Assuming i know nothing about politics. Sell me the party that you side on

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Let's see which argument is more compelling. ( I am foreign so selling ukip may be a tough ask :P)
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The Animal Welfare Party
- it supports animal welfare

http://www.animalwelfareparty.org/

p.s animal welfare isn't the same thing as animal rights
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I like the ones with the funny hats. my favourite cheese is wensleydale.
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I would have to say Labour but only under modern circumstances not the current direction labour is taking now, I agree with a centre ground labour, in other words New Labour (Tony Blair & Gordon Brown) because it had economic growth within the country as well as a declining level of poverty, his sorta socialist principles + conservative/liberal economic structure led to rapid growth. Put it this way, if David Cameron was under the surge of advancing technology growth from 99-09, he would've sold the NHS, where as Tony and Gordon managed to get through it, getting all new technology and having the NHS at its best in 2010 (DC ruined that in record braking time)
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I would have to say that the conservatives are the least bad option. The lib dems aren't that bad but they will side with labour who are that bad.

If Liz Kendall had won or if David Miliband comes back to save the party post Corbyn then Labour may become the best bet.
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scary man in vest ??? noooooo :creep:

nice man in suit ??? yessssss :rave:
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The left have probably told you UKIP will chuck you out along with anyone who is foreign (even though I fail to find this policy on their manifesto). There is no point presenting opinions to you, the left got to you first, you are well and truly a left winger. You should vote greens or Corbyn's Labour then.
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(Original post by zayn008)
I would have to say Labour but only under modern circumstances not the current direction labour is taking now, I agree with a centre ground labour, in other words New Labour (Tony Blair & Gordon Brown) because it had economic growth within the country as well as a declining level of poverty, his sorta socialist principles + conservative/liberal economic structure led to rapid growth. Put it this way, if David Cameron was under the surge of advancing technology growth from 99-09, he would've sold the NHS, where as Tony and Gordon managed to get through it, getting all new technology and having the NHS at its best in 2010 (DC ruined that in record braking time)
(Original post by Davij038)
I would have to say that the conservatives are the least bad option. The lib dems aren't that bad but they will side with labour who are that bad.


If Liz Kendall had won or if David Miliband comes back to save the party post Corbyn then Labour may become the best bet.
Would either of you two vote for Corbyn?
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Would either of you two vote for Corbyn?
As I Recommended voting conservative as the least bad option, I think that would be a no.

I'd rather vote green or lib dem. Corbyn is on a similar par with UKIP for me.
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As I Recommended voting conservative as the least bad option, I think that would be a no.

I'd rather vote green or lib dem. Corbyn is on a similar par with UKIP for me.
You have a real disillusioned way of determining competency if you value the greens over Corbyn. The Greens would be far more detrimental than Corbyn's Labour. And UKIP are more economically competent than the other two put together since it will retain the free market economy while the other two will instate the state police on the market. Pathetic!

You are just a centrist who wants the status quo.
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scary man in vest ??? noooooo :creep:

nice man in suit ??? yessssss :rave:
I couldn't agree more

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In a sentence. The liberals incorporate empathy and the conservatives and economic sensibilities and labour, giving a well rounded party with a mix of views where everyone is welcome.
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(Original post by Gears265)
You have a real disillusioned way of determining competency if you value the greens over Corbyn. The Greens would be far more detrimental than Corbyn's Labour. And UKIP are more economically competent than the other two put together since it will retain the free market economy while the other two will instate the state police on the market. Pathetic!

You are just a centrist who wants the status quo.
The greens would legalise drugs and I like their policies regarding religion. Their economic policies are unique and interesting- Cirbyn and UKIP just want to bring us back to the 1950s- in different ways .

Whilst I think that Osbornes method is essentially working, I don't think QE is necessarily that bad- as long as it's spent on the right things not thrown away on council houses, tax credits and the NHS.

I don't necessarily support the status quo I just think things work better in moderation, with healthy doses of skepticism and pragmatism.
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Fort the party of economic common sense, which will reduce inequality, improve regulation on banking and nationalise key services.

Vote Labour.
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(Original post by Illiberal Liberal)
I couldn't agree more

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Best prime minister we never had in my opinion.
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(Original post by CoolCavy)
The Animal Welfare Party
- it supports animal welfare

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p.s animal welfare isn't the same thing as animal rights
Whats actually the point of that party it's policies are basically some selected green ones.
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Best prime minister we never had in my opinion.
Why have you defected from the LDs, if you don't mind me asking?

The LD leader doesn't decide party policy, that's (as always) decided by party members (to pre-empt one common reason).
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Whats actually the point of that party it's policies are basically some selected green ones.
bc i don't agree with everything the greens say but i agree with the majority of the things the animal welfare party says. They have just taken the best bits of the green party and got rid of the bits i don't agree with
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(Original post by CoolCavy)
bc i don't agree with everything the greens say but i agree with the majority of the things the animal welfare party says. They have just taken the best bits of the green party and got rid of the bits i don't agree with
Fair enough
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If the Lib Dems weren't so staunchly pro-EU and willing to jump into bed with anyone for the sake of ministerial cars, they'd be the least bad option since they're neither too socialist nor too conservative.
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