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    Labour Party
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    Conservative Party
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    Liberal Democrats
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    Green Party
    3
    4.55%
    UKIP
    5
    7.58%
    Other
    3
    4.55%

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    It obviously won't happen but... hypothetically speaking... who would you vote for?

    There's a poll that you can vote on.
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    I am that apathetic lately that I don't think I'd vote for anyone. I would not want any of them running this country....well maybe Dennis Skinner.
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    Labour because the Tories represent neither my interests nor the society I want to be part of.
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    The Standing at the Back Dressed Stupidly and Looking Stupid Party
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    Would be voting to keep my current MP, he’s doing an excellent job.
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    My current MP hasn't been in the job long enough for me to make a fully informed opinion
    But probably Labour because as it has already been said. The Tories and UKIP don't represent my interests or the type of society I want to be a part of, and so far, I think the Tories have been making a complete mess of brexit. They're putting their party and staying in power over the welfare of the country
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    Anything to keep the Socialist out. And the only party big enough would be the Tories.
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    Got to vote to keep my current Labour MP - genuinely one of the best I've ever seen and I fully expect her to get a cabinet role in the next Labour government.
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    Could never vote for labour!
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    Would go for my usual default choice of UKIP.

    The Tories are nowhere near conservative enough, they should be more like the DUP.
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    I’m literally so done with voting.
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    Labour. Make way for Daddy Corbyn, Tory scum.
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    As I have said before; no one. No party represents my interests and even if they did the current paradigm does not allow for the sort of radical change I would vote for.


    Secondly, not one party actually bothers campaigning where I live, I might get one leaflet for the Conservatives bit that is it. I really don' see why I should put the effort in to go out and find out about potential MPs who apparently do not want my vote and have precisely no interest in anything I have to say.
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    Labour party.
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    Conservatives or UKIP depending on how the NO DEAL (still hopefull no deal will happen) is progressing
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    (Original post by CoffeeGeek)
    It obviously won't happen but... hypothetically speaking... who would you vote for?

    There's a poll that you can vote on.
    I remain steadfast in my support for the Tories albeit they are not radical enough.Ultimately i believe in the market and i find the thought of Corbyn's foreign policy to be horrific, god forbid seeing Dianne Abbot as Home Sec.
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    I have no ****ing clue
    I wouldn't be able to make up my mind until this brexit bill stuff has been settles
    for instance, why £45 billion? is that a good deal and how? until I find that out, I can't vote conservative
    and I'm certainly not voting ****ing labour/lib dem - I'd rather not vote at all if it's "conservatives or nothing"
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    I really don't know. I didn't vote in the last election, and may not if there were one tomorrow.

    The conservatives are to individualistic/ruthless
    Labour are too progressive/naive
    Lib dems are too weak and populist
    Ukip are to regressive and (to be blunt) stupid on anything bar brexit
    SNP are delusional nationalists
    Greens have morphed from an environmental party to an identity politics party

    And for the last 3 elections there has not been any smaller parties or indipendants running in my area.. so..

    Probably no one.
 
 
 
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