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    Default how do we get rid of gordon brown ?

    with all the threads and rants about the cost of liveing on so many forums and the feeling i get every payday knowing gordon is going to take a shed load back ., plus all the lovely imigrants that now hang round the local towns ..,, so how do we the public revolt and call a general election or a leadership battle in the labour party ?? or just simply get shot or gordon and his leaches ...?...........

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    we lose all ways m8
    even if he gets out the next lot dont backtrack so all the high taxes will still be thier,
    just giving someone else a chance to roll in our hard earned cash

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    We do what us brits do best - we moan but dont do anything else !

    A previous topic suggested a general strike, that would certainly be a wake up call to the government but to do that all the trade unions would have to get their heads together and seeing as most of the unions are in labours pocket this will never happen.
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    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    november the 5th seams like a good date for a protest
    and i have 2 growbags(when the tomatoes have been picked)

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    It will need to be a unified thing, if it goes like the last fuel protest did then it won't work because ppl pulled out due to the hardship it was causing the common man where food couldn't be delivered and the 999 services were at risk.

    However a national strike wouldn't hurt anyone too much if it's called for one day, it would however hurt business and the IRS, one day to me and you in lost wages would mean a personal loss of one days pay, to business it will run into hundred's of million's per day, on the day in concern the agreement should be no one uses the car from 5am - 9pm unless it's an emergency where someones life is at risk, this should ensure ppl don't do the sneaky and still go to work, anyone who gets the sack over it should stand up and speak and a national register of firms that sacked ppl shall go on a boycott list to return the favour back to them.

    So the best way to attack this is one day strikes every month until someone from silver spoon street actually takes note that we are serious.

    There also needs to be an exempt list, post up who you feel should be excused and for what reason.

    999 - Obvious.
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    It'll never work ! when did anyone ever win anything by calling a strike ? it's just "cutting ya nose of to spite ya face" IMHO

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    If you have a Labour MP go tell HIM !! Once he understands that the voting public are going to take away his cushy lifestyle and EXPENSES then he might put pressure on Brown.

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    The only one single thing you can do is vote for the opposition. We can winge and moan as much as we like and they won't take notice.

    The difficulty I have is choosing who to vote for although it's a no brainer that it won't be Labour !

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