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    JoeL1994, TSR Labour Party
    34
    45.95%
    Jsk800, TSR National Conservative Party
    7
    9.46%
    TCFactor, TSR Liberal Party
    23
    31.08%
    Scisaac, TSR Libertarian Party
    31
    41.89%
    Little Toy Gun, TSR Conservative & Unionist Party
    21
    28.38%
    Joep95, Independent candidate
    6
    8.11%

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    (Original post by JoeL1994)
    Please point me to the other questions asked that isn't yours on costing.
    Here's one for you:

    Is any candidate aware of how much their policies would cost to implement?
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    Note: results are pending review

    JoeL1994, TSR Labour Party, 34
    Scisaac, TSR Libertarian Party, 31
    TCFactor, TSR Liberal Party, 23
    Little Toy Gun, TSR Conservative & Unionist Party, 21
    Jsk800, TSR National Conservative Party, 7
    Joep95, Independent candidate, 6

    JoeL1994 and Scisaac have hearby been elected. Please apply to join the MP group. Note that I will not add you to the group until 12/03 in order to fall in line with the vote review.
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    (Original post by DayneD89)
    Note: results are pending review

    JoeL1994, TSR Labour Party, 34
    Scisaac, TSR Libertarian Party, 31
    TCFactor, TSR Liberal Party, 23
    Little Toy Gun, TSR Conservative & Unionist Party, 21
    Jsk800, TSR National Conservative Party, 7
    Joep95, Independent candidate, 6

    JoeL1994 and Scisaac have hearby been elected. Please apply to join the MP group. Note that I will not add you to the group until 12/03 in order to fall in line with the vote review.
    Does Scisaac need to leave the mp user group and reapply? 😜 also will they keep their same seat number they currently occupy for convenience sake?
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    I have a feeling that the Tories are returning to the bunker after their crushing defeat only losing to the dying party and indie that didn't even try to get elected.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    I have a feeling that the Tories are returning to the bunker after their crushing defeat only losing to the dying party and indie that didn't even try to get elected.
    :wavey:
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    Congrats to those who won! Shame we couldn't see Little Toy Gun elected, who I think would have been a great MP.
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    Anyway congrats to JoeL1994 and Scisaac, welcome back to the world of mps. Commiserations to the other candidates
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    Congrats to Scissac and JoeL.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    I have a feeling that the Tories are returning to the bunker after their crushing defeat only losing to the dying party and indie that didn't even try to get elected.
    I spent a whole 30 seconds on my campaign, I was committed, it took longer than some of my bills.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    I have a feeling that the Tories are returning to the bunker after their crushing defeat only losing to the dying party and indie that didn't even try to get elected.
    28% in an environment where we are supposed to be hated is actually fairly good.

    Well done the Libertarians however and Labour.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    28% in an environment where we are supposed to be hated is actually fairly good.

    Well done the Libertarians however and Labour.
    If you're anywhere near as dominant as you believe you are then 28% should be easy purely down to internal activity
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    (Original post by DayneD89)
    Note: results are pending review

    JoeL1994, TSR Labour Party, 34
    Scisaac, TSR Libertarian Party, 31
    TCFactor, TSR Liberal Party, 23
    Little Toy Gun, TSR Conservative & Unionist Party, 21
    Jsk800, TSR National Conservative Party, 7
    Joep95, Independent candidate, 6

    JoeL1994 and Scisaac have hearby been elected. Please apply to join the MP group. Note that I will not add you to the group until 12/03 in order to fall in line with the vote review.
    Can you please confirm which seat numbers they are going into?
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    In the next election you should really consider my party! British Progressive Party!
    - Abolish the Monarchy, and transform Britain into a Republic.
    - Sell the crown jewels, property and land owned by the Royal Family.
    - Reform the British electoral system to a PR system.
    - Reform the House of Lords to be a fully elected chamber.
    - Increase military spending and Britain's nuclear arsenal.
    - Education reforms, getting rid of SAT's and GCSE's.
    - Legalization of marijuana to over 16's.
    - Transform Britain's economy into a Social Market economy, banning cartels and monopoly's.
    - Open public owned companies to compete with private owned companies.
    - Arm police in major metropolitan areas to decrease crime rates.
    - Reduce immigration numbers and have a more regulated system.
    and much more

