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    View Poll Results: Wil you vote Yes or No in the referendum

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    • I couldn't give a damn.

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    Yes or No

    This is a discussion on Yes or No within the Everyday Life forums, part of the Community channel category; hum yea think ya right because they both signed up to form it and if one pulls out its not ...

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      Re: Yes or No

      hum yea think ya right because they both signed up to form it and if one pulls out its not a goverenment then lol


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      Re: Yes or No

      It gets tricky, all a government needs to do is pass a budget.

      All other acts are merely there to make or change laws and can be seen as window dressing.

      Now if the Lib Dems threw their toys out of their pram and walked away from the government then the conservatives could run as a minority government.

      Now the history of minority governments is pretty poor in the UK with the longest one being 9 months.

      I can't see anybody bringing a motion of no confidence up in Westminster anyways as Labour as well as the Lib Dems had appalling local government results.

      Mirror the results there and we could see a conservative majority with the Libdems being hammered and Labour more or less keeping the same stake in the polls.
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      Re: Yes or No

      well it seems cameron and clegg are going to continue i think they should we have to get the deficit down

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      Re: Yes or No

      Quote Originally Posted by deadman1984 View Post
      well it seems cameron and clegg are going to continue i think they should we have to get the deficit down
      Ahh but would happen if the Lib Dems had a little leadership battle and Nick was no longer Lib Dem leader, would the new leader keep the Lib Dems in coalition or pull out? The great thing about politics is anything can happen and without reason
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      Re: Yes or No

      well it seems cameron and clegg are going to continue i think they should we have to get the deficit down
      The best way to do that is to get people off benefits and back to work.

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      Re: Yes or No

      Maybe the PSN being down is a government ploy with this in mind


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      Re: Yes or No

      oh for gods sakes the psn been ant got nothing to do with politics lol as for benefits well im screwed it seems no one can get a job seen as millions are after the same one. if there was a new leader you might be right they could pull out

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      Re: Yes or No

      If people learnt to pull out there wouldnt be millions of kids looking for jobs.


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      Re: Yes or No

      lol well i wish i could get a job cause to be honest im sick of doing nowt well apart from playing on psn hehehe

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      Re: Yes or No

      Voluntary work? that would also be a plus to have on your CV.
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