Grantham Journal letter: Look to the past and learn

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I’m one of those people who have never voted Tory and never will do especially while we have the need for food banks.

I have never backed the Liberal Democrats who would sell their grandmother for fifteen minutes of fame.

I always thought Labour was for the working man, but with the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party this must be quite a few steps backwards, as I believe that you must look to the past to learn by the mistakes made then and then not to make them in the future.

When I started work people like Corbyn ruled the roost - they were called shopstewards walking around factories thinking they own the place, saying when you could work and when you couldn’t, just walking in the work place shouting you’re on strike nobody knew what for or why. Now if you think I want to go back to those days you have another think coming.

This government has ripped the fabric out of British society but if we let this man have any say in the running of this country we are going to be in dire trouble.

The Tories must be laughing, the best advert for voting tory has got to be Jeremy corbyn.

A.Leeton, Harrowby Lane, Grantham