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    Euro elections

    This is not a lie, I've had 2 leaflets addressed to me thru the door, one from Labour and one from the Tories , I don't know why they bother, they have no chance here I wonder where they got my name from?

    Anyway my misses had one up to now, not from Labour or even the Tories.. but addressed to her from the BNP , and I'm not joking, misses wasn't happy thou
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    Everyone is getting them. We've had one from UKIP, in fact that was the first to arrive. It's a pity the paper is a bit smooth to use as toilet paper.

    I've already voted by post.
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    My wife received a Tory one personally addressed.

    I didn't receive anything so far


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    C'mon UKIP


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    I normally vote by post, but received a poll card for some reason, my past experience using poll card is that you have to vote for a named person and it doesn't tell you what party they represent, so that's me out this time!


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    Quote Originally Posted by les_taxi View Post
    C'mon UKIP
    lol UKIP are gonna whitewash them all away thats why they ( the other parties ) are running scared they don,t know how to combat ukip.everybody I know are talking about ukip now like never before .they are switching over in droves.


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    Yes it's what's needed


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    well as posted we've had 3 here, and the BNP one made me laugh

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    Quote Originally Posted by les_taxi View Post
    Yes it's what's needed
    ... UKIP for me!


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    I watch question time the other night and our Nigel was on the panel, he came across very well again, he says it just like it is i feel, while others try to skirt around the questions he was straight to the point, i do hope they will do well


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    UKIP this time, for the General Election it is between UKIP or LAB.... it all depends who looks best in a nurses outfit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Win2Win View Post
    UKIP this time, for the General Election it is between UKIP or LAB.... it all depends who looks best in a nurses outfit
    Well ... ... not the Shadow "Chancer"!

    's for sure! ... his surname's the wrong gender if nothing else.


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    Besides ... ... the only way he "gets off" (his mark!) is by "banging" another person's !


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    Now, his boss ... the other Ed ... ... he's halfway there already - given his [startling!] resemblance to a tailor's dummy.


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    Btw, folks ... Myrna's got herself a job as an enumerator at the Euro Elections.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    Btw, folks ... Myrna's got herself a job as an enumerator at the Euro Elections.
    well done to your misses Arthur
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    Quote Originally Posted by joebloggs View Post
    well done to your misses Arthur
    Thanks, Joe ... it's a start! Hopefully, it will, in turn, lead to further appointments ... just as I began as a Polling Clerk in 1982 and finished up being a Presiding Officer for the next three decades.


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    well hopefully your wife will be called on this time next year to, if not before
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    Quote Originally Posted by joebloggs View Post
    well hopefully your wife will be called on this time next year to, if not before
    Yup ... the thing is, ALL teachers in the *Phils are recruited for those tasks at *their Elections. So she's had bags of experience at it.

    It would be good if this were to be a stepping stone to taking part at the forthcoming Scottish Independence Referendum in September.

    Here's hoping!


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