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10:20am Tue 27 Apr 10

Rog T says...

Matthew,

I'd suggest that if your canvassing in Mill Hill has shown no change in peoples preferences since the debate, you get some new canvassers. I don't want to give any secrets away, but that certainly isn't the case from what we've seen.

I do wonder if the kind hearted people of Mill Hill are just feeling a bit sorry for the local Tories and being nice to them when asked.

By the way I love your videos. Did you actually speak to anyone who said "Well done Matthew, you did a great job as deputy Leader and I think you'll make a first class MP".
Matthew, I'd suggest that if your canvassing in Mill Hill has shown no change in peoples preferences since the debate, you get some new canvassers. I don't want to give any secrets away, but that certainly isn't the case from what we've seen. I do wonder if the kind hearted people of Mill Hill are just feeling a bit sorry for the local Tories and being nice to them when asked. By the way I love your videos. Did you actually speak to anyone who said "Well done Matthew, you did a great job as deputy Leader and I think you'll make a first class MP". Rog T
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9:43pm Mon 3 May 10

Grumblepop says...

TThe first was whether people supported a change to the electoral system from the first pass the post to that of Alternative Voting. The overwhelming number – over 95% of the people in the hall did not want to see the system change.

This presumes that all 95% know their Constitution and how it really works.It also assumes that 95% know that Alternative Voting has several different systems of Proportional Representation, that work in Germany, France Spain New Zealand Canada and many other Modern Democracies globally, the latter two are relative newcomers to PR.
Your view is the one that has given us 'ELECTED Dictatorships' fromthetime you came out of pampers in 1979 until the people got plain sick of it, followed by the Blue Labour since 1997 until now where the public have got sick of your class milking the taxpayer. Were it not for the rubbish of your Democracy being a gravy train of personal enhancements as the Dismore example shows. The nation would have chucked out Labour in any case. and the next 10-12 year cycle would continue.
Time for Change, Time for a Hung Parliament, time to kick iout a bankrupt 400 year old democratic process, Time for Change to a New Fair Democratic process for a modern nation that only manufactures Consultancies and dodgy banks.
Be Honest Matteus Brutus instead of being a peasant spinner with cheap yarn
TThe first was whether people supported a change to the electoral system from the first pass the post to that of Alternative Voting. The overwhelming number – over 95% of the people in the hall did not want to see the system change. This presumes that all 95% know their Constitution and how it really works.It also assumes that 95% know that Alternative Voting has several different systems of Proportional Representation, that work in Germany, France Spain New Zealand Canada and many other Modern Democracies globally, the latter two are relative newcomers to PR. Your view is the one that has given us 'ELECTED Dictatorships' fromthetime you came out of pampers in 1979 until the people got plain sick of it, followed by the Blue Labour since 1997 until now where the public have got sick of your class milking the taxpayer. Were it not for the rubbish of your Democracy being a gravy train of personal enhancements as the Dismore example shows. The nation would have chucked out Labour in any case. and the next 10-12 year cycle would continue. Time for Change, Time for a Hung Parliament, time to kick iout a bankrupt 400 year old democratic process, Time for Change to a New Fair Democratic process for a modern nation that only manufactures Consultancies and dodgy banks. Be Honest Matteus Brutus instead of being a peasant spinner with cheap yarn Grumblepop
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