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Mark Baker Donating Member (81 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-31-11 02:39 PM
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6. But with 50 less constituencies next time?
Some of them might be unsure of being re-elected (or indeed selected) next time anyway, so they may think it's worth the risk. If they were locally already a popular MP and stood for UKIP they would probably take a lot of voters with them.

Lets hope so anyway, splitting the right wing vote has got to be a good thing.
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