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308 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Scotland 3) Bernard Je... · 0 replies · +1 points

I really think it's time to say goodbye......it's a no win situation....we will end up with a permarendum.

There are more upsides for the UK than downsides and we have all ignored this

Our GDP per capita will increase.....it will spike ukip as they will finally see that a country without international trade treaties will crash and burn.......it will see a revolt in Scotland against socialism as the money runs out and a return to Conservatism

And as a plus point we save on the subsidies via the Barnett formula

And in 2020 Scotland will want to come back...but on OUR terms

308 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Scotland 4) Goodbye Br... · 0 replies · +1 points

All Scottish MPs have a London domicilary

321 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - How we won Newark · 0 replies · +1 points

I can only tell you what was happening yesterday when people actually voted I had no LibDems approach me but plenty of Labour voters who told me that they were switching. I can't recall seeing one LibDem poster nor doorstepping one

321 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - How we won Newark · 0 replies · +1 points

I tell you what its so much better now in association meetings all the single issue saddos that had their own agenda have gone off to ukip and causing mayhem there. Meanwhile we can have sensible discussions and actually plan things without someone throwing their toys out of their pram. I used to dread these meetings now its fun again!

321 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - How we won Newark · 2 replies · +1 points

21 years is NOT a fledgling party please stop using that very poor and now debunked excuse to apologise for the fact that ukip are not as popular as the kippers like to think this is the actual reality

321 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - How we won Newark · 2 replies · +1 points

It was amazing to hear the palpable anti ukip feeling coming from voters of all parties. I feel that there was a stop ukip at any price movement, not coordinated but it seems those feelings run very very deep I have never experienced anything like this in 40 years volunteering for the Party

321 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - How we won Newark · 0 replies · +1 points

I didnt hide this when you asked I gave you the facts and by the way I am only one who this happened to there are 500 of us that have similar experiences yesterday and the result tells you that this happened. Whilst ukip continue to shout at people through megaphones, disappear into the pub when any other party is out canvassing, drive around in poster covered vans they will not win a single seat. The worst was having a raving nutjob tallying at a polling station who kept shouting at the voters going in. Not a good thing to do.

321 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - How we won Newark · 2 replies · +1 points

Some did actually about 30 or 40 and some said it was just a protest on this occasion in the low 100's

321 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - How we won Newark · 0 replies · +1 points

Well here is one active member that actually saw and participated in the Newark by election. There are still 1000's of us in the party. Ukip wont win where it counts as they spend too much time in the pub, shouting at people through megaphones or just driving around in a poster covered vehicle

321 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - How we won Newark · 5 replies · +1 points

I was in Bingham yesterday knocking up. Really surprised by how many voters came up to me saying that they had previously voted Labour but were now voting Conservative just to stop Ukip.