UNISON warns cuts could lead to increased crime and claim community policing in Essex and London is 'dying on the beat'

Chief Constable Stephen Kavanagh

Essec Police and Crime Commissioner Nick Alston

UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter - Epping Forest

Cuts in the number of Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) could lead to an increase in crime, according to a union.

UNISON, which represents public sector workers, issued a statement yesterday reacting to a reduction of 3,500 PCSOs since May 2010.

In Essex the number has fallen by 28 per cent, the fourth largest reduction in England after City of London (71 per cent), Metropolitan Police (49 per cent) and Merseyside (31 per cent).

In the statement UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Neighbourhood policing is dying on the beat.

“PSCOs play a key role in intelligence gathering, tackling minor crimes and anti social behaviour.

“They are a reassuring and deterring visible presence in our streets and without them crime is likely to rise.

“The cuts on neighbourhood teams are putting the public safety into jeopardy.

“That is why we are calling on the Government to fund and maintain neighbourhood policing teams at their 2010 level.”

Essex Police Chief Constable Stephen Kavanagh admitted difficult decsions had to be made as central govenment funding continues to be cut.

He said: “It is no secret we are facing challenging times.

“We will become a smaller police force with fewer employees and our PCSOs have already felt some of that impact but PCSOs are here to stay and will remain a key part of the way that we do business.

“I greatly value the work of my PCSOs who perform an essential role.

“They are an important connection between the police and the communities we serve.”

Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex, Nick Alston, said he is confident the quality of policing will not be affected by the cuts.

He said: "Since I became PCC [November 2012], no PCSOs have been made redundant and I hope that won't happen.

“I am pleased that many PCSOs have now been able to train as police officers, continuing to use the experience they gained as PCSOs in their new roles.

“We will have fewer PCSOs as we are also likely to have fewer officers, staff and even police stations.

“Crime has continued to fall through all the recent changes and I am confident the Chief Constable and his officers, PCSOs and police staff will do all they can to continue to deliver professional policing to all of us in Essex.”

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8:34am Tue 29 Apr 14

MorrisHickey says...

Did these poor substitutes for police officers ever do anything apart from drawing their salaries?
Did these poor substitutes for police officers ever do anything apart from drawing their salaries? MorrisHickey
  • Score: 1

8:37am Tue 29 Apr 14

Villagecranberry says...

PCSO's are as useful as a one legged man in a backside kicking contest.

They just seem to drink tea all day at the tea hut in Whipps Cross Road.
PCSO's are as useful as a one legged man in a backside kicking contest. They just seem to drink tea all day at the tea hut in Whipps Cross Road. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 1

9:21am Tue 29 Apr 14

kirstywright says...

what do you expect from this government everything is done on the cheap ( or Camerons big society as he calls it) whilst they give their rich friends tax cuts and carry on claiming their expenses .
what do you expect from this government everything is done on the cheap ( or Camerons big society as he calls it) whilst they give their rich friends tax cuts and carry on claiming their expenses . kirstywright
  • Score: -12

9:39am Tue 29 Apr 14

MorrisHickey says...

Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar. MorrisHickey
  • Score: 17

10:18am Tue 29 Apr 14

T. Watts says...

MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
Yeah Mozza - and the Old Etonians have had almost a full parliament to reform them. Sorry, they're too busy giving tax cuts to their City friends...
[quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]Yeah Mozza - and the Old Etonians have had almost a full parliament to reform them. Sorry, they're too busy giving tax cuts to their City friends... T. Watts
  • Score: -9

10:26am Tue 29 Apr 14

MorrisHickey says...

