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Kaytee posted:

As someone who loathes the whole lot of them, I did think that JC had principles if very little else. However, his one ambition seems to be to get himself into number 10 these days. He promised students to get rid of tuition fees ,then reneged on that one by stating it was an ambition not a promise...I could go on

You are right Dame about the Lib Dems.In my younger days I was an agent for a prospective councillor for the very reason you stated, we were and they still are a cabal of opportunists without a principle between them

As for the Tories...well......I have always railed against the selling off of utilities and transport, I have travelled widely on continental railways and they work well.there is a caveat though, they are run properly by people who know their business, this didn't apply to our services back in the day

In the end there is nobody in this pathetic parliament that I could vote for, there has to be an election to have a clear out. Will I vote? Yes on a matter of principle, but for whom?

I’ve always had what I consider a healthy cynicism about politicians , but,  for the first time in over half a century , at this point in time I think I’ll have to abstain because I couldn’t in all conscience vote for any of them ! Boris has totally lost the plot and conservatives have managed to blow themselves apart ! Swinson,  I don’t know enough about , but the liberals are the party of remain, so.......and over the last three years JC has proved himself to be as much of turncoat and power whore as all the others imo . Not one solid , consistent principle between the lot of them  

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