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21 May 2019 15:32 #2801 by Alan
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So an obese, facially crippled , snowfLake masquerading as a pathetic hipster decides to chuck one percent of his average daily calorie intake at Nigeria Farage.

Cheers fatknacks another few thousand votes heading the Brexit party's way .
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21 May 2019 15:47 #2802 by Markovitch
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Dancingbear wrote:

Markovitch wrote: Frank asked who had more influence. Slaughtering your wife and children constitutes influence, unfortunately.

So why are you voting for Farage? Rupert Murdoch employee who doesn't go to work, doesn't sound like your type.

If he does well next week Farage'll be the next leader of the Tory Party. Then he can bring in his pay NHS.


Personally I’m voting as a protest vote as I feel my party has let me down badly in not respecting the outcome of the referendum.


I didn't know anyone knew what Labour stand for. If they had gone one way or the other I think they would have done much better. As it is they just come across as, as useless as the Tories.

The EU is undoubtedly terribly in need of reform and it is a crap place to work. Farage used to be in the reform committees about 7 or 10 years ago. If he'd stayed there, actually done something and reformed from within I would have supported him because they have some good ideas. He has just sold out though. I could never vote for someone who doesn't go to work, just encourages the worst people to put themselves forward. And working for Rupert Murdoch, yuk.

They reckon he'll get a third of the vote. Let's see what action that translates into. I can't imagine he'll stay in Brussels long.

www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/rem...on-polling-1-6062180

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21 May 2019 15:57 #2803 by Bluedevil
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Markovitch wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

Markovitch wrote: Frank asked who had more influence. Slaughtering your wife and children constitutes influence, unfortunately.

So why are you voting for Farage? Rupert Murdoch employee who doesn't go to work, doesn't sound like your type.

If he does well next week Farage'll be the next leader of the Tory Party. Then he can bring in his pay NHS.


Personally I’m voting as a protest vote as I feel my party has let me down badly in not respecting the outcome of the referendum.


I didn't know anyone knew what Labour stand for. If they had gone one way or the other I think they would have done much better. As it is they just come across as, as useless as the Tories.

The EU is undoubtedly terribly in need of reform and it is a crap place to work. Farage used to be in the reform committees about 7 or 10 years ago. If he'd stayed there, actually done something and reformed from within I would have supported him because they have some good ideas. He has just sold out though. I could never vote for someone who doesn't go to work, just encourages the worst people to put themselves forward. And working for Rupert Murdoch, yuk.

They reckon he'll get a third of the vote. Let's see what action that translates into. I can't imagine he'll stay in Brussels long.

www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/rem...on-polling-1-6062180



He has just sold out though. I could never vote for someone who doesn't go to work, just encourages the worst people to put themselves forward. And working for Rupert Murdoch, yuk.

Surely that's not Farage your talking about!!!
Throws the grenade in during the referendum, then buggers off, leaving everybody else to try and sort out the mess, only to re-emerge when he thinks other people are messing up, slippery than a box of snakes that bugger.

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21 May 2019 16:51 #2804 by CCU
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21 May 2019 16:57 #2805 by munchymagic
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Betrayal.

Lets keep voting till we stay in the EU then shall we?

We have already voted out?!?

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21 May 2019 17:29 #2806 by Markovitch
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21 May 2019 17:35 #2807 by franksidebottom
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Bluedevil wrote:

Markovitch wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

Markovitch wrote: Frank asked who had more influence. Slaughtering your wife and children constitutes influence, unfortunately.

So why are you voting for Farage? Rupert Murdoch employee who doesn't go to work, doesn't sound like your type.

If he does well next week Farage'll be the next leader of the Tory Party. Then he can bring in his pay NHS.


Personally I’m voting as a protest vote as I feel my party has let me down badly in not respecting the outcome of the referendum.


I didn't know anyone knew what Labour stand for. If they had gone one way or the other I think they would have done much better. As it is they just come across as, as useless as the Tories.

The EU is undoubtedly terribly in need of reform and it is a crap place to work. Farage used to be in the reform committees about 7 or 10 years ago. If he'd stayed there, actually done something and reformed from within I would have supported him because they have some good ideas. He has just sold out though. I could never vote for someone who doesn't go to work, just encourages the worst people to put themselves forward. And working for Rupert Murdoch, yuk.

