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John Major talks about conservative unity in Sussex, he emphasizes the governments strength on foreign policy and privatization plans.

John Major tours London once more to y’all about reducing the tax burden.

John Major hits Birmingham to talk about the need for 5 more years of stable Tory leadership.

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Neil Kinnock holds a rally in Coventry, attacking the Socialists, as radicals, whose only purpose is to split the left wing vote, and help ensure five more years of Tory government. (Also @Hestia11, w

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1.Caroline Lucas and Mallen Barker make multiple stops across the country talking to voters.

2.Green Party announces support for devolution referendum at a gathering in Edinburgh

3.Green Party holds rally in London focusing on wealth and income inequality

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17 hours ago, buenoboss said:

Marshall Garcia campaigns in the Tube

Marshall Garcia has an ad campaign targeted in London

Marshall Garcia has a rally in London

 

London: 6. A slightly better than average day with the every day people in the Underground.

London: 4. The party hits a snag when several seconds of the ad are blank.

London: 9. A big crowd attends the rally, which gives some more credence to the London-based campaign.

Overall: +3. A decent day for Change!

17 hours ago, TheLiberalKitten said:

The SDLP makes the case in tour through Northern Ireland as to why the people should vote for them. 

"A vote for the SDLP is a vote for freedom and Devolution. It's a vote against this government that will need the support of the UUP in order to maintain its majority! Vote SDLP!"

The SNP campaign stops in Edinburgh, calls for Devolution in order for the people of Scotland to have control over where their tax dollars go to

"They'd rather invest in weapons of war instead of our glorious NHS!"

Plaid campaign holds a rally in Cardiff, reminding voters of the failure of Labour and Tory governments of the past to get the people of Wales a larger say in Parliament.

"Our culture and language must be preserved and respected!"

SDLP: 9. A great day for the SDLP helps the republicans get back on their feet.

SNP: 3. A slightly bad day for the SNP as some take it as a slight against the military. 

Plaid: 2. Several Welsh are turned off by the blatant nationalism.

Overall: -2. The hits taken by Plaid are likely to be the biggest thing that hurts seat-wise.

17 hours ago, Herbert Hoover said:

The Socialist Party continues to campaign in Liverpool (Northwest England), undeterred by Labor's presence in the area. A Socialist City Council nominee leads the rally, talking about the need not just to hold local government accountable, but for Socialists to have a presence in Parliament so that they can hold Labor and the Tories to actual reform. (Event 1)

The Socialist Party campaigns again in Northwest England, where a nominee pledges that the party will be "the most environmentally friendly party in the history of the United Kingdom". (Event 2)

The Socialist Party runs another ad in Liverpool (Northwest England), featuring Taaffe responding to issues raised by constituents at a town hall event. (Event 3)

NW: 9. A great day in Liverpool continues to be the party's heartland hopes against Labour.

NW: 6. A decent day in NW England, while some heads turn when they think about the Greens.

NW: 9. The image of Taaffe at a town hall stands in contrast to some of the local Labour politicians who have been reluctant to campaign openly. 

Overall: +9. A second great day for the Socialists!

16 hours ago, Cenzonico said:

The Liberal Democrats send out leaflets laying out "Ashdown's vision for Britain" to letterboxes in the constituencies of Bath, St. Ives, Cornwall North, and South East Cornwall.

Paddy Ashdown campaigns in Twickenham about the Environment 

"It is important to realize that taking care of the Environment is important and that Global Warming exists. We must increase renewable energy production and start lowering our reliance on oil, coal, and natural gas to lower our CO2 emissions. This will take time to do, and we must make it a worldwide effort. But in the end, it will be worth ii.

Paddy Ashdown tours the city of Glasgow trying to capitalize on the current momentum in Scotland. 

South West: 10! A great day in South West leads to great momentum in the south of England as a whole.

London: 2. Ashdown is interrupted by Green campaigners who shout and heckle him about the time periods in  which it will take to accomplish.

Scotland: 1! The great day in Southwest is overturned by poor days in London and Scotland. Ashdown appears to get lost inside the city, which some SNP politicians ridicule him for. 

Overall: -4. A poor day for the Lib Dems, but many hope a good day in the South West could off set the poor day elsewhere at least with seats. 

