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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    We had one but they died out.
    I hope that it will return one day and bring a new stream of banter into the MHoC.
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    (Original post by QuantumSnowy)
    Is it too late to add a Monster Raving Looney Party

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    You could create one now and run in the next GE.
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    I would like to ask the National Liberals what they would actually do if they were elected because their manifesto does not really say?
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    You might not be, but I'm fairly certain THB is


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    I'm not observant. Bloody love bacon.
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    (Original post by thehistorybore)
    I'm not observant. Bloody love bacon.
    Woooo!!! Bacon!!!!


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    (Original post by QuantumSnowy)
    Is it too late to add a Monster Raving Looney Party

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    There was one. I miss the old parties, and some of it's members. It brought it's share of flare and drama.
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    There was one. I miss the old parties, and some of it's members. It brought it's share of flare and drama.
    We just don't have the membership to sustain any more parties any more. We'd need 8-10 new people to all join to start another party, and they'd have to be active because the Nat Libs have been anything but that since they were created.


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    (Original post by barnetlad)
    The types of aircraft and how they look I will leave ti others in the House and Michael O'Leary to charge for small extras when flying.

    There is a broad level of support for developing high speed rail in this country, alongside that already in Europe. So we should be looking to end almost all passenger flights within England and say no to a third runway at Heathrow.
    Because we all know the majority of demand at Heathrow is for flightless within the UK and near Europe and that if offered a train that does a third the speed everybody will use that instead :rolleyes:

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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    There was one. I miss the old parties, and some of it's members. It brought it's share of flare and drama.
    I do wish we could bring all of the old partied back for just one general election. it would be interesting to see what would happen if we had all of them around and sorted members into them via a political compass or something
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    It is done.

    Good luck to all.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    I do wish we could bring all of the old partied back for just one general election. it would be interesting to see what would happen if we had all of them around and sorted members into them via a political compass or something
    I do wish the Libertarians had survived, they would add an interesting perspective to things imo.
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    I do wish the Libertarians had survived, they would add an interesting perspective to things imo.
    if we wanted the liberals could probable split into the libbers and the libs with our membership but i don't think it will happen.
    having an SNP, MRLP, BNP might be interesting though
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    (Original post by Aph)
    if we wanted the liberals could probable split into the libbers and the libs with our membership but i don't think it will happen.
    having an SNP, MRLP, BNP might be interesting though
    It would be very interesting as well if we had Plaid Cyrmu and Sinn Fein.
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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    It would be very interesting as well if we had Plaid Cyrmu and Sinn Fein.
    Which would ultimately have to be one party with the SNP, an idea that has been floated but never got the people

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    It would be very interesting as well if we had Plaid Cyrmu and Sinn Fein.
    Other than creating a Nationalist alliance for Plaid, Feinn and the SNP what would be the point. You guys on the left are not restrained economically or socially and your parties still allow you to air your treasonous opinions.

    Bar independence, there'd literally be nothing unique about it.
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    We just don't have the membership to sustain any more parties any more. We'd need 8-10 new people to all join to start another party, and they'd have to be active because the Nat Libs have been anything but that since they were created.
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    Alas it's been that way for many years. What some would call the best years of the MHoC went on until about 2011. After that it went downhill massively, partly because of a mass exodus of some major members. It picked up again after that but it's never been what it was. Which is a shame.
    (Original post by Aph)
    I do wish we could bring all of the old partied back for just one general election. it would be interesting to see what would happen if we had all of them around and sorted members into them via a political compass or something
    It would be interesting. However, most of those who once made it what it was are long gone.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Other than creating a Nationalist alliance for Plaid, Feinn and the SNP what would be the point. You guys on the left are not restrained economically or socially and your parties still allow you to air your treasonous opinions.

    Bar independence, there'd literally be nothing unique about it.
    You could probably end up with a Green-Nationalist Alliance. They'd get more votes and it wouldn't be an extra party


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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    vote UKIP to safe your country
    How does one safe one's country?

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