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For the first time since Mrs Thatcher we can be proud to be British and of our PM. Dave Cameron is going be a real world statesman that kicks ass and puts Britain back on the map internationally. For the first time in 13 years the Great is finally back in Great Britain.

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For the first time since Mrs Thatcher we can be proud to be British and of our PM. Dave Cameron is going be a real world statesman that kicks ass and puts Britain back on the map internationally. For the first time in 13 years the Great is finally back in Great Britain.

 

That's possibly the funniest thing I've ever read on this forum.

 

No hold on, in my life.

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For the first time since Mrs Thatcher we can be proud to be British and of our PM. Dave Cameron is going be a real world statesman that kicks ass and puts Britain back on the map internationally. For the first time in 13 years the Great is finally back in Great Britain.

 

For the good of my sanity and my SWF account can we now DELETE this section of the forum?! 'Dave' is off to Buck House to send the county back in to the 1980s (even though he had to go begging to the Liberals, so I doubt you'll see those 'ragheads' sent back dune or the renewal of trident) and so we can now just sit back and watch the chaos.

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For the good of my sanity and my SWF account can we now DELETE this section of the forum?! 'Dave' is off to Buck House to send the county back in to the 1980s (even though he had to go begging to the Liberals, so I doubt you'll see those 'ragheads' sent back dune or the renewal of trident) and so we can now just sit back and watch the chaos.

 

 

and your lot said NO of course....thanks Thorpie for bringing round this change..your anti tory vote helped to bring the torys to power

 

how ironic

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and your lot said NO of course....thanks Thorpie for bringing round this change..your anti tory vote helped to bring the torys to power

 

how ironic

 

At least Labour didn't sell out this afternoon, the Tories certainly did. Good to see our new PM is a man of conviction isn't it...oh wait...

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and your lot said NO of course....thanks Thorpie for bringing round this change..your anti tory vote helped to bring the torys to power

 

how ironic

 

What his anti Tory vote did was stop them getting a majority and really messing everything up.

 

And they're not fully in power. Half their manifesto would have been ripped up or watered down. We'll have sensible and decent politicians from the Lib Dems in the Cabinet.

 

Luckily there will now be no Osbourne holding the purse strings. We'll have Clegg as DPM, Cable somewhere in the Treasury and with any luck David Laws as Education Minister.

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What his anti Tory vote did was stop them getting a majority and really messing everything up.

 

And they're not fully in power. Half their manifesto would have been ripped up or watered down. We'll have sensible and decent politicians from the Lib Dems in the Cabinet.

 

Luckily there will now be no Osbourne holding the purse strings. We'll have Clegg as DPM, Cable somewhere in the Treasury and with any luck David Laws as Education Minister.

you are right..if this works then it could be very good..

 

just that the "tactical voting" has bitten so many in the arse

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For the first time since Mrs Thatcher we can be proud to be British and of our PM. Dave Cameron is going be a real world statesman that kicks ass and puts Britain back on the map internationally. For the first time in 13 years the Great is finally back in Great Britain.

 

 

oh please, you must be joking. he will shaft us left, right and centre. being a public sector employee, im very worried

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I feel like a weight has been taken from my shoulders after thirteen years. Let the good times roll, let's get those with ambition and decency the opportunity to show what they can do to make this country great again.

 

It'll be a hard task though with the mess Labour have left behind.

 

It all reminds me of the mess and filth left behind after a rogue group of travellers have occupied a lovely and green piece of land. Then suddenly, one bright morning, they have suddenly gone and somebody else is left to deal with the ****, filth and mess and make that land that was once beautiful, beautiful again. That land is Britain, now time for the professionals to take over and sort the mess left behind and make it a beautiful place again.

 

Time for a cigar I think as I feel hope again for the first time in years.

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That dear sir, was due to the fact that the Liberals wanted to get into bed with Labour, even less so, than they did with the Conservatives.

 

I think it's plainly obvious that a large swathe of the PLP and Labour supporters in general didn't think that Labour should have gone into a coalition and Simon Hughes has just said said the same.

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Me too. And thousands of others!

 

Me three. It's not just the job, but also the schemes for education that Labour put into practice. Our school, which was built in the 1960s was due to receive a large sum of money under the 'Building Schools for the Future' scheme and work was due to start in September on a brand new school...not a revamp, a brand new building.

 

Bang goes that then!

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oh please, you must be joking. he will shaft us left, right and centre. being a public sector employee, im very worried

 

Well I wish no hard times on you personally, but the sooner Mr Cameron gets to work on the public sector and makes some big cuts the better.

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I feel like a weight has been taken from my shoulders after thirteen years. Let the good times roll, let's get those with ambition and decency the opportunity to show what they can do to make this country great again.

 

It'll be a hard task though with the mess Labour have left behind.

 

It all reminds me of the mess and filth left behind after a rogue group of travellers have occupied a lovely and green piece of land. Then suddenly, one bright morning, they have suddenly gone and somebody else is left to deal with the ****, filth and mess and make that land that was once beautiful, beautiful again. That land is Britain, now time for the professionals to take over and sort the mess left behind and make it a beautiful place again.