16 hours ago, The Blood said:

Today while touring a series of tight races where Tory incumbents are threatened across the East Midlands Nigel Farage will release a comprehensive plan to create a "United Commonwealth" consisting of a unified currency in the British Pound, open borders between all members states, and a government manned in London consisting of a Parliament elected proportionally by each member state's populace, and a "Prime Minister" appointed by the British Parliament who will preside over the operations of the union. The plan will be for the UK, Canada, Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand to all be members of the union, with guaranteed military protection and involvement by Britain in all member states. Farage will say, "As we radically cut our government's spending, privatize our bloated programs, and eliminate public debt in Great Britain, our economy will surge forth as we secure Britain as a sovereign economic powerhouse once more. However, like the days of old, this power is not for us alone. We must reclaim our role as the head of the democratic nations of the Commonwealth and form a military, political, and economic union ensuring a lasting and glorious resurgence of Britain and her democratic ideals as a major force on the world stage. Thank you."

 

UKIP will launch an ad campaign across the East Midlands claiming that the Tories, with their "Slow and steady." crawl towards removing the public debt, are, "Allowing for more and more of an opportunity for Labour or another socialist party to seize power and undo all of the little work they have done. We need to cut and privatize our programs now, we cannot wait for the socialists to seize power and explode the public debt, as the Tories seemingly want."

 

Farage will hold a series of public forums across the East Midlands discussing UKIP's plan to privatize the NHS.

United Commonwealth Idea: 9. Many Britons still would like to see the UK at the head of some international organizations, and are resentful at losing much of that status to the US.

Ad: 3. A poor ad campaign hurts UKIP, as Tories lacerate them for taking away votes for a right-wing force.

Farage: 3. A rather poor day overall in the East Midlands, as Farage is shouted down by Lib Dem and Labour activists.

Overall: -2. Hopefully the United Commonwealth Idea can continue some momentum for UKIP, but a series of blunders in the East Midlands could hurt them. 

3 hours ago, WVProgressive said:

Neil Kinnock holds a rally in Coventry, attacking the Socialists, as radicals, whose only purpose is to split the left wing vote, and help ensure five more years of Tory government. (Also @Hestia11, would it be safe to assume that MP Dave Nellist is the Socialist candidate for Coventry South East, given that he ran as an independent after being deselected for support for Militant, and later joined the Socialist Party when it was founded in 1997?)

Tony Blair talks about Labour's support for common sense solutions to unemployment, while barnstorming in Essex.

John Smith talks about the Labour party's Tax Policies, while door knocking in Scotland.

Coventry: 9. A great day for Labour, whose party is trying to defend from many different left-wing forces.

Essex: 5. A somewhat bland day in Essex.

Scotland: 4. Scotland continues to be harsh to pretty much any political party campaigning there. 

Overall: +1. a decent day for Labour so far.

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1 hour ago, Reagan04 said:

John Major talks about conservative unity in Sussex, he emphasizes the governments strength on foreign policy and privatization plans.

John Major tours London once more to y’all about reducing the tax burden.

John Major hits Birmingham to talk about the need for 5 more years of stable Tory leadership.

Sussex: 7. A good day in Sussex, with many nodding their heads to the Tory message.

London: 2. The battleground capital continues to be hostile to Tory campaigners, while students shout "Labour!" in the background.

Birmingham: 1! The stable leadership argument continues to hurt Major, as UKIP and the Lib Dems are quick to point out the knifing of Thatcher.

Overall: -7. Another poor week for the Tories forecasts unease in the electorate as many parties haven't had exactly wonderful weeks. 

56 minutes ago, Rodja said:

1.Caroline Lucas and Mallen Barker make multiple stops across the country talking to voters.

2.Green Party announces support for devolution referendum at a gathering in Edinburgh

3.Green Party holds rally in London focusing on wealth and income inequality

Lucas+Barker: 9. A great day to be a Green!

Scotland: 4. Scotland continuing to hate everyone that comes North...

London: 6. A decent day in London as the Greens capitalize on other parties' missteps.

Overall: +3. A decent day for the Greens!

 

UUP: 10! A great day for UUP continues to put stress on the smaller parties.

DUP: 6. A slightly above average day for the DUP helps them secure more support.

SF: 5. A very average day for Sinn Fein means little to them

Alliance: 3. A poor day for Alliance as their party leader mixes their position up with the SDLP 

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UNITED KINGDOM SEAT PROJECTION:

CONSERVATIVE MAJORITY of 1!

