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Poll: 4 May - local election who will you vote for?
Labour (12)
29.27%
Tories (15)
36.59%
Liberal Democrats (8)
19.51%
Democratic Unionist Party (0)
0%
Green Party (1)
2.44%
Plaid Cymru (1)
2.44%
SNP (2)
4.88%
Sinn Féin (1)
2.44%
UK Independence Party (0)
0%
Ulster Unionist Party (0)
0%
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2.44%
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Why you be voting them?

Me: Labour because conservatives don't seem to be doing a good job right now with brexit... and it will eventually backfire, look at the housing market.
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Why you be voting them?

Me: Labour because conservatives don't seem to be doing a good job right now with brexit... and it will eventually backfire, look at the housing market.
How are Labour better when it comes to the housing market?
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SNP, to get Labour out of the council of control and to align the council with the government and MPs.
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If I were eligible to vote, it'd be Labour. I live in an area which currently has a Conservative MP who stood for UKIP 6 times, a rising UKIP opposition and a struggling Labour party. There's really no alternative.
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Why? In Scotland it is pretty much SNP, Labour or Tories. I agree with a lot of SNP's views and policies but I don't think a second referendum would be successful. I fully backed IndyRef but I don't know if I would vote for it again. I did vote to remain in EU and I understand why they are wanting a second referendum.
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Possibly Green. I know some of their stuff is bat :innocent::innocent::innocent::innocent: crazy, but I feel like on a small scale they may genuinely have people's best interests at heart.
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Why you be voting them?

Me: Labour because conservatives don't seem to be doing a good job right now with brexit... and it will eventually backfire, look at the housing market.
Labour have no valid policy?

Tories will gain which is unsual for a governing party to do so, as opposition is non existent. Corbyn is ruining Labour he's a selfish, narcissistic cretin. If he cared he'd resign but no.

I'll vote Conservatives with Brexit, they are going to deliver, not the incompetent Labour.

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How are Labour better when it comes to the housing market?
http://www.jeremyforlabour.com/homes

Go and compare it to tories, I know this is general election but look up what they doing in sheffield

https://www.theguardian.com/money/20...ield?CMP=fb_gu

Sheffield council is
Labour Party (56), Liberal Democrats (20), UK Independence Party (4), Green Party of England and Wales (4)
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SNP

Why? In Scotland it is pretty much SNP, Labour or Tories. I agree with a lot of SNP's views and policies but I don't think a second referendum would be successful. I fully backed IndyRef but I don't know if I would vote for it again. I did vote to remain in Europe and I understand why they are wanting a second referendum.
Your still in Europe.
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Lol I meant EU
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Your still in Europe.
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(Original post by SMEGGGY)
Labour have no valid policy?

Tories will gain which is unsual for a governing party to do so, as opposition is non existent. Corbyn is ruining Labour he's a selfish, narcissistic cretin. If he cared he'd resign but no.

I'll vote Conservatives with Brexit, they are going to deliver, not the incompetent Labour.

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We'll see,
https://yougov.co.uk/news/2017/04/11...-will-it-last/

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Tons of I don't know and 46% say because of Corbyn weakness, Corbyn don't get into power by local elections.
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Lol I meant EU
I wish we did as well, I'm from England and think Scotland should just leave, it has a massive defict, nearly into recession, UK keeps bailing them out but oh no they still want more and demand x,y,z all they want is for themselves not as a United Kingdom.

PS. That money comes from England, £20bn or more I think.
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Why you be voting them?

Me: Labour because conservatives don't seem to be doing a good job right now with brexit... and it will eventually backfire, look at the housing market.
I work at a local authority under labour rule- as much as i dislike Corbyn and his cabinet as they are Social Justice Warriors i will vote Labour. In 2020 election if the tories have not reduced immigration i will be going for UKIP or BNP
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(Original post by Mahatma Coat)
I work at a local authority under labour rule- as much as i dislike Corbyn and his cabinet as they are Social Justice Warriors i will vote Labour. In 2020 election if the tories have not reduced immigration i will be going for UKIP or BNP
Whats wrong with immigration? Do you know why there are high level of immigration in this country? Want to reduce it? Raise birth rates.
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Whats wrong with immigration? Do you know why there are high level of immigration in this country? Want to reduce it? Raise birth rates.
We have had too much of it for too long we have had mass immigration since the 1960's
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Ooooo, when did the Tories reform?
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We have had too much of it for too long we have had mass immigration since the 1960's
Raise the birth rate then, we can't grow without new jobs.
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Ooooo, when did the Tories reform?
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Raise the birth rate then, we can't grow without new jobs.
yes raise the birth rate and lower immigration i agree.
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The Tory Party was dissolved in 1834, the Conservative and Unionist party is what is on the ballot paper.
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