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    Quote Originally Posted by malvolio View Post
    OK, but a lot of the current war on us contractors wouldn't have happened had Danny Alexander not over-reacted to the SLC case and attacked the wrong target. And St Vince of Cable led the rush to make it easier to outsource our work to the sub-continent. It all levels out. On balance I think the LDs were not a valuable contribution to UK PLC
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    Yeah, it's a fault of mean Lib Dems who are not in the Govt now...
    Rational argument really isn't your thing, is it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vetran View Post
    Actually it did, surprisingly the lowly paid travellers and the recent arrivals qualified on earnings.
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    I must admit I have more or less always voted LibDem... I like JC too but labour's position on Brexit disappointed me ...so would like to vote for LibDem again as they are the only party promised a new referendum (I will pretend to forget their previous promises which they broke when they went into coalition power when I voted for them), however, tactical voting advised by Best for Britain I should vote Labour in my area, the idea is not winning but to keep as many seats away from the Tories as we can.

    I lost faith in all these opinion polls, during last elections all the polls suggested Tories wont win, come to think of it, I haven't met anyone who admitted they voted Tories.. its a mystery how they win

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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyD View Post
    I must admit I have more or less always voted LibDem... I like JC too but labour's position on Brexit disappointed me ...so would like to vote for LibDem again as they are the only party promised a new referendum (I will pretend to forget their previous promises which they broke when they went into coalition power when I voted for them), however, tactical voting advised by Best for Britain I should vote Labour in my area, the idea is not winning but to keep as many seats away from the Tories as we can.

    I lost faith in all these opinion polls, during last elections all the polls suggested Tories wont win, come to think of it, I haven't met anyone who admitted they voted Tories.. its a mystery how they win
    Why would they? Most people try not to upset the deluded....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyD View Post
    I must admit I have more or less always voted LibDem... I like JC too but labour's position on Brexit disappointed me ...so would like to vote for LibDem again as they are the only party promised a new referendum (I will pretend to forget their previous promises which they broke when they went into coalition power when I voted for them), however, tactical voting advised by Best for Britain I should vote Labour in my area, the idea is not winning but to keep as many seats away from the Tories as we can.

    I lost faith in all these opinion polls, during last elections all the polls suggested Tories wont win, come to think of it, I haven't met anyone who admitted they voted Tories.. its a mystery how they win
    The polls last election were full of errors due to how they collected their data. They went for the cheaper method of asking people questions online and ignoring the fact that people over 50 should be targeted in person if they want to know the way they are likely to vote.

    Oh and last election I knew people who voted Tory to keep UKIP out, or because they didn't like what their Lib Dem MP had done in their area while in government.
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