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How Will You Vote
Conservative 29%  29%  [ 63 ]
Labour 17%  17%  [ 36 ]
Liberal 28%  28%  [ 60 ]
Green 4%  4%  [ 9 ]
Brexit Party 5%  5%  [ 10 ]
SNP 4%  4%  [ 8 ]
Plaid 3%  3%  [ 7 ]
DUP 3%  3%  [ 6 ]
UUP 1%  1%  [ 3 ]
Sinn Fein 7%  7%  [ 16 ]
Total votes : 218
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Surely students and postal voters should be allowed to vote at least twice?


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Surely students and postal voters should be allowed to vote at least twice?

Don’t worry, Rodders, they’ll be bringing back property owning requirements soon.


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No UKIP option Sefton. That restricts some on here


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Add in UUP there Seft

I reckon the DUP will lose seats to UUP.

UUP are remain and could take the farmer vote in Northern Ireland


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Sinn Fein useless fucks will get the nationalist vote but wont take their seats


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Add in UUP there Seft

I reckon the DUP will lose seats to UUP.

UUP are remain and could take the farmer vote in Northern Ireland

Yep UUP should take the farmers vote. Except for Willies of course :thumbup:


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I doubt I'll even vote. I felt Labour's 2017 manifesto was flawed but had much of what the country needs. Investment and an eye to the future. I don't trust that shit show to be able to actually do it and add in the corrupt leadership, bent racism and protection of racists, the hounding out of anyone with either a different view, a perceived different view on Jews or are less then happy with Corbyn being the 2nd coming. I don't see them changing soon, Corbyn or no Corbyn as leader.

I'm mildly happy that Boris is ending austerity and wants to spend, but the Tories seem to offer so little and I'm a believer no party should stay in power for to long.

The Lib Dems have always been untrustworthy opportunists and their complete rejection of the vote despite their leader saying they should have a Brexit referendum, until her husband was paid millions for pro EU propaganda, is just more of the same. What's more any and all positions on Brexit are toxic now. Leave? TOXIC. Remain? TOXIC? 2nd vote? Toxic? I wnat it resolved soon so hopefully it will all die down. But tragically that c#nt Farage will present it all as a betrayal anyway as that's what he lives off.

On the Brexit issue, I just don't know what to do or where to go. I don't think Boris will quite invest in education, training and business needed to make the country able to deal with and prosper with life post Brexit. Even though he indicated he will invest something. Some of Labour stuff is great but a fair bit of it is 1970's bollocks, like I really don't care to see money spent on nationalising stuff for the sake of it now. I'm so uninspired in politics right now, there isn't even a pragmatic lesser of the evils vote to be made.


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HighKingLeinster wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Add in UUP there Seft

I reckon the DUP will lose seats to UUP.

UUP are remain and could take the farmer vote in Northern Ireland

Yep UUP should take the farmers vote. Except for Willies of course :thumbup:

The absence of a DUP/UUP election pact will probably mean SF holding FST, SF gain in NB, and ALL gain in EB. SB could be interesting as well.

Will Lady Hermon run again in ND ?

If she doesn't , is it another alliance gain ?

DUP will hold all their Antrim/Down/Nth Armagh rural seats despite everything.


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iarmhiman wrote:
Add in UUP there Seft

I reckon the DUP will lose seats to UUP.

UUP are remain and could take the farmer vote in Northern Ireland

Done but everyone’s vote was cancelled. You know how us marxists work.


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Sefton wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Add in UUP there Seft

I reckon the DUP will lose seats to UUP.

UUP are remain and could take the farmer vote in Northern Ireland

Done but everyone’s vote was cancelled. You know how us marxists work.

"we marxists", Seft. Like all marxists you are an educated "petit bourgeois", and not a member of the proletariat, and are consequently educated well enough to know your grammar.

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I doubt I'll even vote. I felt Labour's 2017 manifesto was flawed but had much of what the country needs. Investment and an eye to the future. I don't trust that shit show to be able to actually do it and add in the corrupt leadership, bent racism and protection of racists, the hounding out of anyone with either a different view, a perceived different view on Jews or are less then happy with Corbyn being the 2nd coming. I don't see them changing soon, Corbyn or no Corbyn as leader.

I'm mildly happy that Boris is ending austerity and wants to spend, but the Tories seem to offer so little and I'm a believer no party should stay in power for to long.

