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    Default General Election 2015

    Well, it's come round again, and it looks like it's going to be a nail-biter. No-one can guess who's going to win!

    http://mycountdown.org/fullpage.php?...0&timezone=UTC

    BBC election webpage added:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election/2015
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    What the latest opinion polls are saying: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/politics/poll-tracker

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    I personally think we'll just get 'more of the same' no matter which party (or parties) sits in power.

    Cameron has proven what an absolute incompetent sh*t he is.
    Miliband is a joke, and not a very funny one.
    Clegg is a duplicitous little snake.
    Farage has a party full of nutters.

    It really is about time this country developed a few real statesmen who would run the country properly and not for their own personal gain.

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    I don't propose to vote, neither does any of my family.
    Any form of democratic governance in this country collapsed years ago.
    It is a complete farce.

    I agree with your comments about the parties.
    If it ever comes to a war, you could say we are in a spot of bother.

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    The PM dropped by during the week; still not convinced I'll vote for him - or anyone else!
    http://www.coventrytelegraph.net/new...kshire-8595464

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    Camoron will be the last I vote for. The man (along with the rest of his unelected rabble) has been an unmitigated disaster.

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    The Eton boy looks like a right gormless dunce in those pictures at the Sikh Temple.
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    He looks what he is Margaret.

    He might have a 'good' background but that doesn't actually mean he's got any common sense, ability, or is even any good at the job he got via his connections.

    Sadly, the second most ineffective PM in recent history is now grovelling to all and sundry in a pathetic effort to retain his office. Hell will freeze over before I vote for the nasty little tick.

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    As I haven't voted for many years and no intention of doing so, perhaps I shouldn't make a comment on the disappearance of politics and proper political discussion from Britain over the last 30 years. Suffice to say we have no control whatsoever over what goes on in this country and I am astonished that this voting farce still carries on and that even intelligent people still seem to think that it will do some good.

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    De Gaul did us a favour by keeping us out of the common market. Such a shame that Heath hadn't got the brains he was born with and didn't know how to take the hint. Heath signed away this country's sovereignty in the early 60s, and no matter what the current politicians will tell you, we ain't getting out of Europe easily or soon. (Another war being discounted.) - Watch what happens with Greece...

    I have always said that the only good thing to ever come out of Europe was the transport back to the UK. However, with the unrelenting and unwarranted attacks that Irritating Duncan Smith (Proven liar if you haven't forgotten!) is making on those less fortunate, I'm beginning to think that the EU courts might be a good thing.

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    The station's the latest place to hear the footsteps following the election trail: http://www.coventrytelegraph.net/new...ion-on-8702232

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    The Lib. Dem candidate for Rugby's been announced: http://www.rugbyadvertiser.co.uk/new...nced-1-6626765

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    When the Liberal Democrats pick up the seat of Rugby...
    What planet is he on?

    That duplicitous little t*rd Clegg has finished the LimpDems. They have no chance of picking up new seats and will be bl**dy lucky to hang on to most of what they have.

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    For goodness, just have the bleeding debates, with or without the PM!
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-31928638

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    Ever heard of an Eton Mess? I think we'll be seeing one if he attends.

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    Haha! Yes, that could be his problem.

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