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    I'm eligible - yes
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    I'm eligible - no
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    6.82%
    I'm ineligible - yes
    10
    22.73%
    I'm ineligible - no
    1
    2.27%

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    It'd be particularly interesting to see how many people who are ineligible to vote answer 'yes'.

    If not then please provide a brief explanation as to why that is the case.

    I'd imagine that there are a few of you who have no idea despite being eligible :lol:

    Well?
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    My MP is stuart Jackson and hopefully he won't be my MP for much longer!
    I normally vote for the guy who comes knocking on my door because it shows they actually care! (My standards are pretty low).
    This time i'm going for Jeremy Corbyn. To give you an idea why, add some Chinese chilli sauce into your Shepard pie, do you know what will happen? I don't but i'm interested! That's why!
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    1) Yes
    2) Yes (George Osborne)
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    1. Yes.
    2. Yes, but I'm not going to name them because I don't want people knowing what constituency I live in. :laugh:
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    1) Yes
    2) Yes (George Osborne)
    You poor soul, you.
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    Yea and yes. I've written to him a few times.
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    1.) Yes
    2.) Yes - Jeremy Corbyn
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    Not eligible but know who my MP is. Not going to identify them thought because privacy.
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    Yes and yes. I think he's sick of me.
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    You poor soul, you.
    :laugh:

    I quite like him tbh :ninja:
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    Yes
    Siobhan McDonagh

    guys if eligible please vote, the government works on a follow for follow basis, maintenance loans are gone partly due to the lack of young people represented in the voting population.
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    No(underage) and yes (Helen Grant).
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    No(underage) and yes (Helen Grant).
    Bloody Tories.
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    At home, yes. Rishi Sunak, who basically replaced William Hague in a very safe Conservative seat.

    Can't remember who's the MP for my university's constituency. I've checked a few times, but I keep forgetting his name. He's a Conservative though.
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    Yes.
    Sam Gyimah.


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    1) No
    2) Catherine West (Labour)
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    Yes I vote, technically I don't know my MP.

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    (Original post by James Milibanter)
    Bloody Tories.
    I hate them
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    1) Yes
    2) John McDonnell
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    Yes and it's Maggie Hodge (Labour)
 
 
 
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