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Life President⭐
Oct 12, 2014
To save hi-jacking the Brexit thread I thought people might like to explain who they first voted for and why. Lets keep it to your personal reasons so no need to repeat to many grand and well covered anti Thatcher rants etc.

I had left school in 1981 so my first vote was for Labour in 1983. If any of you left school around that era you will remember how hard it was to get an apprenticeship, or even a basic job. Something that had never been a problem since the 30's, which came as a shock to a lot of my generation. Still annoys me when I hear endless sympathy for the Miners or the Car industry etc. What about us working class Essex Boys....We also paid the price for those endless strikes and industrial action by political motivated Northern Monkeys.

I knew Michael Foot wouldn't win, mainly because after the Falklands victory Maggie went from guaranteed to lose to a guaranteed victory. Something that other world leaders have since learnt from and used fake wars to their advantage.