A Tory MP said this about free bus travel and these are the only 5 replies you need
Tory MP and Conservative vice chairman James Cleverly had this to say about Jeremy Corbyn’s plans to give free bus travel to under-25s.
And remember, kids, when it comes to elections Labour think you’re an adult at 16, when it comes to bus travel you’re not an adult until 25.
— James Cleverly (@JamesCleverly) April 12, 2018
It’s not so much whether you agree with the policy or not it’s, well, have a look for yourself.
See James it's because under 25s earn less, at least in part because your govt allows employers to pay them less, you massive idiot
— Frank Sobotka (@cymrurouge) April 12, 2018
Why does free bus travel to under 25s imply they're not adults ?
— Richard Nutman (@RichardN7) April 12, 2018
That’s slightly stupid logic isn’t it, James? presumably you’re not disputing pensioners status as adults by supporting their free bus travel entitlement?
— Josh Hitchens (@joshhitchens_uk) April 12, 2018
Part of a government that supports votes at 18, different national insurance rate for under-21s, different minimum wage for under-25s. It's almost like these things aren't related https://t.co/WHL7bBmJbp
— Martin Belam (@MartinBelam) April 12, 2018
Oh dear, Corbyn’s bus policy isn’t great, but this Tory response conflates cognitive maturity with financial security, thereby making Labour’s point for them. If young adults can partake in democracy, they should be able to thrive in the economy too. But they can’t. https://t.co/BsBkmcIo0T
— Greg Jenner (@greg_jenner) April 12, 2018
And then there was this person.
Ah, yes, the average bus user pic.twitter.com/P41Eya0X9C
— Ruth (@bouledenerfs_) April 12, 2018