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    It shows up only when I click on the link. You might want to use this one instead: http://i.imgur.com/1omlnnv.png
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    If you guys dig up a version of your manifesto that everyone (even Conservative Party members) can see then I'll be happy to amend the OP to include that instead.
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    (Original post by barnetlad)
    Affordable housing is the biggest single issue facing many young and not so young people in this country, which is why it is the matter that we Greens have put as the first area in our manifesto, with practical and deliverable proposals.

    The Tories and Labour do not even feature it at all in their manifestos, and UKIP only refer to it indirectly.

    Vote Green for real change.
    It was a Labour-led coalition that just built half a million new homes.

    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    And Labour's is barely readable, they don't even use the Labour Rose, I want them to publish a manifesto covered in Lenin.
    We use the TSR Labour rose from our party logo.
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
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    If you guys dig up a version of your manifesto that everyone (even Conservative Party members) can see then I'll be happy to amend the OP to include that instead.
    You make it sound like the new political compass test - can you see this image? If so, you're left wing, if not, you're right wing
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    (Original post by Saracen's Fez)
    Great work, the most beautiful set of manifestos I've seen here.



    We put it before the House, as we said. Beyond that point it is out of our hands. Just another reason to make sure we have a larger complement of Labour MPs next time to make sure



    That would be this one.

    Proposed by a UKIP MP, with serious comments in support from Tory MPs including your deputy leader.
    Except it is sorta within your control, days ago it was obvious it was going to fail

    And you have a funny way of defining party policies, I suppose you're glad Aph joined the liberals rather than you given the insane policies it would mean labour pursuing

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    (Original post by freefood)
    gotta love democracy
    If you have the three month age requirement there is no reason you cannot gain the posts needed

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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    Anything on the economy?

    What about Syria and Daesh?
    Raising the minimum wage for under 25s, the council tax, the boost to the economy from housing and low or zero energy development in infrastructure.

    Saving over £1bn by most having forced academisation. Savings from bringing the railways back into public ownership and not having the industry of blame accreditation.
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    It shows up only when I click on the link. You might want to use this one instead: http://i.imgur.com/1omlnnv.png
    Like this:

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    Thanks mate.
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    (Original post by toronto353)
    You make it sound like the new political compass test - can you see this image? If so, you're left wing, if not, you're right wing
    It is not for us to speculate how these things work... :moon:
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    (Original post by Saracen's Fez)
    It was a Labour-led coalition that just built half a million new homes.
    And tried running a £140bn deficit, thankfully it was kept down to £100bn, but that is still far too high

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    (Original post by Saracen's Fez)
    It was a Labour-led coalition that just built half a million new homes..
    We still need more to solve the housing crisis, especially affordable homes.
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    If you guys dig up a version of your manifesto that everyone (even Conservative Party members) can see then I'll be happy to amend the OP to include that instead.


    If the Tories can see this.
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    Thank you Little Toy Gun
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Like this:

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    Thanks mate.
    Yes, I can see that one on TSR as well. No problem.
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    (Original post by barnetlad)
    We still need more to solve the housing crisis, especially affordable homes.
    So how much do you want to increase the deficit by if 500,000 isn't enough?

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    (Original post by barnetlad)
    Raising the minimum wage for under 25s, the council tax, the boost to the economy from housing and low or zero energy development in infrastructure.

    Saving over £1bn by most having forced academisation. Savings from bringing the railways back into public ownership and not having the industry of blame accreditation.
    Why not stick this in the manifesto then? Surely you weren't near the word limit. The Liberals in under 300 words have highlighted key policies in every area. The rest of the party have picked a small number on one or two issues. How are voters meant to know where you stand on other things?
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Except it is sorta within your control, days ago it was obvious it was going to fail
    Not sure in which universe Labour get to control how other parties' MPs vote, but it's a universe I want to live in.

    And you have a funny way of defining party policies, I suppose you're glad Aph joined the liberals rather than you given the insane policies it would mean labour pursuing
    Firstly, I didn't suggest it was a party policy, only one supported by UKIP and Tory MPs, which it was.

    Second of all, ngl, I am glad.
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    (Original post by barnetlad)
    Raising the minimum wage for under 25s, the council tax, the boost to the economy from housing and low or zero energy development in infrastructure.

    Saving over £1bn by most having forced academisation. Savings from bringing the railways back into public ownership and not having the industry of blame accreditation.
    Increase it how high?

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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    Yes, I can see that one on TSR as well. No problem.
    Should I thank you by voting Tory? :P
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)

    If the Tories can see this.
    I have stuck this version into the OP.
 
 
 
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