Started by klondike, January 11, 2023, 01:44:58 PM
Quote from: Jacqueline on January 11, 2023, 03:51:41 PMBecause all the energy providers are greedy buggers they put up prices when costs go up and don't reduce them when costs go down, that's the simple answer. But I think there is another answer too, they are trying to make us cut down on our energy use by high prices and without them losing any money.Also, once upon a time the Supermarket garages used to be cheaper than the small ones, now it's the other way around, our local garage is 5p cheaper for desiel than Morrisons how come? The garages are not passing on reductions in the oil prices either.We are being ripped off by everyone including the government.
Quote from: klondike on January 12, 2023, 10:06:28 AMI can't see them getting an army of free lackeys to do the door stepping and the like next time around considering how the membership have been treated. Nor their votes. I reckon that they are toast and deserve to be.
Quote from: Cassandra on January 12, 2023, 12:59:50 PMYes my sentiment entirely. The Liberals have successfully combined with the Globalists to take over the Conservative party. Seeing infiltration of a lethargic giant as an easier way for their Woke principals to gain Government, than by open electioneering, where they would fail to impress.Like all parasites they eventually destroy the host and thats where we are up to just now.I think May in the UK Local elections will see an historic fall in the Tory vote, across the board as the majority either stay at home, or else like I would have done, seek out the likeliest opposition candidate to succeed and vote for such, out of pure vengeance, with malice and aforethought!
Quote from: klondike on January 12, 2023, 04:01:05 PMYou may feel that way about it but I suspect there will be others that don't and will just punish the local politicians for the sins of the national ones. If the majority is wafer then I suspect you will be getting LibDems.
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