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To ask who you're voting for next May?

(455 Posts)
NickiFury Mon 03-Nov-14 23:39:05

Me, Labour.

Fanjango Mon 03-Nov-14 23:44:11

Undecided. If there is a Leftunity candidate they are a possibility or green. Safe Tory seat but will vote as I refuse to give tacit consent to the status quo of Tory rule.

LadyWithLapdog Mon 03-Nov-14 23:45:26

Not Tory or Lib-Dem. Most likely Labour.

AesSedai Mon 03-Nov-14 23:45:51


rollonthesummer Mon 03-Nov-14 23:46:49

I will probably vote Labour in an attempt to get the Tories out. I don't agree with any of Labour's policies either though sad

seesensepeople Mon 03-Nov-14 23:52:48

YANBU to ask but I am NBU to refuse to answer - secrecy of the ballot box and all that...

HattyMonkey Mon 03-Nov-14 23:55:21

Labour only a tactical vote though, I would vote Socialist Party if I thought it would make a difference

TidyDancer Mon 03-Nov-14 23:57:12

Labour. I'm in a Tory stronghold unfortunately but I can dream.

MorelliOrRanger Mon 03-Nov-14 23:57:23

Yabu, what difference does knowing my vote make to you. grin

Username12345 Mon 03-Nov-14 23:58:33

I hate all of them. I have no idea what I'm going to do. sad

LineRunner Mon 03-Nov-14 23:58:44

Not UKIP, not Tory / Lib Dem.

LaurieFairyCake Tue 04-Nov-14 00:01:11

Lib Dem (they haven't a chance, safe Tory seat now) but I'm a lefty Liberal

FannyFifer Tue 04-Nov-14 00:02:52

SNP, judging by the polls, Labour are finished in Scotland.

rollonthesummer Tue 04-Nov-14 00:10:00

Nothing any of them say convinces me they're worth voting for. Does anyone feel the time is right for a new party?! There must be someone out there who can speak for the people (who didn't go to Eton). I think we need a revolution...

LuluJakey1 Tue 04-Nov-14 00:15:13

Labour- me and DH

EverythingCounts Tue 04-Nov-14 00:17:09

Labour. Got to get this lot out.

Chippednailvarnish Tue 04-Nov-14 00:18:15

No idea, I think they are all equally shite.

OldLadyKnowsBeelzebub Tue 04-Nov-14 00:23:06

SNP, and bloody glad to have the option. If I were south of the border, I'd be looking for a candidate from the Greens, NHA, Monster Raving Loony Party or a local independent rather than Labour, Tory, LibDem or UKIP.

MrsBungle Tue 04-Nov-14 00:26:05

Labour. I like my local MP (who is labour).

badgerknowsbest Tue 04-Nov-14 00:41:08


HumpInTheNight Tue 04-Nov-14 00:43:31

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

longfingernails Tue 04-Nov-14 01:15:57

Tory or UKIP; haven't yet decided. Before the UKIP surge I thought that their only role would be to force the Tories towards working-class Thatcherite conservatism (which they are doing).

However now it seems they have a real shot in some seats and must be taken more seriously. Given a choice between Tory or UKIP I would vote based on the prospective candidates and their local manifestos.

In any case, the most important thing is to ensure Labour never get their hands anywhere near power again. Red Ed is certainly a great boon to the small-c conservative cause in that regard; he's now more unpopular than Nick Clegg!

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Tue 04-Nov-14 01:34:06

Labour. My DGM (Nan) would haunt me if I voted anyone else

Mozzereena Tue 04-Nov-14 01:41:27

I'm voting Labour.
I dread to think what the Tories and UKIP in coalition would do to the NHS and the welfare state.

Babiecakes11 Tue 04-Nov-14 01:46:29

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