06/06/2017

PUT YOUR TRUST IN US …You are joking?

On May 7, 2014 the Home Secretary Theresa May brought forward a bill to deprive those fighting with ISIS of their citizenship. The legislation would allow them to be deprived of their citizenship, lose their passport and become stateless. Essentially exiling those fighting for ISIS.'

The bill suggested, "if the Secretary of State is satisfied that the deprivation is conducive to the public good because the person, while having that citizenship status, has conducted him or herself in a manner which is seriously prejudicial to the vital interests of the United Kingdom… "

Those that voted against this legislation included Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell and Dianne Abbott.

These are the three individuals that would be at the head of a Labour government, should they win the election!

God help us all.

3 comments:

  1. Abbott sacked, two days before the election. A brave, correct decision.
    I'd never vote Labour, especially these outdated, class warrior cranks, but Corbyn/McDonnell have just jettisoned one of their biggest vote losers.

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  2. Heaven forbid, if labour won a majority, it really would be time to leave and turn the lights off. No doubt the Tameside brain dead will still vote for them though.

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  3. Although the scale of immigrations comes a close second, the key thing for me in this election is the economy, given that what we earn as a nation provides the wherewithal for all the services we need and also provides the jobs and income for our people.

    Although the Conservatives aren't top of the class when it comes to reducing our dependence on borrowed money, I feel the Labour party under its present leadership would kick the debt can further down the road.

    We can't keep passing today's debt onto future generations and have to start living within our means.

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