed to widen the gap between the have and the have nots? Seems to me you're targeting the wrong Parties! Besides, there are now more people employed than ever in history! If you want to blame anyone, blame Labour for 13 years of mismanagement and total incompetence - ruining the future for our young and generations to come........ > I prefer to judge people by their personal behaviour and actions and what they do for other people.......[/p][/quote]Did not the Labour Party carry on with Torys Thatchers Government Policy. Blair did say there would be no change in Thatcher Policy. so they only carried on with the Capitalist system that you like so well. southy
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12:58pm Thu 21 Feb 13

southy says...

What would be a good idea is to have an open air hustings in most public space going, with each candidate taking part in though out the day.
What would be a good idea is to have an open air hustings in most public space going, with each candidate taking part in though out the day. southy
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1:04pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

southy wrote:
What would be a good idea is to have an open air hustings in most public space going, with each candidate taking part in though out the day.
Seriously? You think that people listening to Daz Procter monotonously rambling on would help your cause?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: What would be a good idea is to have an open air hustings in most public space going, with each candidate taking part in though out the day.[/p][/quote]Seriously? You think that people listening to Daz Procter monotonously rambling on would help your cause? Stephen J
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1:05pm Thu 21 Feb 13

ohec says...

griffon wrote:
It's a two horse race-Tweedle Dave or Tweedle Nick.
Or you could make your vote count and vote UKIP.
[quote][p][bold]griffon[/bold] wrote: It's a two horse race-Tweedle Dave or Tweedle Nick.[/p][/quote]Or you could make your vote count and vote UKIP. ohec
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1:12pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Outside of the Box says...

arthur dalyrimple wrote:
Outside of the Box wrote:
George4th wrote:
I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.
Like any decent man would do for his child.

What he's doing to other children is more important, forcing children to live in poverty countrywide, not with benefit changes but with changes to working tax and child tax credits, forcing working families in poverty, whilst giving a 5% tax break to millionaires (oh he's one of those as well) is what I judge this man and his party on.

Using the ''I'm a family man who looks after my own son'' is no reason to vote for or judge someone.
this fellow suffers from a bad case of plebitis ,.
You can call me what you like, that facts remain the same, cases of child poverty in the UK & Southampton have risen under the Tory led coalition, Natioanally 53% of child children classed by this Government as living in poverty are from families who have parents living at home and they're both working, the working and child tax credits system put in place to encourage parents to return has penalised those parents by reducing the amount financial support they get the from the working and child tax credits payment system.

The Government passed in the budget a 5% deduction for people with over a million pounds in savings.

Both facts from a pleb
[quote][p][bold]arthur dalyrimple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Outside of the Box[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I judge people by their actions, behaviour and what they do for other people. David Cameron showed what a good man he is with his dedication to his disabled son. Maria Hutchings likewise.[/p][/quote]Like any decent man would do for his child. What he's doing to other children is more important, forcing children to live in poverty countrywide, not with benefit changes but with changes to working tax and child tax credits, forcing working families in poverty, whilst giving a 5% tax break to millionaires (oh he's one of those as well) is what I judge this man and his party on. Using the ''I'm a family man who looks after my own son'' is no reason to vote for or judge someone.[/p][/quote]this fellow suffers from a bad case of plebitis ,.[/p][/quote]You can call me what you like, that facts remain the same, cases of child poverty in the UK & Southampton have risen under the Tory led coalition, Natioanally 53% of child children classed by this Government as living in poverty are from families who have parents living at home and they're both working, the working and child tax credits system put in place to encourage parents to return has penalised those parents by reducing the amount financial support they get the from the working and child tax credits payment system. The Government passed in the budget a 5% deduction for people with over a million pounds in savings. Both facts from a pleb Outside of the Box
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2:01pm Thu 21 Feb 13

roy may says...

Cameron's all in it together
The LiCons have anounced a ONE OFF grant fo bionic limbs for wounded service men. However we pay their mates in Brussels £50000000a day.
Clegg has today said that the Government have estimated the number of Rumanian and Bulgarians due in 2014 but has refused to tell us the estimated numbers.
These immigrants MUST be given all benefits under EU and Human Rights Laws. That includes being put on the Housing list and if their needs are considered more important than locals, They will get priority. All this talk of restricting benefits is bull***t. They know it we know it and whats more they know we know it. If we canot even deport terorists under EU/Human rights laws, there is NO WAY we can refuse benefits to any member of an EU country. That would be a RACIST act and we all know that racism is illegal

