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    Mista,
    We won't know if it's a lie until 2025 . be it 500 5,000 or 50,000 the same problems will always be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistaram View Post
    MoP surely your not naive enough to believe the 50,000 more nurses story Its already been proven to be another of his lies
    I prefer to think of it as another one from the dianne abbot school of maths

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manofpride View Post
    Mista,
    We won't know if it's a lie until 2025 . be it 500 5,000 or 50,000 the same problems willM always be there.
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    Yes that's true but what mps say at election times Has certainly no relevance once there elected If Johnson said he was only going to get five more nurses i wouldn't believe him

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistaram View Post
    MoP surely your not naive enough to believe the 50,000 more nurses story Its already been proven to be another of his lies
    Harsh mista...itís just NTM - New Tory Maths - if you say something often enough it becomes the truth.

    Fact is that a maximum of 31,500 equals 50,000 in the brave new world of NTM.

    Keep repeating the mantra and Johnson, Hancock and Morgan will have made Diane Abbott look like Einstein by Election Day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    Harsh mista...itís just NTM - New Tory Maths - if you say something often enough it becomes the truth.

    Fact is that a maximum of 31,500 equals 50,000 in the brave new world of NTM.

    Keep repeating the mantra and Johnson, Hancock and Morgan will have made Diane Abbott look like Einstein by Election Day.
    True RA but it's just surprising how many think it's 50,000 But the right wing press are not going to tell them Its a lie are they

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistaram View Post
    True RA but it's just surprising how many think it's 50,000 But the right wing press are not going to tell them Its a lie are they
    It's all very well with Johnsons lies, but Corbyns are no different.
    All his promises will be delivered? God knows, but according to the IFS, they don't add up.
    Now his manifesto has a lot of IF'S AND BUT'S, but misses out adding the costs of stuff like re nationalisation, as Corbyn says it's costing nowt?
    Again the IFS claim it's going to cost £192 billion?
    So who's right?

    If he's wrong, his promises to everything else like the NHS are just damned outright lies, or worse still naive pie in the sky?
    I'd sooner believe my suggestion of an independantly run NHS. here's your £125 billion per annum.
    Now if you want more, justify it.
    No freebies to non citizens/stop wastage/organise your staff/source the correct prices etc.
    Then we'll sit down and agree a fair rise, depending on need.

    But it's election time. Politicians would never play the pied piper and play whatever music lures the most rats.

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    I donít think either mista or I are suggesting Corbyn is honesty or competence personified, Tricky.

    The point being made is simply that the latest Tory claims about a) numbers of new nurses and b) numbers of new hospitals are transparently untrue. Theyíve been rumbled...the maths doesnít stack up, they canít even get their own story straight...and thatís got absolutely nothing to do with Corbyn.

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    I wouldn't deny that.
    But whoppers are the sorry state of politics, as much as the arrogance of ignoring what voters ask of their MP's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trickytreesreds View Post
    I wouldn't deny that.
    But whoppers are the sorry state of politics, as much as the arrogance of ignoring what voters ask of their MP's
    Yes but that clown who is currently PM, admits that he has written and said clear lies. Is more than partly responsible for the mess of Brexit - a cause he does not believe in or care about, but has adopted because he saw it as the best way to advance his own personal ambitions. Has no principles at all, can't string a coherent sentence together and at the end of it all will laugh all the way to the bank irrespective of what happens all off the backs of ordinary people. There are plenty of options if your minded not to support Labour, but voting Tory and letting this lot in for 5 years is akin to shooting oneself in the foot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trickytreesreds View Post
    It's all very well with Johnsons lies, but Corbyns are no different.
    All his promises will be delivered? God knows, but according to the IFS, they don't add up.
    Now his manifesto has a lot of IF'S AND BUT'S, but misses out adding the costs of stuff like re nationalisation, as Corbyn says it's costing nowt?
    Again the IFS claim it's going to cost £192 billion?
    So who's right?

    If he's wrong, his promises to everything else like the NHS are just damned outright lies, or worse still naive pie in the sky?
    I'd sooner believe my suggestion of an independantly run NHS. here's your £125 billion per annum.
    Now if you want more, justify it.
    No freebies to non citizens/stop wastage/organise your staff/source the correct prices etc.
    Then we'll sit down and agree a fair rise, depending on need.

    But it's election time. Politicians would never play the pied piper and play whatever music lures the most rats.
    Tricky are you forgetting something the IFS have said BOTH parties figures don't add up
    As for Corbyns main promise to nationilse

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