So what do you struggle to understand in the fact that the survey doesn't cover those party who "in your experience" aren't party members? And how does the non-party membership of the majority of those contributors you happen to know about have much relevance in determining the overall profile on here? How many of us do you know? You might have a point regarding the difference between party members and the wider electorate so I suggest you stick to that rather than the last twaddle.
Oddly enough this country is not wholly unaccustomed to that. However our usual response hasn't been to kow tow and give up.
I suspect most of us get that as a concept.
But at least you are consistent in your adoption of a policy of saying thank you and requesting another one.
She not only gave way - she even went out of her praise to praise the "statesmanship" of this shifty wee git Sanchez. Frankly it was an even more pitiful and mendacious performance than usual.
It's not selfish. But it does display a staggering lack of proportion that people are wittering on about a possible rebellion on fixed odds betting machines whilst showing every indication of being willing to swallow any old tut when it comes to kow-towing to the Eurocrats. Meanwhile though I remain wholly unconvinced that it is the task of a Conservative administration to prevent people from wasting their own money in whichever manner they prefer.
Much as I disagree with the judgement of previous policies and very probably the political assumptions of the author he is right in one respect. There is absolutely no political mileage in this.
I completely agree. This was an especially stupid and ill-considered area of the late, unlamented manifesto and should have been dumped into the dustbin of history.
Being brutally frank the more of them that vote in Cambridge the better. It's all the same to me whether they see fit to return a Socialist or a member of the left-wing Euro faithful.
Well actually you said we abandoned the idea 200 years ago. So makes you a lot further out than a mere 50 years. I hope you don't teach logic or maths either. Actually we are running out of subjects. Anyway to answer your query - I don't like any of them much. But then over the years I have very reluctantly come to prefer Gladstone anyway,
Good manifesto? As a libertarian supporter of long standing about to hit retirement it went out of its way to alienate me whilst sucking up to a bunch of soft left supporters of state interference and monitoring, foreign aid, government capital investment schemes, appeals to woolly Human Rights legislation and sundry people who were never going to vote Conservative under any circumstances. Then just to make sure they weren't converted we had the fox hunting nonsense. If it hadn't have been for those of us who are worried about Brexit going down the Swanee that buffoon Corbyn might even have won!
At least it is brief. Pity the manifesto wasn't truncated too.