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    Protest brings 150,000 to the streets of London to demand David Cameron's resignation

    A protest calling on David Cameron to resign has brought more than 150,000 people onto the streets of London.

    The March for Health, Homes, Jobs and Education was organised by activist group the People's Assembly. The demonstrators called for an end to austerity, and demanded that David Cameron quit over the revelation that he profited from his father's offshore investment fund.

    Anti-austerity protest brings 150,000 to the streets of London to demand David Cameron's resignation | UK Politics | News | The Independent

    WTF!! 150,000 March in London calling for the PM to resign and this is today's news!! These papers are a joke!!


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    those papers never tell the readers about planned marches either
    guess they want to keep the numbers down

    That Sunday Times story about Ian Botham backing Brexit looks good though...
    better than that miserable git Arsene Wenger saying the opposite
    bloody foreigners telling us how to run our country
    hope west ham beat Arsenal to champions leauge 4th spot

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    Why would controlled media endorse freedom of speech?

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    My mate Barry was there, he said around 100,000 attended and yep not a sniff of it on any news channel. Big Corp has a stranglehold on democracy in the UK. Glad I've made my Brexit.

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    Place is buggered. If the prime minister can't be forced to resign after being caught out evading paying income tax why should anyone else bother obeying the law.

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    ^ Was he caught evading tax? He says he sold his shares before becoming PM and paid tax on the dividends the received.

    Tax avoidance is legal, tax evasion is illegal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    ^ Was he caught evading tax? He says he sold his shares before becoming PM and paid tax on the dividends the received.

    Tax avoidance is legal, tax evasion is illegal.
    indeed. All legal except not disclosing it for 9 years on his members interests, and also lying, which although it not illegal, does show the cu nt up for what he truly is.

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    Cameron has a self imposed sell by date. He can fast forward to that date by losing the referendum.
    Given the self serving, cheating nature of politics, all he really guilty of is having a wealthy father die, and leave him an asset of value.

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    What would follow Cameron seems far worse. Osborne or Boris most likely. Anyone find them preferable?

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    If Cameron resigns then he doesn't need to keep his referendum promise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    Cameron has a self imposed sell by date. He can fast forward to that date by losing the referendum.
    Given the self serving, cheating nature of politics, all he really guilty of is having a wealthy father die, and leave him an asset of value.
    Indeed. He is now the crude hatchet man for the hidden hand, selling off;

    Hospitals
    Schools
    Land registry
    As much public land as possible (forests and parks in particular)
    RBS

    He is also pushing through

    War in Syria
    Changes in Tax to benefit multinationals, and hi net worth individuals
    and many laws to make unconstitutional acts by government legal (yes,the UK is a Constitutional Monarchy, and we have a constitution).

    ...safe in the knowledge that he is already said he will not stand for election again, and as you say, will crown Boris when the UK exits.. He can not go before then though - his job is to stay, and no matter what is found out about him, the PRESS and MEdia have his back. He Must stay until his role is played out in full.

    The UK will exit as well. The postal votes are handled by a company owned by Tory MP Peter Lilley brother. Lilley, part of the Tory Elite Pedo scet. . The UK has to exit so that they can push TTIP through straight away. You will note that Boris and Nigel keep emphasizing that Britain can negotiate TRADE DEALS quickly by itself, and Cameron is playing the game by making a bit of fear about it. As soon as Lilley has rigged the result for a resounding crushing win for the Brexit people, they will sign up to TTIP, which along with the war on the Pound that will also follow, with the pound dropping to 1:1 with the USD, the dumb fucks will cheer about saying Yeahhhh we have TTIP.


    TTIP and the hugely devalued pound will destroy every non service business in Britain, causing mass unemployment which will be blamed on the exit, and the weak pound. After a while, the people of the UK will be begging to get back into Europe.... and that will have the condition of being a part of the Euro as well, which people will accept, and with a Euro and USD being almost the same value at time, the cashless society will be introduced with one currency, and that is the nail in the coffin- the last nail. Slavery - full stop.

    So yes, Britain needs to exit, but straight away, the people need to be on the streets demanding NO TTIP. That is the only way to avoid a complete destruction of the UK. Oh, and remove the word Monarchy from Constitution Monarchy, and replace it with Republic would be nice.

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    150000 isn't even a fifth of 1% of the UK population.

    Who gives a fuck about what a load of soap dodging dole scroungers say?

    Surprised they managed to get that many off their fucking sofas.

    Get out and get a job you lazy fuckers.

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    It was posted on Social media by Corbyn supporters and by the retards that blame everything wrong in their lives and the world on " Tory Scum"

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