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If there was a general election today, and you were eligible to vote, who would you choose?
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If there was a general election today, and you were eligible to vote, who would you choose?
conservatives for me
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How come? Is it the leadership or policies? What do others think?
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How come? Is it the leadership or policies? What do others think?
Hmm. 5 posts now, I see.
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Huh?
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The one my dads accountant tells me to vote for.
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Lib Dems, as no other party has any credibility in my opinion.
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Lib Dems, as no other party has any credibility in my opinion.
None of the parties have credibility, in my opinion. And that is when we know democracy has failed us.
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Lib Dems, as no other party has any credibility in my opinion.
Please define credibility
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Please define credibility
Trustworthy. Basically being able to trust what they say is true.
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Trustworthy. Basically being able to trust what they say is true.
i dont think it's possible to trust any of them.
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Roll on the torys
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possibly the lib dems. more interesting than the others.
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Roll on the torys
Dracula (michael howard) was very quick to refuse all planned TV interviews after Tony Blair's "victory". I think that was a bad move.
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possibly the lib dems. more interesting than the others.
Interesting? HOW?! They are possibly the most boring party from any era of British politics.
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libs cos I feel sorry for poor little Charles Kennedy- he so short and ginger and scottish, it really isn't fair
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Interesting? HOW?! They are possibly the most boring party from any era of British politics.
But they are the only party that actually wants to help people, rather than help themselves.
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libs cos I feel sorry for poor little Charles Kennedy- he so short and ginger and scottish, it really isn't fair
Could have been worse, Neil Kinnock was short and ginger and welsh.
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Maybe we should set Gordon Strachan up as leader of a party?
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I'd probably vote Labour, or even the Torys. The thing with Labour is they give too much for free and like the idea of freedom.
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