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I bet Derek Vaughan never mentioned how much he believes that taxes on the "rich" can't be high enough, how everybody should live in council houses, all companies should be state-owned, nobody should earn more than the average wage, how even if the minimum wage is set so high that people lose their jobs because employers can't pay that level of wage then in his exact words "so be it", standing up for Britain is fascism, opposing EU membership is fascism etc. I know because he told me this when we were students at Swansea Uni.