PUT THE POLITICIANS ON THE MINIMUM WAGE AND WATCH HOW FAST THINGS CHANGE
Civilisation has operated in two ways - To make one part of society more affluent and the other more wretched than would have been the lot of either in a natural state
There are Natural Rights and Civil Rights. Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
Where Our Power to Execute Our Natural Rights is Perfect, Government has No Legitimate Jurisdiction
When the Forces for War are Greater than the Forces for Peace   Then the World is in Danger
Politics is not a Dirty Word. It is a Way of Life. How is Your Way of Life Today ?
Brexit

VOTING INTENTIONS- BREXIT IS ABIT LIKE HEALTH, WE HAVE A RIGHT TO IT !

Brexit
PEOPLE DONT VOTE WHEN THEY THINK THEIR VOTE DOESN’T COUNT. AND WHO CAN BLAME THEM.
THE FIRST PAST THE POST SYSTEM IS CORRUPT and undemocratic, WHICH IS WHY SO MANY MORE ” LOW INCOME” PEOPLE VOTED IN THE REFERENDUM.
 
MOST WORKING CLASS AND PENSIONERS ARE THE LOW INCOME CLASS SO WHY NOT SAY SO.
IF THEY ALL VOTED AGAINST THE HIGH INCOME CLASS THE TORIES, THE POLITICAL WING OF THE BANKERS SPIVS AND SPECULATORS, WOULD NEVER GET INTO POWER.
 
 LABOUR MP’s IN THE MAIN DO NOT REPRESENT THE WORKING CLASSES ONLY THEMSELVES AND THE CAPITALIST SYSTEM ,AND THE SOONER THE SOCIALISTS RECOGNISE IT THE BETTER.
 
THE LABOUR PARTY WILL NEVER CHANGE ITS SPOTS BECAUSE IT IS ESSENTIALLY GREEDY.
 
AND WHEN CHANGE THROUGH THE BALLOT BOX IS STACKED AGAINST YOU,
AS BREXITEERS ARE FINDING OUT, DRASTIC ACTION IS NEEDED.
 
BREXIT IS ABIT LIKE HEALTH, WE HAVE A RIGHT TO IT ! –
 
How is that for a Political slogan come the next General Election

 

Low-income voters could be a crucial force in the next general election, new research finds

 

LOW-INCOME voters could be a crucial force at the next general election, new research revealed today.

Ceren Sager

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2019

 

Nearly 60 per cent of low-income people who did not vote during the 2017 election say they are now planning to cast a ballot in the next one.

The findings emerged from analysis by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation of survey data on voter attitudes covering the last four years.

High levels of disillusionment, distrust and cynicism were recorded, with many people becoming suspicious at what they see as broken promises, neglect and not being listened to.

Most voters are looking for leaders who understand their lives, reflect their values and will tackle the issues that matter the most to them and their families, the foundation reported.

The promotion of local economic growth, training and job opportunities were some of the top policy proposals voters were looking for.

High levels of support for more secure tenancies in the private rented sector, extra social housing and higher benefits were also declared.

Labour’s shadow minister for voter engagement Cat Smith said demands for jobs and living standards were “not a surprise.”

“This government has presided over a decade of austerity and cuts to public services which have disproportionately impacted upon low-income households and families,” she said.

“They will understandably want their voice heard.

“I am proud that Labour is listening to these concerns and that a future Labour government will end austerity, abolish universal credit and the punitive sanctions regime and rebalance our economy so that it benefits the many not the few.”

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