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If you are a Conservative voter, or thinking of voting for the Tories, there is no need to bother - they are on the way to a thumping majority.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ns-Tories.html

Stay home, make a nice cup of tea, it will be chilly on election day probably (or raining), watch the telly and ignore the voting.
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or you could VOTE LABOUR instead
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or you could VOTE LABOUR instead
Comic sans. Just radiates plausible statesmanlike governmental ability.
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Comic sans. Just radiates plausible statesmanlike governmental ability.
Would you have preferred Impact?
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Would you have preferred Impact?
I like it! :five:
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Anti-Tory voters: encourage any Tories you know by putting something sleep-inducing in their coffee on election day morning.
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I like it! :five:
has been fixed :yep:

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Anti-Tory voters: encourage any Tories you know by putting something sleep-inducing in their coffee on election day morning.
PRSOM :rofl:
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If you are a Conservative voter, or thinking of voting for the Tories, there is no need to bother - they are on the way to a thumping majority.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ns-Tories.html

Stay home, make a nice cup of tea, it will be chilly on election day probably (or raining), watch the telly and ignore the voting.
I agree.
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I agree.
One can also use bailing twine to strap Tory candidates to lamp posts, etc.
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One can also use bailing twine to strap Tory candidates to lamp posts, etc.
Lol. Off to the shops
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The day after a Boris Johnson visit to an NHS hospital.
https://twitter.com/HinduMonkey/stat...605508/photo/2
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One can also use bailing twine to strap Tory candidates to lamp posts, etc.
Psst... you're encouraging people to vote Tory with this thread.
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Psst... you're encouraging people to vote Tory with this thread.
There's really no need. Boris is bound to win. All Tory voters can stay home and put their feet up, no point in straining themselves.
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Royal Mail workers: you know what to do with Tory postal votes.
What you are encouraging here is an exceptionally serious criminal offence.
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What you are encouraging here is an exceptionally serious criminal offence.
A joke too far, possibly.
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If you ARE A CONSERVATIVE VOTER, GO OUT AND VOTE!! I'm a Conservative supporter and a Politics student. The race is incredibly close and could extremely easily come down to a hung parliament AGAIN. Please go and vote Conservative! Don't stay at home! Don't allow Corbyn in! Come on lads.
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If you ARE A CONSERVATIVE VOTER, GO OUT AND VOTE!! I'm a Conservative supporter and a Politics student. The race is incredibly close and could extremely easily come down to a hung parliament AGAIN. Please go and vote Conservative! Don't stay at home! Don't allow Corbyn in! Come on lads.
Be careful, it is not a Premier League football match- it is apparently, or so I have read, the female vote that, in particular, does not trust Boris; come on ladies might turn out to be more important re the outcome.
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If you ARE A CONSERVATIVE VOTER, GO OUT AND VOTE!! I'm a Conservative supporter and a Politics student. The race is incredibly close and could extremely easily come down to a hung parliament AGAIN. Please go and vote Conservative! Don't stay at home! Don't allow Corbyn in! Come on lads.
Ehh nah it was barely hung last time and the polls were looking much closer than they are now
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If you are a Conservative voter, or thinking of voting for the Tories, there is no need to bother - they are on the way to a thumping majority.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ns-Tories.html

Stay home, make a nice cup of tea, it will be chilly on election day probably (or raining), watch the telly and ignore the voting.
I'll be undertaking my civic duty and voting for the tories. I encourage everyone else too - this is a close election. A bigger majority is always better. More votes, even in safe labour seats, means that the conservatives get more money to campaign instead of labour from the Electoral Commission.

Go. Vote. Tory.
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I'll be undertaking my civic duty and voting for the tories. I encourage everyone else too - this is a close election. A bigger majority is always better. More votes, even in safe labour seats, means that the conservatives get more money to campaign instead of labour from the Electoral Commission.

Go. Vote. Tory.
Exactly. The more votes a government gets is a lot better as well. More votes = bigger mandate = more delivering policies that WE want!
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