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We don't usually discuss politics on here ... *sarcasm*

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S
S
27 Mar 2019 11:11

I wondered if the whole Brexit "thing" had changed the way they will vote in the next general election.

I voted Labour for the first time in the last one, I am really unsure who I will in the next one. Labour has been a poor opposition in the last 12 months when they should be taking big advantage of what is a poor government.

 

If you don't mind saying who you voted for last time and if that may change next time it would be interesting I think or at least say that you have changed party even if you don't want to say who from and who to or maybe nothing has changed for you.

burneside
burneside
27 Mar 2019 12:40

I am never voting for one of the two main parties ever again, it will be UKIP or another Brexit supporting party from now on.

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S
S
27 Mar 2019 12:43

@burneside what about when Brexit is over?

Lynne
Lynne
27 Mar 2019 12:53

@S - what makes you think that Brexit will be over any time soon?  

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burneside
burneside
27 Mar 2019 13:00

When/if Brexit is ever delivered I shall probably give up voting altogether.  Brexit has proved that votes are virtually worthless.

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S
S
27 Mar 2019 13:06

@Lynne it won't, I meant way way way way in the future ;-)

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Duckileaks
Duckileaks
28 Mar 2019 10:01

I vote for the person standing locally or to prevent their opposition getting in.

However, if Corbyn is still leading the Labour party I'll definitely vote Conservative regardless of local candidates

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vicks
vicks
28 Mar 2019 21:36

I really do not know now. I have voted Conservative in the past, but might have considered voting Labour now if Jeremy Corbyn was not the leader. I remember the middle to late 1970s so I can not put my cross to his party. If we did not have a reasonable Independent candidate, I would look for something like Screaming Lord Sutch, or spoil my vote, unless political parties change very radically by then.

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