Think hard about result you favour

Dear Sir, — I think that a good many people, at some stage during the period of a general election, need time, without undue influence, to consider their position and the state of the country and who they think will be more fitting to take up a governing role in number ten Downing Street.
It is more difficult when you are not tied to the dictates of a political party, because there are more matters to consider rather than being told exactly what you should take into account, but at least there is a decent period of time in which to consider all the issues.

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