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I would never vote for the Conservative party because of three reasons; Michael Gove, George Osbourne and Theresa May. As long as these three politicians are in the party I don't think I could ever vote for Conservatives.

I will definitely never vote for UKIP because personally I think they are just a party for closet-racists and xenophobics. Aside from scaremongering I don't think they have anything else to bring to the country. I wouldn't trust UKIP to run my back-garden let alone the country.

What are your reasons for not voting whatever party you feel you could never vote for?
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Conservatives, because I don't feel like they represent everyday working people in this country, and I hated most of their policies while this government have been in power.

Lib Dems, at least while Nick Clegg is in power, because how am I supposed to respect someone who originally said he was going to abolish tuition fees and then let them be trebled?

UKIP, because a lot of their members just come across as racist and ignorant.
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Lib Dems, at least while Nick Clegg is in power, because how am I supposed to respect someone who originally said he was going to abolish tuition fees and then let them be trebled?
In a similar vain I hope you won't vote for Labour because they introduced fees and then tripled them after saying they would not.
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Conservative and Lib Dem for the pile of debt that I'm never going to pay off.... Would never vote UKIP because they're racists who would ruin the country if they ever got into power.
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Conservatives, because I don't feel like they represent everyday working people in this country, and I hated most of their policies while this government have been in power.

Lib Dems, at least while Nick Clegg is in power, because how am I supposed to respect someone who originally said he was going to abolish tuition fees and then let them be trebled?

UKIP, because a lot of their members just come across as racist and ignorant.
Yeah I agree, I think I might consider voting liberal democrats when Nick Clegg is out of power. I think some liberal democrats voted against the tuition rise so I do have faith for aspects of the party but definitely not with Clegg in power.
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As a pragmatist i'm open to voting for any party although my default tends to be the Tories however since 1979 only Labour in 01 impressed me enough that i'd want to vote for them at a general election although i will be voting Lib Dem in the Euro's later this month.

It is of course unlikely that i'd ever vote for the Green Party or any party left of them.
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(Original post by Rlove95)
I would never vote for the Conservative party because of three reasons; Michael Gove, George Osbourne and Theresa May. As long as these three politicians are in the party I don't think I could ever vote for Conservatives.

I will definitely never vote for UKIP because personally I think they are just a party for closet-racists and xenophobics. Aside from scaremongering I don't think they have anything else to bring to the country. I wouldn't trust UKIP to run my back-garden let alone the country.

What are your reasons for not voting whatever party you feel you could never vote for?
I wouldn't vote for labour because they have ludicrous economic plans. The British economy will collapse under them.


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I wouldn't vote for any of the major political parties while they are still signed up to neo-liberal capitalist economic and social policy.

I MIGHT be tempted, If I had to, to vote Green, seeing as they are the only party that actually seems to recognise that global warming is actually a thing that is happening...
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tory. Because I'm not rich yet.
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Labour is trash
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Labour, as they lack any clear plan. All they seem to do is complain about the Conservatives, which is a shame.

UKIP, as I strongly dislike their policies on the EU, defence, education, welfare, etc etc....

Not sure if i'd vote for the Liberal Democrats or the Conservatives. Probably neither as I am too ignorant to know which has a better economic policy.

I can't vote for any other party as none of them have put forth candidates in my constituency. I could vote for the Green Party in the European Election, although I am doubtful of the viability of 'green politics'.
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Labour, they started out as people who valued ideology over the ability to govern effectively, then abandoned the ideology. Now they're just a less competent version of the tories, and the only thing they look likely to do is return to the unworkable ideology.

Green, they value the appearance of tackling climate change over actually tackling it, and are happy for people to starve if they can achieve either.
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Labour - I'm not a racist or stupid enough to hand the economy back to morons who have never passed economics GCSE
Lib Dems - I am not a Paedophile nor do I like liars
Conservatives - I am not racist or rich (yet)
Greens - lol... just lol.
BNP - because I am not a retard

Basically leaves with me UKIP then. Good. I like their policies.
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I would happily vote for any of LibLabCon depending on their policy and membership at the time.
I would never vote UKIP because of their lack of coherent economic and environmental policy.
I would never vote Green for the same reasons.
I would never vote BNP for obvious reasons.
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Labour for:-

Sending me off to war without body armour.

Deregulating the banks.

Screwing over the economy .

Admitting their lack immigration policy had as much to do with annoying the Torys and promoting welfare dependency as it had to do with benefitting the economy.

Introducing green taxes on energy production and then grief whoring a few years later that energy bills were too high.

Introducing tuition fees.

Giving a platform to Dianne Abbott, the two Eds.

I could go on. But no doubt other political parties will ignore me
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(Original post by Rlove95)
I would never vote for the Conservative party because of three reasons; Michael Gove, George Osbourne and Theresa May. As long as these three politicians are in the party I don't think I could ever vote for Conservatives.

I will definitely never vote for UKIP because personally I think they are just a party for closet-racists and xenophobics. Aside from scaremongering I don't think they have anything else to bring to the country. I wouldn't trust UKIP to run my back-garden let alone the country.

What are your reasons for not voting whatever party you feel you could never vote for?
I'd never vote Tory because they're my ideological opposite. I think they stand up for the wrong people, I think they're mainly pompous, private school kids who nothing about normal people and they've historically stood against pretty much every positive advancement (NHS, Minimum wage, Votes for women and the non-upperclass to name but a few). Not to mention their pro-royalist history.

I'd never vote UKIP because, see Tory, mixed with some racism and homophobia. Oh and the "the EU decide 80% of our laws" lies.

I could never Lib Dems because of their back-stabbing. I feel bad in a way because my old MP was a Lib Dem and she was lovely and I imagine there's plenty of great Lib Dem MPs but I just associate the Lib Dems with Nick Clegg and Danny Alexander who I hate.
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I'd never vote Tory because they're my ideological opposite. I think they stand up for the wrong people, I think they're mainly pompous, private school kids who nothing about normal people and they've historically stood against pretty much every positive advancement (NHS, Minimum wage, Votes for women and the non-upperclass to name but a few). Not to mention their pro-royalist history.

I'd never vote UKIP because, see Tory, mixed with some racism and homophobia. Oh and the "the EU decide 80% of our laws" lies.

I could never Lib Dems because of their back-stabbing. I feel bad in a way because my old MP was a Lib Dem and she was lovely and I imagine there's plenty of great Lib Dem MPs but I just associate the Lib Dems with Nick Clegg and Danny Alexander who I hate.
So you prefer incompetent people you agree with to competent people you don't. When they're running your country.


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So you prefer incompetent people you agree with to competent people you don't. When they're running your country.


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I'm not going to stand up for the last Labour government - I agree they were complete ****. Trouble is so are the Tories, so I think I might as well vote for the lesser of two evils (and incompetents).
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I'm not going to stand up for the last Labour government - I agree they were complete ****. Trouble is so are the Tories, so I think I might as well vote for the lesser of two evils (and incompetents).
But the Tories are competent (sort of). They've exceeded even the most optimistic expectations for the economy. I've said for a while now that I'm leaving Britain if labour get elected because it will be so bad economically. Unfortunately there are too many idiots in this country who are allowed to vote.


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Labour, because they ruined the economy, refuse to admit it, and want to do it again
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