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  • Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty
    one thing at election time and do another when elected if it isn t the we have no plans to cop out answer it s a down right lie David 4 responses to Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty Previous 1 2 3 Boo Comment on Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty Its quite easy for people to judge Nick Clegg and the illegals in the UK However they have forgotten that Nick has been the only person to come out with not just a reasonable but the best solution to the problem Lets face the fact that Nick did not get the right figures saying that there are 600 000 illegals in the UK but actually there are over 1 5million illegals in the UK which includes asians africans from the common wealth countries and are exercising their treaty for the british colonialism in the past Are the british not just caucasians but all racial backgrounds ready to do the jobs that the illegal immigrants do e g cleaning pizza delievry mcdonalds assistants care assistants chinese delivery ticket attendants etc and lets remember all these jobs mentioned are all at the minimum wage of 5 50p h Also putting it at the back of our minds that these people do not receive benefits but are increasing our economy Cast your votes properly and think carefully LIB DEM ALL THE WAY Reply to Comment Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty Diego Comment on Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty So far from a financial burden as some suggest this new research has found an amnesty could be worth up to 3 billion a year to the country s economy The study also demolishes the argument that an amnesty would inevitably lead to increased migration to the UK and identifies effective border controls as the vital factor in controlling and deterring illegal immigration Reply to Comment Ogiugo Comment on Get serious Get serious If you are advocating against amnesty you are not doing it for the benefit of the country but you are being a racist and a big bigot Illegal immigrants contributes immensely to the development of the nations economy because they all work and pay tax They are not lazy and doesn t go for plenty children I as an illegal immigrant have worked peacefully in this country for nine good years and i have paid tax likewise thousands of other illegal immigrants that I know It is time this country learn from Spain and Italy These nations are benefiting greatly from immigrant in the sense that they grant them amnesty all the time and they have to renew their papers every year but before doing so these immigrants have to provide proof that they have worked and pay tax for the year so as a result they are no illegal employment in these two countries All immigrant are working and contributing to the development of their economy What will Britain loose as a nation

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  • Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election
    suggest supporters of all parties do a little research into the people they are supporting Ignorant racists are not welcome in this country Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election Mary Comment on Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election The Liberal Democrats are the only real option to voters which have had enough of Labour and Conservative governments which have been in power for over 100yrs and damage democracy in the process It s time for a change and the Liberal Democrats are the only party with enough support to put up a fight with David Cameron s think of them self first Tories and Gordon Brown s out of touch not so new Labour All the smaller party supporters need to vote Liberal Democrat to bring in proportional representation it s our only hope of ever gaining the power our parties deserve The Green party over 1 million votes and no MPS it s not democratic Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election Whilst I agree that the LibDems are the only real party with any mass support currently 62 MPs that can challenge the main two parties I feel that they LibDems are a little to weak on policy not as in they don t have many meaning the policies they do have are not strong enough to deal with the current problems in the country Reply to Comment Anon Comment on Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election I do think more people should vote Lib Dem instead of BNP or UKIP From what I ve heard so far the Lib Dem s policies are impressive including their plans to tax the profits of banks in order to try and counter the obscene government deficit and their impressive and transparent history of expenses claims for anyone who still cares And for all the people that say they ll never get in please vote for them anyway because x amount of they ll never get in s amount to a significant voting percentage And if they dont get in then you can change it to I told you so but at least when you say that the figures should be a lot more impressive Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election Robert Comment on Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election I dont know who to vote for yet but i will vote as a 27 year old i have only experienced a labour government should i let older voters pressure me to not vote conservative Reply to Comment Choggy Comment on Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election The Lib Dems oppose the nanny state and are pro personal freedom and by logical extension are inclusive of differing creeds sexualities races etc They re against the war in Iraq along with most of the British public it would

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  • I’m voting for the Lib Dems instead of labour, because of their
    the Digital Economy Bill DEBill which is a very dangerous bill which threatens us with disconnection from the internet and national web censorship They also will propose a bill to reverse all of the police terrorism laws introduced to have more control over the population These laws take away fundamental rights and are often used to suppress demonstrations of free speech That is why I m voting Lib Dem I am usually a Labour supporter and prefer Gordon Brown but I m voting in an attempt to take us away from a V for Vendetta future Popular Vote British National Party Also see the BNP Manifesto 2010 The British National Party Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election To traditional Labour voters and those that care about workers Why Vote Labour Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election Reasons to Vote United Kingdom Independence Party UKIP 2010 General Election Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election Liberal Democrats Policies Pensions and Benefits Coalition Governments Can Labour and the Liberal Democrats Play Nice Liberal Democrats Policies

