On 23 May 2017 at 5:57pm Erny wrote:
If there are some independent candidates for Lewes MP or any small parties taking part. I haven't seen any other publicity.
On 23 May 2017 at 7:36pm Fairmeadow wrote:
Just Conservative, Liberal Democrat & Labour. But the Conservative candidate is very pro-NHS; the Liberal Democrat's views appear indistinguishable from Jeremy Corbyn's, except that she espouses them more strongly; and the Labour candidate presents very well, but has little chance in this constituency.
On 23 May 2017 at 9:19pm Newms wrote:
The views of the Liberals are nothing like Jeremy Corbyn . The Liberal Party were a crucial part of the coalition a government that set the country on the long hard road back to financial stability and provided a balanced government at a dangerous time ( If only we had the same thing now ). Corbyn and McDonnell literally think the ability of the state to borrow is limitless …
Corbyn is an ally of the IRA on Marxist grounds, ie the opposition to what he views as late Imperialism . The Liberals deplore their bullying tribalism and anti-democratic use of terrorism.
The Liberal Party shouted encouragement as the old iron curtain countries were released form Military dictatorships and admitted to the family of Western Liberal Democracies .
Corbyn regretted the decline of the Soviet Union his advisers are still apologising for Stalin His rabid insane clique still regurgitate and barely reformed version of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion and he did all he could to undermine the West by tacitly supporting the racist Brexit case.
Whilst Corbyn would take everyone`s individual decisions away and let their choices be expressed by the fake and theoretical decisions of the state the Liberal Party worked hard let people keep more of their own money which they achieved in the coalition.
The Liberals are internationalist and so would like to do more work abroad . Both Labour and Conservartuve think only in terms of selfish Nations . How ironic that the global development is the only thing that will save us from our own stupidity now
The Liberal Party may be a faint voice but at the moment it is the only hope for the soul of this country and we must all take our opportunity to start repairing the damage of the last few years
The Labour candidate presented like a six year old handing in his " What I did on holiday " essay and Maria Caulfield told a pack of lies starting with the fact the WTO( she says)_ will let us unilaterally drop tarrifs. Big hairy Castor and Bollux .
On 23 May 2017 at 9:42pm Newms wrote:
Sorry posted that twice ( no idea why I posted it once really but there we go )
On 23 May 2017 at 10:29pm Clifford wrote:
No need to apologise Newms. Nobody bothers to read it.
On 23 May 2017 at 10:46pm Frostyknickers wrote:
Better than any of your recent posts Mr Cliford. And that really is saying something. Your political invasion on a shopping thread was very classy. Bit of a wally aren't you.
On 24 May 2017 at 12:20am bobobob wrote:
Conservative candidate pro NHS? Has she announced that there should be increased funding? Has she disagreed with cuts to bursaries that with the PM and party stance lately then? Has she said that 10 years of 1% pay rises for nurses isn't good enough? No.
Smells like BS
On 24 May 2017 at 8:58am Fairmeadow wrote:
@bobobob| Maria Caulfield said at the hustings that she did both speak and vote against the cuts to nurses' training bursaries. She was also very open about the present deficiencies in NHS end of life care, in which she has worked for several years as a MacMillan palliative care nurse. As it happens all three parties are currently promising to boost NHS funding by quite similar amounts, though only Labour is promising to use the extra money to improve staff salaries. Fact is that both New Labour and Maria C have creditable records on the NHS. First the coalition and then the Cameron government have undone over the last 7 years most of the good work done by New Labour in the decade before that. Just look at (a) waiting lists, (b) A&E waiting times and (c) mortality changes. Under New Labour life expectancy rose substantially, to some worryingly. In 2015 and 2016 this trend also reversed.
@Newms. I didn't say the Liberals' views were like Jeremy Corbyn's. I said that those of Kelly-Marie Blundell were, and if you were at the hustings last week you heard what she said. I'm referring to her views on CND, Trident, defence generally, nuclear power, medically assisted suicide and uncontrolled immigration. As she said, she didn't herself agree with official LibDem policies in several of these areas.
On 24 May 2017 at 9:28am ffs wrote:
who gives a flying toss. The world is dying....human race will destroy itself.Then then planet will heal
On 24 May 2017 at 9:52am Maria Cauliflower wrote:
Where's my cheese?!
On 24 May 2017 at 10:06am Bored wrote:
@maria cauliflower. It wasn't funny the first time, it sure as hell is not funny after the 88th time. give it a rest saddo.
I suspect you are the same person who posted Kim jong cauliflower eat dog "jokes". Again really naff. Get a life
On 26 May 2017 at 2:25am bobob wrote:
Hey fair meadow.
No, the conservatives haven't pledged to increase funding centrally. They are moving it from other NHS areas that are undergoing cuts as part of the spending review. Take from one part of NHS and give to the other is not an increase IMO.
Anything on the 1% wage increase for the next term?
MC may say nice things about funding but her party is cutting spending. She's playing a political game