Started by alfred, June 14, 2022, 07:59:22 AM
Quote from: Jacqueline on June 16, 2022, 10:23:11 AMRaven, do spoil your ballot paper, I did that last time, when I had a council choice between the liberals and plydd wouldn't vote for either, but I did write something across my ballot paper just to let them know I was unhappy, otherwise they think you don't care.
Quote from: GrannyMac on June 15, 2022, 09:27:32 AMI think a lot of us may well not vote Raven. Its all getting a bit extreme. I just want a society where individual choice and endeavour is valued, along with proper support for the genuinely vulnerable. A decent flat rate state pension for all; more social housing (without RTB) for low paid workers; increased numbers of police, realistic sentencing and a proper overhaul of the NHS. Also much speedier processing of asylum applications, plus efficient removals of all overstayers. The Tories have had a rough few years with Brexit and Covid, but haven't really grasped what the public want, and all Labour do is snipe.
Quote from: Cassandra on June 16, 2022, 05:38:46 PMI concur GM, I won't ever vote again. I couldn't bring myself to support this dreadful man Johnson and Starmer who spent four years attempting to reverse the referendum result - never, nor the party either for that matter. Although I could vote I don't think it's equitable to live permanently abroad and then try to influence affairs with a 'non-sequitur' vote from 4,000 miles away.As I've said previously, Johnson should grant Scotland another Independence Referendum and whatever the outcome Scottish MP's to then be precluded from Westminster as part of the deal to grant Sturgeon her ballot. We'd of course still have to honour the 'Barnet Formula, but at least the SNP couldn't further distort events in England. I'd also grant the same to the other devolved parliaments in Wales and Belfast.
Quote from: Raven on June 16, 2022, 07:36:46 PMCass, As I keep saying I'm not up on politics at all, just know what I like and would like to see happen.I was always under the impression that the 4 Countries that make up the UK were in an equal Partnership/Union.Why is it then that England gets to call the shots?If one of the countries wants to leave why should they have to ask England's permission? Hardly seems like an equal partnership to me.
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