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It wasn’t the European Union

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It wasn’t the European Union that privatised YOUR British Rail.

twitter, @andrew_adonis, It wasn’t the EU that brought in tuition fees for students

And it wasn’t the EU that brought in tuition fees for students.

#EUWASNT

Written by beleben

August 24, 2018 at 10:22 am

Posted in Politics

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  1. As I recall, while Adonis was in government, advising on education, and the EU wasn’t introducing tuition fees, the EU also didn’t sell the gold reserves or give independence to the Bank of England.

    Mike

    August 26, 2018 at 6:42 am

  2. It’s truly depressing to witness such cynical hate-mongering from a member of the former Blair government which approved of (and was responsible for) many of the things he now complains about. Adonis’s point that governments can make mistakes merely illustrates how important it is that we continue to live in a genuine democracy where the decisions of the electorate are respected and where politicians can be voted out of office when they let us down. And what on earth does Adonis mean by “handing over complete unregulated control”? Is he trying to suggest that important decisions shouldn’t be taken by our democratically elected representatives, but should instead be taken by a self-appointed, self-serving, narcissistic, unaccountable elite? Because (of course) Andrew and Gina and Tony are just SOOOOOOO clever and wise and faultless, and they never make mistakes (except of course when they lie to the public and start an illegal unwinnable war), and they’re just…well, you know….BETTER than the rest of you LITTLE PEOPLE, who aren’t proper people at all, really, because you’re not RICH. And, actually, let’s face it: Brexit voters aren’t really “human”; they’re more a sort of retarded ape who are too subhuman to be allowed to vote (which is a PROVEN FACT, because Polly Toynfascist has said it in the Grauniad). etc. etc.

    Moomo

    September 4, 2018 at 5:14 pm


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