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Old Mar 15th 2013, 4:31 am
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Old Mar 15th 2013, 5:30 am
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Next PM prolly.

Mind you I did read National may return for a third term here which makes me believe the public could forgive anything. Maybe the conservatives can cling on.
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Next PM prolly.
Yes.

UKIP are going from strength to strength. They will split up the Tory vote, then that will let Labour in, I reckon. What a mess
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Yes.

UKIP are going from strength to strength. They will split up the Tory vote, then that will let Labour in, I reckon. What a mess
UKIP are a long way right of the Conservatives though and last time round the Conservatives couldn't even make enough seats to get close to a look in. I don't see an obvious UKIP electorate yet.

While not socialist British people are inherently egalitarian and the situation at the moment (for many years actually, being honest) on income inequality and social mobility is basically an omnishambles. You have to go back to pre-WW2 to find the same class divides and inequality of opportunity in British society.
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UKIP are a long way right of the Conservatives though and last time round the Conservatives couldn't even make enough seats to get close to a look in. I don't see an obvious UKIP electorate yet.

While not socialist British people are inherently egalitarian and the situation at the moment (for many years actually, being honest) on income inequality and social mobility is basically an omnishambles. You have to go back to pre-WW2 to find the same class divides and inequality of opportunity in British society.
They would have won the Eastleigh election had there been no postal votes

UKIP will probably not get any seats but they'll get more and more support.

Whether it does make a difference, i'm not sure. But there's buga all chance of Cameron getting back into power. Doesn't help when you have a chancellor that's rivaling Gordon Brown as the worst thing ever to step into Number 11
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