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The confusing thing is the best policies are held (in my opinion) by Labour, but the best local MP's are Tory (Anne Widdescombe, Teddy Taylor, Mike Howard)

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Labour will have lost a lot of potential votes from people like me, students next year, whom they have decided to pick on with top up fees(of course none of them went to university and came in ENOUGH debt).

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The poll is probably not being taken seriously, I didn't take it seriously.

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I voted for the Respect party, whose only policy is to double the size of the Civil Service.

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I seem to get the impression from Labour that they talk a good fight but then do feck all! I also get the impression Blair is only interested in being President of Europe and no interest in the UK.

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Isn’t the Respect Party the ones who were featured on Talk Sport?

Somebody in the studio rang the telephone number on a Respect Party Leaflet and when he asked for some information about the Party the person who answered the phone said that one of their main things which they find offensive are the Union and St George flags because they feature crosses which are Christian symbols and as this country is multi-faith our flag should depict anyone religious symbols.

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i voted tory as i want to piss my own money up the wall, not pay some civil servant lacky to do it for me..

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[****!!****] it has nothing to do with christ it is our national simple. Sorry mate anger not aimed at you.

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If i were you i wouldn't believe anything i heard on talk sport if i were you. what with its massive right wing bias

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[****!!****] it has nothing to do with christ it is our national simple. Sorry mate anger not aimed at you.


Totally agree with you! Does the USA get these crap ideas parties or is it just us?

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I think the UsA just get more powerful intrest groups, because the political scene is so dominated by the big 2 parties. there are a few smaller parties, but dont get many votes.

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Isn’t US politics even worse than British politics? Only two main parties, virtually the same, with the most votes going to whoever has the whitest teeth or whoever Britney Spears or Justin Timberlake say’s they’re voting for. Come on guys, at least where not quite that bad yet eh.

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[****!!****] it has nothing to do with christ it is our national simple. Sorry mate anger not aimed at you.


Totally agree with you! Does the USA get these crap ideas parties or is it just us?


How can you agree with it, it's not even English. What on earth is a national simple. If no one is currently holding the post, I nominate Harry.

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[****!!****] it has nothing to do with christ it is our national simple. Sorry mate anger not aimed at you.


Totally agree with you! Does the USA get these crap ideas parties or is it just us?


How can you agree with it, it's not even English. What on earth is a national simple. If no one is currently holding the post, I nominate Harry.


Did you edit my post then Dave? I could have sworn that said symbol.

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I'm pretty sure it always said simple.

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Rather interestingly only 5% of people have said that they won't be voting becasue there is nobody worth voting for or that they simply don't care. I thought that figure would be much higher.

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but what would the legalise cannabise group do after they've done what their name says??

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Dunno, perhaps campaign to legalise Heroin. Give these people an inch...

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but what would the legalise cannabise group do after they've done what their name says??


Like who cares man <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/icon_smokin.gif" alt="" />

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How should I vote this time round?

I couldn't possibly vote Tory! My grandad (who politicised my up-bringing) would turn in his grave.

I couldn't possibly vote Liberal! - I agree with Trotsy's analysis. He called 'em 'Facists in Suede Shoes'.

So that leaves 'Bambie' and his class traitors! - Nightmare!

I think I'll just console myself with the old anachist maxim 'who ever you vote for the government gets elected'.

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