Week of February 3rd to February 10th

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United Kingdom Polling (minus NI)

Conservative Party: 40.6% (-0.7%) @Reagan04

Labour Party: 33.2% (0) @WVProgressive

Liberal Democrats: 18.3% (+0.1%) @Cenzonico

SNP+Plaid: 1.9% (0) @TheLiberalKitten

Green Party: 1.7% (+0.1%) @Rodja

UKIP: 1.4% (0) @The Blood

Socialist Party: 0.8% (+0.2%) @Herbert Hoover

Change UK: 0.5% (+0.1%) @buenoboss

Undecided: 1.9% (+0.2%)

Northern Ireland Polling

Ulster Unionists: 37.4% (+2.2%) 11 Seats

SDLP: 23.9% (+2.1%) 4 Seats

DUP: 13.6% (+0.3%) 2 Seats

Sinn Fein: 10.7% (-0.2%)

Alliance: 9.3% (-0.3%)

Undecided: 5.1% 

Core Constituency Polling (SW England, West Midlands, London, NW England, SE England)

Parties under 2% not listed

South West England

Conservatives: 42%

Liberal Democrats: 33%

Labour: 17%

UKIP: 2%

West Midlands

Conservatives: 40%

Labour: 38%

Liberal Democrats: 14%

London

Conservatives: 42%

Labour: 36%

Liberal Democrats: 13%

Change UK: 3%

Greens: 2%

North West England

Labour: 44%

Conservatives: 35%

Liberal Democrats: 16%

Socialists: 3%

South East England

Conservatives: 51%

Liberal Democrats: 23%

Labour: 21%

UKIP: 2%

Greens: 2%

Storylines

The Conservative majority is down to a bare minimum of one. Newspapers express shock at the idea of a hung parliament, where it is likely the pro-unionist UUP (which is soaring in Northern Ireland) will be the kingmaker. Unionist and slightly center-right, they would be an ideal match for the Tories, but not exactly anathema to Labour. Socialist and Change UK campaigns inside of London and North West England are garnering talk as well, as well as the relative successes of the Greens and UKIP at a national scale. Many thought because of a poor campaigning week, the Lib Dems would not gain, but because of a strong event in South West England, the party continues to climb in the seat count, expecting to take all 10 seats off of the Tories. Many in England are pointing out the bad campaign events that are taking place north of the border, which has begun to slightly help the Tories, which haven't gone to Scotland yet in this campaign. The only seat the SNP is expected to lose is to the Tories. Many are still skeptical about a Labour minority, but some wonder if the Tories do end up with 326 seats that if they would still ask the UUP for confidence and supply as a precaution. 

Reminders/New Things for the Next Turn

- If you want internal polling, please send me a PM about 2 regions you'd like internal polls for. Remember that numbers may appear a bit more rosy for your party than usual. You can do this once every turn. 

- The next turn will include a debate - but the BBC has not invited minor parties this time. Only Labour, the Conservatives, and the Lib Dems are invited to the debate. Legal action has been taken by several minor parties to allow them on the next debate stage, but the ruling has not came out yet. Thus, the three major parties may post one of each of these three (much like @The Blood's quick shot!) actions. Minor parties are trying to set up their own debate for a different time if the legal action does not work. A separate Scottish and Northern Irish debate may take place at a later time. 

1. An attack on another party (doesn't have to be on the stage)

2. A pander to a region (one region specifically - not England as a whole)

3. A core message

- Next turn begins now! 

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The Socialists continue their campaign in Liverpool, with MP Terry Fields declaring that Kinnock has abandoned the leftist that make up the core of Labour, and therefore the Socialists have taken it upon themselves to give the people a real choice for left-wing politics. (Event 1)

The Socialists campaign on the failures of Labour to hold the Conservatives accountable for the Poll Tax in Northwest England. Peter Taaffe himself spoke, talking about how MP Terry Fields, a member of the Militant group he led a now a Socialist MP in Liverpool, was imprisoned for refusing to pay the tax. He condemned Kinnock for his statement in response that said "Law makers must not be law breakers". The Socialists are willing to take charge against these incredibly popular acts in a way that Labour refuses to. 

Socialist MP of Coventry Dave Nellist rallies in the city, proclaiming that his years in Parliament have proven to him that the people need the leadership of a party truly dedicated to reform and holding big business accountable. He claims that Labour has become a centrist party and has strayed far, far from its roots. 

