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Date: 2017-04-21 12:01 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] mathcathy
I am in a similar position to you. I want - passionately - to vote against the Tories. I promised myself in 2003 that I would never vote Labour (or Tory) again, following the Iraqi War debacle.
I can choose to vote in either of two safe Labour seats in London
  • one with a pro-European who defied the party whip, where I voted Lib Dem last time as one of only 850 people
  • Keir Starmer
  • or a Tory safe seat in Essex, where the predominant vote was Leave
I don't think the Lib Dems have any chance in any of them and I'm tempted to vote lib Dem in my very safe Labour seat where I voted last time, because at least this MP had the nerve to vote against Article 50.
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