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View Poll Results: How will you vote in the 2019 UK general election?

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  • Conservative

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  • Labour

    2 33.33%
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  • Green Party

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  • Plaid Cymru

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  • Scottish National Party

    1 16.67%
  • Brexit Party

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  • Monster Raving Loony Party

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    Default Re: 2019 UK General Election

    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    Trump now blatantly trying to influence the British Election with his fellow swamp filler Farrage. What a cunt.
    There is no need for Trump to get involved and he should stay out of it.
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    It would be embarrassing if Boris lost his seat. Maybe he is not that confident.
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    Once young people learn independence and self sufficiency they become more Conservative in their outlook. Only permanent teenagers hold onto a lack of agency indefinitely.

    Tories - Their EU deal is terrible.
    Labour -Has flip flopped.
    Brexit Party - Only one policy.
    Lib Dems - Up their own bums.

    Priority is Brexit with no deal. Brexit Party.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Once young people learn independence and self sufficiency they become more Conservative in their outlook. Only permanent teenagers hold onto a lack of agency indefinitely.

    Tories - Their EU deal is terrible.
    Labour -Has flip flopped.
    Brexit Party - Only one policy.
    Lib Dems - Up their own bums.

    Priority is Brexit with no deal. Brexit Party.
    Brexit party and their policies (should we ever hear them) would be even more extreme than the Tories.
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    Truth is I like Corbyn on everything except borders, EU and language policing. His party is gross and full of chubby grubbies. He could easily compromise for his traditional vote but adandoned them for students, minorities and superstates. The UK has to stop migration if they really care for the NHS. It is really digging graves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Once young people learn independence and self sufficiency they become more Conservative in their outlook. Only permanent teenagers hold onto a lack of agency indefinitely.

    Tories - Their EU deal is terrible.
    Labour -Has flip flopped.
    Brexit Party - Only one policy.
    Lib Dems - Up their own bums.

    Priority is Brexit with no deal. Brexit Party.
    Brexit party and their policies (should we ever hear them) would be even more extreme than the Tories.
    Farage has said he will contest the Labour seats only if he can get an agreement with Boris. He is showing his true colours.
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    Garage and Boris are the best. Not shore why nobody's sees it so.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatboxingfan View Post
    Garage and Boris are the best. Not shore why nobody's sees it so.?

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    Do you folks honestly think that Tories, Labour, LibDems are genuinely working towards achieving Brexit? I mean SOME Tory & Labour voters might(certainly no high ranking politicians), but I highly doubt it. I know the LibDems are buddy buddy with Guy Verhofstadt so that's a NO from them.


    Let's all face the facts, the PEOPLE want what the politicians won't give them and won't even attempt to give them. After throwing up their hands because a deal cannot/will not be reached (thanks to the Germans and the always contrarian to everything British Irish) a second referendum will be pushed.


    I would imagine that once general elections are allowed to happen the results will be pretty fucking wild.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Do you folks honestly think that Tories, Labour, LibDems are genuinely working towards achieving Brexit? I mean SOME Tory & Labour voters might(certainly no high ranking politicians), but I highly doubt it. I know the LibDems are buddy buddy with Guy Verhofstadt so that's a NO from them.


    Let's all face the facts, the PEOPLE want what the politicians won't give them and won't even attempt to give them. After throwing up their hands because a deal cannot/will not be reached (thanks to the Germans and the always contrarian to everything British Irish) a second referendum will be pushed.


    I would imagine that once general elections are allowed to happen the results will be pretty fucking wild.
    Looking at Johnson's deal it is basically the same as what May was offering. It isn't a fair deal at all. The Brexit Party has its single policy, but if people are being duped that Johnson has a deal, then that is on them to not fall for the Tory trick as Johnson obviously does not have a good deal, but you cannot be a party that is basically establishment except for one policy. There is no future in that kind of limitation. So, maybe they will struggle due to the perception that Johnson 'has a deal'. Then Labour has flip flopped and not respected the results of the referendum and has abandoned the British working classes, and Lib Dems are basically a 5th column.

    So, yes, I can see a messy result and just continued confusion. The people are not getting what they want and I can see potentially very dangerous consequences down the road. If you remember Ireland basically had a similar thing and a first referendum was ignored and then they were pummeled until accepting a second one. It is a tested strategy and if there is one rule of Euro Club it is that one must not leave Euro Club.
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    Boris Johnson wanted everybody out by October 31st. What do you mean it was a bad deal?

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    A bad deal in that the terms and conditions meant the EU was still in effect dictating the course Britain could go in. It was in effect akin to US alimony. Not your wife anymore but you are still having to adhere to her conditions. It was a weak deal. There were no children to raise here. It should be fair and decent.
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