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Aren't the Natsi party in this election the Tory party? After all they want a referendum on Europe and English only votes. What ever happened to their "Better Together" patter? You really couldn't make it up.

Scotland already has Scottish only votes - a shame cause it means no one sensible can stop the SNP giving the likes of Tom Hunter, Ann Gloag, Brian Souter, Tom Farmer or John Boyle their prescriptions for free; No-one sensible can stop the SNP giving free hospital parking spaces to Consultants in their Bentleys all at the expense of the patient care budget.

You're also not very good at history. The Conservatives want to give the UK electorate their democratic right to vote on continued membership of the EU. The Nazis on the other hand removed all democratic rights and denied people a voice forcing the parties will on the population using threats to silence opposition - very much like the post referendum Natsi Party who continue to deny the democratic will of the majority; who continue to boycott companies who stated an opposing opinion; and who continue to harass and threaten anyone speaking publicly for any of the Unionist Parties.

You''re right, you really couldn't make it up but it won't stop the likes of you from trying!

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I'll ask you the same question I've asked Dorothy and the other idiot.

How do you logically work out that voting SNP will get a UKIP-lite majority? Just because the slimey wee rat from the Scottish Red-Tories said so does not make it a logical reason.

I assume you understand the FPTP and two party system we have in Westminster?

If you do, you'll know the answer. There's only two parties who have a chance of forming a government in May, they are Labour and the Conservatives.

Ergo any seat lost by Labour to the SNP is good for the Tories. Ditto any seat lost by Tories to UKIP is good for Labour. Pretty simple really.

I'm voting SNP in May for tactical reasons. I want Labour to lose as many seats up here as possible, thus increasing the chances of David Cameron and George Osbourne remaining in power. A Tory majority in 2015 will hopefully make the proper cuts to the bloated welfare state and public sector that this country urgently needs.

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Aren't the Natsi party in this election the Tory party? After all they want a referendum on Europe and English only votes. What ever happened to their "Better Together" patter? You really couldn't make it up.

You think Scottish politicians should be able to vote on English only matters? I know we are over represented in Westminster, but that is ridiculous. We might aswell start having English MSP's in Holyrood if we are going to continue with that.

As for leaving the EU, fingers crossed!

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I assume you understand the FPTP and two party system we have in Westminster?

If you do, you'll know the answer. There's only two parties who have a chance of forming a government in May, they are Labour and the Conservatives.

Ergo any seat lost by Labour to the SNP is good for the Tories. Ditto any seat lost by Tories to UKIP is good for Labour. Pretty simple really.

I'm voting SNP in May for tactical reasons. I want Labour to lose as many seats up here as possible, thus increasing the chances of David Cameron and George Osbourne remaining in power. A Tory majority in 2015 will hopefully make the proper cuts to the bloated welfare state and public sector that this country urgently needs.

Westminster doesn't have a two party system - if it did then there would be no Labour party. I'm waiting for the Tory-Labour coalition to be formed in an attempt to create a two party system.

Any seat lost by Labour to the SNP increases the likelihood that the Tories will be the largest party, it doesn't mean that the Tories have a better chance at a majority - it doesn't gain the Tories anything, in fact the SNP are less likely to support the Tories than Labour is (though that isn't very likely either), so the Tories could potentially "lose out".

I'm expecting a Tory-UKIP coalition, created by only English MPs or, possibly, with the inclusion of N.I. Orange bigots too, and Labour to get humiliated in both Scotland and England, but still to do well in Wales. I think most of the seats UKIP win (there won't be that many) will be from Labour due to traditional Labour voters not be able to bring themselves to vote Tory.

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I assume you understand the FPTP and two party system we have in Westminster?

If you do, you'll know the answer. There's only two parties who have a chance of forming a government in May, they are Labour and the Conservatives.

Ergo any seat lost by Labour to the SNP is good for the Tories. Ditto any seat lost by Tories to UKIP is good for Labour. Pretty simple really.

