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    Tories.

    But only if they man up and actually make some proper cuts, poor people are so expensive...
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    (Original post by Ventura7)
    Just to see the general opinions of how us students will be voting next general and to see how it will turn out

    My opinion is that labour will get in again, double the amount of students will turn up i believe because of fees, cuts etc. and will vote anyone except conservative and Lib dem, is voting conservative or Lib Dem not in the question for you?
    You know that the fee increase was a labour policy. :/

    In answer probably an independent
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    (Original post by Ventura7)
    Just to see the general opinions of how us students will be voting next general and to see how it will turn out

    My opinion is that labour will get in again, double the amount of students will turn up i believe because of fees, cuts etc. and will vote anyone except conservative and Lib dem, is voting conservative or Lib Dem not in the question for you?
    Start a poll. Should be interesting to see the results.
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    Anyone but Labour.

    Conservatives have my vote at this point. I am really impressed with Cameron and the maturity the conservatives are showing in governance.

    It is so refreshing to have a Prime minister who puts the UK national interest before anything else.

    People moan about cuts - but these are selfish, self obsessed people.
    Cuts are necessary - yes it will be tough, but our children will be the ones who benefit.

    Unfortunately there are too many Labour supporters who think ME ME ME! and dont give a dam about the future health of the country.
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    Liberals or democrats - JK i'd rather eat my hands with the only condiment being my feet
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    I'll never vote labour.
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    (Original post by Tara_Ward)
    You know that the fee increase was a labour policy. :/
    This is what really annoys me about most student 'ex' Lib Dems. Did they totally forget that Labour not only introduced fees after saying they 'have legislated against them', but then went on to treble them? :facepalm:
    Also, Labour initiated the Browne Review.
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    UKIP
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    (Original post by missnatalie1710)
    I'll never vote labour.
    Wise decision :yep: What's made you see the light though?
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    The Conservatives. :yy:
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    Labour but conditional on Ed actually gaining an atom of charisma or being replaced by Balls
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    Whoever seems like the least likely to be the biggest lying ****.
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    Under av..

    1) Conservatives (The best all round match other than defence and nuclear energy)
    2) Liberal Democrats (as long as Nick Clegg remains leader or another 'Orange Booker')
    3) UKIP (I am pro Europe, but they have some cracking economic and educational policies)
    4) Green Party (Pro Europe, scrap trident, invest in renewable energy, they are also the most liberal mainstream party by far)
    5) Labour (They lie to voters in claiming they are still socialist and were far too authoritarian under Blair/Brown however if they stay to the centre right and liberalise a bit with a decent economic plan then they would be considered, though i have unfortunately developed a natural hatred for them in being a Conservative Party member)
    6) BNP (Too authoritarian and too far left economically although i believe in democracy too much not to include them as a mainstream party)

    Under FPTP Conservatives.
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    Well, I'm a member of the Labour party so will probably stick with that, although, 4 years until the next election is a long time..
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    I can see the Green party overtaking Lib Dems for the 3rd place party. Labour will probably win, followed by Conservatives.
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    Labour because I'm not posh
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    (Original post by lawbot)
    People moan about cuts - but these are selfish, self obsessed people.
    Cuts are necessary - yes it will be tough, but our children will be the ones who benefit.

    Unfortunately there are too many Labour supporters who think ME ME ME! and dont give a dam about the future health of the country.
    I don't think being worried about your families future is "Selfish" or "Self-obsessed".
    Neither is being worried about the affect of reducing policing numbers, or reducing the number of nurses etc.
    Nor is being worried about disabled people who are being found "fit for work" despite not being, just to get them off benefits.
    Nor is being worried about the affects the removal of vital services from vulnerable people (people with learning issues etc etc).
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    Whoever the most socialist person I can vote for is. In the absence of socialists, Greens. In the absence of both I'd probably just spoil the ballot paper.
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    (Original post by Will Lucky)
    Conservative, only party capable of dealing with the economic condition. Labour need 5 years out to regenerate, potentially more.
    That used to convince me until the conservatives randomly started going to war for "humanitarian"reasons. They better get some oil out of Libya.
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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))
    Maybe the British Communist Party. However, you won't be able to make masses of money at the expense of others and capitol punishment will more than likely not be reintroduced.
 
 
 
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