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- Eddie Sammon 30th Jun - 3:08am
John, by "hard-headed" I mean "what wins sustainable votes". Regards
- Mark Green 30th Jun - 2:07am
I don't see that a single issue united anti-Tory party could possibly work for the reasons that Dal pointed out. And while I think formal...
- T-J 30th Jun - 2:07am
There should be agreement between the parties to bring about electoral reform. Certainly, there should be a pact between the smaller parties not to enter...
- Sammy O'Neill 30th Jun - 12:55am
This idea is so unfeasible, it's ridiculous. If we optimistically assume the Tories didn't win, In the time it would take to amend the voting...
- Stewart 30th Jun - 12:51am
I'm not hugely inspired. The leaflets I've received are very telling: - Farron's has that cosy old school sandals and leather patches feel to it,...
- kevin 30th Jun - 12:38am
Roger Lake What's the point of having one let alone two elections when any change in the voting system would need to pass a referendum...