I vote labour. Because I don't want the NHS to be sold off to companies who have a profit motive. I'm also against the rape and plunder of disabled people's benefits. Putting up a legal challenge in an attempt to stop people with dementia claiming PIP. The abolishment of the Disabled Commissioner.
The watering down of workers rights. The impossition of fees to stop workers going to employment tribunals. Scrapping legal aid. Cutting social care budgets. Cutting grants to local councils by imposing a 6 year freeze. Abolishment of the department for climate change. Cut funding to Pharmacies.
Overhaulled the Official secrets act pledging a 14 year prison sentences to whistleblowers. Abolished the Child Poverty Unit. Introducing Grammar Schools despite clear warnings from educationalists that this will lead to inequality and damage to the Comprehensive system. Tried and succeded in blocking overhaulling Fire regulations.The Torries will cut inheritence tax, capital gains tax, corporation tax, estimated to be £70 billion by 2022.
The list goes on and on. Kept in power by the Tory Media and tax bribes. The Torries have one policy...make the rich richer at the expense of the poor.
Nice speech apart from the fact that the poor are in fact getting richer as well or at least less poor, sorry but statistically they just are, I know its inconvenient to your argument.
Personally I don't mind if the NHS is privatised a little bit more, AS LONG AS THERE IS STILL UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE AVAILABLE TO ALL. At the moment the NHS is hideously inefficient and you can't just keep chucking money at it and hope that magically solves all the issues.
For example if the cost of private health care came down a bit more than it currently is then I'd be more than happy to jump over to it, as I'm sure many others would as well, that would free up space in the NHS in terms of money and capacity.
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