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Name: OpenDoor
Preferred party(s) {if any, we can help you choose!}: Liberal
Social stance: Very liberal, feminist, pro LGBT and gay marriage, minorities etc etc, anti state intervention aka Snoopers Charter.
Economic stance: Social liberalism, lean social democracy. Regulations are needed in a working capitalist society so everyone can get on.
Hi there,

I'm Petros, the leader of the Liberal Party and I'd absolutely love to have you with us. I think it's fair I make you aware that we are an economic broadchurch, but the party remains centrist economically.

We're also a mix on Europe, but I'm massively pro-EU

You can apply to join us by going into Edit Usergroups. If you can't find it, I'll make sure to send you a link or get someone else too When you hover over your avatar in the task bar of the website you can go down to groups in the drop down menu and then user groups and join us


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Name: AperfectBalance
Preferred party(s) {if any, we can help you choose!}: Conservative
Social stance: Right wing but support a welfare state like Britain if it was more controlled.
Economic stance: Right wing
Anything else: Anti EU, Supports the commonwealth/Anglosphere. In terms of progressiveness I support LGB and that is it.
My political idols are Thatcher and rees-mogg and Farage, although I was only a fan of UKIP due to my disike of Cameron and my anti EU views. but I am happy with the way the conservative party is being run now.
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Name: AperfectBalance
Preferred party(s) {if any, we can help you choose!}: Conservative
Social stance: Right wing but support a welfare state like Britain if it was more controlled.
Economic stance: Right wing
Anything else: Anti EU, Supports the commonwealth/Anglosphere. In terms of progressiveness I support LGB and that is it.
My political idols are Thatcher and rees-mogg and Farage, although I was only a fan of UKIP due to my disike of Cameron and my anti EU views. but I am happy with the way the conservative party is being run now.
mobbsy91 is leader of the conservatives.

Unown Uzer is UKIP leader.

These two parties are the two that suit your views the most - as you are a social conservative I'd recommend UKIP more as the conservatives are quite pragmatic on here and have a lot of pro EU people.
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Name: AperfectBalance
Preferred party(s) {if any, we can help you choose!}: Conservative
Social stance: Right wing but support a welfare state like Britain if it was more controlled.
Economic stance: Right wing
Anything else: Anti EU, Supports the commonwealth/Anglosphere. In terms of progressiveness I support LGB and that is it.
My political idols are Thatcher and rees-mogg and Farage, although I was only a fan of UKIP due to my disike of Cameron and my anti EU views. but I am happy with the way the conservative party is being run now.
Hi!
I assume you've just been added to UKIP? If you'd like to join the Conservatives, you would need to leave them first! Let me know if you'd be interested in that, or want to know anything else about our Party
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Hi!
I assume you've just been added to UKIP? If you'd like to join the Conservatives, you would need to leave them first! Let me know if you'd be interested in that, or want to know anything else about our Party
They were in UKIP recently so I think they're defecting to you


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They were in UKIP recently so I think they're defecting to you


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Don't do too much of that, you might hurt yourself.
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Well those are very important issues and I'm surprised I didn't pick it up.

Just I was expecting on this site the normal MRA argument 'feminism shouldn't exist in the first world 21st century..."

This is a one time thing, but once I got persuaded and saw the facts I became very passionate.
Probably best to sway away from presumptions then!

I was personally in favour of leaving the Union but as Petros has said the party has a mix of opinions on the matter so you won't be secluded.
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Preferred party: Not sure
Social stance: Varies by policy, but overall pretty centrist
Economic stance: Right wing, small government, low taxes
I'm pro EU though, was for an EU federal state before Brexit. Don't think any parties currently in the UK represent me, the closest thing would be Emmanuel Macron and En Marche.

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Name: rustyldner
Preferred party: Not sure
Social stance: Varies by policy, but overall pretty centrist
Economic stance: Right wing, small government, low taxes
I'm pro EU though, was for an EU federal state before Brexit. Don't think any parties currently in the UK represent me, the closest thing would be Emmanuel Macron and En Marche.

