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  • PR is NOT the way forward. I have been reading up about
    so complicated God Knows Where my vote will go At least with first past the post I know where my vote went and If the candidate that I voted for Won or Lost LEAVE WELL ALONE First past the post is easy to understand Also I understand that with PR there is more likelyhood of a Hung Parliament Look at this Fiasco Do we really want this every election I Think Not Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co uk 1 hi programmes the daily politics 7949104 stm from the Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election Political Parties Video UK General Election Hung Parliament Should the Government Ban the Islam4UK Wootton Bassett March Poll Halting Immigration Would be Economic Suicide for the UK Unite Against Fascism UAF BNP Immigration Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote 2010 General Election Results UK Electoral Reform Alternative Vote System Tory MP Philip Hollobone May Face Criminal Prosecution Over De Veiling Request Election 2010 Conservative Minority Government Good for Labour Broken Britain Broken Society and

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  • Proportional Representation : The Single Transferable Vote
    STV do to British Politics The single transferable vote system would transform parliament we d be highly unlikely to ever see another majority government With current polls showing the popular vote almost split 3 way we might expect to see the share of seats shared almost equally between the three main parties with the smaller parties gaining the odd seat My only real concern about this voting system is it would almost certainly result in BNP MPs how many I don t know On the face of it having one BNP MP is bad but 1 MP has no power in parliament and with the BNP only gaining 0 7 of the popular vote in 2005 I find it highly unlikely to see the BNP number of MPs being significant Have a few extremist MPs would be worth having a new system that resulted in a truly representative parliament I don t like the Green party or UKIP but they hold views many in our society hold and it s wrong not to have someone representing them in politics 3 responses to Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote Previous 1 2 3 J Gasper Comment on Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote At the moment al the big mioan parties are widely despised aren t they They all showed up shamefully in the expenses scandal They took massive amounts of illegal fuinding from non doms criminals and tax exiles to fund their election campaigns They are all lying about the financial mess they have got us into weighed down with debt and with the EU bleeding our economy dry It s time to let some of those unorthodox non conformist parties in to power and provide some meaningful choice for the electorate Without it the whole election is a sham Reply to Comment Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote David Comment on Proportional Representation The Single Transferable Vote The only reason why UKIP and the BNP and other smaller parties didn t get caught out in the expenses scandal is they don t have any MPs to be caught out UKIP and BNP MEPs and councillors have been caught out on similar things though so they are no less selfish as the other parties The whole expenses system was bound to fail in this way since the whole premise was MPs can claim for anything they want as the expenses are a replacement for MPs wage increases because the British people already think MPs are paid too much Rather than giving MPs a wage like 80K plus a year they gave them 64K a year plus 20K expenses which the vast majority of MPs took in full or very close to full It really makes me laugh that multimillionaires like David Cameron complained at the expenses scandal when if you asked a person in the street if you were a multi millionaire MP like David Cameron would you take a 64K 120K if a minister wage packet and claim 20K

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  • 2010 General Election Results
    s use common sense a very British element We could re arrange the constituencies to be fairer but I support a system where power is given to one winning party Furthermore I want an MP that is answerable to my constituency not my vote to go just to the general pot Reply to Comment 2010 General Election Results ste Comment on 2010 General Election Results i think the conservatives won the election as they have the larger of the vote so it would be wrong for labour to stay in power i voted labour so i am not bias when i say this although i dont want to see a conservative govenment they should be in as thats how people have voted here is an idea for a proportional representation system 1 there are 500 seats in parliment 2 1 of the vote gets 5 seats in parliment 3 the party with the largest of the vote is the one who gets the premiership this system may well give undesirable parties such as BNP seats but this would be a fair system and if that is how people have voted then so be it ste Reply to Comment 2010 General Election Results David Comment on 2010 General Election Results In your proportional representation system above which unfortunate 5 constituencies have a BNP MP despite not gaining most of the vote in that area Fortunately there are workable PR voting systems like the single transferable vote that won t result in MPs with no real support in an area like your suggested system would have BTW your idea wouldn t work with independents or parties that don t field 500 candidates either David Reply to Comment 2010 General Election Results Francesca Tally Comment on 2010 General Election Results Well said whatever system we use must give a final winner one only I totally agree Reply to Comment VoterA Comment on 2010 General Election Results Regardless of who our next Prime Minister is Thursday s election will mark the moment when leadership of the country passed from the Baby Boom Generation to Generation Jones GenJones which is the heretofore lost generation between the Boomers and Xers will constitute the largest generational segment in the new Parliament as many Boomer MPs are replaced by Jonesers It looks like significant media attention has accompanied this generational transition in numerous countries If GenJoneser Cameron becomes PM I wonder if we will see the kind of GenJones media buzz that happened when GenJonesers Obama Sarkozy and Merkel took over power from their Boomer predecessors I quite enjoyed this piece about GenJones in the Indy last week which discusses Cameron and Clegg s identities as GenJonesers http www independent co uk opinion commentators jonathan pontell cleggs rise is the sound of generation jones clearing its throat 1961191 html And I thought there was a pretty decent overview about GenJones in the UK here And I laughed clip by Jonathan Ross about Generation Jones Reply to Comment 2010

