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Will The Lab-Con Monopolized System Of Politics Ever Be Broken?

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They scaremongered to stop the AV proposal going ahead, itself already watered down from PR, which they denied us a vote on, so is it possible we will ever be released from the century old Lab-Con duopoly? It cant be healthy to have two organizations in power in perpetuity. In no other area would we stand for this.

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The grind downwards in membership of these two parties will reach crisis point as far as legitimacy goes, eventually.

Tories lost about 50 members/day since Cam took over. Just dying out. Sooner the better imo.

Get the impression Lab fare better in the demographic game but worth remembering they would be bankrupt but for agreeable terms from CoOp.

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The LabCon monopoly has been well and truly broken. Neither of these parties between them can gain more than about 65% of the vote. In 1951 it was 97%

The LibDem betrayal of their voter base won't get people back to voting Labour or Tory - they are going elsewhere, to UKIP and others.

What would be really dangerous for LabCon would be the emergence of a true Left party with a coherent programme and a good leader.

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In no other area would we stand for this.

People will stand for anything - research your history. People today care even less than previous generations.

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