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  • Premier Icon Nobeerinthefridge
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    SNP, mainly as my local MP seems to give a shit, which is a nice change.

    Premier Icon jimdubleyou
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    Vince.

    Edit: If I could, I’d vote for Greg Knight, just on the basis of his awesome video

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/jun/06/greg-knight-tory-campaign-video-tory-alan-partridge-election

    ulysse
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    Im a Green member.
    Im voting Labour

    Premier Icon Yak
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    This should be a stw front page poll for instant bar graph satisfaction.

    Labour.

    Premier Icon theotherjonv
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    Left leaning but will be a tactical Libdem vote (already is – postal)

    I just hope the candidate/Farron doesn’t murder some kittens this afternoon, then I’ll feel a right ****

    Premier Icon franksinatra
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    Tactically voting Tory. Only to get SNP out. I could probably vote Labour except for the fact that round here that would be a wasted vote.

    Premier Icon footflaps
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    Not sure, either Labour or Libdem (not that it matters, Tories only get single digit percentage in Cambridge).

    Premier Icon zippykona
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    Premier Icon Lifer
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    To try and get Corbyn in I’ve voted lim dems in my Tory safe seat. It was difficult and I’m still not sure if I should have voted with my heart.

    Premier Icon andybrad
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    not sure tbh.

    i like the idea of getting someone semi normal into power (after speaking recently with some blue blooded torys it was cringe worthy) but im not convinced hes capable of running the country……

    seriously no idea.

    rone
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    Labour. And I’ve never felt quite so passionate about it.

    I sighed the last time that we’d got another 5 years of that lot. I know it’s likely to happen again but at least we got a shot.

    Edukator
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    Can’t vote. 😐

    Premier Icon Del
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    my current mp. never voted for his party before but he actually seems to give a shit, and has demonstrated his willingness to stand up and say so.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Lib Dem as a tactical vote for Labour.

    Premier Icon ads678
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    I’m torn between:

    My usual Lib-dem
    Green round our way are bigging up stopping HS2
    If enough people vote Labour I suppose we might be able to unseat the Tories but unlikely.
    Or spoil my paper.

    Can’t really muster up a lot of enthusiasm…..

    Premier Icon BaronVonP7
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    Can’t be bothered – its a complete waste of ti – JOKING!

    By post, cos I couldn’t wait. Lib Dem this time.

    Premier Icon mrblobby
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    Seems pretty pointless here with a huge cons majority (61% of the vote) and a bit of a shit as an MP (Benyon). Lib dems seem like the best bet for getting him out as they were in second place last time around. Though for the first time in my life I’d like to vote labour. If we had PR I’d vote Labour.

    Be interesting to know how many would vote differently if we had PR instead of FPTP.

    stumpy01
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    Probably Labour, but tempted to vote green because they’ve been banging on about working towards introducing a 4 day week & the person they interviewed on Radio 4 last week sounded level-headed, realistic & honest.

    craigxxl
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    Can’t bring myself to vote for this bunch of idiots so voting for the slightly less stupid Torys. Won’t make a difference in my area anyway as they’ll vote for a pretty but failed actress who isn’t a patch on her predecessor Jo Cox.
    If JC had shown some leadership qualities and dismissed DA who has been out of her depth from the start then I would have taken the gamble. Unfortunately its like voting for Lloyd Christmas or Harry Dunne from Dumb and Dumber.

    Premier Icon BoardinBob
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    I was set on voting SNP but I’ll be voting labour tomorrow

    Premier Icon ahwiles
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    green.

    I live in Nick Clegg’s constituency, he’s alright actually, i’ll be happy if he gets back in – but i’ll be voting green to A) help them keep their deposit, and B) remind the other parties that there are votes in Green issues.

    Premier Icon BoardinBob
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    If JC had shown some leadership qualities and dismissed DA who has been out of her depth from the start then I would have taken the gamble

    It’s been confirmed that Abbot is ill and she’s stepped down from the campaign

    Premier Icon Nobeerinthefridge
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    I was set on voting SNP but I’ll be voting labour tomorrow

    I see your point, I really do, but scottish labour would need to be completely ripped to bits before I’d consider an X next to them.

    Premier Icon the-muffin-man
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    For the record for the first time in my life I shall be voting red!

    I 99% sure I’m going to do the same. I’ve always voted Conservative.

    And where we are it could go to Labour.

    Premier Icon SaxonRider
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    Well, when I started that thread asking why the UK wasn’t more favourably disposed toward the Lib Dems, I kind of convinced myself. So, for the first time ever… Lib Dem.

    craigxxl
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    It’s been confirmed that Abbot is ill and she’s stepped down from the campaign

    Has she been ill for a long time to cover her previous cock ups or just the Sky news disaster.

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    Labour.

    We’ll lose, but the times they are a changin’.

    Premier Icon BoardinBob
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    I was set on voting SNP but I’ll be voting labour tomorrow
    I see your point, I really do, but scottish labour would need to be completely ripped to bits before I’d consider an X next to them

    I get you too, but this is Westminster rather than the labour clowns in holyrood. Voted SNP in the council elections.

    I’ve actually seen very little campaigning from the SNP which has been disappointing

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    I’m not voting tomorrow. Cos I have already sent my postal vote in 🙂

    I’m not sure I could vote any other way than what my posts have made obvious. I so desperately want to live in a country whose leader actually cares about people.

    Premier Icon BoardinBob
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    Has she been ill for a long time to cover her previous cock ups or just the Sky news disaster.

    Strangely enough I’m not her doctor

    flaps
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    Labour. I share more of his views.

    Premier Icon Lifer
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    mrblobby – Member
    Be interesting to know how many would vote differently if we had PR instead of FPTP.

    1 here

    jekkyl
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    Labour. Power to the people!

    Premier Icon BaronVonP7
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    Mrs Baron and myself have a bet:

    Labour win, she gets Breakfast at the Mountain Cafe, Aviemore, and free run of the cake selection.
    Labour don’t win, I get the same.

    Three months ago, I thought I was on the way to Pancakes & Victoria sponge. Not so sure today.

    (I think she’s voted “tactically”, based on the above bet.)

    Tenuous
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    I’ll be voting Lib Dem.

    Premier Icon spawnofyorkshire
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    I’m voting Red for the first time in a general election.

    Premier Icon ransos
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    For the first time in twenty years, I’m voting Labour.

    fifeandy
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    I’ve actually seen very little campaigning from the SNP which has been disappointing

    That’s because their entire force of activists have been leaflet/letter bombing NE Fife.

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