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David Cameron Tells Ukip Voters - It's Time To Come Home

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/general-election-2015/11518250/David-Cameron-tells-Ukip-voters-its-time-to-come-home.html

:lol::lol::lol: He's getting worried.

I certainly won't be voting Tory again until the current leadership are relegated to the history books.

In fact, his constant repetition of "hard working" this and that, yesterday, annoyed me so much that I went out and posted off our postal vote application forms to make sure that we don't miss our chance to vote for UKIP.

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UKIP support is still increasing. The propaganda in the media is saying the opposite for a reason. They are running scared.

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UKIP support is still increasing. The propaganda in the media is saying the opposite for a reason. They are running scared.

The BBC is putting out some cr4p, that's for sure.

I have to say I am starting to be of the mindset that anything is better than Labour, the SNP ought to listen more to the 55% who voted yes, sorry Third Way, any coalition they might plan spells disaster and it scares me more for UK PLC.

What is really daft is how by talking down a referendum Blair is actually bringing the subject to the fore, what he is actually saying is 'leave it to us, you don't need to decide'. We in danger of are becoming sheep to the ultimate Champagne Socialist.... again

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Met a chap today and we got talking about the election, his eyes lit-up when I said I will be voting UKIP. Seems we have a lot in common, similar age, neither of us has ever voted other than Conservative, both of us consider the current Tory leadership to be socialists and we will both be voting UKIP.

Be afraid, Dave, be very afraid.

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A year or so ago he was saying he was glad they were going to UKIP as it meant the tory party could be cleansed of its remaining racists!

Now he wants those same 'racists' back?!

Something shocking is happening round my way...we have labour signs in front of many peoples houses....no tory signs. This is an area that has voted tory since the dawn of time. Im pretty sure a couple of houses that had UKIP signs up at the euro elections now have labour ones, not sure what to make of that.

Theyre all big houses with old windows...so I figure its just the senile's putting them up, perhaps nothing to read into it...never seen a complete absence of tory signs though, or UKIP. I guess its early days yet.

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Voting UKIP is essentially voting Tory though since they're likely to form a coalition if they get enough seats.

As I said in another thread.......

"To my mind, the best possible outcome would be a Conservative/UKIP coalition with Farage in the cabinet and the poor election result leaving Cameron no choice but to resign and make way for a proper, free market, Conservative Prime Minister."

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Voting UKIP is essentially voting Tory though since they're likely to form a coalition if they get enough seats.

I can easily believe that there are many lifelong Tory voters, the kind who would vote for a donkey with a blue rosette, who'll vote UKIP just this once to 'firm up' Cameron's commitment to a referendum on the EU and then go back to the Tories after that.

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I know of lifelong labour voters that will be voting UKIP. Not to 'firm up' Milliband but because they now hate labour almost as much as they hate the tories.

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I know of lifelong labour voters that will be voting UKIP. Not to 'firm up' Milliband but because they now hate labour almost as much as they hate the tories.

That's basically my family. Mother was a life long labour supporter, indeed she and my father used to have Tony Benn round to our house when he was in Manchester and could make it. I used to vote labour until the Iraq war debacle and a 5 year stint in Australia. Now my mother will be voting SNP as they are most likely to hurt labour, I would voteUKIP but fro the candidate they have on offer in my constituency. I honestly don't know who to vote for. I know who I'm not voting for though and that's liblabcon.

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I can easily believe that there are many lifelong Tory voters, the kind who would vote for a donkey with a blue rosette, who'll vote UKIP just this once to 'firm up' Cameron's commitment to a referendum on the EU and then go back to the Tories after that.

I don't think so

Because we know Shameron will not keep his promise to give the people a referendum...........unless he is absolutely 101% certain that the people will vote to stay in the EU

I will never vote for the Conservative party again.

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I know of lifelong labour voters that will be voting UKIP. Not to 'firm up' Milliband but because they now hate labour almost as much as they hate the tories.

The British people have been betrayed by both the Tory party and the Labour party

The Labour Party hasn't represented the interests of the people it was founded to represent for decades. It's run by bourgeois Fabians like Miliband, loafing around in his inherited house in Primrose Hill, discussing Marxist critical theory over champagne and canapes.

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The British people have been betrayed by both the Tory party and the Labour party

The Labour Party hasn't represented the interests of the people it was founded to represent for decades. It's run by bourgeois Fabians like Miliband, loafing around in his inherited house in Primrose Hill, discussing Marxist critical theory over champagne and canapes.

That lack of realisation is what disappoints me most about Labour voters, followed closely by those owning renting out several properties yet still 'believing in the public good'

followed by another cretinous example

'I vote for Labour because my father did and his father before him'

Jesus wept

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I was all for voting UKIP but I think I'm just going to spoil my ballot. I can't have the Tories getting in with extra Right to Buy, Help to Buy and paying people £5k worth of childcare. F*** that noise.

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