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Are We Seeing The Beginning Of The Demise Of The Tory Party?

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6 minutes ago, orion said:

Not so sure . Maybe people dont care so much these days . Boris and the the bird the other week now Hancock . Going to hard for Boris to act after what he done himself .

The Tories are already failing in their heartlands. All it would need is for the pendulum to swing back the other way in the north...

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What a dilly of a pickle for Boris. If he doesn't sack Hancock he looks weak and if he does sack Hancock then he looks like a hypocrite for not resigning himself when details of his affair and his payments of taxpayer's money to his mistress were made public.

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1 hour ago, MattK said:

What a dilly of a pickle for Boris. If he doesn't sack Hancock he looks weak and if he does sack Hancock then he looks like a hypocrite for not resigning himself when details of his affair and his payments of taxpayer's money to his mistress were made public.

Hancock shouldn't be sacked because he's having an affair - that's really neither here nor there, beyond breaking social distancing rules he implemented for everyone else of course. He should be sacked because he's utterly incompetent, although why he hasn't been sacked before now is a complete mystery. :rolleyes:

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2 hours ago, Humphrey Appleby said:

 He should be sacked because he's utterly incompetent, although why he hasn't been sacked before now is a complete mystery. :rolleyes:

The general excuse given as to why Bozo hasn't sacked Hancock is because he needs a fall guy later on. That's utter rubbish of course, he could have sacked him ages ago and he would still be shown for what he is if and when there's a public enquiry.

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16 hours ago, Leicester Hunter said:

The general excuse given as to why Bozo hasn't sacked Hancock is because he needs a fall guy later on. That's utter rubbish of course, he could have sacked him ages ago and he would still be shown for what he is if and when there's a public enquiry.

Yet another example whereby politicians are out of touch with reality and wonder why the electorate distruss them and their advisors?

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Watch "Hancock is a ****!" on YouTube

 

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There is no way a politician should keep his job after giving public funds to someone he is having an affair with...

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On 6/25/2021 at 3:47 PM, Humphrey Appleby said:

Hancock shouldn't be sacked because he's having an affair - 

If a politicians wife can’t trust him why should the public ?

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The corruption party...

 

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Interesting to read that the Tories receive twenty five percent of their funds from the house builders and construction industry.

Is it any coincidence that Sunak brought in a stamp duty holiday that boosted house prices by up to thirty percent in many areas, nice sales and nice work for Persimmon and co, a good investment. Bigger mortgages, tying more people into bigger debt for a longer time, and boosting the banking industry profits. 

So who are the losers from this stupid government policy ? 

The people who bought property paying no stamp duty, as the inflated prices mean they have paid up to fifteen percent more for the property than they would have done previously at pre stamp duty holiday prices.

Big loser is the government who have received no stamp duty income for those exempt properties. How many millions did that last revenue cost you and me to line the coffers of the mates of this slimeball government.

Even bigger losers are the younger generation who have had property pushed even further out of their reach.

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Serial Liars…

 

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34 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

Serial Liars…

 

And aside from that, everyone pays more so people with big houses don't have to spend the capital on their social care. :rolleyes:

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On 7/30/2021 at 4:33 PM, jrs said:

Interesting to read that the Tories receive twenty five percent of their funds from the house builders and construction industry.

Is it any coincidence that Sunak brought in a stamp duty holiday that boosted house prices by up to thirty percent in many areas, nice sales and nice work for Persimmon and co, a good investment. Bigger mortgages, tying more people into bigger debt for a longer time, and boosting the banking industry profits. 

So who are the losers from this stupid government policy ? 

The people who bought property paying no stamp duty, as the inflated prices mean they have paid up to fifteen percent more for the property than they would have done previously at pre stamp duty holiday prices.

Big loser is the government who have received no stamp duty income for those exempt properties. How many millions did that last revenue cost you and me to line the coffers of the mates of this slimeball government.

Even bigger losers are the younger generation who have had property pushed even further out of their reach.

The current Tory government is one of the most corrupt ever, and doesn't even try to hide it. 

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