HomeBlogWhy Labour is to Blame for UKIP
  • Charlie Sutherland-Boyce May 3, 2013 at 1:54 pm

    I may be disabled but, even though I Scottish Labour aren’t the party of the people anymore. They, to my mind are a better alternative than UKIP, who are short on policies written in a manifesto. UKIP are no friends to the unemployed, disabled or sick. They have many times stated intentions to do things about Welfare Benefits that are definitely far right and drastic. The only reason that may be they won’t have gas chambers is they can’t afford the power bill at todays gas prices!

  • David Moynagh May 3, 2013 at 2:28 pm

    Looks as if Scotland will turn to SNP. This wuld be no bad thing as they have handled the scottish economy well in face of the cuts from westminster. They can be assured of my vote.

  • George Woodward May 3, 2013 at 2:57 pm

    Fed up of the E.U. and all that it brings with it,fed up of “the human rights treaty” and all that it entails,fed up of immigration that’s me.
    The only party who promises to tackle it is UKIP.

  • Robin Macfarlane May 3, 2013 at 3:06 pm

    BSCParty have long said that Austerity was the wrong way to go for the British People. But it serves the Tory ideology well.New labour are nothing more than tories, Backing the Banker Brigade which has SCREWED the public at every turn.The only bank the people need is their own Bank of England(central bank)
    Bof E can give the people Interest FREE mortgages & secure Mortgages that don’t throw them on the streets.

  • Abbey Lane May 3, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    Keep taxing people to death while you leave bankers sitting pretty on ‘their’ obscene bonuses. Don’t forget to snatch back the pensioners bus pass while the bankers drive past in their luxury limo’s. Hurl abuse and summary sanctions on the unemployed Brit while importing a multitude of (cheap-price) workers. Blah, blah, blah, no one believes this gov any more especially when they vote themselves magnificent pay-rises and fabulous pensions while subjecting the British population to unlimited and unusual cuts!

  • Humanity2012 May 3, 2013 at 4:06 pm

    Totally Disgusting

    Labour is Supposed to be the Official Opposition and is Paid
    to be the Official Opposition so let it be the Official Opposition

    Stuff the Free Market Capitalist Slavery

  • Humanity2012 May 3, 2013 at 4:10 pm

    Any Party which Does Not Support Decent Welfare Benefits and
    the Abolition of Degrading Tests and Sanctions is Fit to Hold

    The Party Political System it has to be Said is what has Divided
    the Nation and Yet through Gormless Consensus Given No Real
    Choice and Oppressed the Poor and Vulnerable

  • Prola Tariat May 3, 2013 at 4:54 pm

    The Tories are selling this country ,To the highest foriegn bidder,and nobody seems either willing or able to do anything to halt this blatant corruption!!

  • chindit May 3, 2013 at 7:47 pm

    the only good thing about ukip is that they are giving a bloody nose to the tories.i despair of the political parties. what has happened to this country.? have we brought this all on ourselves because we have let these politicians do as they like with no restraint.if evil exists it truly must be this tory government.

  • jay May 3, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    There is a great piece on this blog about the misuse of tax payers money and it being shovelled into private hands. This young woman hits the nail on the head with her in depth facts and figures.


  • GEOFF REYNOLDS May 3, 2013 at 11:25 pm

    Personally, i consider the humungus rises in pay and expenses of MPs to be the root cause of the Labour Party losing its direction.

    The extra wealth has led them into a new realm of hobnobbing with the enemy. They have started to relate to issues above their roots and have lost contact with the guiding principles of socialism such as the welfare state.
    Many of the party own multiple properties and follow the pattern of greed that ensues, often voting on issues that will enhance their private portfolios.

    Money men have crept into the ranks and follow disproportionate routes that embitter those who sit beside them.
    They have lost contact but purport to be chasing policies that will appeal to the electorate.
    Sadly, the truth is they have lost their way………………….

    No longer do they communicate with the grass roots or the unions, thinking they know what we want rather than asking.

    Always promising, they never deliver, often siding with the opponents on matters that cause the supporters to wonder, in amazement, “what the hell are they doing”?

    Policies begin to look more and more similar to the coalitions as they are drawn blindly down a blind alley………..
    Backstabbing by the likes of Blair does not help, spinning around like headless chickens wondering where to turn………

    Instead of being champions of the welfare state they now imagine their roll as guardians of middle england, the very people who deem themselves to be the strivers and who look down on anyone less fortunate as being dross.

    Getting back to basics is the first step in repairing the damage. Listening to what we want instead of telling us and for christ sakes, ditch the bankers!

  • GEOFF REYNOLDS May 3, 2013 at 11:40 pm

    The Labour Party have become ashamed of the disabled and are happy to go along with the ethnic cleansing of the less fortunates, no wonder the Scots have lost faith in them………..

    A society is judged on its ability to look after its weakest,
    ours is geared up to help the richest.


  • Annos May 4, 2013 at 12:42 am

    “Local election 2013: ‘Put disabled down’ councillor re-elected in Cornwall”


    I am lost for words!!!.

  • Annos May 4, 2013 at 1:02 pm

    “GPs ‘flooded’ with letter requests due to UK benefit reforms”


  • Thomas May 4, 2013 at 4:05 pm

    Who do I vote for? Labour are Tory-lite, Lib Dems are traitors in my eyes to those who voted for them, Tories want to ruin my life, UKIP are fascists, BNP are Nazis, Greens and the TUSC have no chance of winning anything because of our voting system.

    • JEFFREY May 5, 2013 at 2:38 pm

      the voting system is useless,stop complying with it then
      if no one voted they would have to wise up ..jeff lph ..

      ps 3 parties same policies same all over the world..

  • GEOFF REYNOLDS May 5, 2013 at 9:10 am

    Still reeling from the loss of so many seats, the coalition came up with a “howler” this morning……………

    Apparently they are taking the moral high ground and intend to bring in a draft resolution called “Aydens Law”.
    The new draft is an attempt to make bullying in the playground and around school, a thing of the past……………

    Bullying of any kind is totally reprehensible they stated!

    What a bloody joke from the party who indiscriminately target the disabled and poorest in society!!!

    Even balding little creep, thatchers arse wipe, Hague, made a comment this morning. The tories don’t need to alter course much, he said, but understood that welfare was one of the issues needing to be addressed……………………..

    News sources stated that one in five families in the uk had to borrow or raid savings, just to eat.
    Wait until the cuts bite, if Cameron had his way we would be eating each other…………………….

    “The making of modern Britain”, what a fucking embarrassment……………..

  • nigel simmons May 9, 2013 at 11:21 am

    The man in charge of our National Health Service has been found totally lacking in his ability to manage it with any semblance of credibility .Over a THOUSAND DEATHS caused by his lack of COMPASSION & PATIENT COMMITTMNENT in One Hospital – Stafford .Thatcher brought him in to close all the mental hospitals and implement Ken Clarkes ‘Care in the Community’ in 1990 which caused suicides galore and since then he has run the NHS on Profitability Grounds rather than any Patient Care and Respect .We the British Public owe it to the Victims of all Patients that have suffered under his Callous Regime .Ask yourself before you sign the Petition “Why hasn’t he been sacked” because he knows too much and he would take too many others with him .Please Make A Stand Against Our Ever Eroding Rights As Members of the British Public http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/49715

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