Fergus, do you love this country? I do, do you love this Great City?, I do, so if your only concern is blame rather than getting on with the job of protecting our people our borders our economy and securing our future, as your party has governed this country for just short of two years, with only three actions of cutting everything, giving over £200 billion to the banking sector in quantatitive easing and £39 billion in loans for other countries, including the Euro Zone.
I do not care about your childish attitude of the playground with, please miss they started it, nor do I have a concern about the "arrogant posh boys", view of members of your own party, what I look forward to is members of any political party helping to make Briatain Great again and helping the disadvantaged and suffering people that I come across in increasing numbers.
I would give up my life for my country, you no doubt are more concerned with stuffing another pasty down your gob. ( apploologies to the ladies that might read this, for my language.).
Well, gerry, if you choose to plummet into the gutter, don't expect me to follow. You (in this particular thread) started the blame game, so it's a little rich for you to then try to claim the moral high ground. Rich, but not unexpected from a Labour supporter.
You are correct in one respect, though - my party has, indeed, co-governed this country for just two short years, after 13 years of Labour government. Clearly, and contradictorily (?!), you seem to feel that that short period is long enough for you to start blaming the economic troubles of this country solely on the current government. Of course, if you do not know where you started from, you will never know where you are going. That sums up your arguments, as far as I'm concerned.
BTW - any evidence for my eating (or not) pasties? Indeed, any evidence for my (implied) poshness?
I won't dignify your opening comments with a response, they are that contemptible.