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two or three bottles coming your way from the tip of Cornwall, aka South Wales, Psybbo - how could they have a 1 MP party and a leader who isn't even a MP there without having a NI representative...? are now being tiresome.

In June 1966, I was 16 years old and thus unable to vote.

In June 1969 I was 16 years old, and thus unable to vote, not that there was a General Election in that year of course.

In the next Election, in June 1970, I was 17, and thus still unable to vote.

In the February 1974 Election, I was technically able to vote but unable to do so as I was abroad at the time.

My next opportunity to vote was the October Election, and it was then that I voted for the first time. I voted for that nice Mr Wilson and have voted Labour ever since.

I hope this is now clear, but please note that I will not be clarifying this situation again.
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As you have never bothered to vote haroold, than we can expect no further comment, one way or the other until 2018 then ?
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Just remember the Josef Stalin quote....."It’s not the people who vote that count, it’s the people who count the votes."
Mikey, //In June 1966, I was 16 years old//
//In June 1969 I was 16 years old//

If you’ve discovered the elixir of youth, do share. ;o)
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Mikey, Meant to add //I am Old Labour I'm afraid//

You have no one to vote for then. stated earlier that you have never voted. I don't know how old you are but it would seem to that you have been "undecided" for quite some time. There is a wealth of information out there to assist you to make up your mind.

Don't forget.... there are a lot of people in the world who don't have the luxury of taking part in the democratic process, so I think that voting once in a while isn't such an onerous task.
Typo Naomi....I meant 13 in 1966. Its been a very long day and I am way past beaks under blankets time. Willy went to bed long ago.
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mikey, apart from the typo bit, I have no idea what you're talking about.
Your loss then Naomi !
No loss. As I said I have no idea what you're talking about.

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