T. Watts wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
Yeah Mozza - and the Old Etonians have had almost a full parliament to reform them. Sorry, they're too busy giving tax cuts to their City friends...
Please try to be polite with the name Mr Watts.
[quote][p][bold]T. Watts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]Yeah Mozza - and the Old Etonians have had almost a full parliament to reform them. Sorry, they're too busy giving tax cuts to their City friends...[/p][/quote]Please try to be polite with the name Mr Watts. MorrisHickey
  • Score: 7

10:57am Tue 29 Apr 14

T. Watts says...

MorrisHickey wrote:
T. Watts wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
Yeah Mozza - and the Old Etonians have had almost a full parliament to reform them. Sorry, they're too busy giving tax cuts to their City friends...
Please try to be polite with the name Mr Watts.
Sure thing, Mozbaby!
[quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]T. Watts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]Yeah Mozza - and the Old Etonians have had almost a full parliament to reform them. Sorry, they're too busy giving tax cuts to their City friends...[/p][/quote]Please try to be polite with the name Mr Watts.[/p][/quote]Sure thing, Mozbaby! T. Watts
  • Score: -3

12:08pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Villagecranberry says...

Maybe if the useless Nick Alston resigned, his salary woul pay for two real coppers a year.
Maybe if the useless Nick Alston resigned, his salary woul pay for two real coppers a year. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 0

1:46pm Tue 29 Apr 14

kirstywright says...

MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
[quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then kirstywright
  • Score: 1

2:10pm Tue 29 Apr 14

kirstywright says...

T. Watts wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
Yeah Mozza - and the Old Etonians have had almost a full parliament to reform them. Sorry, they're too busy giving tax cuts to their City friends...
this government don't know how to reform they just make people redundant -then tell them and to get a job with zero hours and **** pay. whilst letting everything go up except wages to keep all the share holders happy in all the company's they sell off at low prices . nice one Vince
[quote][p][bold]T. Watts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]Yeah Mozza - and the Old Etonians have had almost a full parliament to reform them. Sorry, they're too busy giving tax cuts to their City friends...[/p][/quote]this government don't know how to reform they just make people redundant -then tell them and to get a job with zero hours and **** pay. whilst letting everything go up except wages to keep all the share holders happy in all the company's they sell off at low prices . nice one Vince kirstywright
  • Score: 2

5:24pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Villagecranberry says...

kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
[quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 3

6:51pm Tue 29 Apr 14

kirstywright says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right - kirstywright
  • Score: 1

7:05pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Alan_1976 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
Incorrect.

The peak number was in 2009.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]Incorrect. The peak number was in 2009. Alan_1976
  • Score: 6

9:21pm Tue 29 Apr 14

kirstywright says...

Alan_1976 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
Incorrect.

The peak number was in 2009.
as alan says the peak for police numbers 144.353 in 2009 - but since the last election they have lost 15.995 and an another 3,488 are to be cut thanks to Theresa May. statistics on the home office website.-
[quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]Incorrect. The peak number was in 2009.[/p][/quote]as alan says the peak for police numbers 144.353 in 2009 - but since the last election they have lost 15.995 and an another 3,488 are to be cut thanks to Theresa May. statistics on the home office website.- kirstywright
  • Score: 8

10:17pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Villagecranberry says...

kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -
Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar.

Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough.

Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing.

As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many!

I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats.

We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.
[quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -[/p][/quote]Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar. Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough. Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing. As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many! I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats. We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -2

6:38am Wed 30 Apr 14

stickmanny says...

You forgot the bit about the green toothed fairy children. It would've made you're argument much more persuasive.
You forgot the bit about the green toothed fairy children. It would've made you're argument much more persuasive. stickmanny
  • Score: 4

9:23am Wed 30 Apr 14

Alan_1976 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -
Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar.

Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough.

Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing.

As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many!

I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats.

We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.
Sorry can't seem to see in that diatribe where you acknowledge the fact that your statement "There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs" is actually completely factually incorrect.

I'm sure you were getting to that.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -[/p][/quote]Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar. Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough. Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing. As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many! I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats. We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.[/p][/quote]Sorry can't seem to see in that diatribe where you acknowledge the fact that your statement "There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs" is actually completely factually incorrect. I'm sure you were getting to that. Alan_1976
  • Score: 6

10:30am Wed 30 Apr 14

kirstywright says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -
Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar.

Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough.

Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing.

As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many!

I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats.