They reckon he'll get a third of the vote. Let's see what action that translates into. I can't imagine he'll stay in Brussels long.

www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/rem...on-polling-1-6062180



He has just sold out though. I could never vote for someone who doesn't go to work, just encourages the worst people to put themselves forward. And working for Rupert Murdoch, yuk.

Surely that's not Farage your talking about!!!
Throws the grenade in during the referendum, then buggers off, leaving everybody else to try and sort out the mess, only to re-emerge when he thinks other people are messing up, slippery than a box of snakes that bugger.


Bit of a flaw in your argument Bluedevil. Farage didn’t have any say in proceedings, so he had no other option but to “leave everybody else to try and sort out the mess”. Were you expecting him to part of the negotiating team on either side of the fence?

He helped bring the referendum about and played a pivotal role in the ‘out’ vote but that’s as much as he could have done. Once again - he’s not an MP! and Brussels were hardly likely to havehim as part of their negotiating team!!

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21 May 2019 17:39 #2808 by franksidebottom
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Alan wrote: So an obese, facially crippled , snowfLake masquerading as a pathetic hipster decides to chuck one percent of his average daily calorie intake at Nigeria Farage.

Cheers fatknacks another few thousand votes heading the Brexit party's way .
:-D


Just another case of the intolerance of the left rearing it’s ugly head Alan.

“Yeah, I know of Barry. Bit of a fantasist” - John Courtenay 2003
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21 May 2019 18:14 #2809 by Markovitch
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franksidebottom wrote:

Bluedevil wrote:

Markovitch wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

Markovitch wrote: Frank asked who had more influence. Slaughtering your wife and children constitutes influence, unfortunately.

So why are you voting for Farage? Rupert Murdoch employee who doesn't go to work, doesn't sound like your type.

If he does well next week Farage'll be the next leader of the Tory Party. Then he can bring in his pay NHS.


Personally I’m voting as a protest vote as I feel my party has let me down badly in not respecting the outcome of the referendum.


I didn't know anyone knew what Labour stand for. If they had gone one way or the other I think they would have done much better. As it is they just come across as, as useless as the Tories.

The EU is undoubtedly terribly in need of reform and it is a crap place to work. Farage used to be in the reform committees about 7 or 10 years ago. If he'd stayed there, actually done something and reformed from within I would have supported him because they have some good ideas. He has just sold out though. I could never vote for someone who doesn't go to work, just encourages the worst people to put themselves forward. And working for Rupert Murdoch, yuk.

They reckon he'll get a third of the vote. Let's see what action that translates into. I can't imagine he'll stay in Brussels long.

www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/rem...on-polling-1-6062180



He has just sold out though. I could never vote for someone who doesn't go to work, just encourages the worst people to put themselves forward. And working for Rupert Murdoch, yuk.

Surely that's not Farage your talking about!!!
Throws the grenade in during the referendum, then buggers off, leaving everybody else to try and sort out the mess, only to re-emerge when he thinks other people are messing up, slippery than a box of snakes that bugger.


Bit of a flaw in your argument Bluedevil. Farage didn’t have any say in proceedings, so he had no other option but to “leave everybody else to try and sort out the mess”. Were you expecting him to part of the negotiating team on either side of the fence?

He helped bring the referendum about and played a pivotal role in the ‘out’ vote but that’s as much as he could have done. Once again - he’s not an MP! and Brussels were hardly likely to havehim as part of their negotiating team!!


So the most influential politician of our generation had no influence?

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21 May 2019 20:54 #2810 by franksidebottom
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Not in brexit negotiations no, why would he?

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21 May 2019 23:11 #2811 by Markovitch
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Look at Maodun, the legend of the Chinese salesman Frank

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21 May 2019 23:35 #2812 by cousinscotty
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nomadblue2 wrote: And who would we vote for. Farage is the most honest politician ive seen in my 58 years of paying taxes.


Wow! It's worse than I thought! Just how dishonest are the rest of them?
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22 May 2019 06:49 #2813 by Alan
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franksidebottom wrote:

Alan wrote: So an obese, facially crippled , snowfLake masquerading as a pathetic hipster decides to chuck one percent of his average daily calorie intake at Nigeria Farage.

Cheers fatknacks another few thousand votes heading the Brexit party's way .
:-D


Just another case of the intolerance of the left rearing it’s ugly head Alan.



:-D i won't edit the "nigeria " bit may get a few Cumbrian based Africanos on board .

