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One Comment

  • Jonathan Walpole 6th May '10 - 7:05pm

    Was going to vote L.D

    Concerned that as N.C is an atheist – Anyone taking on such a role is this scenario will need guidance from a higher authority.

    Shame – I liked this party the most.

    PS. I did go to church to-day & spoke with my rector who agreed with me – but clearly indicated he could not advise how to vote.

    J. Walpole (FIH) ret

    (But having to work to pay the bills in retirement)

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