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Old November 8th, 2019, 06:13 PM   #13681
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I get what you're saying but we're simply not going to agree. What attracts me to labour are the policies regarding investment in public services and Corbynomics, I like Mcdonell we do need a shift away from neo liberalism. What does vex me though is the attitude towards security; we shoukd keep a deterrent at least until weapons can be sensibly negotiated away. Until such a time this remains one of my concerns about Corbyn. That's all I have to say.
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I get what you're saying but we're simply not going to agree. What attracts me to labour are the policies regarding investment in public services and Corbynomics, I like Mcdonell we do need a shift away from neo liberalism. What does vex me though is the attitude towards security; we shoukd keep a deterrent at least until weapons can be sensibly negotiated away. Until such a time this remains one of my concerns about Corbyn. That's all I have to say.
I wouldn't worry too much - AFAIK it's still Labour policy to retain Trident and pursue multi-lateral disarmament instead. Despite Corbyn's own personal beliefs, he can't change that on his own, and realistically it's hard to imagine the Labour Party/the media/the general public/NATO/etc going along with it.
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