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Would you like to join the conservatives in the model house of commons?
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/pro...editusergroups
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Name: rustyldner
Preferred party: Not sure
Social stance: Varies by policy, but overall pretty centrist
Economic stance: Right wing, small government, low taxes
I'm pro EU though, was for an EU federal state before Brexit. Don't think any parties currently in the UK represent me, the closest thing would be Emmanuel Macron and En Marche.

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Hiya rusty, I'm the Chairman of the Liberal Party. When I first did the political compass I was more or less where you were (although I've become more centrist and verged to the left a little). I'd say the Liberal Party is where you'd want to be. If you are interested in joining then apply to the usergroup here.
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Name: rustyldner
Preferred party: Not sure
Social stance: Varies by policy, but overall pretty centrist
Economic stance: Right wing, small government, low taxes
I'm pro EU though, was for an EU federal state before Brexit. Don't think any parties currently in the UK represent me, the closest thing would be Emmanuel Macron and En Marche.

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Hi there, I represent the newly (re)formed TSR Libertarian Party, I think we represent your views quite well, as you are economically and socially liberal by your own description, we are mixed on Brexit (personally I was a remainer but we do take leave people as well, there's no MHoC party that's purely remain tbh.)

Since we are recently formed and a smaller party, you'd get a bigger say in our party compared to everywhere else, we also have a very democratic constitution in our party, as all members vote on what is party legislation, as opposed to it all being decided by a dictatorial leadership team.

I'll tag in our leader, Gladstone1885, so he can discuss this further with you.

I won't lie to you and say that you would also fit in with the liberals, led by PetrosAC, however they are more of an economic broadchurch and if you are an economic, small state liberal as you say, I'd think we're more suitable, in my opinion.

The choice is yours though, and I hope you end up joining the MHoC and having a good time!
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Name: rustyldner
Preferred party: Not sure
Social stance: Varies by policy, but overall pretty centrist
Economic stance: Right wing, small government, low taxes
I'm pro EU though, was for an EU federal state before Brexit. Don't think any parties currently in the UK represent me, the closest thing would be Emmanuel Macron and En Marche.

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:woo: a European federalist!!!
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:woo: a European federalist!!!
Thankfully they're not a commie one like you, so it's alright.
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Name: AperfectBalance
Preferred party(s) {if any, we can help you choose!}: Conservative
Social stance: Right wing but support a welfare state like Britain if it was more controlled.
Economic stance: Right wing
Anything else: Anti EU, Supports the commonwealth/Anglosphere. In terms of progressiveness I support LGB and that is it.
My political idols are Thatcher and rees-mogg and Farage, although I was only a fan of UKIP due to my disike of Cameron and my anti EU views. but I am happy with the way the conservative party is being run now.
If I recall it was I who introduced the Anglosphere Trade Enhancement motion this term.

Hello, I'm Andrew, leader of the TSR Libertarians. We'd be delighted to take you on board. Our party is fiscally right-wing, socially center to center left, and our position on the EU is that we respect the will of the people.

We also have just introduced legislation to simplify and reduce the welfare state.
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Thankfully they're not a commie one like you, so it's alright.
My views aren't that extreme.
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My views aren't that extreme.
No, you'd just abolish the entire economic system, introduce massive wealth redistribution and rob the rich of the fruits of their labour, then to top it off you'd make it so all babies are given to the state after birth for indoctrination into the official discourse; "Be nice, or else."

Not extreme at all...
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No, you'd just abolish the entire economic system, introduce massive wealth redistribution and rob the rich of the fruits of their labour, then to top it off you'd make it so all babies are given to the state after birth for indoctrination into the official discourse; "Be nice, or else."

Not extreme at all...
:lolwut: where have you got that from?
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:lolwut: where have you got that from?
I haven't the time nor patience to trawl through old threads finding quotes, but believe me you've said it.
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Social stance: Right wing
Economic stance: Leaning Left wing
Anything else: I uually agree with conservative party however i don't know if I agree with a few of thier economic standpoint but that's not to say i don't agree with it fully
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I haven't the time nor patience to trawl through old threads finding quotes, but believe me you've said it.
No I haven't.
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