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22 May 2019 07:41 #2814 by Markovitch
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Markovitch wrote: Look at Maodun, the legend of the Chinese salesman Frank


Maodun is a word in Chinese politics Frank that means holding opposite conflicting views that can't possibly both be true. It comes from a Chinese weapons salesman back in the day that tried to sell spears that would pierce any shield and shields that would resistant any attack. More modern examples might be

- The BBC shows 2 Russians 1 mile away from a place where an attack might have taken place. Anyone who thinks that isn't proof is naive because its in all the papers. Farage is caught fiddling his expenses by 3 levels fo EU investigation. The papers sensationalise!


- John Nixon goes to work for no salary. He gets a handful of trips to Lytham and is in the background on the TV a couple of times a year. Mans a leech, I wouldn't trust him, just uses our football club for self aggrandisement. Farage draws millions for himself and his party, fulfils his official duties less than 2.5% of the time, gets caught fiddling his expenses. Mans a saint

-Nigel Farage is the most influential politician of our generation bringing us Brexit. Brexit is a shitstorm. Oh he couldn't influence that.

Maodun (or zixiang maodum) in action.

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22 May 2019 08:07 #2815 by BlueAl
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So now it emerges the electoral commission coordinated it's Brexit party funding investigation with Gordon Brown. Thought it strange they were on it the next day. Given they could find no wrongdoing, will they get a full apology from Gordon Brown and why aren't the press all over him? The establishment trying it's best to destroy the Brexit Party.

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22 May 2019 08:29 #2816 by Markovitch
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The Commission has issued a statement saying they didn't collude with anyone, something that smacks of being as honest as a Farage expense claim. With Labour and the Tories polling behind the greens it was bound to happen.

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22 May 2019 10:08 #2817 by thesilentone
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I wonder when (and If) they will be knocking on the Change UK Party door ?

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22 May 2019 10:46 #2818 by sirjimmyglass
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www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-wales-politics-...amid-rise-in-threats

This is what Brexit has done to our country. Nice one.

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22 May 2019 18:40 #2819 by seesaw50
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Tomorrows the big day comrades....big shake up on the cards no doubt about it

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22 May 2019 19:40 - 22 May 2019 19:42 #2820 by CCU
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Leadsom has quit the Cabinet. First of a few over the next hours?


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22 May 2019 19:49 #2821 by Markovitch
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22 May 2019 20:26 #2822 by thesilentone
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She won't be missed, and if she throws her hat in the ring, she has a slim to no chance.

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23 May 2019 07:00 #2823 by Alan
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Off to vote now on way to work for big Nagger whilst the remoaners are still busy feeding their 30 cats ,Cutting their own hair or waiting for the Gaurdian to drop through door .

Come on The Brexit Party !
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23 May 2019 07:58 #2824 by BlueAl
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First chance for the leave voters, who have been shat on to bite back. At first they ignored him, then they laughed at him, now they are fighting him. Help Nigel Farage win, vote Brexit Party.
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23 May 2019 11:11 #2825 by orfc
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The turnout will be interesting. If it's less than 50% it's obvious most people aren't arsed about whether we're in the eu or not, so just revoke and save the hassle.

Nigel Far-right-rage might win a third of the vote but if that's only from a third of the electorate that's only 1 in 9 wanting a no-deal. Brexit over.

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23 May 2019 11:42 #2826 by Markovitch
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I totally understand the emotions of Alan and Al. Brexit, Trump, Yellow Jackets, its born out of the frustration of ordinary people seeing taxes being given to sponsors of political parties while the needs of the taxpayers and citizens are ignored. I just wonder how voting for a man who is paid £500k a year by Rupert Murdoch is supposed to change that?

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23 May 2019 11:48 #2827 by CCU
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23 May 2019 11:51 #2828 by CCU
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orfc wrote: The turnout will be interesting. If it's less than 50% it's obvious most people aren't arsed about whether we're in the eu or not, so just revoke and save the hassle.

Nigel Far-right-rage might win a third of the vote but if that's only from a third of the electorate that's only 1 in 9 wanting a no-deal. Brexit over.


Your basic maths merely reminds me that only 34.7% of the Electorate voted to Remain in 2016!

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23 May 2019 13:08 #2829 by Alan
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orfc wrote: The turnout will be interesting. If it's less than 50% it's obvious most people aren't arsed about whether we're in the eu or not, so just revoke and save the hassle.