We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.
stop reading the sun newspaper and get in the real world .
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -[/p][/quote]Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar. Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough. Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing. As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many! I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats. We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.[/p][/quote]stop reading the sun newspaper and get in the real world . kirstywright
  • Score: 4

10:38am Wed 30 Apr 14

kirstywright says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -
Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar.

Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough.

Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing.

As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many!

I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats.

We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.
who said anything about supporting Labour I didnt - I just dont like this government -- stop assuming all the time, have you been to a food bank have you seen the disabled struggling to get work - what was it you said about the pcso they sit in a hut at whipps cross drinking tea all day .... really -- im on this website so you said I must be out of work -- all people on benefits are cheats and spend money on pizzas and flat screen tv etc etc ASSU ME has your name in it ME ME ME ME ME
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -[/p][/quote]Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar. Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough. Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing. As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many! I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats. We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.[/p][/quote]who said anything about supporting Labour I didnt - I just dont like this government -- stop assuming all the time, have you been to a food bank have you seen the disabled struggling to get work - what was it you said about the pcso they sit in a hut at whipps cross drinking tea all day .... really -- im on this website so you said I must be out of work -- all people on benefits are cheats and spend money on pizzas and flat screen tv etc etc ASSU ME has your name in it ME ME ME ME ME kirstywright
  • Score: 4

11:44am Wed 30 Apr 14

Villagecranberry says...

kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -
Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar.

Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough.

Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing.

As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many!

I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats.

We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.
who said anything about supporting Labour I didnt - I just dont like this government -- stop assuming all the time, have you been to a food bank have you seen the disabled struggling to get work - what was it you said about the pcso they sit in a hut at whipps cross drinking tea all day .... really -- im on this website so you said I must be out of work -- all people on benefits are cheats and spend money on pizzas and flat screen tv etc etc ASSU ME has your name in it ME ME ME ME ME
Helen, I have no need to go to a food bank and if people spend their benefits wisely without having pizzas delivered with cheese garlic bread and tattoos and piercings, neither would they.

Food Banks, like 'bedroom tax' are emotive concepts dreamed up by champagne socialists who bankrupt the UK after 13 years under mainly Bliar and the hopeless buffoon Brown, sold off our gold reserves at rock bottom prices and who now think the public have suffered amnesia.

UKIP, fraught with flaws are coming up on the rails and will bite the behinds of both Cameron , Clegg and Millibrand ( whose leadership is worse than Michael Foot's' and give the main parties a bloody nose, because the main parties are all scared to discuss what matters ,namely immigration.
[quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -[/p][/quote]Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar. Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough. Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing. As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many! I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats. We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.[/p][/quote]who said anything about supporting Labour I didnt - I just dont like this government -- stop assuming all the time, have you been to a food bank have you seen the disabled struggling to get work - what was it you said about the pcso they sit in a hut at whipps cross drinking tea all day .... really -- im on this website so you said I must be out of work -- all people on benefits are cheats and spend money on pizzas and flat screen tv etc etc ASSU ME has your name in it ME ME ME ME ME[/p][/quote]Helen, I have no need to go to a food bank and if people spend their benefits wisely without having pizzas delivered with cheese garlic bread and tattoos and piercings, neither would they. Food Banks, like 'bedroom tax' are emotive concepts dreamed up by champagne socialists who bankrupt the UK after 13 years under mainly Bliar and the hopeless buffoon Brown, sold off our gold reserves at rock bottom prices and who now think the public have suffered amnesia. UKIP, fraught with flaws are coming up on the rails and will bite the behinds of both Cameron , Clegg and Millibrand ( whose leadership is worse than Michael Foot's' and give the main parties a bloody nose, because the main parties are all scared to discuss what matters ,namely immigration. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -5

11:59am Wed 30 Apr 14

Alan_1976 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -
Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar.

Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough.

Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing.

As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many!

I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats.