The Lib Dems have always been untrustworthy opportunists and their complete rejection of the vote despite their leader saying they should have a Brexit referendum, until her husband was paid millions for pro EU propaganda, is just more of the same. What's more any and all positions on Brexit are toxic now. Leave? TOXIC. Remain? TOXIC? 2nd vote? Toxic? I wnat it resolved soon so hopefully it will all die down. But tragically that c#nt Farage will present it all as a betrayal anyway as that's what he lives off.

On the Brexit issue, I just don't know what to do or where to go. I don't think Boris will quite invest in education, training and business needed to make the country able to deal with and prosper with life post Brexit. Even though he indicated he will invest something. Some of Labour stuff is great but a fair bit of it is 1970's bollocks, like I really don't care to see money spent on nationalising stuff for the sake of it now. I'm so uninspired in politics right now, there isn't even a pragmatic lesser of the evils vote to be made.


Not sure we can all decide to park it in the “too hard “ tray.


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camroc1 wrote:
Sefton wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Add in UUP there Seft

I reckon the DUP will lose seats to UUP.

UUP are remain and could take the farmer vote in Northern Ireland

Done but everyone’s vote was cancelled. You know how us marxists work.

"we marxists", Seft. Like all marxists you are an educated "petit bourgeois", and not a member of the proletariat, and are consequently educated well enough to know your grammar.

:P

Evil Marxist scum


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3 way election in our constituency, fatso.


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camroc1 wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Add in UUP there Seft

I reckon the DUP will lose seats to UUP.

UUP are remain and could take the farmer vote in Northern Ireland

Yep UUP should take the farmers vote. Except for Willies of course :thumbup:

The absence of a DUP/UUP election pact will probably mean SF holding FST, SF gain in NB, and ALL gain in EB. SB could be interesting as well.

Will Lady Hermon run again in ND ?

If she doesn't , is it another alliance gain ?

DUP will hold all their Antrim/Down/Nth Armagh rural seats despite everything.


Don't think Sylvia will be running again, but then again it was a shorter term than expected so perhaps. She came under real pressure from DUP last time out, so could see a DUP win unfortunately. I liked her as independent but has had some interesting voting this time, including if I am not mistaken, not backing an election (which is a no-brainer unless you seek to pontificate)


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3 way election in our constituency, fatso.


UKIP, Farage party and Tories. For shame


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Unappetising as hell and somewhat suspect I may need to vote tactically with my views in the Hampstead & Kilburn seat...


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Frodder wrote:
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3 way election in our constituency, fatso.


UKIP, Farage party and Tories. For shame

Says Mr Cheshire Set.


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camroc1 wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Add in UUP there Seft

I reckon the DUP will lose seats to UUP.

UUP are remain and could take the farmer vote in Northern Ireland

Yep UUP should take the farmers vote. Except for Willies of course :thumbup:

The absence of a DUP/UUP election pact will probably mean SF holding FST, SF gain in NB, and ALL gain in EB. SB could be interesting as well.

Will Lady Hermon run again in ND ?

If she doesn't , is it another alliance gain ?

DUP will hold all their Antrim/Down/Nth Armagh rural seats despite everything.


Don't think Sylvia will be running again, but then again it was a shorter term than expected so perhaps. She came under real pressure from DUP last time out, so could see a DUP win unfortunately. I liked her as independent but has had some interesting voting this time, including if I am not mistaken, not backing an election (which is a no-brainer unless you seek to pontificate)

I'd have thought a lot of the ND electorate would be successful middle class who don't want Brexit.

Not an opportunity for Alliance ?


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Sefton wrote:
Frodder wrote:
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3 way election in our constituency, fatso.


UKIP, Farage party and Tories. For shame

Says Mr Cheshire Set.


:lol: <Globus mode> I have a Labour MP. He lives very close to me and I know him well. A very nice chap <Globus mode>


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Frodder wrote:
Sefton wrote:
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3 way election in our constituency, fatso.


UKIP, Farage party and Tories. For shame

Says Mr Cheshire Set.


:lol: <Globus mode> I have a Labour MP. He lives very close to me and I know him well. A very nice chap <Globus mode>


Seft has always looked longingly to the East.


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MaccTaff wrote:
Frodder wrote:
Sefton wrote:
Frodder wrote:
Sefton wrote:
3 way election in our constituency, fatso.


UKIP, Farage party and Tories. For shame

Says Mr Cheshire Set.


:lol: <Globus mode> I have a Labour MP. He lives very close to me and I know him well. A very nice chap <Globus mode>


Seft has always looked longingly to the East.


