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Old 01-28-2004, 01:44 PM   #16
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Sorry for the number of replies...we have so few threads about British politics that I have to enjoy them while they're here.
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Old 01-28-2004, 01:52 PM   #17
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That's why I made it. Just for you

And because a part of me doesn't want to see the guy go because I think he might be the man who could bring the UK and the EU closer together, regardless of the Iraq issue.

That's actually the only reason
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Old 01-28-2004, 03:09 PM   #18
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Yeah, Paisley's just an idiot and it's hard to believe the DUP are actually the largest party now. (Sorry to any DUP voters out there.)



I agree 100%. Where would this country be without doctors, nurses, teachers, social workers and the like...and yet here's the government making it harder for people to train for those careers.

Besides which, once you've qualified as a teacher you'll be paying more income tax than someone who didn't go to college and consequently didn't get such a good job, so you'll be paying for the cost of attending university through the general taxation system.

Of course that's ignoring the fact that teaching isn't one of the better paid jobs a graduate could get, so there more debt a person is likely to get into whilst attending university, the less likely they are to take a public service job which is usually less well paid than a private sector job.

Well the gap between the DUP and Sinn Fein closed a lot this year they were neck and neck nearly in the elections. Its the nationalist parties who are against the top up fees here because its families with most children are catholic families and they earn more money. And its also the parents they are sending the bill out to at the end of each year with Paisley saying all students do is party, drink and lie in bed, I defy him to say that, I work hard (ok not when I got of at Christmas) but everyday that library and study areas are full of people working and ppl stya working there all night sometimes.

The whole with the Labour party going back on what they said is outrageous
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