TBH given our current voting system, only a vote for one of the big two parties is going to produce a decisive result. Vote UKIP get Labour (perhaps) vote Green get the Tories,(the last party someone with Green view would want IMO) vote Lib/Dem, get the Tories. Same in Scotland, it may be very tempting to vote SNP but they are never going to form the government of the UK, it's horses for courses, the SNP claim to be a social democratic, left o centre party, so you've more chance , it these are your views by sticking with Labour.
Here's an article which sums up my feelings towards comment like yours Trojan.
While I'm not likely to vote green I'm certainly tired of being told who not to vote for by people I essentially don't trust.
Each to their own, but this time I'm going to vote for the closest party to my opinions and not the least bad major option. Don't know who that is yet though.
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