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Voting intentions this Thursday
Cons 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Lab 5%  5%  [ 3 ]
Lib Dems 35%  35%  [ 23 ]
The Brexit Party 42%  42%  [ 27 ]
Change 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
UKIP 3%  3%  [ 2 ]
SNP 2%  2%  [ 1 ]
DUP 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
The Gavin Henson Free Wales Popular Front 14%  14%  [ 9 ]
Total votes : 65
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Nige. Annunziata Rees-Mogg, Catherine Blaiklock, ‎Paul Nuttall. ‎Steven Woolfe, ‎David Coburn.etc.

Will it have legs? It could make the European elections interesting.

Well?


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Racists and bigots....
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Well thats the conservative party covered, now how about this new Brexit party?


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Druid wrote:
Well thats the conservative party covered, now how about this new Brexit party?


If they are rabid antisemites, that will cover Labour as well.


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Mick Mannock wrote:
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Well thats the conservative party covered, now how about this new Brexit party?


If they are rabid antisemites, that will cover Labour as well.


Yes. Agreed.


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Nothing says "sticking it to the elites" like having Jacob Rees-Mogg's sister as a candidate :lol:


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Racists and bigots....
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I thought that was UKIP's corner of the market.


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So basically UKIP-Lite


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"we believe we can attract bigots and the poorly informed from across the political spectrum."


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What's meant to be the difference between UKIP and the Brexit party, exactly?


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What's meant to be the difference between UKIP and the Brexit party, exactly?

Nigel v Tommy Robinson?


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Joost wrote:
What's meant to be the difference between UKIP and the Brexit party, exactly?

Tommy Robinson and his ilk are not welcome, according to Nige.


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Sefton wrote:
Joost wrote:
What's meant to be the difference between UKIP and the Brexit party, exactly?

Tommy Robinson and his ilk are not welcome, according to Nige.



no one likes a younger face creeping into your territory


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Nigel says UKIP has gone hard right racist like, whereas he is principled.

UKIP says Brexit Party is just a vehicle for Nige and is acting as a Tory stalking horse

Plague on em


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So would any of our posters vote for either of these parties if a European election takes place in this country?


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Does this one have those grand wizards types?


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Sefton wrote:
So would any of our posters vote for either of these parties if a European election takes place in this country?

I know I won't :lol:

I just need to find out who i'm best off voting for in my area - Green, Lib Dem or Change ( :lol: )


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c69 wrote:
Joost wrote:
What's meant to be the difference between UKIP and the Brexit party, exactly?

Nigel v Tommy Robinson?

Sefton wrote:
Tommy Robinson and his ilk are not welcome, according to Nige.


Who? Surely you mean Yaxley-Lennon?


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Sefton wrote:
So would any of our posters vote for either of these parties if a European election takes place in this country?


Yes.



















is my guess


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Well based on the proportional nature of European Parliament elections and the high performance of UKIP over the years in them, they're almost guaranteed to win seats. Just a question of how much.


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So what do they call themselves when Brexit finally happens or is this short termism at its finest?


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Plastic Sarrie wrote:
Sefton wrote:
So would any of our posters vote for either of these parties if a European election takes place in this country?

I know I won't :lol:

I just need to find out who i'm best off voting for in my area - Green, Lib Dem or Change ( :lol: )


It’s actually going to be a difficult challenge to work out who to vote for if there is an election - candidate who signals my wish to remain/have a 2nd ref (who almost certainly won’t win) vs candidate most likely get elected ahead of some frothing Brexiteer lunatic and stop us turning into even more of an international laughing stock


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Joost wrote:
What's meant to be the difference between UKIP and the Brexit party, exactly?




May I refer you to my honourable friend P in VG. Member for Gogledd Cymru.


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So what do they call themselves when Brexit finally happens or is this short termism at its finest?


The Next Idea To Line Farage's Pockets Party


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Joost wrote:
Plastic Sarrie wrote:
Sefton wrote:
So would any of our posters vote for either of these parties if a European election takes place in this country?

I know I won't :lol:

I just need to find out who i'm best off voting for in my area - Green, Lib Dem or Change ( :lol: )


It’s actually going to be a difficult challenge to work out who to vote for if there is an election - candidate who signals my wish to remain/have a 2nd ref (who almost certainly won’t win) vs candidate most likely get elected ahead of some frothing Brexiteer lunatic and stop us turning into even more of an international laughing stock


:thumbup: That's about my position.


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Joost wrote:
Plastic Sarrie wrote:
Sefton wrote:
So would any of our posters vote for either of these parties if a European election takes place in this country?