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    (Original post by Alexty28)
    In the next election you should really consider my party! British Progressive Party!
    - Abolish the Monarchy, and transform Britain into a Republic.
    - Sell the crown jewels, property and land owned by the Royal Family.
    - Reform the British electoral system to a PR system.
    - Reform the House of Lords to be a fully elected chamber.
    - Increase military spending and Britain's nuclear arsenal.
    - Education reforms, getting rid of SAT's and GCSE's.
    - Legalization of marijuana to over 16's.
    - Transform Britain's economy into a Social Market economy, banning cartels and monopoly's.
    - Open public owned companies to compete with private owned companies.
    - Arm police in major metropolitan areas to decrease crime rates.
    - Reduce immigration numbers and have a more regulated system.
    and much more

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    What a revolting manifesto
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    (Original post by Alexty28)
    In the next election you should really consider my party! British Progressive Party!
    - Abolish the Monarchy, and transform Britain into a Republic.
    - Sell the crown jewels, property and land owned by the Royal Family.
    - Reform the British electoral system to a PR system.
    - Reform the House of Lords to be a fully elected chamber.
    - Increase military spending and Britain's nuclear arsenal.
    - Education reforms, getting rid of SAT's and GCSE's.
    - Legalization of marijuana to over 16's.
    - Transform Britain's economy into a Social Market economy, banning cartels and monopoly's.
    - Open public owned companies to compete with private owned companies.
    - Arm police in major metropolitan areas to decrease crime rates.
    - Reduce immigration numbers and have a more regulated system.
    and much more

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    Hello welcome to the Mhoc.

    Your views sounds very similar to the libertarian party. I'll tag in the leader CatusStarbright you might want to consider joining them.
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    (Original post by Alexty28)
    In the next election you should really consider my party! British Progressive Party!
    - Abolish the Monarchy, and transform Britain into a Republic.
    - Sell the crown jewels, property and land owned by the Royal Family.
    - Reform the British electoral system to a PR system.
    - Reform the House of Lords to be a fully elected chamber.
    - Increase military spending and Britain's nuclear arsenal.
    - Education reforms, getting rid of SAT's and GCSE's.
    - Legalization of marijuana to over 16's.
    - Transform Britain's economy into a Social Market economy, banning cartels and monopoly's.
    - Open public owned companies to compete with private owned companies.
    - Arm police in major metropolitan areas to decrease crime rates.
    - Reduce immigration numbers and have a more regulated system.
    and much more

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    You do seem to share some sentiments with the TSR Libertarians... though We wouldn’t agree with all policies there
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    (Original post by mr T 999)
    Hello welcome to the Mhoc.

    Your views sounds very similar to the libertarian party. I'll tag in the leader CatusStarbright you might want to consider joining them.
    The libers don’t support:
    Abolishing the monarchy
    Selling the crown jewels, property and land owned by the Royal Family.
    Transform Britain's economy into a Social Market economy, banning cartels and monopoly's.
    Opening public owned companies to compete with private owned companies.
    Arming police in major metropolitan areas to decrease crime rates.

    So how exactly do they sound similar?
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    (Original post by Alexty28)
    In the next election you should really consider my party! British Progressive Party!
    - Abolish the Monarchy, and transform Britain into a Republic.
    - Sell the crown jewels, property and land owned by the Royal Family.
    - Reform the British electoral system to a PR system.
    - Reform the House of Lords to be a fully elected chamber.
    - Increase military spending and Britain's nuclear arsenal.
    - Education reforms, getting rid of SAT's and GCSE's.
    - Legalization of marijuana to over 16's.
    - Transform Britain's economy into a Social Market economy, banning cartels and monopoly's.
    - Open public owned companies to compete with private owned companies.
    - Arm police in major metropolitan areas to decrease crime rates.
    - Reduce immigration numbers and have a more regulated system.
    and much more
    - There are many constitutional benefits of having a monarch - there is very little case for the UK to change now.
    - The Crown Estate is not owned by the Royal Family... It is owned by the Monarch 'in right of the Crown'. Get it right.
    - Let's not.
    - As with the monarchy, there are many benefits of having an unelected second chamber.
    - Get yourself an education first...
    - Legalisation. My thoughts on drugs are clear.
    - Cartels are already banned... Check the Competition Act 1998.
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    (Original post by Joep95)
    The libers don’t support:
    Abolishing the monarchy
    Selling the crown jewels, property and land owned by the Royal Family.
    Transform Britain's economy into a Social Market economy, banning cartels and monopoly's.
    Opening public owned companies to compete with private owned companies.
    Arming police in major metropolitan areas to decrease crime rates.

    So how exactly do they sound similar?
    I thought the libers were republicans are they not anymore? Libers support privatisation and competition do they not?
 
 
 
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