We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.
who said anything about supporting Labour I didnt - I just dont like this government -- stop assuming all the time, have you been to a food bank have you seen the disabled struggling to get work - what was it you said about the pcso they sit in a hut at whipps cross drinking tea all day .... really -- im on this website so you said I must be out of work -- all people on benefits are cheats and spend money on pizzas and flat screen tv etc etc ASSU ME has your name in it ME ME ME ME ME
Helen, I have no need to go to a food bank and if people spend their benefits wisely without having pizzas delivered with cheese garlic bread and tattoos and piercings, neither would they.

Food Banks, like 'bedroom tax' are emotive concepts dreamed up by champagne socialists who bankrupt the UK after 13 years under mainly Bliar and the hopeless buffoon Brown, sold off our gold reserves at rock bottom prices and who now think the public have suffered amnesia.

UKIP, fraught with flaws are coming up on the rails and will bite the behinds of both Cameron , Clegg and Millibrand ( whose leadership is worse than Michael Foot's' and give the main parties a bloody nose, because the main parties are all scared to discuss what matters ,namely immigration.
"Helen"

Time to let go Cornbeefur. She's moved on. She's just not that into you.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -[/p][/quote]Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar. Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough. Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing. As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many! I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats. We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.[/p][/quote]who said anything about supporting Labour I didnt - I just dont like this government -- stop assuming all the time, have you been to a food bank have you seen the disabled struggling to get work - what was it you said about the pcso they sit in a hut at whipps cross drinking tea all day .... really -- im on this website so you said I must be out of work -- all people on benefits are cheats and spend money on pizzas and flat screen tv etc etc ASSU ME has your name in it ME ME ME ME ME[/p][/quote]Helen, I have no need to go to a food bank and if people spend their benefits wisely without having pizzas delivered with cheese garlic bread and tattoos and piercings, neither would they. Food Banks, like 'bedroom tax' are emotive concepts dreamed up by champagne socialists who bankrupt the UK after 13 years under mainly Bliar and the hopeless buffoon Brown, sold off our gold reserves at rock bottom prices and who now think the public have suffered amnesia. UKIP, fraught with flaws are coming up on the rails and will bite the behinds of both Cameron , Clegg and Millibrand ( whose leadership is worse than Michael Foot's' and give the main parties a bloody nose, because the main parties are all scared to discuss what matters ,namely immigration.[/p][/quote]"Helen" Time to let go Cornbeefur. She's moved on. She's just not that into you. Alan_1976
  • Score: 5

12:47pm Wed 30 Apr 14

kirstywright says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -
Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar.

Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough.

Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing.

As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many!

I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats.

We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.
who said anything about supporting Labour I didnt - I just dont like this government -- stop assuming all the time, have you been to a food bank have you seen the disabled struggling to get work - what was it you said about the pcso they sit in a hut at whipps cross drinking tea all day .... really -- im on this website so you said I must be out of work -- all people on benefits are cheats and spend money on pizzas and flat screen tv etc etc ASSU ME has your name in it ME ME ME ME ME
Helen, I have no need to go to a food bank and if people spend their benefits wisely without having pizzas delivered with cheese garlic bread and tattoos and piercings, neither would they.

Food Banks, like 'bedroom tax' are emotive concepts dreamed up by champagne socialists who bankrupt the UK after 13 years under mainly Bliar and the hopeless buffoon Brown, sold off our gold reserves at rock bottom prices and who now think the public have suffered amnesia.

