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austerity over?
« on: June 13, 2017, 06:11:44 PM »
So austerity is now officially over according to Theresa May and of course this has nothing to do with the alliance with the DUP, in no way will this enable the government to give more funds to Northern Ireland to buy support from the DUP, sorry i mean to improve services for the public in a "strong and stable" manner. :))

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Re: austerity over?
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2017, 09:46:32 AM »
I think the greedy Tories are 'over' - well hopefully they are.
They have turned deaf and blind to calls to stop their cut backs to the vulnerable and even to the fact that some people committed suicide because of the way they were being treated.
Eventually, people began to 'turn' and this reflected in the general election.

We now have T.M's treatment of the people who suffered in the Tower Block, she's a cold fish is T.M as was Cameroon!

How long are they actually allowed to limp on without the merging of the DUP?
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