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The case for not voting at this election

19 June 2024

3:30 PM

19 June 2024

3:30 PM

Anyone over the age of 40 can scarcely help comparing this election, or the state of our two main parties, with those of the past. Though in 2024 it seems a choice between dumb and dumber (or grey and greyer), this wasn’t always the case.

The government of Blair, Brown, Prescott and Cook seem like a supergroup compared to the current front bench

The first election I could vote in was in 1992, and back then there was a clear difference.

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