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    This poll closes tonight - it will be very interesting to see what the results are.
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    A vote for decency or a vote for greed? I know who I would vote for.
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    (Original post by humanteaparty)
    A vote for decency or a vote for greed? I know who I would vote for.
    yeah I'd vote conservative too
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    (Original post by TercioOfParma)
    not to mention I hate Corbyn as a human being.
    But as a canteen of cutlery I quite admire him
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    (Original post by richpanda)
    yeah I'd vote conservative too
    Well this person values greed.
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    (Original post by humanteaparty)
    Well this person values greed.
    not even going to try and argue with someone like you. You support a party that encourages mediocrity, religious extremists and socialism.
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    I agree Corbyn will be the biggest mistake Labour made since Ed, but i'm still going to vote for them i think. i actually think that Cameron has become more left wing in his old age, which suits me fine. But I still struggle to see myself voting blue?!?
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    Pretty worrying how close that is
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    (Original post by richpanda)
    not even going to try and argue with someone like you. You support a party that encourages mediocrity, religious extremists and socialism.
    1. I don't encourage mediocrity, tories do with austerity. I want to invest money in the nhs and education.
    2. Religious extremists? **** those guys I want to limit immigration
    3. I'm not a socialist like corbyn but it's a disgrace that in this day and age the top 1% own more than the bottom 95% so the government should do more to bridge the cap between these 2 social groups.
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    (Original post by That Bearded Man)
    Pretty worrying how close that is
    Is it? We both know deep down that the UK neither aspires to be the US or Norway.

    You stop taxing people, give them their own home and free healthcare and they'll vote for you.
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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    They sold their souls for a sniff of power and paid for it dearly.
    if you honestly think this then you are deluded, they were the minor of the two parties and blocked so many bad policies. They did an extremely good job and to be honest tutition fee's are hardly an issue, and anyone who thinks they are an issue is a moron who doesn't understand how the fee's work, ie. you cannot be bankrupted by student loans.
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    (Original post by humanteaparty)
    A vote for decency or a vote for greed? I know who I would vote for.
    which one's which? :lol:
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    (Original post by That Bearded Man)
    Pretty worrying how close that is
    Agreed.
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    Definitely conservative its not like i would vote for the soon to be communist party
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    (Original post by Crb822)
    Definitely conservative its not like i would vote for the soon to be communist party
    Really?
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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    If you were forced to vote for either Labour or the Conservatives, who would you vote for?
    Conservatives no doubt what so ever labour don't even know who they are anymore


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    (Original post by TheNote)
    if you honestly think this then you are deluded, they were the minor of the two parties and blocked so many bad policies. They did an extremely good job and to be honest tutition fee's are hardly an issue, and anyone who thinks they are an issue is a moron who doesn't understand how the fee's work, ie. you cannot be bankrupted by student loans.
    Surprisingly(being a student) I'm aware of how student loan repayments work but the point remains. They spent years calling for free tuition fees and lost all credibility in the eyes of a lot of voters for going against it.

    It doesn't present any barriers to undertaking study but up to 30 years of effectively being at tax disadvantage compared to the Scots and the £3000 per year cohort of students is still an issue.
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    Labour! Any day!
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    Labour, although I'd rather vote for the Lib Dems.
 
 
 
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