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    (Original post by Em395)
    I'm not big in politics, I watch the 'main' points and read the news.
    Question: Why do they hate her? I mean they voted her in didn't they, so she was popular to begin with.
    Don't be swayed by the large labour bias here. Make an informed decision for yourself.
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    (Original post by TheGirlFelonXxXx)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2017-40237833

    Hope that helps x
    It did thank you.
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    I don't find him creepy. What I dislike most is that he does seem to do nothing about the bullying that too many supporters of his engage in, and his whitewashing over some of those who have made anti-semitic comments.
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    (Original post by jsk800)
    Don't be swayed by the large labour bias here. Make an informed decision for yourself.
    In general I hate politics and nothing will change that because I just see two groups of people wanting to get their view across without caring who they're interrupting. If I going to be honest.
    I don't like some of Labour's policies but there are some of Conservative's I dislike too. So my conclusion is that both group's leaders need to accept the other's views instead of ranting the same spout.
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    (Original post by KingHarold)
    I don't find him creepy. What I dislike most is that he does seem to do nothing about the bullying that too many supporters of his engage in, and his whitewashing over some of those who have made anti-semitic comments.
    Agreed. No action toward anti-Semitism
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    (Original post by jsk800)
    Don't be swayed by the large labour bias here. Make an informed decision for yourself.
    well said
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    (Original post by KingHarold)
    I don't find him creepy. What I dislike most is that he does seem to do nothing about the bullying that too many supporters of his engage in, and his whitewashing over some of those who have made anti-semitic comments.
    I do agree, I think he's doing a poor job keeping his party in line, they're as split as the tories
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    (Original post by monkeyman0121)
    Neither...
    Is there someone else you prefer or do you not like the current batch?
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    (Original post by indy1999)
    Is there someone else you prefer or do you not like the current batch?
    I am just answering the question, I don't like any politicians.
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    (Original post by monkeyman0121)
    I am just answering the question, I don't like any politicians.
    Oh I see, fair enough
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    (Original post by Em395)
    I'm not big in politics, I watch the 'main' points and read the news.
    Question: Why do they hate her? I mean they voted her in didn't they, so she was popular to begin with.
    kinda, not really. after cameron resigned they got a pick of the 'best' ministers who got put forward- boris johnson being one of them- and after they were all being picked off, scandals and track records and the lot, it came down to the other woman in the last 2 (i forget her name) making a snarky remark about theresa being unfit to lead because she'd never raised kids. boom, everyone rightly goes nuts over it and the other lady drops out- we're left with dear mayonnaise tbh she didn't seem so bad to lead at first, she's had a pretty solid record and all that, but she's got so much to handle and so much opposition, plus she has barely any charm or personality- it probably would've happened with anyone they chose, but it's not looking good for the party atm. rip
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    (Original post by Em395)
    I have never liked Corbyn. Don't know why - I just do, he's manipulative and unlikable.

    Teresea May, she's alright as she's only filling in a position temporarily, and I believe she's doing the best she can in relation to the Brexit Ordeal. But, in general, I don't agree with some of the Conservative party's policies.
    Personally I don't understand the personal appeal of Corbyn. I've never found his personality to be all that likeable.

    Theresa May may be trying her best but it's not good enough. She's really proven herself to be a competent minister (whether you agree with her policies is a different issue) but a dreadful leader. Though really the blame has to fall on the people who let themselves get so carried away by her popularity in opinion polls that they chose to run their entire campaign around her and her personality, only to discover she doesn't really have a personality.
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    My dad hates him so I have to love him because #daddyissues.
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    (Original post by Saracen's Fez)
    Personally I don't understand the personal appeal of Corbyn. I've never found his personality to be all that likeable.

    Theresa May may be trying her best but it's not good enough. She's really proven herself to be a competent minister (whether you agree with her policies is a different issue) but a dreadful leader. Though really the blame has to fall on the people who let themselves get so carried away by her popularity in opinion polls that they chose to run their entire campaign around her and her personality, only to discover she doesn't really have a personality.
    You hit it bang on, she's so used to being a secondary she struggles with leadership. I think you perfectly summed it up
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    (Original post by cat_mac)
    My dad hates him so I have to love him because #daddyissues.
    so is Jeremy Corbyn daddy now?:hmmmm2:
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    (Original post by indy1999)
    so is Jeremy Corbyn daddy now?:hmmmm2:
    Nooo I mean I have to like him based on the fact that my Dad hates him. :rofl:
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    (Original post by cat_mac)
    Nooo I mean I have to like him based on the fact that my Dad hates him. :rofl:
    OH LOL omg sorry
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    (Original post by Phillip Banks)
    He looks like a dilapidated vacuum pack of meat.

    Rees Mogg and Farage are the real lookers 😍
    i'm dying. they're gucci aren't they
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    (Original post by indy1999)
    i'm dying. they're gucci aren't they
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