Vote for your local hybrid candidate!

  Quickbeam 22:26 12 May 2017

For strong And Stable opposition For The Many, Not For The Few...

Is anyone else sick of hearing these two catchphrases?

  rickf 23:09 12 May 2017

She sounds like a parrot as do her fellow MPs. Sick to death of it.

  Cymro. 12:40 13 May 2017

The trouble with hybrid is that if one half doesn't go wrong the other half is sure to do so. I prefer a candidate to show their true colours that way I know who exactly is going to disappoint me.

  Old Deuteronomy 17:16 13 May 2017

Can a hybrid candidate be plugged into the mains and recharged, like a hybrid car.

  john bunyan 11:40 14 May 2017

That is the problem. I like the Lib Dem's suggestion of a 1% income tax rise, Tories defence policy and Labour's "fairness ". I just cannot accept the idea of saddling our grandchildren with , say, another £500 billion of debt.

  Belatucadrus 11:56 14 May 2017

Old Deuteronomy - My assumption was that a Hybrid candidate was one that was ecologically sound when at ease or low speed but started emitting as much noxious gas and c**p as all the others when stressed or actually having to do something.

  Old Deuteronomy 12:09 14 May 2017

Belatucadrus, you may well be right.

  Aitchbee 22:33 15 May 2017

'Hard working families' is another good? example.

  Quickbeam 07:11 16 May 2017

"JAM" gets up my back!

  john bunyan 09:35 16 May 2017

Fully costed, as McDonell claims.

  oresome 13:05 16 May 2017

'Hard working families' is another good? example.

If they are trying to be as inclusive as possible, they need to spare a thought for the rest of us who like to take it easy.

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