Discussion in 'Speaker's Corner' started by Rilot, Dec 2, 2019.
Happy to (not have) help(ed in the slightest)
Yes the tactical voting will be the important thing, every election is different ultimately.
Labour now. Simply because my Mom would get £20k cash if they implemented their pension compensation. How can I not vote to support my Mom, my parents arent rich, that would be a big amount for them.
So would my wife's mum.
And she's only just getting by.
.. Falling for labour's big dangling carrot
That would probably not happen except under a majority Labour government. Most unlikely.
It's that or the Conservatives great big stick.
Its a juicy one though, and it’s hardly like the opposing team aren’t doing similarly wrt who they’re targeting.
You support compensation for the beneficiaries of discrimination when the discrimination is corrected?
What do you suggest, resist £20k so Boris can get Brexit done?
Choosing the colour if the spiked gauntlet of stupidity that is going to be unleashed on the country by one or other of these idiots isn't a reason to actively vote for either of them.
I've accepted I can't keep one or other of them out, but as I consider both the political equilvilent of herpes, I'm not going to vote for either of them. At least then I am not, in any way, responsible for the mess that follows.
My heart says LD but since there is only about 700 votes between Labour and Tory where I live and I have had letters from the Tories telling me my constituency is one of the key areas of the country that means they can get the majority they need then I have no choice but to vote tactically and vote Labour. Its a shame as I met the Tory candidate at the weekend and really like her and her ideas. I just no longer like the party and the ones in Government sadly.
LD. It'll count for nothing as its a safe Labour seat, but you've got to vote with what you believe otherwise there wouldn't be any political shift at all.
This arrived today....I've no idea who drew on it.
It's not institutional, honest.
What a load of guff. You are scraping the barrel trying to push your agenda today.
He is starting to sound a bit desperate. We get it Dolph, you want Johnson in charge, I know it's difficult to admit to being a Con voter, most wouldn't in public, but nobody cares here on the internet. It would be more honest than the guy here pretending to be a LibDem voter but also wanting Brexit.
Or are you Jewish? In that case I apologise.
A competent party and leader wouldn't make such basic mistakes when under close scrutiny, so is the leadership incompetent or acting deliberately despite the scrutiny?
At least the labour supporters continue to show why you govs polling on the matter is bang on.
Actually, I don't want Johnson in charge, I just also don't want Corbyn in charge. The best resolution for me would be some sort of rainbow coalition not led by either of them.
Whether or not I'm a direct victim of the insutitonal racism problem within the Labour party is not relevant to whether the actions of the party are unacceptable.
It'd be a long video if they included every religion/race under the sun.
On LBC radio at approx 10.30am on friday - Boris Johnson confirmed that the trade deal with the USA is TTIP, and includes everything the EU threw out; including ISDS, patent only drug supply and access by US health care providers to the internal market - all covered by ISDS of course.
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