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Standard User edwincluck
(regular) Sun 09-Aug-15 01:07:20
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CORBYNOMICS: a People's Bank to fund a FTTP network?! *DELETED*


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Standard User Andrue
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sun 09-Aug-15 08:23:43
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Yup, traditional Labour alright. A government spending spree and nationalisation. No thank you.

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Standard User billford
(elder) Sun 09-Aug-15 08:36:11
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Re: CORBYNOMICS: a People's Bank to fund a FTTP network?!


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In reply to a post by Andrue:
Yup, traditional Labour alright. A government spending spree and nationalisation. No thank you.
The last suggestion has merit however, especially if you're a Conservative supporter:
In reply to a post by edwincluck:
... just three days to sign up for Labour Party membership; just three days to vote for Mr Jeremy Corbyn! Go on, you know it makes sense!
tongue

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Standard User smurf46
(committed) Sun 09-Aug-15 09:18:07
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Labour is going to the dogs. All you have to do is pick a winner and cash in. It's that easy . . .

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(staff) Sun 09-Aug-15 09:18:27
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I suggest you read the site rules on advertising that your post falls into.

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