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- Keep up the Pressure to Free Al Jazeera Journalists
- I Hate It When I'm Right
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- Sssh! Do not mention this poll finding
- You don't need to vote for the Elite Consensus Party, because they'll win anyway
- Tsar Nicolas 2nd Feb - 1:02am
Malc Paying for public services can be done not only by levying tax. for that matter, funding the deficit doesn't have to be done through...
- David Allen 2nd Feb - 12:18am
Sure, the Greens have a long way to go. At least they are trying. They are heading in the right direction. The Cleggites are going...
- malc 2nd Feb - 12:16am
Syriza might be simplistic, but they are offering people hope, which is more than the UK political parties are doing. There is a decent size...
- Tsar Nicolas 2nd Feb - 12:05am
Simon Shaw "the same sort of simplistic solutions as Syriza," I have to say that the notion you have of starving people until the economy...
- Simon Shaw 1st Feb - 11:11pm
@Mr Wallace "Thing is though, if a Green Party with 1 MP who got very little support at the last election can be polling higher...
- paul barker 1st Feb - 10:00pm
Its more doublethink than hypocrisy, they really do see themselves as "a moral crusade" & paradoxically that means they can use any methods to win.