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  • 2010 General Election Results
    a terribly clever chap or just another bigot Reply to Comment cameron Comment on 2010 General Election Results I think that Labour should stay in as i woyld hate to see the conservaratives in anyway Reply to Comment ian Comment on 2010 General Election Results I think a hung parliament is a good thing at least it will stop the Tories from going beserk Reply to Comment Shorts Comment on 2010 General Election Results If one looks at the total number of votes cast for each of the political parties which is an electoral system reform that the Liberal Democrats are pushing for under the prevailing circumstances a coalition of the Labour and Liberal Democrat parties could be seen as possibly the best result for the voters of both parties given that their individual election party manifestos are more similar than that of the Conservatives Reply to Comment 2010 General Election Results Dr D Comment on 2010 General Election Results Why should the parties who won the fewest seats assume they have the right to form a government It is hardly logical to say that the combined votes of all other parties give them a mandate to govern if those who voted Lib Dems wanted a Labour government then they should have voted Labour It cannot be considered democractic to ignore the wishes of those people who gave the Conservatives the largest single number of seats And if it weren t for the Scottish vote The Tories would have a majority of over 100 seats Reply to Comment 2010 General Election Results David Comment on 2010 General Election Results You are absolutely right there s no difference between a Labour Lib Dem coalition and a Conservative Lib Dem coalition If two parties can work together the government will reflect more of the countries choice of who they wanted in power Since the Conservatives have 36 of the vote and Labour 29 the possible coalitions would represent Labour Lib Dem 52 of the popular vote Conservative Lib Dem 59 of the popular vote So if Labour could form a coalition just with the Lib Dems which they can t they d need the SDLP and the SNP as well they d have less of a mandate than a Conservative Lib Dem coalition government Since Labour would need the Lib Dems the SDLP and the SNP to form a majority government if they could get a government with this mix the popular vote would be about 54 so still the Conservative Lib Dem coalition has more support in terms of covering more peoples votes Note I m a Labour voter so you can trust me when I say the Conservatives have more of a mandate than Labour IF they both some how could form a coalition government All of this doesn t really matter all that matters is if Labour or the Conservatives can claim government and not loose a vote of confidence and that requires a coalition government with a majority

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  • I believe that your statement about Caroline Lucas beng the first Green
    t name them with 100 certainty at this moment NB In France there is a second round between the 1st and 2nd places if an outright majority is not attained in the 1st round they call the rounds tours SO Essentially the system is 1st past the post What s more I believe although it might be worth checking out That Noël Mamère doesn t normally need a second round to keep his seat YES it s even a safe seat Although I urge you to maybe double chack on the finer details of this comment More Comments by Darren Thomas 2010 General Election Results PS My sincerest congratulations to Caroline all the same Continue Reading 2010 General Election Results Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co uk 1 hi programmes the daily politics 7949104 stm from the Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election Political Parties Video UK General Election Hung Parliament Should the Government Ban the Islam4UK Wootton Bassett March Poll Halting Immigration Would be Economic Suicide for the

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  • I got the figures online (multiple sources are using the same numbers),
    all the numbers and then working out the s myself Thanks for letting me know of a possible problem I have to admit I m a little anal retentive when it comes to statistics and maths and would hate to have the wrong numbers 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 votes reasons described multiple times in the Continue Reading Reasons to Vote BNP Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are

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  • I’ve checked the general election results %s and there’s nothing wrong with
    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 votes reasons described multiple times in the Continue Reading Reasons to Vote BNP Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co uk 1 hi programmes the daily politics 7949104 stm from the Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election Political Parties Video UK General Election

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  • 2010 General Election Results
    May The Conservative Party only managed to poll 10 706 647 of those votes So 18 946 991 people voted for other parties so the Conservatives only have the support of the about the third of the electorate Reply to Comment Peter Jones Comment on 2010 General Election Results The total of all the votes cast in support of parties other than the Consevertives was 18 946 991 A rejection of Cameron s manifesto by about two out of every three electors Reply to Comment Rita Comment on 2010 General Election Results re Peter Jones In that vain of thought 71 of the voters rejected Labour Lie bore and 77 rejected the Lib Dems so I guess that makes the Tories the least rejected Reply to Comment andy Comment on 2010 General Election Results where have you been to think that labour has done a good job anything they done was on borrowed money which we cant afford someone needs to get the books balanced and you want to trust the morons that put us in this position Labour party undignified granny sellers Reply to Comment mohammed ahmed Comment on 2010 General Election Results i think you people are forgetting what the labour party has acheived in the last 13 years all these benefits these child tax credits that you take for granted were not backed and were opposed by a tory opposition so dont start complaining if the tories cutur benefits Reply to Comment MM Comment on 2010 General Election Results I think you forget that much of the excessive spending under the labour government including your benefits contributed to the absolutely appauling state of our country s finances Reply to Comment Darren Thomas Comment on 2010 General Election Results I believe that your statement about Caroline Lucas beng the first Green MP anywhere in the world under a 1st past the post system is incorrect It s certain that in France there has been at least one that I can name being Noel Mamère MP for Bègles sub division of Bordeaux I believe that there have been and are other Green MP s in France although I can t name them with 100 certainty at this moment NB In France there is a second round between the 1st and 2nd places if an outright majority is not attained in the 1st round they call the rounds tours SO Essentially the system is 1st past the post What s more I believe although it might be worth checking out That Noël Mamère doesn t normally need a second round to keep his seat YES it s even a safe seat Although I urge you to maybe double chack on the finer details of this comment Reply to Comment 2010 General Election Results Darren Thomas Comment on 2010 General Election Results PS My sincerest congratulations to Caroline all the same Reply to Comment David Comment on 2010 General Election Results I was watching the news BBC news and one of

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