 

Time for a cigar I think as I feel hope again for the first time in years.

 

Yep, I hope you'll be celebrating when you can't get that appointment to see a cancer specialist, or when your child's classroom and education deteriorates, or when you are victim of a crime but no Policeman can come and sort it out as the force has had to cut back on front line staff due to the reduction in their budgets!

 

Yep, let the good times roll!

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Yep, I hope you'll be celebrating when you can't get that appointment to see a cancer specialist, or when your child's classroom and education deteriorates, or when you are victim of a crime but no Policeman can come and sort it out as the force has had to cut back on front line staff due to the reduction in their budgets!

 

Yep, let the good times roll!

 

do give it a rest

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Schools would be a good place to start, especially schools in Essex.

 

Typical Tory, all talk, no substance.

 

I'll tell you where he is going to start - Front line services, then watch this nation crash and burn.

 

I'm glad you value the education system of this country so poorly dune, it just goes to show that you can dress it up in 'Green' policies and give it a new slogan all you like, but the truth of the matter is you can't polish a turd like the Tory party.

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oh please, you must be joking. he will shaft us left, right and centre. being a public sector employee, im very worried
Mike, he is cutting waste not just staff. Im sure you see in your work lots of places where money can be saved, without losing lots of staff.

If your department can become more efficient, use less materials and wastage you will be ok.

In business you have to look at costs and there is so many bad practices that waste you and I as tax payers money.

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was going to be the case no matter who is in charge...

 

I won't deny that Labour were going to initiate cuts, but they were never going to be as savage as the ones that are around the corner.

 

Oh FFS, just when I thought my night couldn't get any worse, that **** Davies' Notts Forest make it 2-1...

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Yep, I hope you'll be celebrating when you can't get that appointment to see a cancer specialist, or when your child's classroom and education deteriorates, or when you are victim of a crime but no Policeman can come and sort it out as the force has had to cut back on front line staff due to the reduction in their budgets!

 

Yep, let the good times roll!

A bit dramatic Thorpie.

Policemen dont come out and sort out problems now.There is no way that Cancer departments will be cut.

Anyone here who works in the NHS will be able to recount many stories of complete and stupid waste. That is what needs to be looked at.

Silly things can make a difference.

Schools can also make savings.When i was at school (early 70's) we had the power crisis.

It was drilled into us to switch off lights when we left the classroom, to write to the bottom of the page and on both sides during the paper crisis. That may seem small savings to budgets but if teachers felt that these small inconvieniences to make savings meant they would still have a job it would focus their minds.The public sector have been lazy in looking at these things as in times of glut they forgot the little things.

These little things can be done at all government levels, drive past government buildings and see all the lights burning away with nobody in the building.

It is of course not the full answer but start at a level all the workers can help with and that will go a long way.

Public sector pensions is another area that is not fair to the wider public, and it is not right that I and others will have to work longer to help pay for those unrealistic payments

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Typical Tory, all talk, no substance.

 

I'll tell you where he is going to start - Front line services, then watch this nation crash and burn.

 

I'm glad you value the education system of this country so poorly dune, it just goes to show that you can dress it up in 'Green' policies and give it a new slogan all you like, but the truth of the matter is you can't polish a turd like the Tory party.

 

The first thing the Tories should do is make exams as hard as they used to be. When a student get's an A grade it should mean something like it did in the old days.

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Yep, I hope you'll be celebrating when you can't get that appointment to see a cancer specialist, or when your child's classroom and education deteriorates, or when you are victim of a crime but no Policeman can come and sort it out as the force has had to cut back on front line staff due to the reduction in their budgets!

 

Yep, let the good times roll!

 

Is your ass twitching Thorpie? Might have to do some work at school soon eh without your teaching assistant.....do you think you can control a class of kids on your own? I bet you'll be off to the Unions in a hissy fit :D

 

No more teaching assistants wasted at schools I hope, use the resources saved on that nonsense for real matters at schools, certainly more money to secondary schools in problem areas would be better. I have no issues with more money being allocated here, inner city secondary schools in some areas of Birmingham/across the country are shocking. Then again, maybe the Tories will give some power back to teachers, instead of the pupils. Let's hope we see the end of Pupil groups interviewing fully trained professional teachers about job vacancies at schools - like I witnessed at a school in Coventry recently, let's hope all that nonsense will be stopped.

 

I have private insurance, one of the luxuries I allow myself for getting up in the morning to go to working all hours so that I can try and give myself a better standard of living for me and my family and look after their health.

 

Policemen - where are they now, I ain't seen one in my area for months, it'll be no different there.

 

I work in the public sector too, I ain't worried at all, some of the waste I see in the public sector is appalling, I think a lot of the budgets and quangos should be cut/stopped. I have transferable skills that I am confident would be put to use for a private company, if needs be.

 

I am not fearful of the future, I am not scared to take a risk as I don't take my job for granted, I have a positive attitude to change in the public sector and am behind most of the changes/cost cutting that is currently, and has been for the last two years, taking place already in most local government authorities......that's under Labour Thorpie. Deal with it or get another job.

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