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The internet, and the ingenuity of those creating content on it, regularly comes to the fore when major social issues rear their heads. We’ve seen ‘Twibbons’ displaying solidarity on Twitter, an online movement supporting libel reform (one of my supported causes), and now Vote for Policies aims to cut through the political maneuvering and spin by enabling you too see who you really support.

Policies not personalities

The premise is simple: answer a few questions and they’ll tell you which party’s policies actually match with your viewpoints and beliefs. You may be surprised!

So, is it time to forget the live political debates and find out who should really get your vote come the end of the month – will you “Vote for policies, not personalities”?

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VoteforPolicies.org.uk

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