Is anyone here a member of any political party?

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    (Original post by iEthan)
    I joined about 2 years ago now, so do with that what you will.

    See, a lot of people seem to get that idea. I consider myself just left of centre! The display from the Labour Party as of late has been disappointing to say the least. Rest assured though, I'd never join the TSR Labour Party (sorry guys), eugh.
    I could make a joke about Miliband being a deer in the headlights at times but he's positively appealing compared to Corbyn.

    Probably because i've never seen you really object to anything economic rather than because you've argued for (since the default RL position is neoliberalism, those who don't oppose will probably be assumed to support it). Will you not be joining the RL Lib Dems?
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    I could make a joke about Miliband being a deer in the headlights at times but he's positively appealing compared to Corbyn.

    Probably because i've never seen you really object to anything economic rather than because you've argued for (since the default RL position is neoliberalism, those who don't oppose will probably be assumed to support it). Will you not be joining the RL Lib Dems?
    I'm not sure to be honest. If I left Labour, I most likely would but Farron would have to do a lot to earn my trust (and my vote).
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    Tory and proud!
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    Labour party member since last year
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    I am a member of the Conservative Party since around 2014. Currently at conference
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    (Original post by zabveniye)
    I'm very curious. I'm leaning closer and closer to becoming a Labour member.

    If anyone here is a member of any party, which party? How have you found it? Are you glad that you joined?
    I used to be a member of a political party but left due to the treatment of one of its politicians.


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    I literally used to be a liberal democrat member purely so I could work with my local lib dem MP - yeah, pretty machiavellian, but that's life
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    I'm a labour member, I have been since 2012 but I've considered leaving. Meanwhile I'm a member of the Conservative party, I'm not sure if that's allowed but it worked. I was a member of the liberal dems tills 2015 when their election defeat made them more or less useless although they do have the best conference week by miles. I'm quite active amongst my local Conservative party, we have dinner and lunch a lot (3-6 times a month) and discusss great things with great opportunities to get involved, with labour I've found they just spam you, beg you to campaign and donate money but do nothing to bring the community closer or interesting.
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    Member of the Green Party of England and Wales since May this year. Probably won't renew my membership, although it did only cost £5.
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    UKIP. But I would prefer to be a member of a big tent party like the 5 Star Movement in Italy
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    Hey!I'm a member of TSR's Labour party if that counts
    It's really fun, interesting and has made me more interested in politics. I am You should deffo come join :five:
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    Socialist party is better

    I was a member of UKIP for a year when I held different views, but now I’ve been a member of the Labour party for a couple months now.
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    I'm a member of the Labour party
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    Yeah I'm a member of Conservative Future!
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    (Original post by frankielogue)
    Socialist party is better

    I was a member of UKIP for a year when I held different views, but now I’ve been a member of the Labour party for a couple months now.
    prove it ah ok hi btw
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    prove it ah ok hi btw
    hey bruh sorry i haven’t been able to go on pinturillo for aaaages, schoolwork has really bogged me down, doing it now lmao
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    Joined the Tories last year and all I've got to show for it is a picture of May's cabinet lmao. Anyone else get this in the post recently?
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    (Original post by frankielogue)
    hey bruh sorry i haven’t been able to go on pinturillo for aaaages, schoolwork has really bogged me down, doing it now lmao
    its ok :hugs:good luck!
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    Labour Party member here Have been since 2014

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    (Original post by zayn008)
    I'm a labour member, I have been since 2012 but I've considered leaving. Meanwhile I'm a member of the Conservative party, I'm not sure if that's allowed but it worked. I was a member of the liberal dems tills 2015 when their election defeat made them more or less useless although they do have the best conference week by miles. I'm quite active amongst my local Conservative party, we have dinner and lunch a lot (3-6 times a month) and discusss great things with great opportunities to get involved, with labour I've found they just spam you, beg you to campaign and donate money but do nothing to bring the community closer or interesting.
    You're only allowed to be a member of one, if either find out you'll be banned.

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    I'm a labour member and have been since I turned 18(2012) but I've been thinking about leaving. I elected corbyn in 2015 and again this year(mainly because owen smith wouldn't accept the leave vote) but my ability to vote won't change if I leave. I'm a member of an affiliated union.

    The way a lot of members have been acting both on social media and to their own MP's is making me think of leaving. It won't actually effect me but symbolically I don't want to be linked to some of the stuff I've seen happen both where I live and in the news.
 
 
 
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