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UK General Election Dec 2019

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Sir John Curtice has his finger on the pulse.

Sure is an exciting time in politics...

 

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5 minutes ago, Freggyragh said:

No one is interested. The U.K. can’t vote itself a better deal. 

#nodeal :whistling:

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Swinson has said that the LibDems are "within a small swing of winning hundreds of seats". Delusional much?

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labour, lib dum's and snp at risk of sir nige........

you would of thought the tories would be.......

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20 minutes ago, TheTeapot said:

51 MPs quitting. FIFTY ONE!

It’s a pretty small percentage. Less than 7%.

90 retired in 2015.

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Of the 650 seats available I predict

600 seats for labour
-35 seats for Conservatives
53 seats for the SNP
35 seats for Others

I am Diane Abbott and I claim my £6 pounds

 

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41 minutes ago, Freggyragh said:

No one is interested. . 

Up to your usual standards of judging the public mood, Freggy. 

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Patrick McLoughlin is standing down as well. Quite an unusual MP, not many Tories (or probably other than party) have been both a farm worker and a coal miner.

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1 minute ago, b4mbi said:

Of the 650 seats available I predict

600 seats for labour
-35 seats for Conservatives
53 seats for the SNP
35 seats for Others

I am Diane Abbott and I claim my £6 pounds

 

I wouldn’t be surprised at 200-250 each labour and conservative. 75-100 Lib Dem. 10-25 Brexit. 53 SNP 8 DUP 8 SF 4PC 1 Green. 
 

Labour SNP LD coalition on basis of limited period, renegotiate Norway style deal, followed by referendum on stay or out on deal, followed by IndyRef2. PR for U.K. elections and voting age of 16 as price of deal.

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If public opinion is truly in favour of leaving the EU then the Brexit Party must stand some chance. Although what they'd do after the UK actually left is an interesting question, they are very much a one trick pony.

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@ JW: Another hung Parliament then? Let us hope it isn't quite so spectacularly well hung as the dying one. I very much doubt that any national party would sup with the SNP considering their anti-UK agenda. They'd be signing their own death warrant. PR referendum was done as recently as 2011. Nobody will vote for it. 

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Labour, maybe in coalition, but I hope I'm wrong more than I've ever hoped for anything before. Momentum have done a magnificent job by targeting the young (and so gullible) and by targeting the islamic vote with their promotion of antisemitism, and support for open borders Britain.

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