Selection headache

York Press: Selection headache Selection headache

I AGREE wholeheartedly with all that Philip Sunley had to say (“Think before voting” – Letters, December 16).

Labour ignores the general public’s views and the last Liberal council did the same.

In York, that leaves the Conservatives. With everything they are now doing to us nationally, that begs the question: who do we vote for?

Brian Bevan, Long Close Lane, York.

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11:15am Wed 18 Dec 13

CHISSY1 says...

Who do we vote for?.It does not matter all governments are run by lying two faced morons who will say anything to get votes.Whoever gets in we all get screwed.Some fools actually believe politicians and then moan when they realize they have been taken for fools,yet again.
Who do we vote for?.It does not matter all governments are run by lying two faced morons who will say anything to get votes.Whoever gets in we all get screwed.Some fools actually believe politicians and then moan when they realize they have been taken for fools,yet again. CHISSY1

12:08pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Jonthan says...

The one thing all the parties agree about, from UKIP to the Labour left, is that you must vote otherwise you will undermine democracy, (and that's their job.)
As someone said in this column recently, if voting changed anything it will be made illegal. However if you must vote, vote strategically.
If you are in a constituency where you can damage the coalition, hold your nose and vote labour.
However if you live somewhere where you can dislodge a Blairite MP, particularly if you can do so without letting a Tory in, then do so and you will be doing us all a favour.
But above all don't do anything that will make us end up with another Tory/LibDem coalition.
The one thing all the parties agree about, from UKIP to the Labour left, is that you must vote otherwise you will undermine democracy, (and that's their job.) As someone said in this column recently, if voting changed anything it will be made illegal. However if you must vote, vote strategically. If you are in a constituency where you can damage the coalition, hold your nose and vote labour. However if you live somewhere where you can dislodge a Blairite MP, particularly if you can do so without letting a Tory in, then do so and you will be doing us all a favour. But above all don't do anything that will make us end up with another Tory/LibDem coalition. Jonthan

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