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26 minutes ago, Captain Howdy said:

Credible. Bring back the Blair years

Who just so happened to be palatable to the Murdoch press. I wonder why?

 

Blairs Labour:

 

Brought in SureStart. Yay.

 

Opening up NHS to private competition. 

Introducing "Academy" status to schools, essentially privatising education.

Introducing tuition fees. 

Light regulation of banks in run up to 2008. Etc. Etc.

 

He was electable because the fucking S*n said he was. John Smith would've been twice the leader he was.

 

I get what you mean: you'd rather Labour than Tory - but what if there's no difference other than better PR?

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9 minutes ago, Rushies tash said:

Who just so happened to be palatable to the Murdoch press. I wonder why?

 

Blairs Labour:

 

Brought in SureStart. Yay.

 

Opening up NHS to private competition. 

Introducing "Academy" status to schools, essentially privatising education.

Introducing tuition fees. 

Light regulation of banks in run up to 2008. Etc. Etc.

 

He was electable because the fucking S*n said he was. John Smith would've been twice the leader he was.

 

I get what you mean: you'd rather Labour than Tory - but what if there's no difference other than better PR?

Bingo. 

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14 minutes ago, Rushies tash said:

Who just so happened to be palatable to the Murdoch press. I wonder why?

 

Blairs Labour:

 

Brought in SureStart. Yay.

 

Opening up NHS to private competition. 

Introducing "Academy" status to schools, essentially privatising education.

Introducing tuition fees. 

Light regulation of banks in run up to 2008. Etc. Etc.

 

He was electable because the fucking S*n said he was. John Smith would've been twice the leader he was.

 

I get what you mean: you'd rather Labour than Tory - but what if there's no difference other than better PR?

Aye, the Blair years were so horrific to live through.,… You really had to be there to experience just  how bad they were

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1 minute ago, Captain Howdy said:

Aye, the Blair years were so horrific to live through.,… You really had to be there

I was there. But the way the economy was, they would have been great anyway. What the Blair years were, was a massive wasted opportunity for social and economic reform. Whether or not this was deliberate, I can't say, but I do know a massive majority was wasted. Something the current twats are making hay with, that's for sure.

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6 minutes ago, Rushies tash said:

I was there. But the way the economy was, they would have been great anyway. What the Blair years were, was a massive wasted opportunity for social and economic reform. Whether or not this was deliberate, I can't say, but I do know a massive majority was wasted. Something the current twats are making hay with, that's for sure.

9/11 put paid to any radical reform in this country and any leader would have followed the US into Iraq. That doesn't absolve him from being a cunt though. 

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14 minutes ago, Rushies tash said:

I was there. But the way the economy was, they would have been great anyway. What the Blair years were, was a massive wasted opportunity for social and economic reform. Whether or not this was deliberate, I can't say, but I do know a massive majority was wasted. Something the current twats are making hay with, that's for sure.

So the Blair years were all good, apart from Blair who fucked up a wasted opportunity. Cool. What a wanker, if only he was as good as the gimps that followed him.

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32 minutes ago, Rushies tash said:

Who just so happened to be palatable to the Murdoch press. I wonder why?

 

Blairs Labour:

 

Brought in SureStart. Yay.

 

Opening up NHS to private competition. 

Introducing "Academy" status to schools, essentially privatising education.

Introducing tuition fees. 

Light regulation of banks in run up to 2008. Etc. Etc.

 

He was electable because the fucking S*n said he was. John Smith would've been twice the leader he was.

 

I get what you mean: you'd rather Labour than Tory - but what if there's no difference other than better PR?

This is quite far from an accurate representation of New Labour achievements. 

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39 minutes ago, Rushies tash said:

Who just so happened to be palatable to the Murdoch press. I wonder why?

 

Blairs Labour:

 

Brought in SureStart. Yay.

 

Opening up NHS to private competition. 

Introducing "Academy" status to schools, essentially privatising education.

Introducing tuition fees. 

Light regulation of banks in run up to 2008. Etc. Etc.

 

He was electable because the fucking S*n said he was. John Smith would've been twice the leader he was.

 

I get what you mean: you'd rather Labour than Tory - but what if there's no difference other than better PR?

Blair’s achievements would make you cry your lefty eyes out. The golden years

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3 minutes ago, Captain Howdy said:

Sir Tony Blair’s achievements would make you cry your lefty eyes out

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17 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

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Sir Tony is fucking right, as a father bringing up three young children he was fucking superb, I timed it right. The golden years.

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1 minute ago, Captain Howdy said:

Sir Tony is fucking right, as a father bringing up three young children he was fucking superb, I timed it right. The golden years.

I'm genuinely glad it worked out for you mate. 

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