Nigel Far-right-rage might win a third of the vote but if that's only from a third of the electorate that's only 1 in 9 wanting a no-deal. Brexit over.


Your basic maths merely reminds me that only 34.7% of the Electorate voted to Remain in 2016!

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And the prize for getting his defeat post in early goes to :-D
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23 May 2019 13:23 #2830 by Markovitch
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What have you won?

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23 May 2019 15:31 #2831 by Alan
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Markovitch wrote: What have you won?


Pennigtons Easter Bunny Edition Coffee.
Selection of Hawkshead Chocolates and a Cafetiere.

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The Coffee is superb BTWwhith a small hint of chocolate.

Wonderful.
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23 May 2019 17:55 #2832 by thesilentone
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If our local polling station is anything to go by, the turnout is shxxe...

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23 May 2019 18:08 #2833 by carwash
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I was surprised too how quiet the polling station was. The Brexit Party and UKIP were the only parties to even send out election leaflets. I think the other parties are hoping the turnout will be around 35% like normal or lower so they can claim the result should be dismissed.
I also didn't realise the name of the party was The Brexit Party rather than the Brexit Party so it is listed at T rather than B in the alphabetical order on the voting form. That'll fool the voters!!

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23 May 2019 20:41 #2834 by Flatcap
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I won't be voting.

Disagree with having a second referendum and what is this if we are leaving anyway,

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23 May 2019 21:41 - 24 May 2019 07:36 #2835 by Markovitch
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Alan wrote:

Markovitch wrote: What have you won?


Pennigtons Easter Bunny Edition Coffee.
Selection of Hawkshead Chocolates and a Cafetiere.

Lake District Photo Comp.

The Coffee is superb BTWwhith a small hint of chocolate.

Wonderful.


Sounds like code for a milkshake Alge.

Edited to add that Change UK accidentally bought a stack of ads saying they were campaigning to stay in the UK. Brilliant

inews.co.uk/news/brexit/change-uk-facebo...k-eu-spending-error/
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24 May 2019 10:08 #2836 by thesilentone
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So, she's gone at last .

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24 May 2019 10:08 #2837 by orfc
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Flatcap wrote: I won't be voting.

Disagree with having a second referendum and what is this if we are leaving anyway,


Agree, the one to stay in 1975 was enough, the one in 2016 should be ignored.

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24 May 2019 10:52 #2838 by nobbyblue
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The Tories aren't my cup of tea but she's got guts I'll give her that.

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24 May 2019 11:11 #2840 by Mullen103
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A week on Saturday yet.

At least we’re not Stockport

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24 May 2019 11:11 #2841 by ROOSTER
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Best news since the referendum, good riddance, she's wrecked our country.....
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24 May 2019 11:32 #2842 by CCU
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Mullen103 wrote: A week on Saturday yet.


Two week...

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24 May 2019 11:35 #2843 by Mullen103
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CCU wrote:

Mullen103 wrote: A week on Saturday yet.


Two week...


May ends next week, 1st June week on Saturday.

Apologies, it was a dreadful joke ;)

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24 May 2019 11:43 #2844 by CCU
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Mullen103 wrote:

CCU wrote:

Mullen103 wrote: A week on Saturday yet.


Two week...


May ends next week, 1st June week on Saturday.

Apologies, it was a dreadful joke ;)


Aye come on, there’s a proper version!

“Theresa should have waited a week before she resigned then it truly would be the end of May”

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24 May 2019 12:39 #2845 by CCU
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New PM by end of July:



Though Corbyn wants a GE:


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24 May 2019 12:46 #2846 by Yorkie Blue
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CCU wrote: New PM by end of July:



Though Corbyn wants a GE:



First time I`d agree with Jeremy Cor blimey.

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24 May 2019 13:11 #2847 by Dancingbear
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Well after the tories went mental when Brown took over from Blair without a GE surely they’ll have one?

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24 May 2019 13:17 - 24 May 2019 13:18 #2848 by CCU
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It’s set Sturgeon off again too...


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24 May 2019 13:19 #2849 by nobbyblue
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"New prime minister to be in post by end of July, says Conservative party"

Take your time it's not as if it's urgent or out!

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24 May 2019 13:57 #2850 by Laffy
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In her latest rant on Twitter, she has called for no less than 3 elections in the next 2 years!General election, another ‘people’s vote’ and of course her Indyref2 vote.

I can’t wait to see her squaring up to Boris-better still, put Corbyn in the room with them and lock the door

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