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((What are these local elections btw? And why are they mentioned? Why not my district? It have after all 90% votes forl abor Now I will resume reading.))
Socialism is falling and this Margaret seems interesting.
I'm not I'm wondering why three are chosen. Are they in a special position? Are they defining in some way?
Maggie has come, ladies and gentlemen. Bow down to our supreme overlord.
I have a new proposal.
If you add together the Liberal and the National Liberal MPs in parliament it is quite clear that the two liberal parties have won a workable majority between them. Yes, there may be differences between us and yes it may be necessary to make some tough compromises on both sides but it is quite clear that there is no reason why, with roughly equal strength each, the two Liberal parties of Britain should not be reunited as one in order to keep out our Tory enemies on the one side and the Communists on the other.
Why, in the spirit of fraternity, I would even be prepared to recommend Mr Thorneycroft become the Foreign Secretary - one of the Great Seals of state and the best platform to allow him to spread the new message of Liberal unity around the world.
And a great way to keep the bastard as far away from domestic politics as possible.
You do realize the NLP and Conservatives have an alliance and ran together in the election. To do as you suggest would be to betray promises made to the voters. Secondly, the Conservatives and Liberals are closer on policy (particularly economic policy) than the NLP and Liberals are.
But what is the real difference between the liberal parties if you take away economy?
But the national-liberal party is really just a mix of conservatives wanting a free market and liberals wanting a free market. That means in theory the national liberals can be both allied to the liberals and the conservatives. They have both of these camps within their party. Who knows, maybe the conservative and liberal MP's within the National Liberal party will vote differently in parliament? They are after all supposed to represent their district and their voters and not their party leader.
((And it do happen IRL that mp's vote indepedently than the rest of the party. After all the legaslative and (de-facto) executive branch are seperated for a reason.))