 

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SDLP campaigns in Northern Ireland, criticizing the UUP

"This is why we need devolution my friends. The status quo of the UUP is more years of Conservative rule! The SDLP will work to deliver change to Northern Ireland."

SNP throws shade at all Major parties as not giving Scotland a voice as they have been excluded from the leaders debate

"They don't want to hear from Scotland! They don't want us to tell them how much we want our voices heard! It's time to change that! The SNP will put the people of Scotland first!"

Plaid campaign goes around Wales focusing on education funding and creating a bilingual society for the Welsh

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Labour releases an ad in Northwest England, attacking Socialists, by reminding voters of the failings of the Militant controlled Liverpool city council, and the Militant Labour group as a whole.

Ken Livingstone takes to the streets of London to talk about Labour's progressive social policy.

Neil Kinnock talks about the Labour party's plan to protect the environment, while barnstorming in Kent.

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John Major tours London once more to talk about reducing the tax burden

John Major hits Northeast England to make a privatization of Rail and Coal. Takes a shot at the divided Labour and their Socialist friends to make the Tories out to be the sensible alternative.

John Major talks about the need for British strength abroad, hitting Thatcherite tones in Southeast England.

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40 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

@Rodja @The Blood and Cenzonico have about 6 hours for campaigning events.

@Cenzonico and @Reagan04 also need to send debate tasks to me. Thank you! 

I wont have time to make moves today,if you or somebody else could move for me i would appreciate it.

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1 minute ago, Rodja said:

I wont have time to make moves today,if you or somebody else could move for me i would appreciate it.

The Greens party it UP in England with a nice rally about taxes. 

The Greens go bonkers in Cornwall talking about the NHS. 

The Greens are living it up on a vacation to Wales this week talking about environmental conservation. 

Done! @Hestia11

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50 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

@Cenzonico and @Reagan04 also need to send debate tasks to me. Thank you! 

Oh, thought it was next turn. But have my events!

Paddy Ashdown visits Rhondda where he talks about devolution.

"It is time to give home rule to Wales! A elected Welsh Senedd must be created to give the destiny of Wales into the hands of the Welsh people."

Paddy Ashdown flies over to Southport and tours the city talking about how it is time to get rid of the failed Conservative leadership and put in a government that wants to change Britain for the better. 

Following the first rounds big success , the party decides to send out another round of leaflet ads. This one will talk about Ashdown's plan for better public services, targeting letterboxes in the constituencies of Sheffield Hallam, Sheffield Hillsborough. and Sheffield Central.

 

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UKIP will hold a rally in Scotland, promising to oppose devolution even in the face of a popular referendum.

Farage will campaign around Southwest England, focusing of the party's United Commonwealth plan.

Farage will campaign in the East Midlands on his plan to eliminate the public debt to restore Britain as a major economic player.

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17 hours ago, Herbert Hoover said:

The Socialists continue their campaign in Liverpool, with MP Terry Fields declaring that Kinnock has abandoned the leftist that make up the core of Labour, and therefore the Socialists have taken it upon themselves to give the people a real choice for left-wing politics. (Event 1)

The Socialists campaign on the failures of Labour to hold the Conservatives accountable for the Poll Tax in Northwest England. Peter Taaffe himself spoke, talking about how MP Terry Fields, a member of the Militant group he led a now a Socialist MP in Liverpool, was imprisoned for refusing to pay the tax. He condemned Kinnock for his statement in response that said "Law makers must not be law breakers". The Socialists are willing to take charge against these incredibly popular acts in a way that Labour refuses to. 

Socialist MP of Coventry Dave Nellist rallies in the city, proclaiming that his years in Parliament have proven to him that the people need the leadership of a party truly dedicated to reform and holding big business accountable. He claims that Labour has become a centrist party and has strayed far, far from its roots. 

 

Liverpool: 5. A decent day for the Socialists, but not one they were expecting after all of the late hype.

NW England: 1! Labour refutes the claims well, and the Socialists are left scrambling.

Coventry: 5. Decent, but not great.

Overall: -7. A sort of course correction for the Socialists. 

17 hours ago, TheLiberalKitten said:

SDLP campaigns in Northern Ireland, criticizing the UUP

"This is why we need devolution my friends. The status quo of the UUP is more years of Conservative rule! The SDLP will work to deliver change to Northern Ireland."

