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Who will you vote for, and why?

 

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Political heavyweights already weighing in with expert insight:

 

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I'm voting for Carole from Leeds. Her rendition of Angels by Robbie Williams was so moving, I hope she goes all the way t'finals.

 


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View coulsdoneagle's Profile coulsdoneagle Flag 18 Apr 17 2.07pm Send a Private Message to coulsdoneagle Add coulsdoneagle as a friend

David Lammy, my mp and former Boss. Obviously it's tough being labour with Corbyn but the sooner the general election happens the sooner that clown will have to step down and we can start to build. No matter who you support having a government with no credible opposition is bad news.

 

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View Hrolf The Ganger's Profile Hrolf The Ganger Flag 18 Apr 17 2.15pm Send a Private Message to Hrolf The Ganger Add Hrolf The Ganger as a friend

Originally posted by coulsdoneagle

David Lammy, my mp and former Boss. Obviously it's tough being labour with Corbyn but the sooner the general election happens the sooner that clown will have to step down and we can start to build. No matter who you support having a government with no credible opposition is bad news.

There seems to be flaw in your logic.

 

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Originally posted by coulsdoneagle

David Lammy, my mp and former Boss. Obviously it's tough being labour with Corbyn but the sooner the general election happens the sooner that clown will have to step down and we can start to build. No matter who you support having a government with no credible opposition is bad news.

Well said. Especially with Brexit going on - something that will shape the country for decades to come. Huge need for whoever is in government to have effective checks and balances in place.

Tories are 1-5 with the bookies to claim a majority and May wouldn't have called an early election if she wasn't extremely confident of winning comfortably.

 

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For the first time since I turned 18 I will not be voting.

I cannot vote for a party that involves Teresa May after watching her rip the heart out of British Policing and tearing it limb from limb over the last 7 years.

I also can't vote for Labour. The thought of Corbyn, Dianne Abbot and Shami Chakarabati and the like in positions of real power gives me extreme laughs and cold sweats in one!!

And no one else is worth voting for really so I'm out.

 


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Originally posted by Part Time James

I'm voting for Carole from Leeds. Her rendition of Angels by Robbie Williams was so moving, I hope she goes all the way t'finals.

She's from Leeds, of course she goes all the way. Probably does an@l on a first date too.

 


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Originally posted by davenotamonkey

Who will you vote for, and why?

Waiting to see the manifestos. I certainly won't be voting for our local setting MP, as he's a c**t who never responds to constituents unless they're Conservative MPs.

 


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Originally posted by kennybrowns leftfoot

For the first time since I turned 18 I will not be voting.

I cannot vote for a party that involves Teresa May after watching her rip the heart out of British Policing and tearing it limb from limb over the last 7 years.

I also can't vote for Labour. The thought of Corbyn, Dianne Abbot and Shami Chakarabati and the like in positions of real power gives me extreme laughs and cold sweats in one!!

And no one else is worth voting for really so I'm out.

It's not beyond the realms of possibility that the Lib Dems might do reasonably well. If you were pro-Remain they would be worth voting for. If you're pro-Leave then you could vote UKIP (I'd suggest they have no further place and are an abhorrent bunch of w*nkers) but both of those parties will attract sizeable shares of the vote and adding your weight would add to a message. The new Greens leader is from Streatham so is reasonably local and seems to be quite a genuine chap and depending on your constituency the Greens could cause an upset.

 

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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag Wisbech, England 18 Apr 17 2.48pm Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Add Stirlingsays as a friend

So this charade of the far left taking over the Labour party is soon to end.

If nothing else, the rabid support for this exercise in cloud cuckoo land', has shown just how little the activists on the far left actually care about the British working class.

All they have done is ensure more years of Tory rule.

I have mixed feelings....I'm a Ukipper and would actually like them to become a 'working class' party with certain right wing values....which I know is the direction Nuttall is going in.

But give me the Tories every time over the CND idealogs who want to give up our nuclear option, beg that America protects us or throw themselves to the whims of Russia and China.

 

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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag Wisbech, England 18 Apr 17 2.50pm Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Originally posted by CambridgeEagle

It's not beyond the realms of possibility that the Lib Dems might do reasonably well. If you were pro-Remain they would be worth voting for. If you're pro-Leave then you could vote UKIP (I'd suggest they have no further place and are an abhorrent bunch of w*nkers) but both of those parties will attract sizeable shares of the vote and adding your weight would add to a message. The new Greens leader is from Streatham so is reasonably local and seems to be quite a genuine chap and depending on your constituency the Greens could cause an upset.

Yeah, maybe any party you support are an abhorrent bunch of w*nkers.


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