VOTE UKIP
Cameron's all in it together The LiCons have anounced a ONE OFF grant fo bionic limbs for wounded service men. However we pay their mates in Brussels £50000000a day. Clegg has today said that the Government have estimated the number of Rumanian and Bulgarians due in 2014 but has refused to tell us the estimated numbers. These immigrants MUST be given all benefits under EU and Human Rights Laws. That includes being put on the Housing list and if their needs are considered more important than locals, They will get priority. All this talk of restricting benefits is bull***t. They know it we know it and whats more they know we know it. If we canot even deport terorists under EU/Human rights laws, there is NO WAY we can refuse benefits to any member of an EU country. That would be a RACIST act and we all know that racism is illegal VOTE UKIP roy may
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2:01pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

southy wrote:
Stephen J wrote:
A simple question to ask of each of the candidates standing: what are your party's plans for dealing with the deficit and promoting growth? Any candidate for whom that is not the priority or who reckons they have a 'magic bullet' cure isn't worth wasting a vote on. It is the priority and there is no magic bullet.
Try telling that to UKIP. The only difference between UKIP and the Torys are, Ukip offers the EU vote (but so do other partys), And UKIP is more Far Right Wing than the 3 main partys, the difference between UKIP and the BNP is that UKIP haves a suit.
UKIP will vote with this Government, which will be not good to the ordinary people.

The cure for the UK problem is take an example from Iceland and follow there lead.

Cures for UK problem.

Bring back each trade to stick to there own trade in the work place. (do away with multi-trade)
rebuild a nationalise industary, where the profits go towards helping the country.
Reduce the retirement age to 55 (but let it be a choice weather to carry on working pass 55).
Reduce the working week to 30 hours (with out losing the power of earnings).
*Doing all above would create more jobs than there is unemployed.
Put back the finance strictions, put a stop to the super rich hoarding in off shore tax free banking. (this alone would bring in £120 billion in Tax revenue each year).
Close all tax loop holes, or remove the laws that create tax loop holes.
Replace Council Tax with the Rates system or add in more bands to council tax (even if it means running from A to Z).
Allow the Post Office to have there own Banking again.
Remove Expenses sheet that Thatcher interduce, and cut all MP'S and Lord's wages in half, if they need to employ staff then let it be the thier party pays for the staff that is needed, like it use to be before Thatcher mess about with and change things.
Traveling by MP's and Lord's only free when using public state transport, and other type of traveling and they pay for it.
Build tower block for MP's and Lord's to stay in free if they need to stay close to government.

These are just some of the ideas that can be done, to get rid of the national debt, getting the country out of the recession
In just four measures you've cured unemployment. In just one more, you've cured the cuts. No need to go on. You make my point very clearly. And I note your change of tone about MPs' expenses.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: A simple question to ask of each of the candidates standing: what are your party's plans for dealing with the deficit and promoting growth? Any candidate for whom that is not the priority or who reckons they have a 'magic bullet' cure isn't worth wasting a vote on. It is the priority and there is no magic bullet.[/p][/quote]Try telling that to UKIP. The only difference between UKIP and the Torys are, Ukip offers the EU vote (but so do other partys), And UKIP is more Far Right Wing than the 3 main partys, the difference between UKIP and the BNP is that UKIP haves a suit. UKIP will vote with this Government, which will be not good to the ordinary people. The cure for the UK problem is take an example from Iceland and follow there lead. Cures for UK problem. Bring back each trade to stick to there own trade in the work place. (do away with multi-trade) rebuild a nationalise industary, where the profits go towards helping the country. Reduce the retirement age to 55 (but let it be a choice weather to carry on working pass 55). Reduce the working week to 30 hours (with out losing the power of earnings). *Doing all above would create more jobs than there is unemployed. Put back the finance strictions, put a stop to the super rich hoarding in off shore tax free banking. (this alone would bring in £120 billion in Tax revenue each year). Close all tax loop holes, or remove the laws that create tax loop holes. Replace Council Tax with the Rates system or add in more bands to council tax (even if it means running from A to Z). Allow the Post Office to have there own Banking again. Remove Expenses sheet that Thatcher interduce, and cut all MP'S and Lord's wages in half, if they need to employ staff then let it be the thier party pays for the staff that is needed, like it use to be before Thatcher mess about with and change things. Traveling by MP's and Lord's only free when using public state transport, and other type of traveling and they pay for it. Build tower block for MP's and Lord's to stay in free if they need to stay close to government. These are just some of the ideas that can be done, to get rid of the national debt, getting the country out of the recession[/p][/quote]In just four measures you've cured unemployment. In just one more, you've cured the cuts. No need to go on. You make my point very clearly. And I note your change of tone about MPs' expenses. Stephen J
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2:16pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

roy may wrote:
Cameron's all in it together
The LiCons have anounced a ONE OFF grant fo bionic limbs for wounded service men. However we pay their mates in Brussels £50000000a day.
Clegg has today said that the Government have estimated the number of Rumanian and Bulgarians due in 2014 but has refused to tell us the estimated numbers.
These immigrants MUST be given all benefits under EU and Human Rights Laws. That includes being put on the Housing list and if their needs are considered more important than locals, They will get priority. All this talk of restricting benefits is bull***t. They know it we know it and whats more they know we know it. If we canot even deport terorists under EU/Human rights laws, there is NO WAY we can refuse benefits to any member of an EU country. That would be a RACIST act and we all know that racism is illegal

