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On 2 May 2017 at 11:51pm The nameless one..... wrote:
Tory dirty money laundered by HSBC. Media blackout on this.

Check it out here »
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On 3 May 2017 at 7:18am Sensible voter wrote:
What absolute, false rubbish. This is a made-up fuss about nothing by a collective of unpopular, marginalised anti-establishment failures whose friends are about to be eliminated for at least two generations at the ballot box. No wonder it's not in the headlines. No evidence, and, if it were true, it would be merely a private matter between a bank and an individual business client acting in a personal capacity. Surely a bank customer like me or you is entitled to privacy!
The choice at this election is to vote for a rabble of disrespectful, uneducated, discredited chancers who make up evidence-free tittle-tattle not even the biased anti-British media want to print, or vote for the country, responsibility, lower taxes, experience, security and stability. I'm voting Conservative. Let the voting public crush the opposition and let's get on with a prosperous and safe Britain.
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On 3 May 2017 at 8:41am We have choices wrote:
For strong and stable vote Conservative.
For weak and unstable vote Labour.
For EU house elves vote Lib Dim
For weirdos with bad teeth vote Green
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On 3 May 2017 at 8:52am Clifford wrote:
Nice try Sensible Voter. Are you Billy Bunter by any chance? 'No, I didn't steal your cake, and anyway it tasted rotten.'
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On 3 May 2017 at 9:16am All the same wrote:
All the parties do this..
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On 3 May 2017 at 11:55am Frak wrote:
There's nothing sensible about what you have just said 'sensible voter', just regurgitated daily mail nonsense.
A vote for the Tories is a vote to dismantle the NHS, put more money in the pockets of the rich and let the 'decent hard working families' that they love going on about take all the strain, and in your words crush those low paid and disadvantaged.
And if May was a strong and stable leader, she wouldn't have had to call the election in the first place.
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On 3 May 2017 at 1:13pm @frak wrote:
Cobblers. Blinkered view. You will lose.
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On 3 May 2017 at 1:53pm Cynic wrote:
Unfortunately there are ample rich and/or stupid voters in this constituency willing to vote the useless Tory back in.
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On 3 May 2017 at 1:58pm Cliche wrote:
Tory voters are either thick or rich...utter cr@p.
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On 3 May 2017 at 2:29pm bobobob wrote:
Strong & Stable my @rse
A couple of months after insisting that they won't call a snap election yet here we go again. Given we only have 24 months (now 23 and all they've done is have a dinner) maybe they shouldn't spend the next month repeating the latest buzzphase chosen by some grey think tank.
Pells pool school is closing. Apparently the number of children needing education in Lewes area will decrease! wtf! Someone forgot to explain the birds and the bees to our local politicians.
Hospital and other healthcare services are planned to close under the ST Plan. Apparently adult social care sevices will pick up the slack.
That's the same adult care services that we the voters are now being asked to fund directly through council tax increases of 5% each year because they have had their funding cut by the government.
Wouldn't mind paying more tax for better healthcare if my wages were going up too. Where is this 'strong' eceonomy the conservatives keep talking about because I aint seen it.
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On 3 May 2017 at 4:45pm Boboknob wrote:
@bobobob. Since when did Pells Pool start it's own school?
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On 3 May 2017 at 4:55pm Cynic wrote:
What effort did Ms Caulfield put in to stop the ridiculous closure of Pells School? I bet it was sweet fa or we would have heard about it from her disciples.


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