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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:19 pm 
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nardol wrote:
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What planet is Thornberry on when she says that the country isn't for a No Deal :?

Brexit Party is for a No Deal. Brexit Party is sweeping the floor with the competition. It's that simple.


Only getting one third of the vote .... One third is less than fifty percent

Even less for other options on a party by party basis gives them legitimacy.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:19 pm 
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Sun Tzu wrote:
To summarise:

- Farage wins in UK.
- Le Pen wins in France
- Salvini wins in Italy.
- Orban wins in Hungary.
- Right wing surging in Sweden.


Doesn't take any votes from EPP or ALDE or greens . With the greens doing brilliant all over Europe that will ensure the Pro EU coalition controls the EU parliament for another 5 years.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:20 pm 
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nardol wrote:
Sun Tzu wrote:
What planet is Thornberry on when she says that the country isn't for a No Deal :?

Brexit Party is for a No Deal. Brexit Party is sweeping the floor with the competition. It's that simple.


Only getting one third of the vote .... One third is less than fifty percent


All that matters is the number of seats that each party wins :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:20 pm 
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iarmhiman wrote:
Sun Tzu wrote:
To summarise:

- Farage wins in UK.
- Le Pen wins in France
- Salvini wins in Italy.
- Orban wins in Hungary.
- Right wing surging in Sweden.


Doesn't take any votes from EPP or ALDE or greens . With the greens doing brilliant all over Europe that will ensure the Pro EU coalition controls the EU parliament for another 5 years.



“Control” ....


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:20 pm 
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camroc1 wrote:
FWIW Mary Banotti, an Irish MEP from 1984 - 2004 just reminisced on RTE that when she was first elected and took her seat she had a German MEP on one side of her and an Italian on the other. Both remembered scavanging through bins in the years after WW2 looking for stale bread and scraps to eat.

That is why the EU exists, and will always exist.


Incredible logic


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:20 pm 
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Mick Mannock wrote:
Sun Tzu wrote:
To summarise:

- Farage wins in UK.
- Le Pen wins in France
- Salvini wins in Italy.
- Orban wins in Hungary.
- Right wing surging in Sweden.


France not at all in alignment with Germany, it seems.

Again - Macron is actually more disliked than our tories.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:21 pm 
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bimboman wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Sun Tzu wrote:
To summarise:

- Farage wins in UK.
- Le Pen wins in France
- Salvini wins in Italy.
- Orban wins in Hungary.
- Right wing surging in Sweden.


Doesn't take any votes from EPP or ALDE or greens . With the greens doing brilliant all over Europe that will ensure the Pro EU coalition controls the EU parliament for another 5 years.



“Control” ....


And there it is from Bimbo for another night.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:21 pm 
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camroc1 wrote:
FWIW Mary Banotti, an Irish MEP from 1984 - 2004 just reminisced on RTE that when she was first elected and took her seat she had a German MEP on one side of her and an Italian on the other. Both remembered scavanging through bins in the years after WW2 looking for stale bread and scraps to eat.

That is why the EU exists, and will always exist.



That’s one narrative , one that’s mental.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:21 pm 
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Sun Tzu wrote:
To summarise:

- Farage wins in UK.
- Le Pen wins in France
- Salvini wins in Italy.
- Orban wins in Hungary.
- Right wing surging in Sweden.

Yet overall insignificant gains by right wing nationalists.....


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:21 pm 
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bimboman wrote:
Thornberry moves for the leadership from here.


She is a thundercunot.

Speaking of which, here's Alistair.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:22 pm 
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iarmhiman wrote:
bimboman wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Sun Tzu wrote:
To summarise:

- Farage wins in UK.
- Le Pen wins in France
- Salvini wins in Italy.
- Orban wins in Hungary.
- Right wing surging in Sweden.


Doesn't take any votes from EPP or ALDE or greens . With the greens doing brilliant all over Europe that will ensure the Pro EU coalition controls the EU parliament for another 5 years.



“Control” ....


And there it is from Bimbo for another night.



