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Who do you plan to vote for in the next GE?

Who do you plan to vote for in the next GE?  

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  1. 1. Who do you plan to vote for in the next GE?

    • Labour
      11
    • Conservatives
      0
    • Lib Dem
      0
    • UKIP
      3
    • Other
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Labour, to keep the conservatives out

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Labour, to keep the conservatives out

 

Them shit tactics that been going on for decades

 

You will get Labour in and they will be just as bad as Conservatives

 

Do you remember the a scumbag called Blair

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Labour, to keep the conservatives out

 

Them sh*t tactics that been going on for decades

 

You will get Labour in and they will be just as bad as Conservatives

 

Do you remember the a scumbag called Blair

 

 

you're talking about foreign policy right?

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Labour, to keep the conservatives out

 

Them sh*t tactics that been going on for decades

 

You will get Labour in and they will be just as bad as Conservatives

 

Do you remember the a scumbag called Blair

 

 

you're talking about foreign policy right?

 

 

Nah, not only foreign policy

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Labour, to keep the conservatives out

 

Them sh*t tactics that been going on for decades

 

You will get Labour in and they will be just as bad as Conservatives

 

Do you remember the a scumbag called Blair

 

 

you're talking about foreign policy right?

 

 

Nah, not only foreign policy

 

 

pmsl at things were good domestically

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Yh u are. Don't backtrack. Things were good domestically when Blair was in power.

 

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Will be voting labour, fuck Dave and his Pais

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A new government typically spells premature discontinuation of half of the current manifesto. Frequent redirection of resources can be counterproductive on the whole. So I say unless it's seriously looking broke, lets not fix it.

 

Let's not forget the state the country was in when Labour let go of the wheel.

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Labour, to keep the conservatives out

 

Them shit tactics that been going on for decades

 

You will get Labour in and they will be just as bad as Conservatives

 

Do you remember the a scumbag called Blair

 

 

Do you remember Gordon Brown though? 

 

Labour supporters are always nostalgic about the early days of Tony Blair but this is the reality of today.

 

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A new government typically spells premature discontinuation of half of the current manifesto. Frequent redirection of resources can be counterproductive on the whole. So I say unless it's seriously looking broke, lets not fix it.

 

Let's not forget the state the country was in when Labour let go of the wheel.

 

 

This is a good point but we shouldn't forget how the country was before Labour took it over either.

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Labour, to keep the conservatives out

 

Them sh*t tactics that been going on for decades

 

You will get Labour in and they will be just as bad as Conservatives

 

Do you remember the a scumbag called Blair

 

 

Do you remember Gordon Brown though? 

 

Labour supporters are always nostalgic about the early days of Tony Blair but this is the reality of today.

 

ed%20miliband_v_Variation_1.jpg

 

 

You Labour supporters want this guy as the next pm yeah  :lol:

 

When will the people of this country ever learn

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Dont think anyone actually wants milliband as the next pm but if its a choice between him or the c*nt brigade of Cameron/Osbourne/Borris then its Labour all the way.

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Dont think anyone actually wants milliband as the next pm but if its a choice between him or the c*nt brigade of Cameron/Osbourne/Borris then its Labour all the way.

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lesser of 2 evils

 

tories tryna cut and privatise everything in sight... at least labour have to pretend they give a fuck about the people. plus only reason tories are even in power is due to a dodgy coalition that nobody wanted.

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Labour, to keep the conservatives out

 

Them sh*t tactics that been going on for decades

 

You will get Labour in and they will be just as bad as Conservatives

 

Do you remember the a scumbag called Blair

 

 

yeah but look at what happened when a few of us voted for Lib Dems, it just put the Conservatives in power

 

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David Miliband looked like a proper leader. I don't recall + can't find a proper comparison of their differing policies but I think his image would have done much better for Labour for the voters who don't care too much to read properly into politics.

Thing is didn't Ed win against David because the unions were backing him? But now they don't really like him?

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Labour, to keep the conservatives out

 

Them sh*t tactics that been going on for decades

 

You will get Labour in and they will be just as bad as Conservatives

 

Do you remember the a scumbag called Blair

 

 

Do you remember Gordon Brown though? 

 

Labour supporters are always nostalgic about the early days of Tony Blair but this is the reality of today.

 

ed%20miliband_v_Variation_1.jpg

 

 

yh bro a capable politician with strong links to the left and has shown a genuine concern for the working class

 

what cos the man is butters you wont vote for him? Dons like you don't deserve the right to vote.

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