Theresa embraces Marxism

15 Nov 2005
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Mrs May finds herself irresistibly drawn to the teachings of the German economist and social reformer.

"Miliband wants to live in a 'Marxist universe', Cameron claims as leaders clash over Labour 'gimmick' to freeze energy bills
  • Labour would legislate to freeze bills from May 2015 to January 2017
  • Households would save £120 and businesses would be £1,800
  • But Cameron warns governments cannot control global oil and gas prices
By Matt Chorley, MailOnline Political Editor

Published: 12:33, 9 October 2013 | Updated: 13:15, 9 October 2013

David Cameron today accused Ed Miliband of 'wanting to live in a Marxist universe' as the two leaders clashed over how to tackle crippling energy bills.

The Prime Minister accused the Labour leader of wanting to impose state control on markets while increasing costs for families with extra green levies."

but now....

"April 27 2017, 5:00pm, The Times
May’s price cap is as Marxist as Miliband’s
Philip Collins

The Conservative leader’s ham-fisted intervention in the energy market shows how little we can expect from her"

"Trying to decipher what this general election is about, there is a lot of noise and not much of a signal. Theresa May’s approach to campaigning — avoiding the public and the pesky journalists with their questions — reflects really badly on her fragility. The Tory manifesto is said to be light on anything so conventional as actual policies. Better to promise nothing and be sure to deliver it. You have to search for a clue to what is going on and, on your behalf, I think I have found it. There is nothing going on."
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Tis true

they spoke at length about this caper on radio 4 this morning.

secretary of state for energy was interviewed & came out with some waffle that he claimed was different to Millibands policy

As joe stalin said

"u can lie to all of the people some of the time but u cannot lie to all the people all of the time"

Was not joe stalin but he might have said similar :idea::idea::) may be , possibly ???
You do realise that Johnnyboy is actually saying that , politicians can't change their minds about anything. I sincerely hope that in ten years time, 99.99999999999% of this country say that Brexit was the best thing to ever happen to this country. Only Johnnyboy will be that 0.00000000000% that believed otherwise.
Looks like he came home from the pub at midnight.
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Think about it Johnnyboy,, for almost all his life Jeremy Corbyn was a committed Eurosceptic. He was part of the Labour government , elected on the (broken) promise of a referendum. When we finally got the referendum, he changed his tune quicker than a chameleon. If it's ok for him to do this, then I'm sure it's ok by you for all politicians to do the same. Therefore TM can change her mind (or is it only you that has a problem with certain politicians changing their minds?)
Labour wanted to put a freeze on any future prices rises, so the big six didn't reduce prices when they could have. Theresa May want to put a cap on the difference betwen the cheapest deals, and the standard variable tarrif; which means that they'll increase the cheapest deals. Same problems, different solution same claptrap from the politicians and the big six.

When the energy reegulator has the balls to do their job properly, it won't require the politicians to come up with dubious vote winning ideas.

It was Abramah Lincon that said that You can fool all the people some of the time and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.

I think Stalin worked on the basis that he didn't give a damn what the people thought, unlike the Chinese who tell the people what to think, and the North Koreans, who tell the people what to think, and then make sure they repeat it. Common factor, ooh lets see, communism by any chance. And where do Corby and McDonall stand on this point; yup, right behind them.