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    Tbh, I'm surprised that I wasn't classified as an extremist :P
    UKIP are moderates
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    My report on this data can be found here

    I hope it makes interesting reading to you all.
    Is there a reason I wasn't included? Would probably smooth out the UKIP data a bit?
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    Is there a reason I wasn't included? Would probably smooth out the UKIP data a bit?
    Did you post? If so I just missed it


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    Interesting stuff. With the Greens struggling and the Socialists being more distinct it's interesting to see how Labour has developed some breathing room in recent terms. Equally its interesting to see that the right has become more crowded as the Tories have gone from almost strangling the Libertarians and Kippers to death, to simply being very dominant.
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    I think it shows how rubbish PC is.

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    Are you sure it isn't Russia hacking the results?

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    Interesting stuff. With the Greens struggling and the Socialists being more distinct it's interesting to see how Labour has developed some breathing room in recent terms. Equally its interesting to see that the right has become more crowded as the Tories have gone from almost strangling the Libertarians and Kippers to death, to simply being very dominant.
    So they're dominant by being all over the place, and in your own words economically unified by being spread from centre left to hard right with a general policy position to the left of that mean?

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    Interesting stuff. With the Greens struggling and the Socialists being more distinct it's interesting to see how Labour has developed some breathing room in recent terms. Equally its interesting to see that the right has become more crowded as the Tories have gone from almost strangling the Libertarians and Kippers to death, to simply being very dominant.
    Except the fake tories aren't even on the right, it seems now that the Liberals are more economically right than you lot.

    You're even appointing SJW snowflakes as MPs now who report posts for being called a "leftie."!
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    So they're dominant by being all over the place, and in your own words economically unified by being spread from centre left to hard right with a general policy position to the left of that mean?

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    If i thought that i could cull planning law, abolish VAT and business rates and privatise waste collection and the BBC properly and abolish all tariffs on agricultural imports i would.

    I'm aware that you found compramise to be too difficult and hence chose splendid isolation but realism demands that i do what i can to achieve political goals in a way that will actually pass the House. Increased wages and a tonne of money saved (per the two bills) are no bad thing.
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    If i thought that i could cull planning law, abolish VAT and business rates and privatise waste collection and the BBC properly and abolish all tariffs on agricultural imports i would.

    I'm aware that you found compramise to be too difficult and hence chose splendid isolation but realism demands that i do what i can to achieve political goals in a way that will actually pass the House. Increased wages and a tonne of money saved (per the two bills) are no bad thing.
    Throwing money at problems as if it will solve them and seriously harming employment in the name of higher wages for those with jobs is hardly the responsible course of actions. Compromise is not the issue, as you are well aware, completely surrendering beliefs for the sake of passage is however.

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    Are you sure it isn't Russia hacking the results?
    Прекращать обвиняющий Россия! Russia wouldn't bother with hacking PC :lol:

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    Stop blaming Russia!
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    Прекращать обвиняющий Россия! Russia wouldn't bother with hacking PC :lol:

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    Stop blaming Russia!

    Horrible grammar.
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    Horrible grammar.
    I speak Russian better than I write, how was it wrong for future reference

    Edit: Россия should've been Россию, right? Not sure what else could've been wrong.
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    Прекращать обвиняющий Россия! Russia wouldn't bother with hacking PC :lol:

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    Stop blaming Russia!

    Well, they hacked the Best Picture envelope soo....

    And if the avatar doesn't give it away I was taking the piss out of "everything that doesn't go as I want is Russia's fault" lot
 
 
 
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