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How do I leave the Labour Party?

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    I've been a member of the Labour Party for almost three years now, but for a wide variety of reasons (but mostly due to a change in political beliefs) I wish to leave the party. I can't find any information about how to do this on the website and at no point have I been supplied with any information about how to leave.

    Help?
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    Write to them enclosing your membership card. Cancel direct debit. Job done.
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    If you get a job you are automatically ejected. Problem solved.
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    Send them an abusive email saying that you want to cancel your membership etc.

    Join another Party
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    On my internet banking, i had the option to view my direct debits - just simply cancelled it.
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    Can you get thrown out?
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    Make Aardman based comments about Ed Miliband
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    (Original post by Morgsie)
    Send them an abusive email saying that you want to cancel your membership etc.

    Join another Party
    Abusive?
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    Excellent choice.

    I trust you're joining the Tory Party now? We have the funkiest, most jiving party on the planet :fatcontroller:
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    Step 1:

    Say any one of the following:

    1. 'Actually Ed, we don't have money for that'
    2. 'We should leave/renegotiate/talk about the EU'
    3. 'Actually they're not privatising the NHS'

    In front of another party member.

    Step 2:

    ???

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    Profit Ejection from the Labour Party
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    (Original post by Friar Chris)
    Step 1:

    Say any one of the following:

    1. 'Actually Ed, we don't have money for that'
    2. 'We should leave/renegotiate/talk about the EU'
    3. 'Actually they're not privatising the NHS'

    In front of another party member.

    Step 2:

    ???

    Step 3:

    Profit Ejection from the Labour Party
    Fantastic :sexface:
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    (Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
    Excellent choice.

    I trust you're joining the Tory Party now? We have the funkiest, most jiving party on the planet :fatcontroller:
    They are just as bad.
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    (Original post by . . .)
    They are just as bad.
    Come now, what the devil have we done wrong?
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    (Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
    Come now, what the devil have we done wrong?
    Well they have failed to get use out of the recession for a start. I guess they are the lesser of the two evils.
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    Well they have failed to get use out of the recession for a start. I guess they are the lesser of the two evils.
    We'd be in a far worse state if Labour had clung to power.
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    (Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
    We'd be in a far worse state if Labour had clung to power.
    Arguable. Their spending spree did help to reduce the severity of the recession.
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    Arguable. Their spending spree did help to reduce the severity of the recession.
    No, it helped create the largest deficit in peacetime we've ever had.
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    (Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
    No, it helped create the largest deficit in peacetime we've ever had.
    And reduce the severity of the recession.

    We can spend all day arguing but I really can't be bothered.
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    (Original post by . . .)
    And reduce the severity of the recession.Here's the p

    We can spend all day arguing but I really can't be bothered.
    Here's the problem that goes over every labourite's head: That borrowed money either needs to be paid off or constantly serviced.
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    (Original post by Sdiff)
    Here's the problem that goes over every labourite's head: That borrowed money either needs to be paid off or constantly serviced.
    Which they expect to pay off in a boom.

    Like I said before I really can't be bothered arguing.

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