As we look to the West


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Frodder wrote:
Sefton wrote:
Frodder wrote:
Sefton wrote:
3 way election in our constituency, fatso.


UKIP, Farage party and Tories. For shame

Says Mr Cheshire Set.


:lol: <Globus mode> I have a Labour MP. He lives very close to me and I know him well. A very nice chap <Globus mode>



Ask him why he want an anti Semitic Marxist to lead the country ?


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eldanielfire wrote:
I doubt I'll even vote. I felt Labour's 2017 manifesto was flawed but had much of what the country needs. Investment and an eye to the future. I don't trust that shit show to be able to actually do it and add in the corrupt leadership, bent racism and protection of racists, the hounding out of anyone with either a different view, a perceived different view on Jews or are less then happy with Corbyn being the 2nd coming. I don't see them changing soon, Corbyn or no Corbyn as leader.

I'm mildly happy that Boris is ending austerity and wants to spend, but the Tories seem to offer so little and I'm a believer no party should stay in power for to long.

The Lib Dems have always been untrustworthy opportunists and their complete rejection of the vote despite their leader saying they should have a Brexit referendum, until her husband was paid millions for pro EU propaganda, is just more of the same. What's more any and all positions on Brexit are toxic now. Leave? TOXIC. Remain? TOXIC? 2nd vote? Toxic? I wnat it resolved soon so hopefully it will all die down. But tragically that c#nt Farage will present it all as a betrayal anyway as that's what he lives off.

On the Brexit issue, I just don't know what to do or where to go. I don't think Boris will quite invest in education, training and business needed to make the country able to deal with and prosper with life post Brexit. Even though he indicated he will invest something. Some of Labour stuff is great but a fair bit of it is 1970's bollocks, like I really don't care to see money spent on nationalising stuff for the sake of it now. I'm so uninspired in politics right now, there isn't even a pragmatic lesser of the evils vote to be made.


' Tories seem to offer so little' Eldaniel - I want my politicians to keep away from most of what I do - exceptions would be security, a genuine social security safety net for those that genuinely need it, country infrastructure etc
Labour want to interfere in our lives (as do the SNP) - they want to control industry (trust me - if you seriously think utilities will be better nationalised speak to anyone older than 40!)
Just promise to not offer much


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I think I'll vote for a good, entertaining election that is a good advert for democracy.


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If you can't be bothered to vote, how on earth do you feel that you are able to post on Political threads..... :blush: :?


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Sefton wrote:
It’s on like Donkey Kong.
It's on like Fat Pat's thong.


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I doubt I'll even vote. I felt Labour's 2017 manifesto was flawed but had much of what the country needs. Investment and an eye to the future. I don't trust that shit show to be able to actually do it and add in the corrupt leadership, bent racism and protection of racists, the hounding out of anyone with either a different view, a perceived different view on Jews or are less then happy with Corbyn being the 2nd coming. I don't see them changing soon, Corbyn or no Corbyn as leader.

I'm mildly happy that Boris is ending austerity and wants to spend, but the Tories seem to offer so little and I'm a believer no party should stay in power for to long.

The Lib Dems have always been untrustworthy opportunists and their complete rejection of the vote despite their leader saying they should have a Brexit referendum, until her husband was paid millions for pro EU propaganda, is just more of the same. What's more any and all positions on Brexit are toxic now. Leave? TOXIC. Remain? TOXIC? 2nd vote? Toxic? I wnat it resolved soon so hopefully it will all die down. But tragically that c#nt Farage will present it all as a betrayal anyway as that's what he lives off.

On the Brexit issue, I just don't know what to do or where to go. I don't think Boris will quite invest in education, training and business needed to make the country able to deal with and prosper with life post Brexit. Even though he indicated he will invest something. Some of Labour stuff is great but a fair bit of it is 1970's bollocks, like I really don't care to see money spent on nationalising stuff for the sake of it now. I'm so uninspired in politics right now, there isn't even a pragmatic lesser of the evils vote to be made.


