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    Wouldn't that be a conflict of interest if that was happen it would not last a week
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    I think KipSoc would be great tbh
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    (Original post by TheHelpfulMan)
    Wouldn't that be a conflict of interest if that was happen it would not last a week
    Nah I'm practically a commie
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    (Original post by Camoron)
    The greens are biggest culprit for inactivity
    Really?

    The Greens, the party with half of its MPs getting a 100% voting record, the party with only 4 seats but produced (party + PMBs) 15 bills and 8 motions?
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    (Original post by nebelbon)
    Nah I'm practically a commie
    Yes but i mean UKIP as a whole Farage is quite right wing so i dont think he would do a deal with socialists
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Really?

    The Greens, the party with half of its MPs getting a 100% voting record, the party with only 4 seats but produced (party + PMBs) 15 bills and 8 motions?
    Well thats not exactly hard
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    (Original post by TheHelpfulMan)
    Well thats not exactly hard
    Didn't say that was. But how do these make us 'the biggest culprit for inactivity'? Because we're too active we've taken away all the acitivity there can be from anyone?
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    (Original post by TheHelpfulMan)
    Yes but i mean UKIP as a whole Farage is quite right wing so i dont think he would do a deal with socialists
    I don't think he gets on very well with me anyway, with TDA there's a bit o respect there but looking back we've not had a great relationship.

    Well, as well as it can between someone who admires Nigel Farage and someone who quotes Lenin and has an avatar of an INLA volunteer.

    That reminds me, I should do that more in MHoC than just in the Party threads.
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Didn't say that was. But how do these make us 'the biggest culprit for inactivity'? Because we're too active we've taken away all the acitivity there can be from anyone?
    Im just making a statement to how significant you are . It was just used to have a pop
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    (Original post by TheHelpfulMan)
    Route Master no.. both parties put together are smaller then the real life parliamentary lib dem party who can fit in 2 taxis the greens and socialists in hear could fit in a old school vauxhall safira .
    I'm not sure if you're reading this right, but the MHoC has only 50 seats whilst the RL HoC has 650. Proportionally speaking, the Greens would have 52 seats, similar to the SNP which is currently the third-biggest party in the Commons.

    RL Lib Dems wouldn't even have 1 seat here, proportionally speaking.
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    What has come of this then?
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    Again, the only leftists in gov are Labour, and partly Liberal.


    Cheap shot.



    Ahh right.

    Fair enough.


    I wouldn't be so sure about that.


    Again, cheap shot.
    We only had problems in this recent election with Corbyn's character assassination and poor image.
    I wasn't attacking you so feel free to stick those cheap shots up yours.

    1. They're the main lefties and it applies to you too if you actually support this Government. If you're going to at least abstain, fair enough, I'll take it back.

    2. You are becoming irrelevant whether you like it or not. The number of your seats has been falling since March 2014 after oscillating between five and seven for four years. Now you have two and the number of voters is decreasing as well.

    3. Well, nothing you've said so far seems to suggest otherwise. You are supporting them because you don't want us however crappy they are, which is a shame.

    4. See 2.
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    What has come of this then?
    There should be a vote soon.
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    I'm not sure if you're reading this right, but the MHoC has only 50 seats whilst the RL HoC has 650. Proportionally speaking, the Greens would have 52 seats, similar to the SNP which is currently the third-biggest party in the Commons.

    RL Lib Dems wouldn't even have 1 seat here, proportionally speaking.
    Im not talking proportianlly , Im talking realistically there is not 650 seats here so your point is invalid. Also the real life green party are just stagnant cling ons to the homos in Brighton
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    I'm not sure if you're reading this right, but the MHoC has only 50 seats whilst the RL HoC has 650. Proportionally speaking, the Greens would have 52 seats, similar to the SNP which is currently the third-biggest party in the Commons.

    RL Lib Dems wouldn't even have 1 seat here, proportionally speaking.
    Oh **** that means we'd have 26 seats - not bad.

    The Lib Dems aren't the same party apparently. TSR Liberals style themselves on Lloyd George's Libs not the Lib Dems.
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    There should be a vote soon.
    Cracking!
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    Oh **** that means we'd have 26 seats - not bad.

    The Lib Dems aren't the same party apparently. TSR Liberals style themselves on Lloyd George's Libs not the Lib Dems.
    Same difference
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    Good evening ladies and gentlemen. Beware that I'm watching this thread with a growing interest! I might have to come back from retirement and head into politics once more!

    Best regards.
    Francis Ewan Urquhart.
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    I wasn't attacking you so feel free to stick those cheap shots up yours.

    1. They're the main lefties and it applies to you too if you actually support this Government. If you're going to at least abstain, fair enough, I'll take it back.

    2. You are becoming irrelevant whether you like it or not. The number of your seats has been falling since March 2014 after oscillating between five and seven for four years. Now you have two and the number of voters is decreasing as well.

    3. Well, nothing you've said so far seems to suggest otherwise. You are supporting them because you don't want us however crappy they are, which is a shame.

    4. See 2.
    I wasn't being rude so that was a bit overzealous life_peer.

    From what I've been looking at over the past few elections we've on average had 4 seats, at one time gaining 7, and only in this last election dropped to 2 due to the mass attack in the media on Corbyn and leftism.
    Last year there were problems with activity party-wide but we've recovered from that now and, as you can see, have had many new members.
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    (Original post by TheHelpfulMan)
    Im not talking proportianlly , Im talking realistically there is not 650 seats here so your point is invalid. Also the real life green party are just stagnant cling ons to the homos in Brighton
    Which only shows that it's just another completely failed drag. Indeed, the TSR Greens don't have as many MPs as the RL Lib Dems have. But how does this matter in anyway? In MHoC, a party which can fill 3 taxis would be leading the house; in HoC, a party which fills 30 would still not be that influential.

    It's like saying 3 million pesos and 3 million pounds are comparable in any way.
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    (Original post by Francis Urquhart)
    Good evening ladies and gentlemen. Beware that I'm watching this thread with a growing interest! I might have to come back from retirement and head into politics once more!
    You've just joined - whose dupe are you?
 
 
 
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