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    Labour
    53
    19.49%
    Conservatives
    105
    38.60%
    Liberal Democrats
    61
    22.43%
    Green Party
    13
    4.78%
    British National Party
    17
    6.25%
    UKIP
    10
    3.68%
    Other
    13
    4.78%

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    (Original post by .X.alysha.X.)
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    Didn't you see Pork Products get ridiculed for that comment ? You just dittoed your way into a hole.
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    (Original post by pollystyrene07)
    what you haha-ing me for??! do i amuse you?
    Ah..... hahaha. :rofl:
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    G star i think you have good judgment based on your fashion taste
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    (Original post by Ed.)
    Didn't you see Pork Products get ridiculed for that comment ? You just dittoed your way into a hole.
    nope never seen it, I do apologise lol
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    (Original post by Ed.)
    No your comment reminded me of Borat, "That shirt is gray ...pause... NOT! "
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    Ye i know and i was thinking of that scene as i wrote it
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    (Original post by Tobydch)
    Ye i know and i was thinking of that scene as i wrote it
    :five:
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    Snp.
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    (Original post by g_star_raw_1989)
    Ah..... hahaha. :rofl:

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    im picking whatever party makes ID cards compulsory for all...THAT is the way forward people
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    (Original post by pork products)
    Erm dont start with the personal insults if thats what I believe then who is going to stop me, dont you understand your username?
    Diddums, I wouldn't allow a 5 year old to vote either. That being undemocratic? Clearly not since you both have the same level of political maturity. Anyway, go Conservatives FC or whatever :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Butler89)
    im picking whatever party makes ID cards compulsory for all...THAT is the way forward people
    aw hell naw
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    There is actually a difference between Conservative and the noun, conservative (not just that one has a capital letter, before someone makes that gag :P).
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    (Original post by Butler89)
    im picking whatever party makes ID cards compulsory for all...THAT is the way forward people
    The way forward for what?
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    (Original post by SillyFencer)
    The way forward for what?
    The way forward to help prevent terrorism, identity fraud, illigal immigrants and crime
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    Tory's all the way, but I actually will still not be old enough to vote at the next election.
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    (Original post by Butler89)
    The way forward to help prevent terrorism, identity fraud, illigal immigrants and crime
    i repeat: aw hell naw
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    (Original post by house sparrows)
    i repeat: aw hell naw
    hell yeah! :tsr2:
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    (Original post by Butler89)
    The way forward to help prevent terrorism, identity fraud, illigal immigrants and crime
    Rubbish. It will do very little to help those sorts of things. These people will just find ways around the system. I'd rather the £18 Billion was spent on more police, and proper infrastructures to tackle and investigate these sorts of crimes.
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    (Original post by Butler89)
    The way forward to help prevent terrorism, identity fraud, illigal immigrants and crime
    Funny...they didn't prevent any of those things in Spain
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    (Original post by Butler89)
    The way forward to help prevent terrorism, identity fraud, illigal immigrants and crime
    Firstly: oh my.

    Secondly, depending on how things look where I live by the time the general election comes round (woo marginal!) I'll either go Green or Labour.
 
 
 
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