VOTE UKIP
Or, as a Bulgarian blogger put it: "Great Britain is indeed a grim, dangerous place with glaring economic difficulties. Therefore the only responsible thing we Bulgarians can do as Europeans is to extend a helping hand and invite all Brits who’ve had enough. British retirees would find Bulgarian villages splendid – it’s cheaper, cleaner, less stressful, the food is tastier, the weather is great and they can get their retirement cheque anywhere."
[quote][p][bold]roy may[/bold] wrote: Cameron's all in it together The LiCons have anounced a ONE OFF grant fo bionic limbs for wounded service men. However we pay their mates in Brussels £50000000a day. Clegg has today said that the Government have estimated the number of Rumanian and Bulgarians due in 2014 but has refused to tell us the estimated numbers. These immigrants MUST be given all benefits under EU and Human Rights Laws. That includes being put on the Housing list and if their needs are considered more important than locals, They will get priority. All this talk of restricting benefits is bull***t. They know it we know it and whats more they know we know it. If we canot even deport terorists under EU/Human rights laws, there is NO WAY we can refuse benefits to any member of an EU country. That would be a RACIST act and we all know that racism is illegal VOTE UKIP[/p][/quote]Or, as a Bulgarian blogger put it: "Great Britain is indeed a grim, dangerous place with glaring economic difficulties. Therefore the only responsible thing we Bulgarians can do as Europeans is to extend a helping hand and invite all Brits who’ve had enough. British retirees would find Bulgarian villages splendid – it’s cheaper, cleaner, less stressful, the food is tastier, the weather is great and they can get their retirement cheque anywhere." Stephen J
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3:03pm Thu 21 Feb 13

George4th says...

Stephen J wrote:
roy may wrote:
Cameron's all in it together
The LiCons have anounced a ONE OFF grant fo bionic limbs for wounded service men. However we pay their mates in Brussels £50000000a day.
Clegg has today said that the Government have estimated the number of Rumanian and Bulgarians due in 2014 but has refused to tell us the estimated numbers.
These immigrants MUST be given all benefits under EU and Human Rights Laws. That includes being put on the Housing list and if their needs are considered more important than locals, They will get priority. All this talk of restricting benefits is bull***t. They know it we know it and whats more they know we know it. If we canot even deport terorists under EU/Human rights laws, there is NO WAY we can refuse benefits to any member of an EU country. That would be a RACIST act and we all know that racism is illegal

VOTE UKIP
Or, as a Bulgarian blogger put it: "Great Britain is indeed a grim, dangerous place with glaring economic difficulties. Therefore the only responsible thing we Bulgarians can do as Europeans is to extend a helping hand and invite all Brits who’ve had enough. British retirees would find Bulgarian villages splendid – it’s cheaper, cleaner, less stressful, the food is tastier, the weather is great and they can get their retirement cheque anywhere."
How true! A lot of Brits have already gone there for cheap living!
>
Too many "sit on their hands and do nothing" people choose to ignore the fact that the Labour government left us BANKRUPT and at the door of the IMF! It took 13 years to achieve that!
>
All the whinging moaners critical of the Coalition choose to ignore this and assume that a couple of years should solve the problem! Every prediction was for a minimum 5 years but likely to be nearer 10!!(assuming no other disasters beset us!)
[quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]roy may[/bold] wrote: Cameron's all in it together The LiCons have anounced a ONE OFF grant fo bionic limbs for wounded service men. However we pay their mates in Brussels £50000000a day. Clegg has today said that the Government have estimated the number of Rumanian and Bulgarians due in 2014 but has refused to tell us the estimated numbers. These immigrants MUST be given all benefits under EU and Human Rights Laws. That includes being put on the Housing list and if their needs are considered more important than locals, They will get priority. All this talk of restricting benefits is bull***t. They know it we know it and whats more they know we know it. If we canot even deport terorists under EU/Human rights laws, there is NO WAY we can refuse benefits to any member of an EU country. That would be a RACIST act and we all know that racism is illegal VOTE UKIP[/p][/quote]Or, as a Bulgarian blogger put it: "Great Britain is indeed a grim, dangerous place with glaring economic difficulties. Therefore the only responsible thing we Bulgarians can do as Europeans is to extend a helping hand and invite all Brits who’ve had enough. British retirees would find Bulgarian villages splendid – it’s cheaper, cleaner, less stressful, the food is tastier, the weather is great and they can get their retirement cheque anywhere."[/p][/quote]How true! A lot of Brits have already gone there for cheap living! > Too many "sit on their hands and do nothing" people choose to ignore the fact that the Labour government left us BANKRUPT and at the door of the IMF! It took 13 years to achieve that! > All the whinging moaners critical of the Coalition choose to ignore this and assume that a couple of years should solve the problem! Every prediction was for a minimum 5 years but likely to be nearer 10!!(assuming no other disasters beset us!) George4th
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10:32pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