Brexit will happen, out right racist parties in s9me countries are surging, and you bleat on about 5 years of control.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:23 pm 
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Wendigo7 wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Sun Tzu wrote:
To summarise:

- Farage wins in UK.
- Le Pen wins in France
- Salvini wins in Italy.
- Orban wins in Hungary.
- Right wing surging in Sweden.


France not at all in alignment with Germany, it seems.

Again - Macron is actually more disliked than our tories.

Not showing in election results. Le Pens margin narrower than in 2014


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:23 pm 
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Was Scotland indyref 2? Surely any independence voter went for snp?


That’s what I’m reading for the Brexit Party. Wonder if they’ll get > 50%

BP = no deal.


I’m not seeing a resounding majority for no deal here.

No. But I was suggesting SNP under 50 means no independence. You were presumably suggesting that no under 50 means remain.


It’s a lot more complicated that that in Scotland.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:23 pm 
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RodneyRegis wrote:
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Thornberry moves for the leadership from here.


She is a thundercunot.

Speaking of which, here's Alistair.

She’s taken cheap shots tonight by her shadow secretary too.

She either succeeds or labour “might” pivot towards the BXP.

Something must give for them to win again.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:23 pm 
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Soubry-country...
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Broxtowe (East Midlands) result:

Brex: 35.9% (+35.9)
LDem: 20.9% (+14.5)
Grn: 13.5% (+5.7)
Lab: 12.1% (-14.4)
Con: 8.9% (-15.2)
ChUK: 4.7% (+4.7)
UKIP: 4.0% (-27.0)


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:24 pm 
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Rugby2023 wrote:
Soubry-country...
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Broxtowe (East Midlands) result:

Brex: 35.9% (+35.9)
LDem: 20.9% (+14.5)
Grn: 13.5% (+5.7)
Lab: 12.1% (-14.4)
Con: 8.9% (-15.2)
ChUK: 4.7% (+4.7)
UKIP: 4.0% (-27.0)

How joyful.

I can’t stand her.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:24 pm 
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Wendigo7 wrote:
nardol wrote:
Sun Tzu wrote:
What planet is Thornberry on when she says that the country isn't for a No Deal :?

Brexit Party is for a No Deal. Brexit Party is sweeping the floor with the competition. It's that simple.


Only getting one third of the vote .... One third is less than fifty percent

Even less for other options on a party by party basis gives them legitimacy.

Greens lib Dems snp plaid only parties that are fully remain

Cons and labour a over shop so you can't equate a vote for them to anything really.... ?


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Time for someone to go back to his Welsh lessons.... :uhoh:


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bimboman wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
bimboman wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Sun Tzu wrote:
To summarise:

- Farage wins in UK.
- Le Pen wins in France
- Salvini wins in Italy.
- Orban wins in Hungary.
- Right wing surging in Sweden.


Doesn't take any votes from EPP or ALDE or greens . With the greens doing brilliant all over Europe that will ensure the Pro EU coalition controls the EU parliament for another 5 years.



“Control” ....


And there it is from Bimbo for another night.



Brexit will happen, out right racist parties in s9me countries are surging, and you bleat on about 5 years of control.


Don't give a fudge about Brexit. When you're gone you can't influence shit in the EU parliament.

As for the far right parties. They still don't have the numbers even with their increases.


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So Wales went Brexit Party...?



On 32% of the vote? FPTP really warps you Brits perception of electoral reality.



It’s a party that didn’t exist 6 weeks ago.


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Votes for EPP, ALDE and S&D


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:26 pm 
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As for the far right parties. They still don't have the numbers even with their increases.



Yep, see how the voters feel in 5 years.

It’s worrying.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:26 pm 
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Regarding Wales, the big YouGov estimate said 2 for Brexit, 1 for Labour, 1 for Plaid.

Well predicted


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:26 pm 
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nardol wrote:
Wendigo7 wrote:
nardol wrote:
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What planet is Thornberry on when she says that the country isn't for a No Deal :?

