UK General Election 2015

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Tynamuna

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I am studying at LLC next year and im really dreading it. Totally pissed that they raised the fee from 3000 to 9000, in one year!!!! What huge events tok place so that they needed to raise the fees. They new model of aston martin cars probably came out!

I'm preparing my self to getting royaly f*cked in the ass
 
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Anonymous

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Actually in the swedish elections i voted for miljopartiet
So...... Get your facts right, but i'm guessing you are a troll. I'm not a socialist but the uk needed the Labour party, there a great class difference that country. People voted for Cameron because they have it well of and want to keep it that way and selfishly disregard the masses in need

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Are you serious?

Mijlopartiet (The Green Party) is a socialist party and they are in power with the socialists. It is incredible how deluded their own voters are which only confirms what most people already knew. Miljopartiet is a party for hipster sheep as you call the ones that you are yourself a part of.

Good looking well dressed people are conservative and the rest dressed in rags are socialists and envy those in the money. I always find socialists and their ugly mugs and boring lives very entertaining. You could have picked them all out at kindergarten studies show.

"Life isn't fair", well deal with it dirty workers and be thankful rich people are creating jobs for you.

You call Moz a troll by saying he says things only to shock and not because that is his view which is because his views are not the same as yours and still you call yourself a fan.
 

Johnny Barleycorn

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I don't live in the uk, but i have this to say.
You blew it people! I'am amazed that so many students wanted the tory to win. Don't you know that they will screw up all of your tuition fees by about a thousand quid.

I'm guessing that those were the student whose tuition fee is payed by daddy and mommy

Congrats Cameron, your biggest weapon in this election, was that the audience were fools

Cameron's biggest weapon was Miliband, ably backed by Balls, Harman, McCluskey, Burn'them, Sturgeon and Salmond. To put a cherry on top Miliband then decided to involve a fifty year old comedian dressed as an air hostess and, in a fit of desperation, Russell Brand, the answer to a question no-one has ever asked.

Quite what Labour expected from this charabanc of perverts, psychopaths, well heeled professional socialists, and paedophiles enablers I'm not sure, but I'm glad they delivered for him.

By the way, when you shout "tuition fees!" would you care to explain the arrangements for paying them back, because it puts a somewhat different perspective on the £9000 a year. I'd do it but the thought of Morrissey bores me so utterly these days I find it hard to keep my eyes open.
 
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Anonymous

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Students are murder and there are no jobs for them regardless of how much they study. No studies should be based on tax money as I believe the rich are the ones that should and will control society and the poor and useless can stay where they are in the gutter cause that is where they belong.

Problem with society these days is that everyone wants the same things and everyone cannot have the same things as the rich and beautiful. The poor who stole the posh things in life killed the fun and ruined a culture that meant we were moving forward.

I never hear students complain about the real reason for their struggles, namely immigration and imported workers lowering salaries for everyone. I am not prepared to spend my tax money on uni students trained to become the futures communists. Posh universities teach people the real values but the rest are just socialist brain washing camps and the problems we all see are a result of that.

Students are murder.
 

Charlie Cheswick

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Students are murder and there are no jobs for them regardless of how much they study. No studies should be based on tax money as I believe the rich are the ones that should and will control society and the poor and useless can stay where they are in the gutter cause that is where they belong.

Problem with society these days is that everyone wants the same things and everyone cannot have the same things as the rich and beautiful. The poor who stole the posh things in life killed the fun and ruined a culture that meant we were moving forward.

I never hear students complain about the real reason for their struggles, namely immigration and imported workers lowering salaries for everyone. I am not prepared to spend my tax money on uni students trained to become the futures communists. Posh universities teach people the real values but the rest are just socialist brain washing camps and the problems we all see are a result of that.

Students are murder.

OK, who let Putin on here?
 
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Tynamuna

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You need to go to specsavers if you consider Cameron to be beautiful......

Posh student are taught real values as much as the KKK members are educated in the importance of equality
 
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Anonymous

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You need to go to specsavers if you consider Cameron to be beautiful......

He looks great, cool and smart. Could not believe how fresh he looked today after not getting much sleep overnight. His wife is absolutely gorgeous. The bullies are conservative and successful and the bullied are socialist and failures in life because life is the same as it was at school and all the people confirm it.
 

MORRIZSEY

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Red: Labour
Yellow: Scottish National Party
Orange: Liberal Democrat
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Charlie Cheswick

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It was roughly 37% UK, but in England 41%

Oh, and some people think the map resembles this
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It does. By the ratio of how Conservative and Labour seats are divided up between them per votes cast, UKIP should have had something like 190 seats. It pisses me off feeling that I need to put their case forward but we're supposed to live in a democracy.

We need an overhaul of the electoral system so going to vote is worthwhile.

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MORRIZSEY

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It does. By the ratio of how Conservative and Labour seats are divided up between them per votes cast, UKIP should have had something like 190 seats. It pisses me off feeling that I need to put their case forward but we're supposed to live in a democracy.

We need an overhaul of the electoral system so going to vote is worthwhile.

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To be fair there was a referendum a couple of years ago for electoral reform, and people chose status quo, so the man in the street is who you need to challenge on this one, and you know what Sid Vicious said about him
 

Charlie Cheswick

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To be fair there was a referendum a couple of years ago for electoral reform, and people chose status quo, so the man in the street is who you need to challenge on this one, and you know what Sid Vicious said about him

Many moons ago when I did my politics degree as part of it we studied the various voting systems and it turned out that the one that we were offered was just as undemocratic as the one we had in place. Now, I assume that the people who offered this as the only alternative option knew we were being offered a dud. You could say it was a deliberate attempt to keep things as they were while gently brushing the issue of electoral reform away. Forgive me for being cynical but that's a result of living under crooks for decades.

What I'm talking about is changing what we have for something more democratic. I don't see why any right minded person would have a problem with this.
 

MORRIZSEY

Wrong species
Many moons ago when I did my politics degree as part of it we studied the various voting systems and it turned out that the one that we were offered was just as undemocratic as the one we had in place. Now, I assume that the people who offered this as the only alternative option knew we were being offered a dud. You could say it was a deliberate attempt to keep things as they were while gently brushing the issue of electoral reform away. Forgive me for being cynical but that's a result of living under crooks for decades.

What I'm talking about is changing what we have for something more democratic. I don't see why any right minded person would have a problem with this.

Tell us your idea
 
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Anonymous

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"How to win friends and influence people" tip for Russell Brand (you never know, his cat might be reading) : possibly, next time, avoid saying you know what people in Enfield think just by looking at their faces?
This almost never works, and usually pisses people off.

You're probably no mind-reader, just a rich dude with a cool kitchen (about the size of my old flat).
Yes, I know, I should have told you earlier, but somewhere along the way, I stopped caring. :D

Anyway; Enjoy the Community Service! :)

(On a side note, UK citizens, I'm available for chaining myself to trees in national parks to protest the fracking up the arse that your country is about to experience. Just yell, and I'll be there faster than an unskilled migrant worker.)(that. once. was. me.)
 
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