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  • The best reason not to vote Lib Dem is their mantra in
    Lib Dem is their mantra in relation to proportional representation If voting patterns in the EU election were followed the BNP would secure 45 seats in the Commons In a hung parliament that is a significant powerbase which would skew certain policies towards the far right it would have to otherwise the voting block would not suupport the leading party The Lib Dems have singly refused to answer this question EU election 7 o vote with 1 2Million equates to 45 out of 635 seats Popular Vote British National Party Also see the BNP Manifesto 2010 The British National Party Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election To traditional Labour voters and those that care about workers Why Vote Labour Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election Reasons to Vote United Kingdom Independence Party UKIP 2010 General Election Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election Liberal Democrats Policies Pensions and Benefits Coalition Governments Can Labour and the Liberal Democrats Play Nice Liberal Democrats Policies Economy Liberal Democrats Policies Government and Civil Liberties Liberal Democrats Policies

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  • “If voting patterns in the EU election were followed the BNP would
    BNP 5 their vote wouldn t be enough to gain a seat and their votes would be shared to other candidates 2nd choice with more than 5 of the vote Biggest concern regarding the BNP is in areas where they might gain over 10 of the vote like with the EU elections they might scrape through a few MPs A handful of BNP MPs will have no real power in government David More Comments by David What is Racism BNP are a Political Party are in Decline If you ve been following the BNP since just before the 2010 general election you d know the BNP are in real trouble with infighting money problems and generally self destructive behaviour Apparently BNP councilors are jumping ship and joining the English Democrats for Continue Reading What is Racialism UK Local Elections May 5th 2011 Alternative Vote Better than First Past the Post Although I don t particularly like the Alternative Vote system I agree with Nick a miserable little compromise it s at least better than First Past the Post voting system The vast majority of MPs in the country will be unaffected by AV Continue Reading UK Local Elections May 5th 2011 2010 General Election Results The authors name is David Law Continue Reading General Election Results 2010 General Election Results This site runs on WordPress and uses the poll plugin called WP Polls from http lesterchan net portfolio programming php so if you want to use the same poll software you ll need a WordPress site first David Continue Reading General Election Results Vote BNP I no longer moderate this site my son Caleb runs it now so you ll need to ask him regarding polls Regarding the BNP votes in the poll despite removing quite a lot of BNP

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  • Ah ha! So it’s only PR if it works for one party, but
    college state by state which can yield occasional perverse outcomes So what the system is mostly fair and virtually always decisive Give me government by the many Tory or whoever with most seats over pop idol by the few any day of the week More Comments by JimBo Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote Harry I on the other hand understand the basis of our parliamentary system it is parliamentary representation Let me explain When I cast my vote I was NOT voting for PM or for the whole nation I was voting for Continue Reading Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote Conservatives Win the 2010 General Election D M Evans You are the 1st person to put this snippet from Lady T in its proper context magnificent clarification I will never misuse that quote again You have genuinely educated me Continue Reading Conservatives Win the 2010 General Election Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll Rachel You seemed to recognise Adolf Hitler rather quickly Is he your uncle Continue Reading Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Ian Oh I see I m sorry for your loss Why not give these guys a bit of time after all this is the risk with hung parliaments Give politicians enough closed doors anyone can do a coalition Continue Reading Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Ian You are beginning to sound like Nigel Farage Are you a member of UKIP Continue Reading Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Popular Vote British National Party Also see the BNP Manifesto 2010 The British National Party Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election

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  • This time last year, I was looking forward to having a vote
    reasonable expectations that you would have had your party align itself with Labour with whom your party had much more in common as seen in the three televised leaders discussions You really let down yourselves and the people who voted for your policies by tying yourselves into negotiating with the party who secured the most seats rather than dealing with the party that would have seen your party achieve much more of its election agenda It would be very foolish for people to now vote for electrical reform which is likely to leave your party in a similar circumstance more often but it would have been a fantastic idea had Nick Clegg and your party shown on this initial occasion that policies highlighted in those three televised discussions were of utmost concern in all your negotiations Popular Vote British National Party Also see the BNP Manifesto 2010 The British National Party Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election To traditional Labour voters and those that care about workers Why Vote Labour Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat

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  • I have to admit I was all for the AV system before
    best system but better than first past the post voting system However the way the Lib Dems have betrayed their voters I voted Labour but my second choice would have been Lib Dems is really putting me off rewarding the Lib dems by voting yes in the AV vote I thought a Labour Lib Dems coalition government would have been a good thing because I ve always seen the Lib Dems as not power hungry you don t become a Lib dem for power but the Lib Dems appear to be as corrupt and power hungry as the other parties very disappointing Popular Vote British National Party Also see the BNP Manifesto 2010 The British National Party Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election To traditional Labour voters and those that care about workers Why Vote Labour Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Liberal Democrats to Win The General Election Election 2010 Lib Dems Illegal Immigration Amnesty Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General Election Reasons to Vote United Kingdom Independence Party UKIP 2010 General Election Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election Liberal Democrats Policies Pensions and Benefits Coalition Governments Can Labour and the Liberal

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