I know I won't :lol:

I just need to find out who i'm best off voting for in my area - Green, Lib Dem or Change ( :lol: )


It’s actually going to be a difficult challenge to work out who to vote for if there is an election - candidate who signals my wish to remain/have a 2nd ref (who almost certainly won’t win) vs candidate most likely get elected ahead of some frothing Brexiteer lunatic and stop us turning into even more of an international laughing stock

:thumbup:

Although because it's proportional there's a reasonable chance of getting sensible candidates over the line.

There's also a bunch of decent Labour MEPs - Seb Dance probably being the best - who should be returned.


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I expect Farages party to get massive support from those who feel that their vote in the referendum has been ignored by parliament.


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If you were going to launch a political party and call it the Brexit Party, you'd probably plan ahead and register the .com website

https://thebrexitparty.com/


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Mick Mannock wrote:
I expect Farages party to get massive support from those who feel that their vote in the referendum has been ignored by parliament.

Of course you do but then again you're basically an idiot.


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Plastic Sarrie wrote:
Joost wrote:
Plastic Sarrie wrote:
Sefton wrote:
So would any of our posters vote for either of these parties if a European election takes place in this country?

I know I won't :lol:

I just need to find out who i'm best off voting for in my area - Green, Lib Dem or Change ( :lol: )


It’s actually going to be a difficult challenge to work out who to vote for if there is an election - candidate who signals my wish to remain/have a 2nd ref (who almost certainly won’t win) vs candidate most likely get elected ahead of some frothing Brexiteer lunatic and stop us turning into even more of an international laughing stock

:thumbup:

Although because it's proportional there's a reasonable chance of getting sensible candidates over the line.

There's also a bunch of decent Labour MEPs - Seb Dance probably being the best - who should be returned.


Indeed, you just ensure that the various shades of fascist/trot party don't get anywhere near your ballot. Though it's always good to throw a vote at the "Legalise Cannibis Party", on the off chance.


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feckwanker wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
I expect Farages party to get massive support from those who feel that their vote in the referendum has been ignored by parliament.

Of course you do but then again you're basically an idiot.


I am sure you would like the world to be as you demand it must be, but it isn't, and the sooner you accept this the better.
I guess you think that Farages party will not get massive support from those who feel their referendum votes have been ignored.


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Mick Mannock wrote:
I expect Farages party to get massive support from those who feel that their vote in the referendum has been ignored by parliament.


Will you be voting for them Mick


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Azlan Roar wrote:
If you were going to launch a political party and call it the Brexit Party, you'd probably plan ahead and register the .com website

https://thebrexitparty.com/

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

:lol:


:lol: :lol: :lol:


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A bit more party marketing and they'll do well. Especially anywhere north of London and in Wales.


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Duff Paddy wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
I expect Farages party to get massive support from those who feel that their vote in the referendum has been ignored by parliament.


Will you be voting for them Mick


Possibly. I have not decided yet.


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Mick Mannock wrote:
Druid wrote:
Well thats the conservative party covered, now how about this new Brexit party?


If they are rabid antisemites, that will cover Labour as well.

And the Hezbollah wing.


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feckwanker wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
I expect Farages party to get massive support from those who feel that their vote in the referendum has been ignored by parliament.

Of course you do but then again you're basically an idiot.

Look in the mirror.


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I have finished work until Monday. The sun is over the yardarm and I am about to start a Lazy boozy afternoon and evening with a few good freinds, a total ban on any political conversation has been agreed by all.
"Heres to swimmin with bow legged wimmin"

Good luck we are depending on you.


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Glaston wrote:
feckwanker wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
I expect Farages party to get massive support from those who feel that their vote in the referendum has been ignored by parliament.

Of course you do but then again you're basically an idiot.

Look in the mirror.

Done. Now what?


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Druid wrote:
Nige. Annunziata Rees-Mogg, Catherine Blaiklock, ‎Paul Nuttall. ‎Steven Woolfe, ‎David Coburn.etc.

Will it have legs? It could make the European elections interesting.

Well?

"6 go mad in Westminster"
Episode 1 - We're doing for japes and Blighty
Episode 2 - Field trip to Brussels - Pater's chum has a Private Jet
Episode 3 - A long walk from Middlesborough - they all just need a jolly good wash up there
Episode 4 - Where's Nige?
Episode 5 - Annunziata runs for MP of Chitchester on Sea (gets google confused with being a pron star)
Episode 6 - End of the Summer, japes over and back to school and tax avoidance


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