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    okay, I have decided to apply to join your party

    though I cant say I agree with your University policy, I can at least understand your points and why you take the stance you take, I also think your party seems to be good in terms of other policies you have in your manifestos and that you have put forward in recent times.
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    (Original post by Stricof)
    Jesus ******* christ :p: You never fail to surprise me.
    It doesn't surprise me. I mean, he's gone from supporting the formation of a TSR BNP, to joining TSR UKIP, to defecting to the TSR Tories, and to now voting for the TSR Labour Party.

    Oh, and he once said he'd rather vote for the Lib Dems than for Labour.

    I'm not sure who is more confused here: me or him? :o:
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    (Original post by Anony mouse)
    I'm not sure who is more confused here: me or him? :o:
    Surprised is easily interchangeable with confused in this context.
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    (Original post by Anony mouse)
    I'm not sure who is more confused here: me or him? :o:
    We just have this effect on people.
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    Have you guys elected a new Deputy Leader following Adorno's departure?
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    T'is a good question. They're massive boots to fill!
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    (Original post by Student2806)
    Have you guys elected a new Deputy Leader following Adorno's departure?
    Not at this time. In fact Adorno is still a member of the party and hasn't formally resigned yet (to my knowledge), but as he is leaving it will happen at some point I'm sure.
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    (Original post by adamrules247)
    T'is a good question. They're massive boots to fill!
    Indeed. Adorno will be sorely missed by the party and, I would hope, the House.
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    (Original post by DayneD89)
    Indeed. Adorno will be sorely missed by the party and, I would hope, the House.
    I just hope he pops along occasionally to say hello.
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    (Original post by Student2806)
    Have you guys elected a new Deputy Leader following Adorno's departure?
    Adorno's leaving post to the party suggested he wouldn't be fully leaving and would be happy to continue in his position as deputy leader if the party wanted him too. However, with the influx of new interest to our party he may wish to step aside and give someone else the opporunity.
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    Does TSR Labour support the renewal of Trident? If elected, do they plan to make any cuts in Defence at all?
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    (Original post by abucha3)
    Does TSR Labour support the renewal of Trident? If elected, do they plan to make any cuts in Defence at all?
    We may possibly look at making it more efficient and seeing if that leaves money over but we certainly would not be cutting defence spending haphazardly.

    As for trident I’d personally quite like to see no weapons of mass destruction belonging to us and I’m pretty sure many of our members feel the same.
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    (Original post by Cardozo)
    We may possibly look at making it more efficient and seeing if that leaves money over but we certainly would not be cutting defence spending haphazardly.

    As for trident I’d personally quite like to see no weapons of mass destruction belonging to us and I’m pretty sure many of our members feel the same.
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    (Original post by DayneD89)
    Here here
    :facepalm:

    Thankfully we have a Government that won't get rid of our insurance and leave the UK vulnerable to attack
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    (Original post by abucha3)
    :facepalm:

    Thankfully we have a Government that won't get rid of our insurance and leave the UK vulnerable to attack
    Well we'll have to disagree here. I don't think any country will use nuclear arms against us whether we have them ourselves or not. Either way I'd be against us ever using them.
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    (Original post by DayneD89)
    Well we'll have to disagree here. I don't think any country will use nuclear arms against us whether we have them ourselves or not. Either way I'd be against us ever using them.
    Yes we will agree to disagree. However, ten years down the line when Iran suddenly pop up with WMD and become a huge threat, you will thank us for the protection we have
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    (Original post by DayneD89)
    Not at this time. In fact Adorno is still a member of the party and hasn't formally resigned yet (to my knowledge), but as he is leaving it will happen at some point I'm sure.
    Oh I see. You're in the Labour Party now. I see. I see.
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    (Original post by abucha3)
    Yes we will agree to disagree. However, ten years down the line when Iran suddenly pop up with WMD and become a huge threat, you will thank us for the protection we have
    While I don't necessarily agree with unilateral disarmament on our part, the existence of NATO makes your point somewhat moot.
    While NATO isn't perfect, it does send a powerful message to would-be aggressors - **** with one of us and you **** with all of us.
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    (Original post by abucha3)
    Yes we will agree to disagree. However, ten years down the line when Iran suddenly pop up with WMD and become a huge threat, you will thank us for the protection we have
    You have a rather sceptical outlook on Iran's apparently definite targeting of the United Kingdom me thinks
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    (Original post by Student2806)
    While I don't necessarily agree with unilateral disarmament on our part, the existence of NATO makes your point somewhat moot.
    While NATO isn't perfect, it does send a powerful message to would-be aggressors - **** with one of us and you **** with all of us.
    I agree. I think we should use NATO but we shouldn't be dependent on NATO; being dependent on NATO is basically relying on the US. We both know that if NATO countries attack a country, then it will be the USA that will carry the weight. We should still have means to protect ourselves.
 
 
 
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