- Nov 27, 2004
Though, to play devil's advocate... the Communists somehow managed to survive 1949 with only six seats in Parliament. Somehow.
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Sadly defending Labour would only lengthen the death knell, while voting Liberal will at least see a majority government dedicated to the centre-left post war consensus.FFfffff, decisions decisions... prevent Labour from being the smallest party in parliament or give the Liberals a majority...
Depends on the tories and the communists, if it's Eden's Tories he'd probably have the edge. If it's Thatcher's Tories, commie, no question.Well I Doubt thats going to happen...
In the hypothetical would you vote for the tories or the communists if those were your two choices everyone?
Please, please, please, do the latter...FFfffff, decisions decisions... prevent Labour from being the smallest party in parliament or give the Liberals a majority...
Maybe, I've just build my own seat calculator(yay for nested IF statements!) to try and see exactly how it would pan out.Please, please, please, do the latter...
Responsible democratic socialist party? You mean such as Labour, currently the smallest party in Parliament? Why on earth would they do that to themselves!On a side note, if the communists continue do well, perhaps we will see them evolve into a more responsible democratic socialist party? I could get behind that.
The IRA are around, so somehow I'm not sure about relations being too much better.My thoughts exactly, but I think both are an exciting possibility. Speculating wildly, it could signal friendlier relations between London and Dublin, which could have an impact on how Her Majesty's government deals with the problem of Ulster. Perhaps we will see a dramatic exit à la South Africa in our timeline?
I suppose you'll just have to content yourself with being the largest party.Boo! Not only will we not get a majority,
Bevanite? He got kicked out, kind of as I predicted. We're Wilsonians now.you may well have extended the Bevanites' rule of error.
Well it was really tempting to vote Liberal just for the historicalness and be able to say "I did that". My ego and my conscience had a long, long battle, but in the end my conscience won out.And after all that wait, too?