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'For the many not the few' is a tagline I can't stand. I'm disappointed the Tories are now using it, as Labour has been, it is divisive and creates an 'us' and 'them' mentality which is not what politics needs in this already divisive time. Who are the 'many' and who fits in [1]
the description of the 'few.' Is it one of things that's so vague that any1 can place themselves in the 'many'? That anyone can feel like a victim and feel sorry for themselves? That there are people out there who are making us suffer who we can point at and scorn called 'the [2]
few'? Are the 'few' the head teacher? The valuable newspaper editor? The MP who seeks to represent us? The owner of a small business who employs local people? The CEO of a larger organisation that employs people, gives others worth, that contributes hugely to the country's [3]
development & growth at a larger level? Who is this 'other' who is out to get us? Who is this 'other' for whom these parties do not wish to represent and care for? This is anti-Christian and I'd argue also anti-British at its heart. #Labour #Conservatives @Conservatives @UKLabour
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