SNP throws shade at all Major parties as not giving Scotland a voice as they have been excluded from the leaders debate

"They don't want to hear from Scotland! They don't want us to tell them how much we want our voices heard! It's time to change that! The SNP will put the people of Scotland first!"

Plaid campaign goes around Wales focusing on education funding and creating a bilingual society for the Welsh

SDLP: 6. A good day for the SDLP, who may be capitalizing on anti-Tory sentiment growing in the country

SNP: 5. A decent, but not altogether wonderful day for the SNP.

Plaid: 10! A great day to be a supporter of Plaid as they boom in Wales once again.

Overall: +5. First truly good day for the Devolution Alliance

17 hours ago, WVProgressive said:

Labour releases an ad in Northwest England, attacking Socialists, by reminding voters of the failings of the Militant controlled Liverpool city council, and the Militant Labour group as a whole.

Ken Livingstone takes to the streets of London to talk about Labour's progressive social policy.

Neil Kinnock talks about the Labour party's plan to protect the environment, while barnstorming in Kent.

NW England: 5. The Labour ad seems to be hit or miss in NW England.

London: 10! A great day for Labour in the city as hopes rise that they can overtake the Tories in the capital.

Kent: 5. Okay for Labour, but some Greens remain disgruntled.

Overall: +3. The great day in London should outshine some of the less than average campaigning elsewhere.

3 hours ago, buenoboss said:

Marshall Garcia tours London

Marshall Garcia has a rally in London

Marshall Garcia has a town hall in London

London: 1. The tour flubs when some Tory supporters heckle Garcia.

Rally: 8. A good rally is the only highlight of the day for Change UK.

Town Hall: 2. Labour voters vent frustrations about hurting the party in the city.

Overall: -6. A poor day for Change UK blunts hope of a seat in London.

2 hours ago, Reagan04 said:

John Major tours London once more to talk about reducing the tax burden

John Major hits Northeast England to make a privatization of Rail and Coal. Takes a shot at the divided Labour and their Socialist friends to make the Tories out to be the sensible alternative.

John Major talks about the need for British strength abroad, hitting Thatcherite tones in Southeast England.

London: 3. The city continues to show resentment to the Tory administration.

NW England: 8. The shots go over well, with some even thinking about turning blue for the first time.

SE England: 7. The homages go over well in the area.

Overall: +2. The first good day on the trail for Major. 

1 hour ago, Herbert Hoover said:

The Greens party it UP in England with a nice rally about taxes. 

The Greens go bonkers in Cornwall talking about the NHS. 

The Greens are living it up on a vacation to Wales this week talking about environmental conservation. 

Done! @Hestia11

@Rodja

England: 9. A good day to talk about Taxes!

Cornwall: 6. The party's strength on the NHS is great for the Greens.

Wales: 8. A very solid round up of campaigning for the Greens.

Overall: +8. A wonderful, solid day for the Greens.

50 minutes ago, Cenzonico said:

Oh, thought it was next turn. But have my events!

Paddy Ashdown visits Rhondda where he talks about devolution.

"It is time to give home rule to Wales! A elected Welsh Senedd must be created to give the destiny of Wales into the hands of the Welsh people."

Paddy Ashdown flies over to Southport and tours the city talking about how it is time to get rid of the failed Conservative leadership and put in a government that wants to change Britain for the better. 

Following the first rounds big success , the party decides to send out another round of leaflet ads. This one will talk about Ashdown's plan for better public services, targeting letterboxes in the constituencies of Sheffield Hallam, Sheffield Hillsborough. and Sheffield Central.

 

Wales: 1. A bad day in Wales as the brilliant day for Plaid seems to outshine them here.

Southport: 9. A good day in Southport continues to help the Lib Dems in that area.

Sheffield: 3. A poor day in Sheffield, as the Greens are running strong candidates in all three.

Overall: -4. A rather poor day for the Lib Dems on the trail.

45 minutes ago, The Blood said:

UKIP will hold a rally in Scotland, promising to oppose devolution even in the face of a popular referendum.

Farage will campaign around Southwest England, focusing of the party's United Commonwealth plan.

Farage will campaign in the East Midlands on his plan to eliminate the public debt to restore Britain as a major economic player.

UKIP: 5. The view makes some people scratch their heads, but it doesn't gain too much traction.

SW England: 7. A good day to talk about the UC plan!

East Midlands: 7. The conservative East Midlands enjoys the message.

Overall: +3. UKIP continues to have some better days.

