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    The biggest outcomes from this election in terms of what I wish to 'protest' for are:

    > Political reform: D'Hont method of electing Parliament, merging HoL into Privy Council and appointing on knowledge, choosing entire courts system on allotment.
    > Economic reform: Opting for more liberal European socialism, stopping stupid half-arsed privatisations such as our woeful rail network or water network.
    > Government needs to be far more culturally liberal and green.

    I don't think those election results are a fair representation of what UK wants, and I'm appalled at how neutral our parties have become to the point they don't lobby their traditional party policies anymore. I also don't want majority rule of our country.

    The Tories would be chief clown if it weren't for the rest of political Britain; self-neutralising political policies is the most ridiculous system Britain has, and the policies it churns out are awful. If Tories want to privatise the NHS, say it out loud and argue with UKIP and Greens in parliament; D'Hont would produce hopefully produce elections that have more diverse parliaments.


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