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    Probably Labour.
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    A lot of disenfranchised youth out there, maybe we'll turn into naughty anarchists, hooligans, or, worst of all... ruffians
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    Probably Green...
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    (Original post by placebo24)
    TSR has a significant amount of elitist rich kids, so that may explain it.

    Will definitely be Labour for me (unless Ed caves into right-wing pressure...).
    **** off with your class war nonsense. I am state educated and am as right-wing (economically) as they come.
    To the OP, I can't ever see myself voting for anyone other than the conservatives, and i'm in a con/lab marginal so my vote is important.
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    (Original post by und)
    Labour, for lack of a more left-wing alternative with any chance of winning seats, and because my constituency is Tory (it's where Michael Portillo lost his seat ).
    With that sort of attitude you will never get any left-wing alternatives.

    But if AV does get the yes vote then I'd say it was Christmas for you.
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    Unsure yet to be honest, it depends on which candidates are in my constituency at the time. I am however to really that pleased with Labour thought.
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    I'm probably going to vote independent if there are any decent independent candidates in the place where I'm living at that time.
    Seeing as the major parties are going to screw you over there's not a lot of point in voting for them - I'd rather have someone who is only interested in the local area and is actively working to make things better on a smaller scale.
    That said, I think I am actually officially a member of the conservative party. Not exactly sure why though...it was a very crazy day and the guy talking to me was pretty nice (he was also a stereotypical tory :p: )
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    SNP most likely.
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    UKIP
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    If the other Miliband brother was Labour leader I might have something positive to say about them. Ed is fighting against the cuts but has no plausible alternative to getting this country out of debt. Most likely to stick with the Conservatives.
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    I'm really unsure at the moment. I'm still leaning towards the left politically, however the coalition has done a good few things I disagree with, I'm not sure how things will turn out.
    Anyway I can't think about the next election yet, this government has only been around for less than a year
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    Depends if there is anyone worth voting for or if there's an extreme case of 'the lesser of two evils' kinda ****.
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    I'm not going to vote anyone.

    None of them can be trusted.

    Ed Milliband is more then likely lying through his teeth at the moment to win votes, just like David Cameron did while Gordon Brown was in power.
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    Labour. Labour. Labour.
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    Labour.
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    Yay! I can't wait for Labour to get back into power so they can finish handing all our parlimentary powers over to the EU, ignoring our requests for a referendum on the EU, spending trillions we don't have (and of course blaming the Tories when the deficit doubles again), using our tax money to pay for their 2nd/3rd/4th houses/countless holidays/porn DVDs (why should they use their own money, they only earn a pitiful £64,000 a year ) and drag us so far back into the dark ages we'll never return. Gooooooooooooooooo Labour! :dance:
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    UKIP. Labour and the Tories have already handed more than enough powers over to the EU. It's time to take them back.
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    The Conservatives' retarded policy on voting reform, and eagerness to be seen as 'progressive', rules them out.
    Labour, no, I am not convinced you'd be able to resist running a deficit, your voters would demand it, also your authoritarian attitude is highly annoying, plus general incompetence, plus lost-Ed, plus WHY.

    I'll probably vote LibDem again, I want some jizzing voting and constitutional reform.
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    I don't particularly support Labour, but I'd rather vote Labour than Tory or Lib Dem in the current climate.

    The lesser of three evils.
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    Depends where I am.
    Wales - probably Plaid Cymru
    Rest of the UK - probably Labour.

    (Original post by Dude Where's My Username)
    using our tax money to pay for their 2nd/3rd/4th houses/countless holidays/porn DVDs
    Because MP's from the other parties are totally innocent of taking the piss with expenses :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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