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She's popular in Scotland - and that's where all here MPs are standing - notice how she consistently references Scotland, much like how Miliband consistently references the absent Cameron.
I'm not watching at the moment because of crappy internet - but what you've said doesn't surprise me!
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Nigel "THE DEBT IS SO BIG" Farage supports £100BN of spending.
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I'm not watching at the moment because of crappy internet - but what you've said doesn't surprise me!
Fair enough - I think those two are most aware of who their target market is - Miliband of course wants to elevate himself above the smaller parties.
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I said she was unconvincing. That's a problem of policy and not (just) character.

I'd rather have a competent leader.
Well the best leader it seems on that front is Sturgeon. And I can't vote for her.
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Watching the line to fall flat whenever Leanne or Nigel are called:laugh:
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Nigel "THE DEBT IS SO BIG" Farage supports £100BN of spending.
As the election approaches I think Nigel's sheen is starting to disappear.

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Well the best leader it seems on that front is Sturgeon. And I can't vote for her.
Uurgh, I'd never vote for the SNP. I remember having a massive debate with Mechie on Scottish Independence during the referendum.
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You know it rewinds, right?

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hahaha, I meant i'm watching on iplayer because I missed the beginning.
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Bennett doing really well on defence, didn't see that coming.
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*Farts*

It was Aph!

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As the election approaches I think Nigel's sheen is starting to disappear.

Uurgh, I'd never vote for the SNP. I remember having a massive debate with Mechie on Scottish Independence during the referendum.
I was largely neutral on the matter because i see their point and think Scotland could just be as prosperous (i think the same about the UK outside the EU). With that being said i ended up being against it mainly because of the SNP's leftist vision.

My opinion against it was however solidified with the reaction to the referendum. The attitude from the Yes camp afterward was utterly shocking and appalling (you've betrayed us, blah, scum, blah). If there's one thing i learnt it's the online Yes camp was full to the brim of vile people and i don't think i'd ever campaign alongside such people.
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*Farts*

It was Aph!

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whoever smelt it dealt it.
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I was largely neutral on the matter because i see their point and think Scotland could just be as prosperous (i think the same about the UK outside the EU). With that being said i ended up being against it mainly because of the SNP's leftist vision.

My opinion against it was however solidified with the reaction to the referendum. The attitude from the Yes camp afterward was utterly shocking and appalling (you've betrayed us, blah, scum, blah). If there's one thing i learnt it's the online Yes camp was full to the brim of vile people and i don't think i'd ever campaign alongside such people.
I just don't believe in another border right on our doorstep. Better together, as they say.

The 'Yes' campaign did behave disgustingly on many occasions - but that behaviour's to be expected from ardent nationalists.
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whoever smelt it dealt it.
Whoever did the rhyme did the crime
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Whoever did the rhyme did the crime
Damn it! I've been tricked into farting.
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Even more of a train wreck than the ITV debate right now.
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:sad: that was poor.
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What? Nigel didn't ask that question at all.
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Bennett just made herself look a right fool.
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Bennett just made herself look a right fool.
Are you watching behind? She hadn't started talking when you sent that:confused:
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Are you watching behind? She hadn't started talking when you sent that:confused:
I sent it in response to the part where she started screaming like a lunatic.
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