Which party would leading politicians vote for if they couldn’t vote for their own?

Last Updated: May 22, 2014By


  1. Damien Willey May 22, 2014 at 2:47 pm - Reply

    Salmond would probably be the one that sits at home in bitter apathy!

  2. Teddzy May 22, 2014 at 3:12 pm - Reply

    Alex Salmond: Plaid Cymru

  3. Darren May 22, 2014 at 4:16 pm - Reply

    Alex would have to vote for Plaid Cymru (sp?)

  4. Darren May 22, 2014 at 4:17 pm - Reply

    … and Nick griffith would have to go for the Monster Ravers :)

  5. Fiona Fletcher May 22, 2014 at 5:23 pm - Reply

    Likely Alex Salmond would vote Green – both have strong links to CND who have recently registered as YES supporters. Also, many Green party policies are similar to the socialist values of the SNP.

  6. Bryn miller May 22, 2014 at 5:29 pm - Reply

    David miliband? He resigned from politics. So he doesn’t count.

  7. Ed Miliband could absorb his party into the new socialist parties before they eat Labour alive and wipe Labour off the face of the earth, by Labour renouncing austerity and welfare reform.

    The Greens could also put themselves within these new socialist parties and renounce nuclear power, wind farms, green taxes that kill the poor, funding climate change but instead funding flood and coastal protection, and austerity.

    UKIP would vote English Democrats, the England right wing version of Plaid Cymru and Scottish Nationalist Party as the Chairman is the legal professional who knows about written constitutions and the legal ramifcations of Scotland goes independent.

    The NHA party could absorb themselves into the new socialist parties along with Labour and The Greens, and save lives from the first day in parliament after 2015 general election.

    All the new socialist parties could merge all their manifestos (the public do not read them) and agree to disagree on any topic and just form one big coalition aka SY.RIZ.A in Greece (hire Mr Tsipras as a consultant).

    Especially done after Labour ceases to be able to form a government in 2015 when 41 Labour MPs go off to a separate nation called Scotland, after a yes majority in Scottish Independence Referendum on 18 September this year.

    We then get the wonderful spectacle of UKIP/ED in opposition in 2015, against good old fashioned socialist rhetoric in the House of Commons. Now that, yes indeed, would be as entertaining as the Roman colosseum.

    A national government of unity that actually ends hunger, homelessness, suicide, early death and old people freezing to death each winter because of green taxes.

  8. Tam Hunter May 22, 2014 at 6:58 pm - Reply

    Alex (Wee Eck) Salmond is a naturel Tory Voter

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