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    Tory.
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    Plaid Cymru.
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    I'll be voting for the BNP for sure. "Bunch of Nice People" :ahee:
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    Unless they really balls up the economy (and not just out of left wing scaremongering over cuts), Conservative. If so, then UKIP.
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    I'd voting Monster Raving Loony party. However, I probably won't be living in the UK by that time, thank christ.
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    Surely this thread proves the one about TSR being mainly right wing completely wrong, since the vast majority of users here vote Labour.

    Personally I'd vote UKIP. Some proper opposition to the EU is needed, not the namby pamby guff the Conservatives are offering.
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    It's far too far away to be making this kind of decision. If it were to happen right now I'd vote Labour. If we get AV I'd probably vote Green with Labour second choice. This may well change a lot by the time the election come around, I don't support a lot of Labours policies but I have fewer issues with them than with the Conservatives and Lib Dems (which is why I voted labour at the last election).
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    It won't be the Tories.
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    (Original post by TheBiscuit)
    If we have AV - Green 1, Labour 2.
    Still FPTP - Labour.

    Lib Dem is completely out of the question unless the party splits into left and right. Still they'll have a lot of explaining to do - although it was clear from their manifesto they wanted to make a lot of cuts so I don't know why everyone was so surprised about that, but the u-turns on tuition fees and the NHS are horrible.

    New Labour gave the financial sector too much deregulation (leading to all the economic issues we have now), I think they need to return to their roots a bit - this is where the Greens come in as they are quite like Old Labour in their socialist policies.

    It will either be a Labour majority or Lib-Lab coalition next time round though - Ed Miliband was saying the AV will allow progressives to unite, hinting at some kind of progressive coalition perhaps?
    couldn't agree more.
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    Hmm.... It is between Conservative and UKIP. I would vote Conservative for definite, but I'm unhappy with their economics at the moment. Their economic policies seem very wishy-washy, ziggy-zaggy and confusing, with no clear plan or ideology. So I might vote UKIP instead for that reason, and also because they are the only ones who will give us a referendum on the EU. However, I could still vote Conservative because UKIP would be a wasted vote.

    However, under AV...
    1) UKIP
    2) Conservative
    3) Lib Dem (They are scarier than Labour, but I have to vote for them in hope of another Con-Lib coalition)
    4) Labour
    5) Greens
    (BNP has never stood in my constituency, but they would probably go before or after the Greens. At the end of the day, they are both too left/right wing for me)
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    (Original post by Selkarn)
    From the issues in my sig, can someone recommend me a party? (I won't vote Labour (totalitarian Nazis) or BNP (racist Nazis))
    Nazis would have been enough
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    Wow early or what? I'll probably be voting Labour or the SSP
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    Was there really a need for somebody to give me Neg. Rep for merely stating who I would vote for? Grow up eh :confused:
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    I voted Conservative last year which I regret now, in the Scottish elections in May I will be voting for the SNP, not because I want independence or anything I just believe they are better than Labour/libs/torys etc.
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    Well if the election was tomorrow (and if I could actually vote for that matter), I'd vote Labour, but it depends on how the parties change their policies. I was very impressed with the Lib Dem election campaign during the last general election, and were I of voting age, I would have certainly voted Lib Dem, but things have changed now. It'd take something big to convince me to vote Conservative, there is very little I like about them.
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    Labour because they're the only party in this country that truly care for the people!
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    I'm not voting for anyone. Currently, there is not a single party who deserve a vote off anyone
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    I wouldn't vote labour because my MP is the most expensive in Britain for the 4th year running, claiming over £250,000 a year in expenses.
 
 
 
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