The general election 2017 is coming up and with two clearly different parties you should go vote, there are the conservatives who thrive off buzzwords and slagging off their opponent with slander campaigns, hot air and meaningless agenda’s that never get fulfilled with the past conservative promises constantly getting broken, a leader who lies and does everything to avoid actually answering any question set to her straight to such a degree that she doesn’t want to take part in debates, and on the other hand you have labour with a strong manifesto which is good for the country and young people the same and which will boost the economy by not only providing a better brexit for the entire nation rather than just the rich few but also an entire campaign which will improve the lives and wellbeing of the majority of the country as a whole, not only through increased wages to a £10 living wage, but also in a variety of other ways which I won’t list here as you can read manifesto’s for yourself to make up your own mind

I will however point out that the only opposition is labour and if you aren’t going to predominantly vote for labour you could be handing the conservatives a victory as nobody else stands a chance of running the country, however there are instances where it would be smarter to deny conservatives a seat in constituencies where labour does not stand a chance.

If you check http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/politics/constituencies your local constituency in the latest local election you will have a realistic impression of what voters in your area are likely to vote in the coming election, from this you can judge if labour are second or close to the same number of votes in your constituency then vote primarily for them so that the conservatives can be removed from power, if labour however have next to no votes and another party stands the best chance of defeating the conservatives in a seat then you should vote for whoever has the most votes and the best chance of denying the conservatives a seat in that area and thus take away the council from them and defeat their majority.

Only labour can stand a chance of holding parliament so increasing their seats at the same time as decreasing conservatives would be the primary priority, otherwise you could end up with a coalition of chaos with the conservatives and lib dems once again blaming each other for their lack of progress with entirely unmatching agenda’s, however if you vote smart so that labour can hold a majority and win parliament with a manifesto which is ideal for the majority of the country then we stand a chance of getting a brexit which works for everyone and a country that no longer targets the unfortunate and disabled.

So be sure to do a little research in your area and maximize the chances of a labour success on election day, otherwise you will only have yourself to blame when theresa may fails to live up to her promises once again and austerity continues to reduce services and the wellbeing of the country all in the name of paying off a deficit that they never come close to putting a dent into at the cost of those who aren’t to blame for this situation, driving us to become one of the most at risk of poverty countries in europe.