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Poll: If a TSR General Election was held tomorrow, which party would you vote for?
TSR Conservatives (13)
31.71%
TSR Green Party (7)
17.07%
TSR Labour Party (5)
12.2%
TSR Liberal Party (5)
12.2%
TSR Libertarian Party (1)
2.44%
TSR Socialist Party (1)
2.44%
TSR UKIP (9)
21.95%
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Jesus. The saviour of mankind.
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UKIP/Labour coalition
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Jesus. The saviour of mankind.
I've always thought of Jesus as left wing...
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I knew you'd go ahead and do this lol I made a thread like this when I started.
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Conservatives
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I knew you'd go ahead and do this lol I made a thread like this when I started.
LOL, I thought I'd give it a go! I'm going to post a few of these, add them all up, and find the average. Then I'll make seat predictions - you never know...
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LOL, I thought I'd give it a go! I'm going to post a few of these, add them all up, and find the average. Then I'll make seat predictions - you never know...
It might make a nice change from the Rakas-polls.
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Labour.
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It might make a nice change from the Rakas-polls.
I'm TSR's official pollster!
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These polls suggest that we need an increase from 50 MPs to 55, or possibly 60.
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These polls suggest that we need an increase from 50 MPs to 55, or possibly 60.
How?

We usually have less than 85% of MPs voting in division already.
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Greens, naturally.
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UKIP/Labour coalition
Would love it, but only if Farage is PM, **** do I hate Milliband
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Conservatives!
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How?

We usually have less than 85% of MPs voting in division already.
There are many people who would like to win a seat in the TSR MHoC. This is currently difficult, because there aren't enough seats; in the future, they'd be deterred from running, meaning that we'd be stuck with the same old.


As well as this, not all MPs are able to vote on all of the bills, motions, etc; this is usually because they are students, and have coursework to complete. Therefore, it would be logical to have extra MPs as 'reserves' - ensuring that a sufficient number of bills and motions have been scrutinised.

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Conservatives!
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UKIP/Labour coalition

That would never work. Not only considering that the majority of Labour MP's are pro-Europe but also given the fact that they share barely any similar policy plans. Taxes and welfare are just two major differences.
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There are many people who would like to win a seat in the TSR MHoC. This is currently difficult, because there aren't enough seats; in the future, they'd be deterred from running, meaning that we'd be stuck with the same old.
I'm not so sure, but even if this was the case, parties are able to loan out their surplus members if in coalition with another party, as the Liberals have demonstrated. There isn't enough surplus or activity across the entire house to warrant increasing the number of MP slots. Moreover, this poll has done nothing of the sort to suggest an increase is necessary.

As well as this, not all MPs are able to vote on all of the bills, motions, etc; this is usually because they are students, and have coursework to complete. Therefore, it would be logical to have extra MPs as 'reserves' - ensuring that a sufficient number of bills and motions have been scrutinised.
Which is why parties are able to elect temporary proxies for MPs who are unable to vote for a long period of time.
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