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This man is not a legitimate MP

Paul Blomfield, the illegitimate MP for Sheffield Central

Labour won this seat by 165 votes with an apartheid like voting method.

Voters were forced into two lines; residents and students. Residents were allowed to vote with east. Students waited for hours. This happened principally in Liberal Democrats areas of the Constituency.

Students were told ‘you are only temporary residents anyway’.

The National Union of Students have put out this statement.

The National Union of Students (NUS) tonight condemned election officials after students were turned away from Ranmoor polling station in Nick Clegg’s Sheffield Hallam constituency as they attempted to vote. Students have complained that they were denied the right to vote because of a decision to segregate student voters from other members of the electorate, the latter having been fast-tracked.

The problem was widespread but in this case it is quite clear that the discrimination affected the vote.

Paul Blomfield is not a legitimate Member of Parliament.

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  1. Confused
    May 7, 2010 at 2:33 pm

    Why are you talking about voting issues in Sheffield Hallam and trying to relate them to Sheffield Central? I haven’t heard anything to suggest any irregularities in Sheffield Central.

  2. Mr Flibberly MP
  3. punkmonk
    May 9, 2010 at 6:51 pm

    again, these are two different constituencies.. I voted in Sheffield Central and the polling places i walked by didn’t have any queues. please get the facts right.

  1. May 7, 2010 at 1:36 pm

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