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Sack Esther McVey- The Song

March 19, 2015

Smile, readers, and sing along! By Alun Parry courtsey of Wirral TUC.


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  1. March 19, 2015 11:40 am

    Reblogged this on sdbast.

  2. March 20, 2015 2:50 am

    Esther McVey – Tory MP Wirral West

    No real opposition candidate in Wirral West.

    Even if Labour win, the Tory party will just sit in a caretaker government ruling Westminster for the next 5 years, in this predicted most severe hung parliament in UK history.

    This happened before.

    An old Daily Mirror headline stated

    – Labour surge
    – But Tories still in command.

    The only way to get the Tories out, is to put together a multi party coalition of more than
    2 parties to reach over the threshold of 323 MPs
    to put together an unassailable majority government.

    Never again will ONE party be able to run the UK Westminster parliament.

    Not even TWO parties will reach the threshold not to be a minority government.

    With so few voters, small parties have the best chance in a generation.

    So wherever you have a Tory or Lib Dem sitting MP and have one of the below as a candiate, put your pencil cross by the side of these below left wing parties.

    I have put their party name and logos to recognise on Thursday 7 May
    on me little personal website, to be helpful to you (I’m not a member of anything)

    Trade Unionist and Socialsit Coalition (TUSC)

    – Running over 122 and rising MP candidates
    ex Labour MPs and councillors
    who left or were sacked from Labour party for going against austerity cuts
    and trade union officials against austerity.

    Class War – Double dole, other benefits and state pension
    (great for the youth vote)

    Mebyon Kernow of Cornwall

    – Running in all Cornwall voting areas.
    The Tory and Lib Dem sitting MPs have the most slim votes that got
    them into the job in 2010.

    These parties would be natural allies to Labour,
    in the same support and confidence way that SNP and Plaid Cymru will be,
    but would be sufficient to utterly change Labour back to a party that cares about the poor.

  3. May 8, 2015 10:02 am

    It’s a shame Ian Duncan Smith didn’t go either.


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