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Observer II
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Rather amusing watching Corbyn trying to rationalise their new position on Brexit:   they're going to vote (in Parliament) against any deal that doesn't meet their criteria for a sucessfull negotiation; which basically means, they're going to vote down anything that comes out of the so-called negotiations, thus forcing a "no deal" scenario and the possible fall of the Gov, in order to force a G/Election, in which they'll promise the possibility of a Remain option.  Well, surely this is an invite to the EU to make sure they don't agree a deal, in order to obtain another UK referendum with "Remain" as an option ?   So if Leave voters vote Labour, they'll be voting against their previous referendum decision.

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They are promising more dependency on wind power to reduce the amount that can be relied upon by conventional and nuclear generation which pushes the price of electricity up. So the jobs will be paid for by those higher prices, which will improve the payback on the green stuff. The higher prices will be felt most by the poorest and increase the poverty problem and will inevitable be solved by higher benefits and taxation to match the higher prices paid by taxpayers. It is socialist heaven spending other peoples money, problem is it always runs out.

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Once all companies reduce their workforces to below the 250 threshold there will be loads of unemployed people ready to take anything.

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21 hours ago, Observer II said:

Think the problem arises from the idea that there are over 400,000 indigenous unemployed people in the UK to take these jobs; if not; where will they get the workforce ?    

It is part of Corbyn's plan; once he and the trots get in to power the loans will dry up to finance the national debt and interest rates will rocket causing at least 400000 workers to lose their jobs. He's got it covered!

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Seems Jezzer has met with Barnier to discuss Brexit; oh to have been a fly on the wall.   Labour wants to stay in the customs union, so it would be interesting to know what price Barnier has put on that; will we finish up paying the existing £billions for the privilage, but without any political input on the Council of Ministers ?     So I guess we're really going to need those magic money trees !   :D

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