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6.45%
Brexit Party (3)
4.84%
Green Party (2)
3.23%
Plaid Cymru (1)
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DUP (0)
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3.23%
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If you had to go to the polls tomorrow which party would you vote for and why?
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General election... Labour.

Don’t like either of them but the Tories have annoyed me so much in No. 10 that I’d rather become a socialist. Plus labour seems to cast shade over everything the Tories do, so I’d like to see how they can do any better, either to make me happy or humiliate themselves.

But local elections I would vote conservative as the Tory MP is actually really good while the Labour one is useless.

I hate politicians. Honestly
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Probably Lib Dem at the moment although that could change.
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The after party.
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General election... Labour.

Don’t like either of them but the Tories have annoyed me so much in No. 10 that I’d rather become a socialist. Plus labour seems to cast shade over everything the Tories do, so I’d like to see how they can do any better, either to make me happy or humiliate themselves.

But local elections I would vote conservative as the Tory MP is actually really good while the Labour one is useless.

I hate politicians. Honestly
Local elections are voting for councils, not the local MP.
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Probably Conservative by a whisker.

Politically I'm more towards Blairite Labour if anything and I've enjoyed watching Starmer take over the reigns, but won't vote for them again till I see credible policies and a control over the PC abusing left of the party..
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Labour
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The 'brexit party' still exist?
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The 'brexit party' still exist?
I’m not sure. I saw they hadn’t took down their Twitter so assumed they haven’t legally disbanded.
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I don't understand why so many people voted for the Conservatives in the last election. Has Brexit not been deemed as detrimental enough?
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I don't understand why so many people voted for the Conservatives in the last election. Has Brexit not been deemed as detrimental enough?
Lesser of two evils i imagine. Many people in the midlands and north taking exception to Labours preference for small numbers of 'marginalized minorities' over their own problems.
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Conservative.

Only party with a chance of a majority, would not want a hung parliament as we begin our economic recovery. Especially as the SNP would likely demand another independence referendum as a condition for supporting labour which would further damage the economy.
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Conservative.

Only party with a chance of a majority, would not want a hung parliament as we begin our economic recovery. Especially as the SNP would likely demand another independence referendum as a condition for supporting labour which would further damage the economy.
I mean the SNP do have a credible mandate
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The party that could guarantee (or at least, convince me the best) that the blanket coverage of Covid-19 wouldn't be replaced in a year or so by intolerable whinging and *****ing about a still-unresolved Brexit.

I can put up with most things, but not more of that.
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I would draw something stupid on the ballet because they are all ******ed.
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Wait waht when did re tarded become a swear word
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I would add another box saying "Alien Overlords" and tick that.
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Wait waht when did re tarded become a swear word
When people stopped using it to mean someone who was clinically 'slow' and apply it as a general slur one presumes
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Lesser of two evils i imagine. Many people in the midlands and north taking exception to Labours preference for small numbers of 'marginalized minorities' over their own problems.
How is it the lesser of two evils?
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How is it the lesser of two evils?
Because whilst the Tories may be bad Labour was worse...
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