Re: Local elections
- From: JNugent <jenningsltd@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 10 May 2012 17:57:04 +0100
On 10/05/2012 14:06, rosenstiel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
In article<zaA5SsjCj2qPFwRt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, pah@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Paul
On Wed, 9 May 2012 at 16:31:20, rosenstiel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote
in uk.politics.electoral :
Haven't even heard of this one.
You haven't been listening. It finally does something about educational
disadvantage by giving extra funds to schools for each pupil on free
school meals. Add significant extra funding to my granddaughter's school.
Since I don't have any children, then why *would* I know about this?
So you have no worry about where the money for your pension is going to come
*If* you consider that an achievement...
Certainly do. This country has been offensively homophobic for far too
I suspect more people will be offended by its introduction, than by
its previous lack...
Not more. Some I agree. Luckily they are dying off fairly fast.
Is that your answer for everyone who has a view contrary to your quite... er..."fashionable" set of preferences, or do you accept that others have a right to differ from you (and people like you) and still maintain a right to life?
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