Anyway, here are the questions:
"Is a time of financial crisis when many people are losing their jobs not the best time to push through radical reform of welfare to gain public trust in the system and get control of cost."
"Aren't tax credits for married couples simply forms of social engineering by social conservatives, trying to impose their own values on the rest of us?
As there are lots of new Conservative MPs likely to be elected at the next election, will we see a socially conservative tone of government, or a socially liberal one where the state won't purposefully try to interfere in how we lead our lives?"
"What are your party's plans for dealing with the public sector pensions time bomb?"
"What are the top five things the Shadow Cabinet will do to address the current crisis in politics?"
"...I think I will stick with my instincts and vote UKIP for the european elections.
And, whisper who dares, what exactly is to bad about BNP? They would be a cat amongst the pigeons in the Eu parliament and that is only to the good as far as I am concerned.
Lets face it, the EU elections are an irrelevance because whatever we vote is not going to make one iota of difference to this un-democratic bunch of shysters. So why NOT BNP?"