 

 

UUP: 4

DUP: 3

SF: 10

ALLIANCE: 9

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BBC Debate Results out of Manchester, England

Tories @Reagan04:

Attack on Labour: 1. The attack stumbles and Major is ridiculed.

London: 1. Major continues to struggle.

Leadership: 3. Many continue to bring up Thatcher. 

Overall: -13. This is literally the worst I have ever seen in my entire life. 

Lib Dems @Cenzonico:

Attack:  2. A flubbed attack hurts the Lib Dems at first.

Pander: 7. A decent pander helps the Lib Dems in a critical area. (Southwest)

Message: 9. A good message for the Lib Dems in the last part of the campaign.

Overall: +2. A slightly better than average use for the Lib Dems!

Labour @WVProgressive:

Core Message: 6. A somewhat good message for Labour on that front.

Pandering: 3. The East Midlands seem to be hostile to a Labour administration.

Attack: 7. A good well-balanced attack helps Labour on that idea.

Overall: 0. A balanced debate for Labour

 

The Liberal Democrats are seen as the winners of the debate! However, Labour is able to tackle on the Tory missteps of their attack. The Tories are left backpedaling after the debate. 

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SEAT PROJECTION: HUNG PARLIAMENT

TORIES SHORT 12

Week of Feb. 10-17

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UK POLLING

Conservative Party: 39.8% (-0.8%) @Reagan04

Labour Party: 33.6% (+0.4%) @WVProgressive

Liberal Democrats: 18.4% (+0.1%) @Cenzonico

SNP + Plaid: 1.9% (0) @TheLiberalKitten

Green Party: 1.9% (+0.2%) @Rodja

UKIP: 1.4% (0) @The Blood

Socialist Party: 0.6% (-0.2%) @Herbert Hoover

Change UK: 0.3% (-0.2%) @buenoboss

Undecideds: 2.4% (+0.5%)

NORTHERN IRELAND POLLING

UUP: 36.5% (-0.9%) 10 Seats (-1)

SDLP: 24.4% (+0.5%) 4 Seats

DUP: 13.0% (-0.6%) 2 Seats 

SF: 12.9% (+2.2%) 1 Seat (+1)

Alliance: 10.0% (+0.7%)

Undecided: 3.2%

 

(Gotta go to work! Short one for today, but lots to talk about. Turns can begin now!)

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MP Terry Fields campaigns in his home constituency of Liverpool, attacking Labour as not being able to hold the Conservatives accountable even while they debated on live television last week. The Socialists should be included! 

MP Dave Nellist campaigns in his home constituency of Coventry, pushing forward a platform of stricter regulations for businesses in dealing with environmental waste and pollution. 

The Socialists run an ad in Northwest England, painting themselves as the only party that can hold the Conservatives and Labour accountable for NHS reform in Parliament. 

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In Kent, Neil Kinnock attack's the Tory idea, that the Labour Party, and Socialist Party are one in the same, pointing out the fact that the Socialists are by, and large made up of former Militant members that Labour expelled. He likens the attack to saying the Conservatives, and BNP are the same.

Labour releases an advertisement, promising to protect the environment, as well as the dignity, and financial well being of miners, in North West England.

John Smith knocks on doors in Leeds, talking about Labour's plan for governmental reform.

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Paddy Ashdown goes to the city of Aberdeen to talk about Scotland under the UK, and devolution.

"Scotland and England have had a relationship dating back centuries! It is because of that we as a union exists and we should make sure that it is fostered at all costs. But it is time to bring Scotland home rule! The future of Scotland should lay on the hands of the Scottish people, and the Liberal Democrats will do exactly that! A elected Scottish Parliament is to be created as soon as possible so we can give more power into the hands of the people."

Paddy Ashdown decides to fly down to the South West where he works with volunteers in the constituencies of Torbay, Thornbury and Yate, and Devizes.

MP. Menzies Campbell campaigns for the Liberal Democrats in Fife talking about why the Lib Dems are the best choice for Scotland! 

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John Major keeps hitting London

John Major keeps the heat up on Northwest England

John Major tours around friendly Southeast England

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Plaid launches brainstorming campaign in rural Wales, hoping to increase their momentum as to why they are the best party to serve the Welsh people

SDLP launches advertising campaign attacking the UUP and DUP as pawns of the Tories

"They are both the same! They'll just prop them up!"

SNP campaign brainstorms in Northern Scotland

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