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  • View Poll Results: Cast your vote in the TSR General Election:
    TSR Conservative & Unionist Party
    104
    16.64%
    TSR Green Party
    157
    25.12%
    TSR Liberal Party
    57
    9.12%
    TSR UKIP
    88
    14.08%
    TSR Socialist Party
    58
    9.28%
    Matthew_Lowson, Independent
    14
    2.24%
    TSR Labour Party
    109
    17.44%
    TSR Libertarian Party
    20
    3.20%
    Spoilt Ballot
    18
    2.88%

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    (Original post by ukip72)
    UKIP have been in government before and we are not the only one's committed to restoring the monarchy. Take a look at the Tory manifesto
    What did I write in brackets...? Anyway here's a potato, a potato I picked especially for you :adore:



    (Please find understand the humour :beg:).
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    (Original post by That Bearded Man)
    Hahahaha- teabagging her?
    Yes... Problem? She likes a good #TeaBagging, I learned of this when we spoke after the #ScotlandDecides #IndyRef when she purred down the phone at me, she's just #GILF
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    What did I write in brackets...? Anyway here's a potato, a potato I picked especially for you :adore:
    Brackets?
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    (Original post by ukip72)
    Brackets?
    Tell me you know what brackets are? :facepalm2:

    I wrote the following;
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    Not to be taken seriously...
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    Tell me you know what brackets are? :facepalm2:

    I wrote the following;
    I am aware

    You did try to petition to have UKIP disbanded...
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    (Original post by ukip72)
    You did try to petition to have UKIP disbanded...
    Such slander and I demand an apology this instance, how dare you accuse me of petitioning for the wholly logically and widely backed disbandment of UKIP, I'd never do that to my dear friends, especially those fighting commies
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    Such slander and I demand an apology this instance, how dare you accuse me of petitioning for the wholly logically and widely backed disbandment of UKIP, I'd never do that to my dear friends, especially those fighting commies
    You should be grateful there are others fighting the commies in this house.

    As for the apology, no can do I'm afraid
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    Yes... Problem? She likes a good #TeaBagging, I learned of this when we spoke after the #ScotlandDecides #IndyRef when she purred down the phone at me, she's just #GILF
    Not a phrase I expected to read in your posts
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    (Original post by That Bearded Man)
    Not a phrase I expected to read in your posts
    Well I aim to shock and awe, it's my policy to enact 'Shock and Awe' on the masses, Me 2015 :france:
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    (Original post by Green_Pink)
    That's simply not true. I've looked at the thread from the time - it was a decision taken by the whole party, not just Birchington, with a very convincing majority. And the entire reason was that so many of our members were disillusioned with the track record of the Lib Dems in real life. Even just in our current manifesto, you can see we have very different policies on education, justice, democracy and human rights - and that's only the start.
    But doesn't it remain the fact that thete isn't anything in which you have proposed which marks the TSR Liberals out from the former TSR Lib Dem that it replaced and whose record it seeks to honour!

    I think it'd be about striking a balance. In an ideal world I'd like to see regular petitions and user involvement, but without having too many referendums result - one every month for instance would get pretty tiresome
    How would you determine which petitions went to referendum if we did get a large influx of petitions meeting the numbers for a referendumm

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    (Original post by ukip72)
    I hope so, and it appears the Tories want the same. The action of the last government was pretty ****ing immoral after all.
    So would you out of interest block a republic system which had some sort of mandate e.g the government increasing their tally in this election or a republic vote in a referendum?

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    Any sign of a mass PM?
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    (Original post by Birchington)
    Any sign of a mass PM?
    I get a feeling there mayn't be one (considering that we couldn't hold the Scottish referendum
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    (Original post by Green_Pink)
    Yay, good choice! Have you thought about becoming a party member?
    I probably don't want to really to be honest, too time consuming. But thanks for the offer
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    (Original post by Reluire)
    Interesting manifestos. Another party to my regular won me over.
    Who and why?
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    (Original post by Matthew_Lowson)
    I get a feeling there mayn't be one (considering that we couldn't hold the Scottish referendum
    Excellent, looks like a Tory victory then given we're likely more popular when all votes split (by-election indicator).
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    Good luck Matt Lowson
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    (Original post by Matthew_Lowson)
    So would you out of interest block a republic system which had some sort of mandate e.g the government increasing their tally in this election or a republic vote in a referendum?

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    No, we wouldn't block a republic if it was voted for in a referendum. The government increasing their majority in this election though is no mandate for a republic, we would still seek the restoration of the monarchy in that instance.
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    (Original post by ukip72)
    No, we wouldn't block a republic if it was voted for in a referendum. The government increasing their majority in this election though is no mandate for a republic, we would still seek the restoration of the monarchy in that instance.
    Why would it still lack the mandate? The parties all have made declarations as to what they have done?

    Would you back a 2 question referendum as I suggested earlier in the thread?

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    (Original post by mccrae01)
    Gone for the Liberals because I liked their policies and manifesto, hope the tories do well too though
    Thank you for your vote and kind words.
 
 
 
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