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Paul
Paul
25 Apr 2013 09:24

We all know not to vote Labour anyway.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2314401/Len-McCluskey-threatens-withdraw-millions-donations-unless-Labour-removes-Shadow-Cabinet-members.html?ito=feeds-newsxml"

At least with these idiots as the opposition David Cameron will be able to continue his good work.

Brazilnut
Brazilnut
25 Apr 2013 09:36

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/04/25/boris-johnson-jo-johnson-david-cameron-_n_3152070.html?utm_hp_ref=uk                                                                             and this is another reason not to vote for the Eton Tory Toffs

Lynne
Lynne
25 Apr 2013 09:38

You're all voting UKIP, is that right?

Brazilnut
Brazilnut
25 Apr 2013 09:42

lol Lynne, what another coalition?

Paul
Paul
25 Apr 2013 09:56

I'd normally vote Tory but as this is just the county election, I'll vote UKIP.

Hopefully many others will do the same to send a message to all the many parties that we are all fed up with Europe.

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FredBassett
FredBassett
25 Apr 2013 14:05

UKIP  it is - Main concern being they wont keep to their policies and will eventually go soft on europe. We need Austrialian type border controls based on no money to deposit, no property to live in, and no family to sponsor you then no way are you coming in. No appeals, no European human rights, and a hunt and deport programme for those already here that shouldnt be.

As for Labour and the Unions - He who pays the piper calls the tune.

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Paul
Paul
25 Apr 2013 14:14

I'm all up for doing business with Europe but no need to be told what do to by them.

wondering
wondering
26 Apr 2013 12:13

UKIP it has to be. We are paying Europe too much everyday.

Did you see BBC Question time last night?, nice girlie Labour Minister for Climate...(is that in charge of the sunshine?) ..had hardly anything to say on anything ..apart from they cant say if they will make cuts until they get into power.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01s5g2k/Question_Time_25_04_2013/

 

 

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Sully
Sully
26 Apr 2013 12:41

Until 2 years ago I lived in Taunton where I always support Lib Dem but now they have all turned into (sucking up to?) Tories I guess.  UKIP it is then.  Sorry if I am going slightly off topic here.

Brazilnut
Brazilnut
26 Apr 2013 12:45

most of UKIP are ex Tories or rich toffs like them, also they have been flirting with both cons and lib dems over forming a coalition in the next general election. Farage was also involved in talks with Murdoch. Labour are still too much like nu labour, so I dont know which way to turn lol      these elections on the 2nd May are County Council ones and will have little bearing on main government, Ive always left political leanings out of these and voted for the candidate I think would best serve our town well on the County Council                                                                 http://theredeemer89.wordpress.com/2013/04/26/were-all-in-this-together-or-are-we-a-critique-of-capitalism/         just a little something I just read which sums things up very nicely, and before you all jump on me socialism is different from nu labour

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