' Tories seem to offer so little' Eldaniel - I want my politicians to keep away from most of what I do - exceptions would be security, a genuine social security safety net for those that genuinely need it, country infrastructure etc
Labour want to interfere in our lives (as do the SNP) - they want to control industry (trust me - if you seriously think utilities will be better nationalised speak to anyone older than 40!)
Just promise to not offer much



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like I really don't care to see money spent on nationalising stuff for the sake of it now


I'm not asking for politicians to interfere in lives. I do genuinely believe that we should have a society closer to how the Nordic countries balance things out and the main focus in the UK should be major investment in education and skills. That would probably include more investment in social services to support kids in broken homes earlier and ideally holistically. Ideally way more support at the nursery stage. We are products of our environment and the problems with society will only genuinely be resolved by genuine investment in people. This is also more important with the world economy changing drastically over the next 20-30 years, automation etc needs to be worked around.

At the moment schools and hospitals are are stretched about as far as they can go, the goodwill of teachers filling in the extras and stretching resources can only go so far. I don't think I've seen much in the way of plans yet from Boris to invest in schools in the region that is visionary. Likewise I don't think Labour busting Private schools right now is gonna do anything except cost the state more for no reason. None of what I've highlighted involves politicians getting involved in most of what you do. Improved services actually help you in the long run.


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If you can't be bothered to vote, how on earth do you feel that you are able to post on Political threads..... :blush: :?


Are you really asking zee that question?


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5 votes for labour, so there are at least 5 racists on here :?

Add Diane Abbott’s maths, corbyn and his ‘it’s too dark in december’ and the whole economic illiteracy shown almost daily by their MP’s, and it does prove there are 5 truly clueless people on here.
I can understand and sympathise with voting for any other party or brexit decision, even if I don’t happen to personally agree with it - but not a vote for the current Labour Party.


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I'll be voting Labour.

Labour / Tory marginal with a Tory currently in Westminster. Lib Dems miles back in 4th in the last election.

It's a shit sandwich, bit I'm just going to have to take a bite.

I'd vote for almost anyone over Boris and the gang.


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Will people vote on local matters or straight down the line on Brexit.
It's going to be interesting to see how Farage with play this.
It's going to be a real roller coaster.


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I'll be voting Labour.

Labour / Tory marginal with a Tory currently in Westminster. Lib Dems miles back in 4th in the last election.

It's a shit sandwich, bit I'm just going to have to take a bite.

I'd vote for almost anyone over Boris and the gang.

Racist :nod:


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I'll be voting Labour.

Labour / Tory marginal with a Tory currently in Westminster. Lib Dems miles back in 4th in the last election.

It's a shit sandwich, bit I'm just going to have to take a bite.

I'd vote for almost anyone over Boris and the gang.

Racist :nod:


Yeah, you got me Yeeb.


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I'll be voting Labour.

Labour / Tory marginal with a Tory currently in Westminster. Lib Dems miles back in 4th in the last election.

It's a shit sandwich, bit I'm just going to have to take a bite.

I'd vote for almost anyone over Boris and the gang.

Racist :nod:


Yeah, you got me Yeeb.

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Margin_Walker wrote:
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Margin_Walker wrote:
I'll be voting Labour.

Labour / Tory marginal with a Tory currently in Westminster. Lib Dems miles back in 4th in the last election.

It's a shit sandwich, bit I'm just going to have to take a bite.

I'd vote for almost anyone over Boris and the gang.

Racist :nod:


Yeah, you got me Yeeb.

What have jews ever done to you then ?


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Tories or Brexit Party for me. 8)


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Margin_Walker wrote:
I'll be voting Labour.

Labour / Tory marginal with a Tory currently in Westminster. Lib Dems miles back in 4th in the last election.

It's a shit sandwich, bit I'm just going to have to take a bite.

I'd vote for almost anyone over Boris and the gang.



I’m going to enjoy the Labour governments affects on your life. You want a terrorist sympathiser Marxist dimwit to be in charge.

You want Rebecca Long Bailey who has not the slightest grasp of business reality in charge of business decisions.

You want Diane Abbott in charge of crime and the home office.


:lol:


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Margin_Walker wrote:
I'll be voting Labour.

Labour / Tory marginal with a Tory currently in Westminster. Lib Dems miles back in 4th in the last election.

It's a shit sandwich, bit I'm just going to have to take a bite.

I'd vote for almost anyone over Boris and the gang.



I’m going to enjoy the Labour governments affects on your life. You want a terrorist sympathiser Marxist dimwit to be in charge.

You want Rebecca Long Bailey who has not the slightest grasp of business reality in charge of business decisions.

You want Diane Abbott in charge of crime and the home office.


:lol:


That may all be true, but if for example local services improve people generally don't care who heads the party in government because often the personal vileness or niceness of the countries leader is irrelevant to the policies that affect your directly.


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