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Which Party Should You Actually Vote For?

Elections to the European Parliament are coming up. But which UK political party should you vote for?

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    Yes, if we can make it more democratic.
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    Yes, and we should integrate more with the EU.
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    Perhaps, after holding a referendum.
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    No, we should leave the EU at the earliest opportunity.
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    Yes, but we should hold a referendum first.
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    Nationalise energy companies and run them for public benefit.
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    Stop expensive investment in green energy.
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    Make the market more competitive by breaking up monopolies.
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    Force companies to freeze energy prices by law.
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    Cut green taxes and order companies to pass on the savings.
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    Reintroduce the 50% tax rate for people earning over £150,000.
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    Replace council tax with a tax on the value of land.
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    Reduce the tax on running a business.
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    Stop workers on minimum wage paying income tax.
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    Increase the amount middle-earners can earn at the 20% income tax rate.
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    The cuts make the most vulnerable pay for the economic crisis.
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    The cuts haven't gone far enough.
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    The cuts are acceptable but must be done in a fair way.
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    The cuts are the only way to deal with the debt crisis.
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    Some cuts are necessary but they are being made too fast.
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    Better border checks so we can tell who is living here.
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    Reintroduce border controls across Europe.
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    Tougher punishments for firms who employ illegal immigrants.
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    Reduce the need for migration by redistributing global wealth.
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    Cut immigration to fewer than 100,000 people a year.
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    Ban immigrants from receiving free healthcare on the NHS.
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    Increase public spending to make sure everyone can see a GP within 48 hours.
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    Boost NHS competition by involving private companies to improve the service for everyone.
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    Return privatised NHS services to public control.
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    Yes, radical cuts to the size of the state are required.
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    No, the current levels are about right.
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    No, we need to increase the number of public sector workers.
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    Start fracking for shale gas.
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    Build new nuclear power stations.
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    Increase subsidies to windfarms.
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    Switch entirely to renewable energy as soon as possible
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    Yes, if it boosts British businesses.
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    No, the current arrangement is fine.
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    No, it should be harder to fire people.
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    Cut business regulation.
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    Cut taxes for the low paid.
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    Nationalise key industries.
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    Legislate for higher wages.
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    Governments should stop interfering in the economy.
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    Yes, all businesses should pay more to minimum wage staff.
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    No, increasing the minimum wage could stop businesses taking on staff.
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    Reduce tuition fees to £6,000 a year.
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    Cap tuition fees at £9,000 a year for the foreseeable future.
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    Lift the cap on tuition fees to provide universities with the funds to invest in facilities.
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    Scrap tuition fees, funded by reducing the number of university places.
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    Abolish tuition fees and give students grants to cover living costs.
 
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