George4th wrote:
Stephen J wrote:
roy may wrote:
Cameron's all in it together
The LiCons have anounced a ONE OFF grant fo bionic limbs for wounded service men. However we pay their mates in Brussels £50000000a day.
Clegg has today said that the Government have estimated the number of Rumanian and Bulgarians due in 2014 but has refused to tell us the estimated numbers.
These immigrants MUST be given all benefits under EU and Human Rights Laws. That includes being put on the Housing list and if their needs are considered more important than locals, They will get priority. All this talk of restricting benefits is bull***t. They know it we know it and whats more they know we know it. If we canot even deport terorists under EU/Human rights laws, there is NO WAY we can refuse benefits to any member of an EU country. That would be a RACIST act and we all know that racism is illegal

VOTE UKIP
Or, as a Bulgarian blogger put it: "Great Britain is indeed a grim, dangerous place with glaring economic difficulties. Therefore the only responsible thing we Bulgarians can do as Europeans is to extend a helping hand and invite all Brits who’ve had enough. British retirees would find Bulgarian villages splendid – it’s cheaper, cleaner, less stressful, the food is tastier, the weather is great and they can get their retirement cheque anywhere."
How true! A lot of Brits have already gone there for cheap living!
>
Too many "sit on their hands and do nothing" people choose to ignore the fact that the Labour government left us BANKRUPT and at the door of the IMF! It took 13 years to achieve that!
>
All the whinging moaners critical of the Coalition choose to ignore this and assume that a couple of years should solve the problem! Every prediction was for a minimum 5 years but likely to be nearer 10!!(assuming no other disasters beset us!)
It is just so sad that there is still failure to recognise that Cameron's party is not going to do anything. Neither is Clegg's party. It's also sad that none of the other parties have the answer.

Cameron and Clegg need your votes so that they can carry on doing the self-same evil things that they are currently doing - benefits cuts for the poor and reduction in income tax and encouragement of aggressive tax avoidance for the rich.

I feel really sorry for the residents of Eastleigh - is this shower really all they have to vote for? Why is there not a ballot form entry which can be marked "None of the above!"
[quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]roy may[/bold] wrote: Cameron's all in it together The LiCons have anounced a ONE OFF grant fo bionic limbs for wounded service men. However we pay their mates in Brussels £50000000a day. Clegg has today said that the Government have estimated the number of Rumanian and Bulgarians due in 2014 but has refused to tell us the estimated numbers. These immigrants MUST be given all benefits under EU and Human Rights Laws. That includes being put on the Housing list and if their needs are considered more important than locals, They will get priority. All this talk of restricting benefits is bull***t. They know it we know it and whats more they know we know it. If we canot even deport terorists under EU/Human rights laws, there is NO WAY we can refuse benefits to any member of an EU country. That would be a RACIST act and we all know that racism is illegal VOTE UKIP[/p][/quote]Or, as a Bulgarian blogger put it: "Great Britain is indeed a grim, dangerous place with glaring economic difficulties. Therefore the only responsible thing we Bulgarians can do as Europeans is to extend a helping hand and invite all Brits who’ve had enough. British retirees would find Bulgarian villages splendid – it’s cheaper, cleaner, less stressful, the food is tastier, the weather is great and they can get their retirement cheque anywhere."[/p][/quote]How true! A lot of Brits have already gone there for cheap living! > Too many "sit on their hands and do nothing" people choose to ignore the fact that the Labour government left us BANKRUPT and at the door of the IMF! It took 13 years to achieve that! > All the whinging moaners critical of the Coalition choose to ignore this and assume that a couple of years should solve the problem! Every prediction was for a minimum 5 years but likely to be nearer 10!!(assuming no other disasters beset us!)[/p][/quote]It is just so sad that there is still failure to recognise that Cameron's party is not going to do anything. Neither is Clegg's party. It's also sad that none of the other parties have the answer. Cameron and Clegg need your votes so that they can carry on doing the self-same evil things that they are currently doing - benefits cuts for the poor and reduction in income tax and encouragement of aggressive tax avoidance for the rich. I feel really sorry for the residents of Eastleigh - is this shower really all they have to vote for? Why is there not a ballot form entry which can be marked "None of the above!" Donald2000
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10:40am Fri 22 Feb 13

skeptik says...

A wobbling jelly or an Eton mess -some choice!
A wobbling jelly or an Eton mess -some choice! skeptik
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