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Poll: Who will you vote for in 2015?
Labour (82)
27.61%
Conservatives (75)
25.25%
Lib Dems (13)
4.38%
UKIP (51)
17.17%
Other (43)
14.48%
I'm not going to vote (33)
11.11%
Limebuddhist
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Also I'm become immensely scared by the prospect of a UKIP government/ coalition which I had dismissed before going on here
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ah yes, the illusion of choice.. it doesn't matter, you may think it does but it really doesn't. these people don't represent the ordinary person, labour, conservative, ukip, liberal, who are they? are they any different, are they really?
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(Original post by uktotalgamer)
Six votes for Labour? Oh dear. I can see history repeating itself... How can anyone think that Labour are a credible party?
how can anyone think ANY of these parties are credible, ludicrous!
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(Original post by thoyub)
There are a lot of socialists in this country who are for lack of a better word, brainwashed.
Interestingly enough a lot of these socialists have absolutely nothing to gain and a lot to lose by labour policies. They've essentially been taught to hate themselves.
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(Original post by legendaryy)
how can anyone think ANY of these parties are credible, ludicrous!
so true!
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(Original post by Truecanadian)
What do each stand for?
The conservatives favour the rich and upper classes

The lib dems sold out and basically became conservatives in the last election

UKIP want independence from Europe

Labour are for the working classes
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(Original post by elohssa)
I'd go with UKIP. Conservatives are the best of the main 2 though as at least they understand economics (rubbish aside from that).
I'm not sure they do understand economics though
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(Original post by CRW1996)
Monster raving loony party.
Hahahahahahahahahahaha made me smile

:gigg: :excited: :giggle:
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How can anyone vote Tory after the complete mess they have made during this government? Economy hasn't really recovered, the cuts haven't been effective instead they have just harmed the most vulnerable members of society and finally they a are a bunch of public school chums with no connection to your average person - having said that neither clegg, farage or miliband seem to have a connection with your average person.


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(Original post by treenyc)
The conservatives favour the rich and upper classes

Labour are for the working classes
And this post is the reason why you should do your own research and come to your own conclusions.
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(Original post by meenu89)
And this post is the reason why you should do your own research and come to your own conclusions.
So are you working class?
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(Original post by treenyc)
So are you working class?
Yes, I would never vote Labour. Labour haven't been for the working class since 1997.
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(Original post by thoyub)
Conservatives stand for lower taxes and generally smaller and less intrusive government.

Labour stands for higher spending, higher taxes, higher debt, a police state and mass uncontrolled immigration. But it does protect badgers.

Lib dems stand for higher university tuition fees and generally being a downright nuisance.

UKIP stands for a temporary freeze on immigration, protecting national identity and tougher on crime, harsher sentences etc.
wow what a fair and balanced portrayal of the parties.
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(Original post by alex5455)
wow what a fair and balanced portrayal of the parties.
As about as fair as yours really
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As about as fair as yours really
exactly the kind of comment i would expect from a spoiled rich girl whos never experienced hardship, run back to your home counties estate and count the pennies you keep from others under this disgraceful government of the rich run for the rich
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(Original post by alex5455)
exactly the kind of comment i would expect from a spoiled rich girl whos never experienced hardship, run back to your home counties estate and count the pennies you keep from others under this disgraceful government of the rich run for the rich
Oh Alex I have missed you and your posts Have some rep.
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(Original post by alex5455)
exactly the kind of comment i would expect from a spoiled rich girl whos never experienced hardship, run back to your home counties estate and count the pennies you keep from others under this disgraceful government of the rich run for the rich
You think Labour would do a lot better do you?
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(Original post by meenu89)
And this post is the reason why you should do your own research and come to your own conclusions.
Seconded. Labour is for the underclass. A class of scum well below the working class.
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(Original post by meenu89)
Yes, I would never vote Labour. Labour haven't been for the working class since 1997.
I know they're not as much as they used to be but I think they're more than the Tories. It seems that all they have done during this term is take from the needy and vulnerable
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UKIP because I'm not a tool
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