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    UKIP will walk it?

    Ukip on course to come first in the Euro elections » Spectator Blogs

    New poll has Labour ELEVEN points behind UKIP in Euro elections | LabourList

    Oh Dear
    "If you didn't do anything that wasn't good for you it would be a very dull life. What are you gonna do? Everything that is pleasant in life is dangerous."

    I want to see the hand of history on his collar.

    #2
    No surprise, protest party interested in europe, wins europe election that really doesn't mean anything to people in the UK...
    merely at clientco for the entertainment

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      #3
      Labour and the LibDems are perhaps the most pro-EU parties and together they get more votes than the anti-EU party. Conservatives are perhaps EU-critical, but this poll doesn't suggest a majority wanting to leave the EU.
      And what exactly is wrong with an "ad hominem" argument? Dodgy Agent, 16-5-2014

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        #4
        Apart from UKIP, have any of the other parties started campaigning yet?
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          #5
          Originally posted by TheFaQQer View Post
          Apart from UKIP, have any of the other parties started campaigning yet?
          BBC Pravda is in full swing demonising UKIP and try to paint the Labour party in a good light
          Socialism is inseparably interwoven with totalitarianism and the abject worship of the state.

          No Socialist Government conducting the entire life and industry of the country could afford to allow free, sharp, or violently-worded expressions of public discontent.

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            #6
            Didn't realise all this UKIP bashing was having such a positive impact on the polls.

            Right, new tactic.

            Vote Monster Raving Loony Party!
            If you think my attitude stinks, you should smell my fingers.

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              #7
              Voting UKIP could cure cancer - Express Online.
              <Insert idea here> will never be adopted because the politicians are in the pockets of the banks!

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                #8
                Originally posted by Mich the Tester View Post
                Labour and the LibDems are perhaps the most pro-EU parties and together they get more votes than the anti-EU party. Conservatives are perhaps EU-critical, but this poll doesn't suggest a majority wanting to leave the EU.
                Again you completely misunderstand. People who vote UKIP do not necessarily want to leave Europe. Their problem is with Brussels. as soon as the UKs position with the EU is sorted out UKIP will disappear. In the meantime they do it for me:

                The problem isn't Ukip, it is Europe | Simon Jenkins | Comment is free | The Guardian

                Brussels oligarchs tend to decide what they want to do and leave consent and democratic accountability to national governments to sort out, the European parliament being a noncombatant. They regard nations as a hangover from some antique political dispensation. Like the pre-Reformation church, they make the rules and leave underlings to enforce them.

                Not for the first time in history, a wind of dissent is sweeping Europe from north to south. No one, in Brussels or in national capitals, can sensibly ignore it, however marginal or absurd may seem the political movements that have made it their cause. Repatriating sovereignty is the name of the game – repatriation or the path to a possibly disastrous European dissolution. Cameron's diplomats may now to be running around Europe seeking support for renegotiation, but it is a bit late.
                Let us not forget EU open doors immigration benefits IT contractors more than anyone

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by DodgyAgent View Post
                  Their problem is with Brussels.
                  My problem is with the Belgians (and I'm not saying that to please the Dutch).

                  - Herman Van Rompuy = Useless overpaid tw*t

                  - Guy Verhofstadt = irritating little pr*ck with a stupid pronunciation

                  - Elio Di Rupo = unelected hypocrite and opportunist

                  People see these geeks and equate them with Europe and you know where the damage comes from.

                  <Insert idea here> will never be adopted because the politicians are in the pockets of the banks!

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                    #10
                    it being the plank?

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