I can more or less agree about May. Same with Corbyn though imo he is simply very very anti-war. And about the others, they can make a big impact (see UKIP). Something other than the FPTP voting system is really needed to help the small parties. Scrapping parties and voting for issues would be best.
Also judging by what you said you don't give a fuck about the economy. Am i right?
I'm not sure UKIP actually had any impact though. They got what... 1 seat in their entire existence?
I think the EU referendum was more as a way of the Conservatives making them look a more attractive prospect than Labour by giving people a vote on it, than necessarily to do with UKIP.
Voting directly for issues simply wouldn't be feasible. There's just too many issues and let's be honest most people only really care about the major ones, so all the smaller issues would have ridiculously low turnout and just be a waste of time really. Definitely agree that FPTP is a bad system though. Not only is it bad for smaller parties, but it literally means some people's votes are more important than others, and the parties know this and use it to target those voters more than others. Yay for discrimination!
And no, don't really care about the economy. Bankers and stockbrokers can bitch about it all they want, doesn't mean fuck all to me though. From what I saw UK during recession was no different at all to UK before recession.
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