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'David Cameron's Conservative Party' on ballot papers!

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Message 1 - posted by U3775715 - alt id 1, Jul 20, 2007

He makes iy sound like bruce forsythe's generation Game. Was this trendy tacky label on yesterday's bye-election voting papers a tur off rather than a n incentive?
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Message 2 - posted by Alan Amp, Jul 20, 2007

The Conservative have only one hope . I have said it all along.

Kenneth Clarke



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Message 3 - posted by U3508276 - alt id 4, Jul 20, 2007

Public schoolboys only I'm afraid.
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Message 4 - posted by Alan Amp, Jul 20, 2007

Del, if that is true I cannot honestly see the Conservatives ever being in power again.
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Message 5 - posted by youngcornwall, Jul 20, 2007


We need a good opposition party that is good for democracy,
but at the moment there is nobody, Cameron was going to get away
from the Punch and Judy antics, but he has ended up the biggest Judy of the all.

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Message 6 - posted by U3508276 - alt id 4, Jul 20, 2007

And only one particular public school.
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Message 7 - posted by Alan Amp, Jul 20, 2007

Hope we don't Eaton our words !
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Message 8 - posted by U7209542 - alt id 7 (all banned), Jul 20, 2007

Is it unreasonable that our betters should be our leaders? They have been bred to it.
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Message 9 - posted by U2379384 - alt id 3, Jul 20, 2007

Didn't UKIP do well. Can't be long till we're out of the EU.
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Message 10 - posted by John of Paddington, Jul 21, 2007

The Byelection was been foaught in a Constiuancy were 75% were Asians (no longer any talk about minority rights). They only know names of leaders, not histories of Parties. It is a wonder the papers were not printed in Urdu, as it was the majority was halved and at one time Brown thought he may loss it. These two result make it more certain that there will be an early General election. Brown knows he is weak at the dispatchbox and both tories and lib/dems will rip him apart, so before he loses too much 'face' he will go to the Country. If the Tories promise a referendum on the EU, they could well win, it depends a lot on timing.
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Message 11 - posted by pompomwhiting, Jul 21, 2007

After reading this letter from his Minsistry of Justice I won't be voting for him.
Pom isn't smiling this morning and is haunted by the grinning Lord Levy.
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Message 12 - posted by U2379384 - alt id 3, Jul 21, 2007

Interesting that the press of all complections take an opposite view and believe that Cameron is losing support everywhere fast. Even Peter Hitchins on the radio last night sees the Tories imploding wants a new right wing party and a base for what he sees as a real opposition.I would welcome an early election together with a european referendum on membership and also the euro. I have no doubt that the Tories would be seen off bigtime, it would be make or break for the Lib/Dems and there would be strong support for a federal europe and the euro. Perhaps Gordy could throw in a vote on the monarchy at the same time. Lets rationalise the body politic in one go.
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Message 13 - posted by youngcornwall, Jul 21, 2007



You would be surprised how much the Asians as you call them do know John,
being born and educated in this country, they know as much as you or even more.

The Byelection was been foaught in a Constiuancy were 75% were Asians (no longer any talk about minority rights). They only know names of leaders, not histories of Parties. It is a wonder the papers were not printed in Urdu,


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Message 14 - posted by pompomwhiting, Jul 21, 2007

and Speed Cameras.
Pom happy to keep the rebellious monarchy.
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Message 15 - posted by U3508276 - alt id 4, Jul 21, 2007

I understand that first and second generations lean towards voting conservative because they are anxious to preserve the status quo Britishness they came to be part of. Also so many are self employed that they want the protection of the Tories. This election was a disaster for Cameron.

What a good week for Labour and Brown, two comfortable by-election wins and rid of the cash for questions shadow. And Ming lives to fight another day. Wasn't the Sedgemoor BNP man nasty? The UKIP lost their deposit in both votes.
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Message 16 - posted by asianboyleeds, Jul 21, 2007

Who won in sedgemoor?
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Message 17 - posted by asianboyleeds, Jul 21, 2007

ok, i've just read the news lol :D
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Message 18 - posted by John of Paddington, Jul 21, 2007

If you Trots think that New Labour will win and the Country will embrace the Europian Community then you have no fear of a General election and referendum. I, myself, would welcome both.
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Message 19 - posted by U6196471 - alt id 5, Jul 21, 2007

Excellent news. i remember how the Tories/UKIP and the National party all welcomed the last election too. Bring it on then Britain can take a fuller part in Europe and the Tories can look for another new leader.
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Message 20 - posted by U7209542 - alt id 7 (all banned), Jul 21, 2007

Cameron must be running scared of another bi-election too soon.He's all froth.
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