UKIP, fraught with flaws are coming up on the rails and will bite the behinds of both Cameron , Clegg and Millibrand ( whose leadership is worse than Michael Foot's' and give the main parties a bloody nose, because the main parties are all scared to discuss what matters ,namely immigration.
like i said" who said anything about supporting labour" and whos helen?
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -[/p][/quote]Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar. Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough. Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing. As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many! I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats. We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.[/p][/quote]who said anything about supporting Labour I didnt - I just dont like this government -- stop assuming all the time, have you been to a food bank have you seen the disabled struggling to get work - what was it you said about the pcso they sit in a hut at whipps cross drinking tea all day .... really -- im on this website so you said I must be out of work -- all people on benefits are cheats and spend money on pizzas and flat screen tv etc etc ASSU ME has your name in it ME ME ME ME ME[/p][/quote]Helen, I have no need to go to a food bank and if people spend their benefits wisely without having pizzas delivered with cheese garlic bread and tattoos and piercings, neither would they. Food Banks, like 'bedroom tax' are emotive concepts dreamed up by champagne socialists who bankrupt the UK after 13 years under mainly Bliar and the hopeless buffoon Brown, sold off our gold reserves at rock bottom prices and who now think the public have suffered amnesia. UKIP, fraught with flaws are coming up on the rails and will bite the behinds of both Cameron , Clegg and Millibrand ( whose leadership is worse than Michael Foot's' and give the main parties a bloody nose, because the main parties are all scared to discuss what matters ,namely immigration.[/p][/quote]like i said" who said anything about supporting labour" and whos helen? kirstywright
  • Score: 2

1:58pm Wed 30 Apr 14

kirstywright says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
MorrisHickey wrote:
Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.
but at least there was more of them back then
There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.
stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -
Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar.

Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough.

Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing.

As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many!

I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats.

We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.
what this government are doing is cut and divide - they are making working people resent other people who for no fault of their own may need help - granted a few take the **** - but the biggest benefit drain is the pensions and immigration not the out of work or disabled who Duncan Smith seems to take great pleasure in clobbering- so we all end up blaming each other . The real problem is the tax avoidance from big name firms - people like Philip Green using his wives Monaco account to put our tax into , the banking scandal - and tax cuts from the mega rich.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: Interesting that you blame the government. PCSOs were introduced in 2002 when the prime minister was Bliar.[/p][/quote]but at least there was more of them back then[/p][/quote]There are actually more PCSO's and more Special Constables now than there ever were under Labour but less Police Officers as the ridiculous scheme that Blunkett's dog thought up has done away with real Copper's jobs.[/p][/quote]stop blaming the last government for everything that records wearing thin - this lot have had 3 years to correct it and done sod all except introduce food banks to the British society , Cameron" this is a christian country" - bedroom tax -cuts for the needy - yeah right -[/p][/quote]Yes but Labour were in for 13 years, you remember that song? 'Things can only get better, can only get better?' They did not seem to under Tony Bliar. Sing that song to the thousands of service men's families of love ones who lost their loved ones in the two Bliar Wars, his 'Legacy' or the thousands of families whose breadwinner spends anything he has on a 'Tessa Jowell gambling can be fun' addictive gambling machine in one of the converted pubs in the borough. Now in opposition, Labour invent a non existent 'Food Bank' where food is given away to anyone who asks for it, primarily people who spend the benefits intended for their children , on tattoos, piercings, £19.99 pizza deals, drugs, alcohol, 50 inch wide TV screens and so on, whilst pleading poverty to get food for nothing. As for the non existent 'bedroom tax' how many people have actually given up their accommodation? Not many! I do not like much of what the coalition have done, but I tell you this, it is the first time in many many years that a government has taken this total abuse of the welfare system and put a stop to this lifetime attitude of welfare dependability that has been encouraged by Labour policies whose sole intention is to keep the poor exactly that, poor. Stifle hope and ambition whilst enthusiastically lining up their own offspring to attend the best schools, through the best universities, towards further nepotism by parachuting them into safe Labour seats. We will soon have the pleasure of the next generation 'New Labour Champaign Socialists'. Sons of Bliar, Prescott, Kinnock and 'Blacked up Morris Dancers' Straw, all living millionaire lifestyles, living in million odd pound 'starter homes'. Ready to exploit the next generation of underclass to fund and fuel their future existence.[/p][/quote]what this government are doing is cut and divide - they are making working people resent other people who for no fault of their own may need help - granted a few take the **** - but the biggest benefit drain is the pensions and immigration not the out of work or disabled who Duncan Smith seems to take great pleasure in clobbering- so we all end up blaming each other . The real problem is the tax avoidance from big name firms - people like Philip Green using his wives Monaco account to put our tax into , the banking scandal - and tax cuts from the mega rich. kirstywright
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