The polls that mark the end of 3 decades of Thatcherism and New Labour

Another interesting piece from Pride’s Purge, reporting that the majority of people in this country would like the utility companies and the railways to be renationalised. Pride hails this as the end of the three decades of Thatcherism. This is true. If the polls can be believed, then ‘popular capitalism’ Thatcher introduced to this country is no longer as popular as Thatcher told us. I wonder how long it will be before the elected representatives of socialism in the Labour Party leadership actually cotton on.

Pride's Purge

(not satire)

I’m old enough to remember British Rail when it was a nationalised service.

It wasn’t perfect by any means but I remember the one thing passengers complained about the most.

The sandwiches.

Not the price of tickets, the safety record, the overcrowding or the waste of taxpayers’ money.

It was the poor quality of the sandwiches.

Admittedly the sandwiches sold on BR trains were pretty awful it’s true, but then ready-made sandwiches were pretty woeful in the 1970s wherever you bought them.

So why are politicians so surprised by the fact that time and time again polls show the public want railways to be renationalised – by as many as 75% in some cases.

But it’s not just the railways the public would prefer to be state-run.

In a recent poll, a massive 69% of people said energy firms should be renationalised (this part of the…

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One Response to “The polls that mark the end of 3 decades of Thatcherism and New Labour”

  1. jeffrey davies Says:

    yes those stale sanies and cold tea renationalised. companies they wont tell us this bet that upset their 35pound breakfast

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