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    Ummm, Anne is Princess Royal, not Margaret

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    Good.
    It's a meaningless title anyway

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    matthew hancock - he reminds me of a common office worker, a "typical lad", he doesn't fit into the Conservative Party and he isn't very "polished" like the rest of his party. Should have joined Labour.
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    interrupts everything you say
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    (Original post by democracyforum)
    Iain Duncan Smith -
    ignores everything you say
    interrupts everything you say
    always says you are wrong.
    nasty grin and look of contempt on face
    If i don't vote Conservative on May 7th, he will more than likely be the reason why. He's one of the least competent secretaries of state I've ever seen.
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    Owen Smith (i think ? ) - for throwing a book at Danny Alexander during the "Lib Dem Budget"
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    HRH Prince Andrew, The Duke of York

    HRH Princess Margaret, The Princess Royal

    HRH Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales

    HRH Princess Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall

    Kate Hopkins

    The Rt Hon Theresa May, MP
    Katie Hopkins isn't a politician you muppet.


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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    If i don't vote Conservative on May 7th, he will more than likely be the reason why. He's one of the least competent secretaries of state I've ever seen.
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    Come on rakas, you know you want to!

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    (Original post by Davij038)
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    Come on rakas, you know you want to!

    While i did consider the jump, your electoral strategy of being anti-Tory is beyond ridiculous and one of the reasons the Tories have taken all the credit for the good as well as bad.

    The Libs would probably be second preference depending on whether my candidate is Orange Book or Social Democrat (i'm going to shoot an email now) but Ukip and Labour are still in with a possibility depending on the manifesto;s.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    While i did consider the jump, your electoral strategy of being anti-Tory is beyond ridiculous and one of the reasons the Tories have taken all the credit for the good as well as bad.
    They're positioning themselves as the centre ground candidates- Clegg is equally dismissive of Labour as with the Tories. There are obviously divergencies between the two parties on most things. I don't think the Tories have taken most of the credit, even people who don't follow politics seem to have heard of the Pupil premium- or that David Cameron thought that tax cuts for lower earners was undeliverable and would not have happened without the liberals.

    No party is going to win a majority, I'd rather a pragmatic but fair centre ground Liberal party as the junior party again against the SNP (Who are the most likely contenders) or Ukip, the latter of which i've made my views known numerous times!
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    Mark Reckless
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    Leanne Wood
    John (Vaughan) Williams
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    Michael Fabricant - for walking around Columbia with sachets of dried milk in his pockets.
    "MP Michael Fabricant mistaken for cocaine trafficker"."
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    David Gauke - another politician who can't understand English. made a shambles of their economic policies
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    Chris Grayling - a boring, useless, stupid man
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    1) George Galloway
    2) Dennis Skinner
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    4) that Green woman from Brighton
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    6) Sturgeon
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    Thought I'd update my candidates:

    Cameron has actually gone up in my opinion, though i'm still not that impressed with him. Reckless and Whatshisname have thankfully been turfed out.

    My List then is:

    Thersa May: Bigoted, boring and incompetant.
    Rehman Chishti: A brown nosing waste of space (My local MP)
    Harriet Harman: Sums up quite a lot of whats wrong with Labour
    Peter Bone: Pretty much disagree with him on everything
    Owen Paterson : Hopeless
    Nadine Dorries: Vile attentions seeker
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    Ed Balls is gone!!!!! Wooooooo!!!!!! :party:

    Anyway here are my ones now:

    1.Harriet Harman
    2. Ed Miliband
    3. Alex Salmond
    4. Nicola Sturgeon
    5. Angus Robertson
    6. Diane Abbott
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    Ed Balls is gone!!!!! Wooooooo!!!!!! :party: :woo2:
    A little late, no?

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    A little late, no?

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    I know it is but unlike some people on here I dont spend my life on here
 
 
 
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