I'm voting SNP in May for tactical reasons. I want Labour to lose as many seats up here as possible, thus increasing the chances of David Cameron and George Osbourne remaining in power. A Tory majority in 2015 will hopefully make the proper cuts to the bloated welfare state and public sector that this country urgently needs.

Westminster doesn't have a two party system - if it did then there would be no Labour party. I'm waiting for the Tory-Labour coalition to be formed in an attempt to create a two party system.

Any seat lost by Labour to the SNP increases the likelihood that the Tories will be the largest party, it doesn't mean that the Tories have a better chance at a majority - it doesn't gain the Tories anything, in fact the SNP are less likely to support the Tories than Labour is (though that isn't very likely either), so the Tories could potentially "lose out".

I'm expecting a Tory-UKIP coalition, created by only English MPs or, possibly, with the inclusion of N.I. Orange bigots too, and Labour to get humiliated in both Scotland and England, but still to do well in Wales. I think most of the seats UKIP win (there won't be that many) will be from Labour due to traditional Labour voters not be able to bring themselves to vote Tory.

My guess is that Tory: DUP coalition is more probable, I doubt UKIP will be required. I'd also expect this election to get a very poor turnout

Edited by Bloomsbury Bud

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Westminster doesn't have a two party system - if it did then there would be no Labour party. I'm waiting for the Tory-Labour coalition to be formed in an attempt to create a two party system.

Any seat lost by Labour to the SNP increases the likelihood that the Tories will be the largest party, it doesn't mean that the Tories have a better chance at a majority - it doesn't gain the Tories anything, in fact the SNP are less likely to support the Tories than Labour is (though that isn't very likely either), so the Tories could potentially "lose out".

I'm expecting a Tory-UKIP coalition, created by only English MPs or, possibly, with the inclusion of N.I. Orange bigots too, and Labour to get humiliated in both Scotland and England, but still to do well in Wales. I think most of the seats UKIP win (there won't be that many) will be from Labour due to traditional Labour voters not be able to bring themselves to vote Tory.

I think the SNP will make significant gains in Scotland but the reason for this will be because traditional Labour voters will believe they are delivering a kicking to their party whilst backing a party that they assume are basically Scottish Socialists. Then in the aftermath of the election it will become clear that because the SNP have made gains in Scotland it's damaged the Labour Party to the extent that even forming a coalition with the SNP they won't be able to form a government. At that point the SNP will start negotiations to form a coalition with the Conservatives with their sole demand in return for their support being another Independence Referendum - their single issue that they would sell their soul for.

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My guess is that Tory: DUP coalition is more probable, I doubt UKIP will be required. I'd also expect this election to get a very poor turnout

Surely the DUP would not be large enough to carry a majority - unless the Conservative s do much better than expected. Surely they would need the Lib Dems

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I think the SNP will make significant gains in Scotland but the reason for this will be because traditional Labour voters will believe they are delivering a kicking to their party whilst backing a party that they assume are basically Scottish Socialists. Then in the aftermath of the election it will become clear that because the SNP have made gains in Scotland it's damaged the Labour Party to the extent that even forming a coalition with the SNP they won't be able to form a government. At that point the SNP will start negotiations to form a coalition with the Conservatives with their sole demand in return for their support being another Independence Referendum - their single issue that they would sell their soul for.

That won't happen so the rest of your point is mute.

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Westminster doesn't have a two party system - if it did then there would be no Labour party. I'm waiting for the Tory-Labour coalition to be formed in an attempt to create a two party system.

Any seat lost by Labour to the SNP increases the likelihood that the Tories will be the largest party, it doesn't mean that the Tories have a better chance at a majority - it doesn't gain the Tories anything, in fact the SNP are less likely to support the Tories than Labour is (though that isn't very likely either), so the Tories could potentially "lose out".

