even on the thin gruel of 'better than the tories' - I couldn't vote for this. just couldn't, even in a marginal seat. better not to encourage this shit, race to bottom. back to sitting off at home or being one of the 136 (0.1%) voting for SLP or TUSC or communist or whatever
The Conservative’s approach to our economy is out-of-touch and businesses and families are paying the price. Labour would buy, make and sell in Britain and create a higher wage and more productive economy.

9:25 AM · Oct 25, 2021

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hey it's not every day you get to draw a penis over an A3 piece of card
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Oh yeah baby, it's TUSC time again.
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We'll see what happens when the SCG lot are forcibly deselected come election time. How many of them will have the balls to stand? Yeah, most will lose, but they'll do better than the 345 votes a TUSC candidate normally gets.
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Love being offered the choice of Johnson's Tories or Cameron's Tories. This is straight out of the Cameron years. No chance I'm voting for shit like this.
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It's just fucking bananas that history is repeating itself so blatantly
The Neoliberals have gotten their wish & pushed for Thatcherism to be the guiding light of The Democratic Party & Labour... all this while overt Fascism is on the rise due to the further deprivation their policies lead to. Why? Because they personally enrich themselves this way
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You've just reminded me that we will be due a deluge of "everyone should just write 'none of the above' in, cos that will send them a message" rubbish 3 months before the next election. It's fun asking people how much time they'll spend campaigning for this to happen.
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just another one in the spoiled vote category. the most effective protest is just staying home tbh, the lower the turnout gets the less legitimacy the political class has
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This is the correct approach. A vote for Labour is a vote to enshrine the last decade as 'common sense'. For evidence, see New Labour.
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Can you imagine any political party in the history of the universe not claiming it would do those things?
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You could vote Green if you have a candidate. At least they have some left policies.
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might have a green round here, but tbh I'd vote plaid here in wales before I voted green. they have a sort of occasional relationship anyway, sometimes standing joint candidates in locals, they will be in cardiff next time round. but it's straight tory labour here in westminster.
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