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Definitely, Ben !

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Yep and Steve Norris will get my vote in the London mayoral election. The thought of another four years of that scumbag Livingstone makes me shudder!

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being generally anti 'euro integration' despite liking europe as a place to visit im going to vote for the most anti euro party i can find.. its a P.R. election system so im only concerned with the 'average' .. plus its for the euro parliament which is bollox and full of fat corrupt belgian twats ..

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I wont be voting for anyone!

Not even independent candidates....!

 

Why?

 

Because I cannot get a proxy or postal vote!

 

The town hall tell me that there is not enough time between 9am this morning [when I telephoned] and next Thursday to get the registration to me, because of Royal Mail's poor service.

 

Attempted to register electronically through www.londonelects.org.uk and the system is just vague and crap and wont let me.

 

Democracy my ar5e!

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My local authority had removed me from the voting register. So I had to reapply, but I managed to complete the form and deliver it by hand on time. Now I've got my voting card, and I can vote. Since I am only eligible to vote in district and Euro elections, I am not going to waste one of these rare opportunities. The European Parliament is slowly acquiring more power, even though they don't decide very much yet. So I consider it rather important to vote in these elections. By the next time a voting opportunity comes around, they may be deciding more than is proposed in the new constitution.

 

However, I agree that it is not all that democratic.

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I quite agree with Canv's comments.

 

The European Parliamentry system is so corrupt, it makes the old West Midlands Crime Squad look like Mother Theresa's Mission !

 

Jobs for the boys, and all the has-beens. Mandellson will be next !

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ALready Decided My Votes

 

Mayral vote

 

First Choice Red/Purple/Green/Yellow Ken (LABOUR)

Second Choice Simon Hughes (LIB DEM)

 

GLA

Local Vote Keith Darvill (LABOUR)

London Vote Felicia Nicollete Gavron (LABOUR)

 

European

Sarah Ludford

 

 

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The thing is Urchino, there are double standards. If you are a Welsh National, Irish National, or Scottish National, or National party of any other country, you are seen as a bit to the left, freedom fighter, man of the people.

 

As soon as you are either a UK,British,or English National, you are seen as a right wing Neo Nazi thug. Surley that is discrimiantion in itself?

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No, it depends on the constitution and manifesto of the party in question. It is perfectly possible to have a left wing party supporting national independence i.e. with a goal of an independent socialist republic. There are twin objectives, independence and socialism.

 

If the home country of that party is already independent, the party would probably just be called the Socialist Party or something. A socialist party could call itself English National Party but the name would tend to be confusing. I am not sure what the politics are of the actual party of that name.

 

The party known as the British National Party is of course a well known far right wing party.

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The Invisible Man said:
It is perfectly possible to have a left wing party supporting national independence i.e. with a goal of an independent socialist republic.


National Socialists are not usually regarded as being all that left wing. This is because internationalism is a part of the left wing palette. It is sometimes useful to at the policies of a party or political movement in more detail rather than trying to place them as left or right.

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Precisely - as I said in my first sentence.

 

Compare, for example, the policies of the Peoples Front of Judea with those of the Judean Peoples Front.

 

The of course there's the Popular Front for the Liberation of Judea, with a completely different manifesto.

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Mr Happy said:
Has anyone seen the Popular Front?


Is that anything to do with a model, 'previously known as Jordan' ??

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