UK General Election 2015

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Anonymous

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RB is the most aggressive and hateful democrat in republican sheep clothes that Fox News never had the misfortune to have as a guest. She also fears bikers and does not have it in her to confront them when they display anti-Obama stickers despite the fact it insults her deeply. Read more about the behaviour here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passive-aggressive_behavior
 

Johnny Barleycorn

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Really??????
Dear oh Dear.
Are you registered to vote as well?
Let me take a guess Republican?
I think that because we are up the top in the middle of the map, well, every map, it distorts the impression you get of the size of Britain, which, I was reading earlier, can fit comfortably into an area the size of Wales.

Britain itself, of course, can easily be moved around on wheels, hence the numerous London Eye style... erections being built across the entire United Kingdom. If Labour get in next week we're flipping the whole country upside down and moving. I'm nailing my furniture to the ceiling this weekend, just in case.
 

Charlie Cheswick

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I think that because we are up the top in the middle of the map, well, every map, it distorts the impression you get of the size of Britain, which, I was reading earlier, can fit comfortably into an area the size of Wales.

Britain itself, of course, can easily be moved around on wheels, hence the numerous London Eye style... erections being built across the entire United Kingdom. If Labour get in next week we're flipping the whole country upside down and moving. I'm nailing my furniture to the ceiling this weekend, just in case.
Very good.
 

Charlie Cheswick

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"The new, more secure system requires people to register to vote individually, rather than allowing one person to sign up an entire household, and was designed to clamp down on electoral fraud"

Did anyone else register to vote online?

You have to register individually but all you have to do is enter your details, I did mine and my wife's, what's changed?
 
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Well, Russell, I gather the revolution is indefinitely postponed? :D Should have seen that coming...

That's like telling people to vote socialist in order to get rid of a Hungrarian mini-dictator.
Well we've tried that here... it's even worse now. Wait until people feel *really* let down, betrayed, taken for fools, after hoping. You'll see how nice that feeling is.

What a silly turnvest you are, Russ... Tut.
 

Charlie Cheswick

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I see that slimiest slug Piers Morgan has told us what to do as well. I'll do what you ask Piers as long as you're decapitated as part of the bargain.
 

Bluebirds

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Miliband is a modern day Dukakis, to give an impression of him to our American friends. I don't think he's made of the right stuff to be a credible Prime Minister. Wet as a haddock's bathing costume, as they say. Putin would eat him for breakfast.

Add Balls, Harman, the murderer Burnham, Len-in and then the spectre of the SNP to the mix and I'll go for the Tories as largest party. I don't see how anyone can think the possibility of Sturgeon or Salmond pulling Miliband's strings through a confidence and supply deal is an electoral asset to Labour. It is the exact opposite.

I can't see the Tories getting the 40% to win outright, but I'm not sure Labour will hit even 30% on the day. Labour have inbuilt advantages given them by the boundary changes and postal votes fraud, but they should be ten points ahead already if things they claim are true.

I'm going to stick my neck out and say Cameron will remain PM. Just.
There's always the possibility of a Tory/ SNP coalition.... Not substance when you consider Mr Murdoch promotes both parties either side of the border.

Now that would be hilarious
 

Kewpie

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Although Labour MP has been elected, I'm shocked to know that UKIP got 8280 votes in Houghton & Sunderland! :eek:

This country's future is doomed.
 

Bluebirds

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Although Labour MP has been elected, I'm shocked to know that UKIP got 8280 votes in Houghton & Sunderland! :eek:

This country's future is doomed.
I think more seismic is the fact the SNP have seemingly won every seat in Scoland if the exit polls are to be believed.

Labour have been decimated there, much like the Lib Dems predictably enough have. DOn't think anyone could have predicted the Tories relative success if the exit polls are to believed. I remember 1992 but I would assume the polling is more accurate 20 years later.

It just shows the Conservative Party are still seen as the natual party of Government in great swathes of England under our current electoral system. Prepare for more rioting
 
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I think more seismic is the fact the SNP have seemingly won every seat in Scoland if the exit polls are to be believed.

Labour have been decimated there, much like the Lib Dems predictably enough have. DOn't think anyone could have predicted the Tories relative success if the exit polls are to believed. I remember 1992 but I would assume the polling is more accurate 20 years later.

It just shows the Conservative Party are still seen as the natual party of Government in great swathes of England under our current electoral system. Prepare for more rioting
Ah, 1992 day after election Pale Saints and Boo Radley's live in London and Boo Radley singer outraged at conservatives winning.

I think people more and more relate with conservative values cause of posh fashion and expensive ways of the people that promote it. Who wants to be a socialist dressed in rags trying to convince people that we need solidarity in a world like the one we have now?

The answer is of course no one.

Smiths and Moz fan wins the election, hip hip hooray!
 

Bluebirds

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Ah, 1992 day after election Pale Saints and Boo Radley's live in London and Boo Radley singer outraged at conservatives winning.

I think people more and more relate with conservative values cause of posh fashion and expensive ways of the people that promote it. Who wants to be a socialist dressed in rags trying to convince people that we need solidarity in a world like the one we have now?

The answer is of course no one.

Smiths and Moz fan wins the election, hip hip hooray!
Yes it appears a lot of English people are far more concerned with their own economic well-being than society as a whole, the "I'm alright Jack" syndrome.
 
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On the day of the UK elections the aftermath of the elections in Finland a few weeks ago was beginning to clear with the True Finns Party being allowed to form a government with the center party.

These are the people of the True Finns party (not for the faint hearted):

http://per-looks.tumblr.com/
 
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Yes it appears a lot of English people are far more concerned with their own economic well-being than society as a whole, the "I'm alright Jack" syndrome.
Yes, the UK has certainly gone from the Johnny on the spot times to a more selfish ideal where no one helps the next person. If diversity and mass immigration was so good then why is the UK facing problems that we were told would disappear with increasing immigration and the effects of diversity?
 

Bluebirds

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Charlie Cheswick

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Well that's five years of getting fucked up the arse we've got to look forward too, at least the Lib Dems offered a buffer the last time.

As always our electoral system is a farce. I'm by no means a UKIP supporter but that party received more votes than the SNP and got 50 odd seats less. Reform will be impossible with these monsters in charge though.

Also from yesterday, here's Murdoch's thank you to Cameron for letting him off Scott free...



The Italy of Northern Europe.
 
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Girl-with-the-Thorn

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Yes it appears a lot of English people are far more concerned with their own economic well-being than society as a whole, the "I'm alright Jack" syndrome.
Yep, totally. A friend told me the other week she was going to stick to voting Conservative because, in her words, "I've done well for myself under them". But what about the people who have been totally fucked over, or will be in the next five years? People don't seem to realise that the running of the country doesn't only affect them, and as someone who has done relatively badly under the current government (specifically economically and employment-wise) it just seems so terribly selfish to think that way.
 
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bhops

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Yep, totally. A friend told me the other week she was going to stick to voting Conservative because, in her words, "I've done well for myself under them". But what about the people who have been totally fucked over, or will be in the next five years? People don't seem to realise that the running of the country doesn't only affect them, and as someone who has done relatively badly under the current government (specifically economically and employment-wise) it just seems so terribly selfish to think that way.
Yeah but Tony Blair did such a great job didn't he?
 
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