I'm expecting a Tory-UKIP coalition, created by only English MPs or, possibly, with the inclusion of N.I. Orange bigots too, and Labour to get humiliated in both Scotland and England, but still to do well in Wales. I think most of the seats UKIP win (there won't be that many) will be from Labour due to traditional Labour voters not be able to bring themselves to vote Tory.

Sturgeon stated in Glasgow , that there would be no coalition with the conservative/unionist trumpets (trumpets is my word not hers). .

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No , it was just because you mentioned that that coalition possibility wasn't clear. .

I thought by saying that Labour were more likely to form a coalition with the Tories then it would be read that an SNP-Tory coalition wouldn't be happening. Maybe I thought wrong.

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Aren't the Natsi party in this election the Tory party? After all they want a referendum on Europe and English only votes. What ever happened to their "Better Together" patter? You really couldn't make it up.

Conversely, the SNP arguemnt was that we aren't 'better together' yet want to remain in Europe and retain the pound!

You really couldn't make it up.

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Conversely, the SNP arguemnt was that we aren't 'better together' yet want to remain in Europe and retain the pound!

Why does that confuse you?

The last time I looked, the EU weren't forcing the bedroom tax on us, keeping all our oil money, forcing us to host nuclear weapons, paying us pocket money or telling us how many immigrants we were allowed to have.

Edited by oaksoft

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Did that really sound good in your head before you posted it? Seriously?

Here is a decision within the completely and absolutely devolved Scottish NHS which clearly has political implications. The SNP are currently the Scottish Government and they have complete control of the Scottish NHS as they acknowledged time and time again during the referendum. Yet here you want to try claim that the SNP was not at all responsible for a decision being made to close a Childrens Ward in a crisis hit Scottish NHS Hospital which has hit the headlines time and time again in 2015 for buckling under the pressure, so much so that Nicola Sturgeon intervened on the 11th of February 2015 to send in support teams to try to prop up the failing hospital.

In January 2007 in North Lanarkshire we saw a classic example of how this works. Back then the Labour administration had presided over plans by NHS Lanarkshire to close one of the three A&E units under their control. After a long drawn out process they elected to close A&E at Monklands and this proved to be extremely unpopular around Airdrie and Coatbridge where it emerged that during rush hour traffic ambulances could not get from Monklands to Wishaw in any less than 45 minutes. As part of their electoral campaign Nicola Sturgeon pledged that if the SNP won the Scottish Election they would keep the unit open. It probably won the 2008 election for them given that it was so tight that the extra votes they got around Lanarkshire probably swung it on the list system. Of course more recently the talk locally is that the SNP are now back looking at the number of A&E Units in Lanarkshire with Monklands again likely to be the fall guy.

More likely a proven lying bigot trying to start a rumour.

Is Monklands in South Lanarkshire like where you claimed you stayed?

I asked a simple question, why wont you answer it?

You''re right, you really couldn't make it up but it won't stop the likes of you from trying!

Its like most of the stuff you write, made up lies. 1eye.gif

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Sturgeon stated in Glasgow , that there would be no coalition with the conservative/unionist trumpets (trumpets is my word not hers). .

....and you are willing to believe a power hungry politician? There's a new concept rolleyes.gif

Edited by Stuart Dickson

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It's quite simple. You're posts are generally libellous. I'm just leaving you to get on with it.

Would that not be for a court to decide? And, if you went down that road and lost (and you probably would because everyone knows your character already so it's not being defamed) then you would more than likely be guilty of Defamation of Character (it is Scotland after all) for claiming he made libelous posts. Go on, go for it. Go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on.

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It's quite simple. You're posts are generally libellous. I'm just leaving you to get on with it.

I wonder if the reason you didn't want to provide the answer was due to the lie you told about where you lived in Lanarkshire to try and make it out you lived in a less crimeful area than others.

And just to clarify, do you mean the ones where I've proven you to be a lying bigot, or generally all of my posts?

The proven lying bigot couldn't even provide a quote to a single libellous post of mine. I wonder why?

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