intoprew wrote:I like Simon Hughes, but a vote for the Lib Dems is a vote for the Conservative Party.
intoprew wrote:My vote will probably go to Corbyn. So Neil, despite being an idiot will get my vote and hopefully we will have a fairer country for the many and not just the few.
This will be the first time I vote Labour. I'm not left wing but the rich are getting richer and food banks in my country? It's bad enough that people are starving on the planet but in the 6th biggest economy in the world? no. Something needs to change.
Gavin Smith wrote:intoprew wrote:I like Simon Hughes, but a vote for the Lib Dems is a vote for the Conservative Party.
Why is that? A vote for the Lib Dems is a vote for an excellent constituency MP who represents all of his constituents - or, to put it in Labour parlance, the many and not the few. From my dealings with him (or lack thereof) Coyle is definitely not a decent chap.
denis loretto wrote:if I was not only a member of the Labour Party but an MP elected on the mandate of that party I cannot imagine showing such blatant disloyalty to my party leader.
suziq wrote:Just had a letter from the Labour party containing a picture of the actor who plays Lewis - I had no idea what his name was, so Googled it and it's Kevin Whately. I'm assuming its purpose is to encourage me to vote for the Labour party candidate because Kevin Whately says I should! Why, exactly, are his personal opinions supposed to influence me? Has anyone else received a similar letter, telling them everything that is wrong with the Tories?
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