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Is UKIP the party you support the most, even if you would vote for another party in an election for tactical reasons?
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no, theyre full of sh*t
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Mr Nigel Farage is not a bad politician. I like him but not all policies of him and his party.
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I look at UKIP as the common sense party that everyone wants to support but can't because liberals consider it racist to support such a party. Of course are not perfect, but a UKIP government would be better than alternative atm
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No.
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No.


That said, they may be a necessary evil- I hope they continue to exist and run drain the swamp of loonies in the Tory party
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Yes, I support the UKIP that would consist of a genuine Brexit team such as Steven Wolfe, Nigel Farage, Diane James and Kassam. But now it seems that the party is being infiltrated by traitors.
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yes - they are the best political party compared to all the others in the UK
they're not perfect though, obviously, considering that I'm a libertarian and they're basically a conservative party
a better party would be a mix between the liberal democrats and UKIP in my opinion
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No, but I did vote for them in the Euro elections in since I wasn't able to trust the Tories on Europe.
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No.

Not bad policies but for the most part I consider them to be in the Tories way.

They attract a lot of fruitcakes.
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Absolutely not
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I only supported ukip for the brexit and boarders, because aside from those two points they are essentially a socialist party.
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(Original post by Naveed-7)
Yes, I support the UKIP that would consist of a genuine Brexit team such as Steven Wolfe, Nigel Farage, Diane James and Kassam. But now it seems that the party is being infiltrated by traitors.
(Original post by sleepysnooze)
yes - they are the best political party compared to all the others in the UK
they're not perfect though, obviously, considering that I'm a libertarian and they're basically a conservative party
a better party would be a mix between the liberal democrats and UKIP in my opinion
(Original post by meenu89)
No, but I did vote for them in the Euro elections in since I wasn't able to trust the Tories on Europe.
Guys, he means in the MHoC, not IRL. Go check out the MHoC parties.
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(Original post by josh75)
I only supported ukip for the brexit and boarders, because aside from those two points they are essentially a socialist party.
How are they essentially a socialist party?
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(Original post by josh75)
I only supported ukip for the brexit and boarders, because aside from those two points they are essentially a socialist party.
HA! That was a good joke.

That was a joke right?
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(Original post by DMcGovern)
Guys, he means in the MHoC, not IRL. Go check out the MHoC parties.
If I were talking about the MHoC, I would be posting in the MHoC, not in UK politics. Please don't speak on my behalf.
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(Original post by Unown Uzer)
If I were talking about the MHoC, I would be posting in the MHoC, not in UK politics. Please don't speak on my behalf.
My bad, QQ told me that you were setting this up to talk to UKIP voters for the MHoC GE. Why else would you so close to the GE? Surely you have more important things to do, like your manifesto?
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(Original post by DMcGovern)
My bad, QQ told me that you were setting this up to talk to UKIP voters for the MHoC GE. Why else would you so close to the GE? Surely you have more important things to do, like your manifesto?
Because of TSR UKIP's exceptional efficiency, TSR UKIP has finished its manifesto early last month and has already submitted it. Also, why would QQ be talking to you about this thread?
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