Brexit Party is for a No Deal. Brexit Party is sweeping the floor with the competition. It's that simple.


Only getting one third of the vote .... One third is less than fifty percent

Even less for other options on a party by party basis gives them legitimacy.

Greens lib Dems snp plaid only parties that are fully remain

Cons and labour a over shop so you can't equate a vote for them to anything really.... ?


Tories are a leave party


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:26 pm 
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Pretty clear the Tories need to get Brexit over the line before the next GE otherwise Farage will cripple them


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As for the far right parties. They still don't have the numbers even with their increases.



Yep, see how the voters feel in 5 years.

It’s worrying.


Nope. Unlike you dumb plum they want reform from inside not to leave.


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:27 pm 
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Regarding Wales, the big YouGov estimate said 2 for Brexit, 1 for Labour, 1 for Plaid.

Well predicted

Yep.

Alastair Campbell about to be sacked.


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bimboman wrote:
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So Wales went Brexit Party...?



On 32% of the vote? FPTP really warps you Brits perception of electoral reality.



It’s a party that didn’t exist 6 weeks ago.


It's UKIP

It's been around 20 years with farage


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As for the far right parties. They still don't have the numbers even with their increases.



Yep, see how the voters feel in 5 years.

It’s worrying.


Nope. Unlike you dumb plum they want reform from inside not to leave.



I was more worried they’d stay , build an army and be facist again....


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SamShark wrote:
Regarding Wales, the big YouGov estimate said 2 for Brexit, 1 for Labour, 1 for Plaid.

Well predicted


Polls on West Mids said 3 for Brexit, 1 eash for Cons, Lib Dems, Labour, Greens

Well predicted


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:29 pm 
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One important thing arising from these results. The prospect of a No Deal Brexit has increased, because there are a significant number of Labour MPs who would will find it politically impossible to vote for revocation given the support were seeing for Farage.


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Conservatives being beaten by the Greens.

Brexit Party very strong in the West Midlands.


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Plato'sCave wrote:

It’s a lot more complicated that that in Scotland.

Not really.


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bimboman wrote:
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As for the far right parties. They still don't have the numbers even with their increases.



Yep, see how the voters feel in 5 years.

It’s worrying.


Nope. Unlike you dumb plum they want reform from inside not to leave.



I was more worried they’d stay , build an army and be facist again....


You're starting to sound like Mick now.


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West Midlands doing the country proud. Brexit Party sweeping the floor with the competition again.


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Peterborough (East of England) result:

Brex: 38.3% (+38.3)
Lab: 17.2% (-7.9)
LDem: 15.4% (+10.9)
Con: 10.9% (-14.7)
Grn: 10.8% (+5.1)
UKIP: 3.6% (-29.9)

Also interestingly, it looks like the libdems may have come first in maidenhead.

Something tells me May will continue as an mp. Maybe not for long :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 11:31 pm 
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nardol wrote:
bimboman wrote:
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So Wales went Brexit Party...?



On 32% of the vote? FPTP really warps you Brits perception of electoral reality.



It’s a party that didn’t exist 6 weeks ago.


It's UKIP

It's been around 20 years with farage

Exactly.
LDs and Greens have seen the biggest swings since 2014


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Just chatting to the (labour obvs) mayor of hackney and a couple of other council level labour party people. They believe that if there was a GE tomorrow, both Corbyn and Abbott will be seriously in jeopardy.

Happy days

LET THIS BE TRUE

Philip's hatred of Dianne is somehow even greater than mine, but I fúcking hope so.


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West Midlands doing the country proud. Brexit Party sweeping the floor with the competition again.


Says the guy who left the UK ?


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iarmhiman wrote:
bimboman wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
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As for the far right parties. They still don't have the numbers even with their increases.



Yep, see how the voters feel in 5 years.

It’s worrying.


Nope. Unlike you dumb plum they want reform from inside not to leave.



I was more worried they’d stay , build an army and be facist again....


You're starting to sound like Mick now.



Well you’re more concerned about the project than the rise of the right.


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