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Very good decision
#1
This general election for June.

In part, it shoves a pipe up Sturgeon.

May will win easily.
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#2
Complacency and Voter fatigue will be the real opposition this time - whatever happens if she wins a majority she will have the mandate Squeeler Farron claims she doesn't have - no doubt if it isn't a large majority Farron Corbyn Sturgeon et all will fall back on "well only 38%/42% etc voted Tory - same old bollocks but Pm will be able to ignore them and get on with running the bloody country. Already heard the unbiased BBC broadcast the view that if she doesn't get over 100 majority it will be a defeat!
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#3
Labour are a basket case now. Only humiliation will get rid of Corbin.
Fact is though Lib Dems have played a good hand. Fact is the country is split in 2 on Brexit. I think Lib Dems could easily make huge gains and Labour's vote be the lowest in history.
Strange times.
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#4
Be interesting to see what the Tory manifesto says about a Brexit plan.
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#5
Record low turn-out could be worth a punt.
Bored of it already.

The only surprise is it took her so long. Tory win, Labour destroyed, Lib-dems get 50+seats mostly from Labour, UKIP nowhere, May gloats about the will of the people.

Later on the electorate wonder what the point of changing the law to a 5-year term was then argue that if they can change that at the drop of a hat they can change anything.
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(04-18-2017, 01:55 PM)Arti Wrote: Record low turn-out could be worth a punt.
Bored of it already.

The only surprise is it took her so long.  Tory win, Labour destroyed, Lib-dems get 50+seats mostly from Labour, UKIP nowhere, May gloats about the will of the people.

Later on the electorate wonder what the point of changing the law to a 5-year term was then argue that if they can change that at the drop of a hat they can change anything.

Some of this although Lib Dems will be upto about 30 and labour whilst losing quite a lot won't lose as many as people think, a lot of their remaining seats are very safe
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#7
(04-18-2017, 01:48 PM)Zoltanger Wrote: Be interesting to see what the Tory manifesto says about a Brexit plan.

Did you not read Mays letter to Juncker? Big Grin
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#8
Proth is quiet ...I presume he's pounding the streets already
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#9
Looking at the retail numbers today it might of been better a few months earlier.
Even so the oncoming economic downturn is another reason to do it now
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(04-21-2017, 10:38 AM)Bratislava Baggie Wrote: Looking at the retail numbers today it might of been better a few months earlier.
Even so the oncoming economic downturn is another reason to do it now

Also the results of the enquiry that is due around June with regards to election expenses.
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