Noel Gallagher ‘not voting’ in general election

Former Oasis man shuns political parties for footballli

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Noel Gallagher has admitted he will probably not vote for any political party in tomorrow’s (May 6) general election.

Gallagher has previously been linked with the Labour party, even attending a post-election party thrown by a newly elected Tony Blair in 1997.

Speaking ahead of tomorrow’s election, the former Oasis guitarist/songwriter joked that if he was able to, he’d vote for footballer Carlos Tevez, who plays for his beloved Manchester City.

In an interview with FA TV, Gallagher said: “Me and my missus were going on about [the election], and she’s saying, ‘Who you voting [for]?’ And I said well ‘I’m not voting for anyone. I’m just gonna take me voting card and I’m gonna put in massive letters “Tevez is god!”‘”

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