Those who voted Tory and regretted it – Stop MP Lies and Propaganda

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8 thoughts on “Those who voted Tory and regretted it – Stop MP Lies and Propaganda

    1. thegentlemancaller100

      That’s right, Conservative voters also use libraries, meals-on-wheels, care services, residential care homes, sheltered housing, day centres, respite care centres, the NHS, schools and if you’ve been made redundant (be it as a civil servant or a bin man) then the DWP. Initial stories that were coming out about the cruelty of ATOS were all to do with middle class professionals who had fallen ill. This government’s wrongdoing has touched everybody.

  1. Joan Edington

    The thing that really gets me about the comments on the Stop MP Lies and Propaganda article is that most of the commenters seem to have been personally affected by IDS et al. I have to wonder if all these ex-Tory voters would still be breaking ranks if it was only “other people” that had been affected.

    1. Tony Dean

      4.8 million people have been harassed by the Work Capability Assessment, a million plus have been sanctioned and hundreds of thousand ended up on various slave labour schemes.
      If they voted Tory before the experience, I doubt they are going to now.

      1. Joan Edington

        Yes, Tony, but my point was more how many of that 4.8 million were actually previous Tory voters. I suspect most of them were who I referred to as “other people” to the Tories.

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